Moved into a role as a key guard for the Tars in 2011-12; continued to battle injuries but earned five starts...Will be relied upon for leadership and knowledge of Tars' style during final year in uniform.
2011-12: Saw action in 21 games, earning five starts...Averaged 6.8 points, 1.9 rebounds and 1.6 assists a game...Scored double figures four times...Recorded a then career best 14 points against Webber International (Nov. 21); followed with 11 points against Puerto Rico Rio Piedras (Nov. 23)...Started first collegiate game at home against Eckerd (Jan. 7), gathering a season-best five rebounds...Scored a career-high 18 points on 7-of-10 shooting (4-of-5 from 3-point range) in road win over Barry (Feb. 22)...Led Rollins with 16 points in Rollins Sunshine State Conference Tournament game against Florida Southern (Feb. 29)...tallied a career-best five steals against Palm Beach Atlantic (Jan. 4)...Recorded first career block against Nova Southeastern (Jan. 25).
2010-11: Played in all 32 games for the Tars, averaging 4.6 points a game...scored a career high 12 points against Puerto Rico Rio Piedras (11/22/10), shooting 5-of-7 from the field, including 2-of-3 from the three-point line...notched a then career best 11 against Warner (11/19/10)...Earned a career-best six rebounds twice, first against Nova Southeastern (1/29/11) and again against Barry (3/2/11)...dished out a career nine assists against the Bucs (3/2/11)...notched three steals against Warner (11/19/10).
2009-10: Saw action in one game before succumbing to injury...played 12 minutes against Puerto Rico Rio Piedras, scoring seven points, handing out three assists and gathering a rebound...used a medical redshirt the rest of the season.
2008-09 (Canisius): Appeared in eight games for the Griffins and played 87 total minutes (10.9 average)...scored 21 points averaging 2.6...best performance came against the Washington State Cougars (11/25/08) when Chance scored five points on 2-for-4 shooting with one 3-pointer...collected a career-high three rebounds against No. 11 Syracuse (12/17/08)...scored in seven out of the eight contests he appeared in.
High School: Attended Lake Howell High School...was a three-year starter and guided the Silverhawks to the 5A State Championship...averaged 17 points per game as a senior...a McDonald's All-American nominee...Seminole County Player of the Year...5A MVP, All-FACA and SAC First-Team honoree...inducted into the Seminole County Sports Hall of Fame...set an all-star game record with 18 assists in the East versus West All-Star game...played four years for the volleyball team.
Personal: Born Brett Adam Chance, May 23, 1989...parents, Jon Chance and Gail Knode...two brothers, Bryan and Taylour ...one sister, Stacey Knode...father, Jon played at Peirce Junior College...enjoys working out, the beach and shopping...credits his parents for having the greatest influence of his life...pursuing a political science degree.