Debuted each year at the OSCARS - the year-end highlight video provides a look back at all 26 varsity sports competed at the University of Notre Dame and is created in cooperation with the Student Welfare and Development Office and LeSea Broadcasting.
Irish Connection provides a feature on men's basketball athletic trainer Skip Meyer working his 1,000th game at Notre Dame, the women's basketball trip to New York and hockey's recent Practice on the Pond.
SENIOR SEASON (2012-13): Gives the Irish depth in the backcourt ... can play either as the point guard or shooting guard ... a quick, skilled player who displays innate skills on the court ... has great court awareness ... extremely athletic and can defend the ball well ... a great communicator on the court ... a smart player who can drive to the basket and shoot from the perimeter ... has appeared in 80 career games, including eight starts ... has compiled 187 points (2.3 ppg.) and 97 rebounds (1.2 rpg.).
JUNIOR SEASON (2011-12): Played in a career-high 31 games and made eight starts ... scored 100 points and hauled down 59 rebounds ... averaged career-high totals in points (3.2) and rebounds (1.9) ... also posted career-best marks in assists (20) and blocked shots (3) ... scored in double-figures four times during the season ... logged 345 minutes (11.1 mpg.) on the court ... made his first career start in the season opener, an 80-67 win over Mississippi Valley State ... tallied nine points, four rebounds and matched a career-high total with three assists in the Mississippi Valley State contest ... netted a career-high 13 points and hauled down a career-best nine rebounds in a 59-53 win over Detroit in the second game of the season ... also had two assists and two steals in a career-high 35 minutes against Detroit ... matched his career-high point total in a 13-point, six-rebound effort in an 84-59 victory over Bryant ... also deposited 13 points in a 65-47 triumph of Dartmouth ... scored 12 points and tied a career-high with three assists in a 106-65 besting of Sacred Heart ... played in 17 BIG EAST contests and notched 21 points and 23 rebounds in league play ... made his first career BIG EAST start against Rutgers.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2010-11): Played in 27 games ... a valuable contributor off the bench for the Irish ... tallied 42 points (1.6 ppg) and 29 rebounds (1.1 rpg) ... had 11 assists and 10 steals ... played 10-plus minutes in eight games ... scored a season-best seven points in the season-opening win over Georgia Southern ... registered a career-high three steals in the Georgia Southern contest ... matched a career-high total with four rebounds in a win against Chicago State ... made a season-high five free throws (on eight attempts) in a home victory over St. John's ... also hauled down four boards in against UMBC and St. John's ... played a then career-high 24 minutes at St. John's.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2009-10): Played in 22 games, which was the most of any Fighting Irish freshman during the 2009-10 season ... tallied 45 points, nine rebounds and nine steals ... scored two points and had a steal in the season opener against North Florida ... scored four points, grabbed a season-high four rebounds and had two steals in a season-high 12 minutes against Liberty ... four points against Idaho State ... notched five points versus IUPUI ... deposited a season-best 12 points, along with two assists and one steal, in a season-high tying 12 minutes against Bucknell ... was 3-5 from the field and went a perfect 6-6 from the free throw line against the Bison ... scored five points against West Virginia ... three points versus both Cincinnati and Seton Hall.
AWARDS AND HONORS: BIG EAST All-Academic Team (2009-10).
HIGH SCHOOL: Enjoyed tremendous final campaign at Strake Jesuit College Preparatory as he led his team to a 37-1 record en route to a berth in the District 18-5A state tournament final four before losing in state semifinals ... his prep team earned top-10 recognition during the season in the national rankings in both the ESPN and MaxPrep polls ... averaged 22.3 points, 7.3 rebounds, 2.0 steals and 1.6 assists in final scholastic season ... three-year starter under head coach Wayne Jones ... finished his senior campaign as the second-leading scorer in the Greater Houston area ... registered at least 15 points in 37 of the 38 games on the season, including netting 33 points in one contest ... three-time captain ... selected to play in the Capital Classic High School All-Star Game in Washington, D.C. ... led team to conference and regional championships in his junior and senior seasons ... garnered all-conference honors three times and was named all-city twice ... earned all-state honors and all-region honors in final season ... two-time all-district honoree ... averaged 20.1 points, 5.7 rebounds and 2.3 assists in his junior season while leading his team to the University Interscholastic League (UIL) district title ... named to the Greater Houston All-area Team in final two scholastic campaigns ... named MVP at the Lee College Tournament after leading his team to the tournament championship and was selected to the all-tournament team at the Wataburger Classic ... first private school player to win MVP honors in the 69-history of the HISD-Jaycees Tournament as he did so in 2008 ... averaged 16.5 points as a sophomore.
PERSONAL: Full name is Lott Joseph Brooks IV ... second oldest of three children ... has an older sister Chelsea and a younger brother Jordan ... member of Boys Scouts of America who earned prestigious ranking of Eagle Scout ... son of Lott J. Brooks III and Denise Crawford ... an active volunteer at Jack and Jill of America Inc. ... father played basketball at Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Fla. ... born in Houston, Texas ... men's basketball representative on Notre Dame's Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) during the 2010-11 and 2011-12 school years ... enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as a marketing major.