|Hometown:||Wesley Chapel, Fla.|
|High School:||Wesley Chapel HS (Lenoir-Rhyne)|
AS A JUNIOR (2014)
Britton played in all 15 games this season for the Green and Gold... He finished the year tied for third on the team in points this season, collecting 18 goals (3rd on team) and 9 assists (tied for 3rd on team)... He finished second on the team in man-up goals with 3... Britton collected 15 ground balls... Posted 61 shots on the year for a shooting percentage of 29.5%... Of the 61 shots he posted 36 were shots on goal.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2013)
Britton saw time in 12 games in his first season with the Lions... tallied three goals and dished out six assists for nine points on the season... picked up five ground balls... fired off five shots, four on target, for a shots-on-goal percentage of .800... tallied two goals and an assist against Lenoir-Rhyne for a season high three points on March 15... earned a season high two assists twice.
Played one season for the Lenoir Rhyne Bears... played in all 15 games, starting six... led the team in points with 47, notching 16 goals and a team high 31 assists... scored one man-up goal... collected 17 ground balls and caused two turnovers... led the Deep South Conference in total assists on the season with 29 and assists per game with 1.93)... ranked sixth nationally in assists per game... ranked 28th nationally in points per game... played attack for Wesley Chapel High School... named First Team All League Attack... led the team in points, scoring 93 his senior season... member of the Tampa Tribe, Team Tampa, and Team Adidas Florida club organizations... earned First Team All-League Attack honors in high school... also a member of the Tampa Tribe, Team Tampa, and Team Adidas Florida club teams.
Son of Amy and Frank... born September 25... majoring in Business... has a brother, Calvin... hobbies include car audio, music and playing lacrosse... lists his best asset to the team as his assist ability... names Gary Gait, Mark Matthews, Rob Panell, and John Grant, Jr. as his favorite athletes... chose Saint Leo because he grew up watching the team, and likes the school.