2001-04 (BA '04)
- Breanne graduated as the most prolific offensive player in the history of the UB softball program after a high school career in which she was a three-time All-American.
- She ended her UB career with a .387 batting average, 197 hits, 46 doubles, 27 home runs, 93 runs scored, 113 RBIs, and 66 walks; each was a record when she concluded her eligibility and each stood at the time of her Hall of Fame induction.
- As of 2011, Breanne still holds the top 3 single-season batting averages: .451 as a sophomore, .402, and .373, and when she graduated, held the 1st 2 spots in single-season hits (59 and 41) and doubles (18 and 12).
- She was a portent of things to come when, as a freshman, she set UB single-season records in hits, doubles, home runs, and RBIs and was a 2nd team Mideast All-Region pick by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association.
- The following season and in her senior year, she was a 1st team All-Mideast selection in the outfield, batting .451, 7th in the nation, her sophomore year, and was an all-district Academic 2nd teamer her last 3 seasons.
- Breanne was All-MAC 1st team pick in 2002 and 2003 and a 2nd teamer her senior season and UB MVP as a sophomore.