Bri began her freshman and sophomore collegiate career as a starting defender for the Fighting Owls at Harford Community College. While at HCC, Bri was a stand-out defender, starting in and playing all 32 games, while picking up a total of 52 ground balls and causing 35 turn-overs. Her sophomore year, Bri was named captain, earning All-MD JUCO honors for having the most caused turnovers in the conference (25), making her third best in the nation. Bri finished her career at HCC by appearing in two NJCAA National Championship Tournaments, while earning a spot on the All-Tournament Team, along with First-Team All-American honors. Transferring to Millersville University to major in Biology and to play her final two seasons, Bri made an immediate impact as an anchor for the Marauder defensive unit, playing in and starting 35 games, causing 28 turnovers, and picking up 59 ground balls. Bri was named captain her senior year, where the Marauders made their first appearance in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Tournament quarterfinals since 2001.
Bri is an alumni of the 2012 York Invaders Club Lacrosse team and was a four year starter at Kennard-Dale High school, earning First-Team All-County defensive honors as a senior. Bri is currently an assistant coach for the Harford Fighting Owls Women’s Lacrosse team at Harford Community College.