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Tianna Sullivan scored her 585th point as a Husky on Tuesday night, becoming George Brown’s all-time leading scorer.

Third-year forward Tianna Sullivan became the Huskies women’s basketball program’s all-time leading scorer on Tuesday night, surpassing Angel Mbikay’s mark of 584 on the road against Georgian.


The 5’9” Toronto native has been among the provinces elite scorers since she arrived at George Brown, averaging 11.4 points per game in her first season before finishing last year as Ontario’s fourth-highest scorer, with an average of 20.1 points a night. She is off to a quick start again this season, averaging 18.2 points a night through five games on over 50% shooting from the field.


"Tianna Sullivan has an unparalleled passion for the game and devotes maximum effort into our team.  The variety and creativity she uses to score is almost as sensational as the energy and zeal with which she plays defense," said head coach Warren Williams. "Most of all, I am proudest of her development as a leader in our program and I am proud to call Tianna a part of our program foundation going forward."


Sullivan is the rare wing who can beat you both inside and out, a solid shooter from the perimeter who has the size to bully defenders down low. She has excelled in the Huskies pressure scheme, and figures to be among the toughest cover at this years championship.


Tianna Sullivan – George Brown Career Stats


YearGames PlayedPoints Per GameTotal Points

The women’s team continued their perfect start to the season, earning a dominant 76-36 road win over the Grizzlies. The Huskies jumped out to 20-11 lead after the first quarter, and never looked back.


The men's team improved to 7-0, maintaining the top spot in the east with a 71-58 win over the Grizzlies. Wing Adam Costanzo continued his hot start to the season with a team-best 21 points on a sizzling 67% from the floor, while Dejazmatch James finished with at least 16 points for the fifth consecutive game.


Next up the Huskies will play host to crosstown rival Seneca in the biggest games of the season on Friday. Women’s game gets underway at 6 p.m., men’s game at 8 p.m. Follow @GBC_Huskies on twitter for updates throughout the game. ​