During her career at Wilbur Cross High School in New Haven, Sabrina Johnson averaged 29 points per game. She played on two district championship teams and was a member of the 1984 State Championship Team. She was All-State and All-District in 1984 and was voted the number one high school player in Connecticut.
While attending St. John’s University, “Bre” was the school’s fourth all-time leading scorer with 1,431 career points in just three seasons.
She holds several school records, including the highest career scoring average at 16.6, most career free throws made (339), and most free throws made in a season (130). She is among the all-time school leaders, in rebounds (4th-661), assists (6th-390), steals (5th- 193) and field goals made (5th-535). During her first season, “Bre” led the team with a 15.3 points per game average, field goals made (181), assists (117) and steals (58). She scored in double figures in 24 of 30 games, including a string of 11 straight. She was named the BIG EAST Tournament MVP and selected first team ALL BIG EAST. She was also named to the All-Tournament team at the Roger White Invitational at Northwestern and was crowned the MVP of the Rev. Jospeh T. Cahill Tournament. Breland was also nominated for the Kodak Women’s All-American basketball team.