2017-18: Named to the Conference USA Honor Roll … Led the Monarchs in rebounds with 247 (7.7 rpg) and blocks with 52 (1.6 bpg) … Averaged 8.8 points, 1.3 assists and 1.1 steals per game … Was one of two players to start all 32 games for Old Dominion … Scored a season high 21 points at Marshall … Hauled down a career high 17 rebounds at Charlotte … Dished out a career high four assists at FIU … Shot 53.6% from the floor for the season.
2016-17: Appeared in 27 games, making 23 starts … Team's second leading shot blocker with 41 total rejections for a 1.5 per game average, which ranked fifth in Conference USA … Second on the squad for rebounds, averaging 7.0 boards per contest, which ranked eighth in the conference … His 2.65 offensive rebounds per game ranked second in the C-USA, only behind teammate Denzell Taylor … Team's fourth leading scorer, averaging 9.9 points per game … Recorded five doubles-doubles, which ranked 10th in the conference … Named the team's Most Outstanding Practice Player … Scored a career high 23 points against JMU (Nov. 11, 2016) … Grabbed a season high 13 rebounds at Rhode Island (Dec. 3, 2016) … Blocked a career high six shots versus Georgia State (Dec. 18, 2016).
2015-16: Brandan started in 31 games and was named to the C-USA All-Defensive Team, averaging 10.4 ppg ... He led the team in rebounds with 310 total, for a 9.7 average, while having the most defensive rebounds on the squad with 192 ... Stith led the team in blocks with 64 and added 21 steals ... He had the third-highest point total on the team with 332 and scored a career-high 21 points against UTSA.
2014-15: Came to ODU from East Carolina where he played as a freshman ... Sat out last season due to NCAA trasnfer rules.
2013-14 (Freshman at ECU): Played in 33 of 34 games ... Averaged 4.5 points and 6.3 rebounds per game ... Shot 49.5 percent from the field (51-103) and averaged 19.5 minutes per game ... Ranked 18th in Conference USA in rebounding and 10th in blocked shots (1.2 bpg) ... Led the Pirates in rebounding in 17 games ... Grabbed double figure rebounds in eight games and produced three double-doubles ... Scored double figures in five games ... Netted 13 points against Mount Olive, 12 versus N.C. Wesleyan, 11 against Chowan and 10 versus UNCG and VMI ... Pulled down 15 rebounds against Chowan ... Blocked multiple shots in 11 games with a a season-high four vs. Fayetteville State and UTSA ... Credited with a season-best five steals in his collegiate debut against N.C. Wesleyan ... Played more than 20 minutes in 18 games, including two games with over 30 minutes of action.
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Brunswick High School in Lawrenceville, Va. ... Helped his high school team win three consecutive Virginia High School League (VHSL) Division 3 titles (2011, ‘12, ‘13) ... Voted as 2013 Virginia High School Coaches Association (VHSCA) Group AA Division 3 state co-player-of-the year ... Named 2012 Virginia Division 3 state basketball player-of-the year ... Two-time VHSL Group AA, Division 3, Region I Player-of-the-Year (2012, ‘13) ... Two-time Southside District Player-of-the-Year ... Selected to the East squad for the 2013 VHSCA East-West All-Star Game ... Named a 2013 804 All-Star ... McDonald's All-American nominee ... Averaged 19.3 points and 10.1 rebounds per game as a senior ... Four-year letterman ... Team was 114-10 during his four seasons ... Served as team captain ... Coached by his father, Bryant Stith ... Earned one varsity letter as a track and field athlete ... Member of the Junior National Honor Society and Phi theta Kappa Honor Society ... Named Brunswick (County) Chamber of Commerce Student-of-the-Month for May (2013) ... Played for Boo Williams' AAU Elite travel team during the spring and summer of 2012.
PERSONAL: Born in Denver, Colo ... Parents are Bryant and Barbara Stith ... His father, who is the University of Virginia's all-time leading scorer and played 10 seasons in the NBA, currently serves as an assistant coach at ODU ... Has a younger brother B.J., a redshirt junior on the ODU team, and two younger sisters, Bria and Brooke.