|High School:||Perkiomen Valley|
2010 — Grimm started in all 39 games on the season. Over the entire campaign, she led the team in in at-bats (130), runs (41), hits (52), triples (2), and total bases (84) and was second on the team in batting average (.400), homeruns (6), slugging percentage (.646), and stolen bases (8). Grimm was notorious for putting the ball in play, as evidenced by her 11-game hitstreak at the heart of the season and her team-leading fewest strikeouts (5) in 130 at-bats. Defensively, Grimm proved to be extremely valuable for the Judges, playing three different position throughout the season between leftfield, shortstop, and third base. She made only one error in more than 40 chances. For her prowess on both sides of the ball, Grimm was aptly awarded First Team All- Region honors as well as First Team All-Association. 2009 — Grimm played in 40 games on the season, starting in 33 of them at either shortstop or in left or right field. Grimm hit .282 on the year in 103 atbats with three doubles, nine walks, and 12 RBI. High School — Grimm was a four-year varsity letter winner at Perkiomen Valley High School. As a freshman, Grimm took home Rookie of the Year honors as well as All-Area Honorable Mention as a second baseman. Grimm moved over to shortstop her sophomore year and never looked back, being named All-Area all three of her final three years. In her senior year, Grimm received the PAC-10 Citizenship Award and served as captain. Grimm also played four years of varsity soccer at Perkiomen Valley, accumulating several accolades along the way. Grimm most recently played summer ball with the East Norriton Heartbreakers, placing highly in several national tournaments including be crowned ASA Eastern National Champions in 2008. Personal — Born Brittany Marie Grimm on July 4, 1990 to Marie and Kevin Grimm. One older sister, Courtney. Majoring in both Studio Art with Minors in Business and Hispanic Studies. To bolster her Hispanic Studies Minor, Grimm studied abroad in Spain the fall semester of her junior year.