Occupation: Full-Time Law School Student

Hometown:  Spartanburg, South Carolina

College: Case Western Reserve University

Tenure as a CG: 2nd year vet


Cavaliers’ Legend: Austin Carr

Style of Dance: Ballet

Quote: “Charm is deceitful, and beauty is fleeting, but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised” –Proverbs 31:30

Cleveland Restaurant: SOHO

Article of Clothing: Romper

Phone App: Waze

Book: Beloved by Toni Morrison

Movie: Daddy’s Little Girls

Movie Character: Tiana in Princess and the Frog

TV Show: Insecure

Holiday: Christmas

Charity: Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals

More Questions!

What is your junk food weakness? Kettle Corn Popcorn

Who is your “celebrity crush”? Michael Ealy

What is your dream date? Trying a new restaurant with unfamiliar food and a long walk on the beach.

What is your dream job? Magistrate or Judge in Juvenile Court.

What is your biggest fear? An injury that could end my ability to dance forever.

Do you have any pets? Yes, Cole is a male Jack Russell Terrier/Beagle mix that I adopted from a pound.

Who is the most inspirational person in your life? My baby brother is extremely important to me because he is the epitome of “monkey see, monkey do.” I strive to be great, so that he can become even greater.

What is your dream vacation destination? Brazil

If you had to pick two famous people to be your parents who would you choose? Beyonce and Barak Obama

List 5 words that describe you: Independent, Determined, Goofy, Dramatic and Sociable


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What is one thing most people would be surprised to know about you? I don’t actually have a country accent, even though I was born and raised in the South.

Do you have any nicknames? Bry-Bry or Brydazzzle (with 3 Z’s)

What is your biggest accomplishment? Graduating from Case Western Reserve University in 3 years instead of 4, and attending law school directly afterwards.

What is a failure you learned from? One failure I’ve learned from was while auditioning for a residential, performing arts high school the summer before 10th grade. I was not accepted into the school, but instead of discouraging me from my talent, this rejecting instead lit a fire inside me to spend the year improving. I returned to audition the summer before 11th grade, I was accepted into the advance level of the dance program and I graduated 2 years later!

What famous person (dead or alive) would you like to have dinner with? why? Oprah Winfrey because her life’s story is remarkable. The abuse she endured as a child did not halt her from becoming the most influential and successful people in America, and she still continues to exceed limitations even today.

What is your guilty pleasure? Chocolate for breakfast

What would be your super power? Magically appearing everywhere I need to be, without having to deal with travel time.

What celebrity would play you in a movie about yourself? Megan Good


I am most proud of: my mother, for not only raising two child on her own, but for creating a life of educational and artistic opportunities for my brother and I to achieve.

I’ve always wanted to: sing in a musical.

What is your dance background and experience? I have been dancing for 20 years now. My mom entered me into my first dance class at the age of 2. I trained in tap, ballet, pointe, jazz and lyrical as a child, and I competed in dance competitions up until the age of 16. My last two years of high school I was strictly, classically trained in ballet, pointe and modern at the performing arts high school I graduated from. In college I declared a Dance minor and was able to focus more on modern dance. I performed with my college’s football/basketball dance team and I performed pro for the first time as a Cleveland Goddess for the Cleveland Gladiators Arena Football League team.

Why did you decide to audition for Cavalier Girls? I decided to audition because my home state of South Carolina does not have their own NBA or NFL team. I’ve always wanted to take my dance training to the professional level, but I knew I would never have that opportunity back home. Moving to Cleveland, a city full of professional sports and team pride, inspired me to audition for the Cavalier Girls.

Most memorable Cavalier Girl moment so far?  My most memorable Cavalier Girl moments are always the fire and video introductions played at the beginning of every single home game—the crowd is on their feet, the players are ready to dominate and the fire is making the arena warm and ready for action!


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