Utah State Aggies guard Rachel Brewster (25) and Nevada Wolf Pack guard Stephanie Schmid (10) fight for the lose ball during the Mountain West Tournment in Las Vegas Monday, March 7, 2016. USU won 59-35.

Former Utah State women's basketball player Rachel Brewster is set to join the Nunawading Spectres. The Spectres are part of the inaugural season of the NBL1 and are located in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

Brewster competed in five games at the club level for the Spectres in 2015. She averaged 4.8 points per game.

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Brewster, a native of Melbourne, spent four seasons at Utah State where she played in 126 games, which ties for second in school history, and started in 116. Brewster averaged 10.3 points, 4.5 rebounds, 1.7 assists and 1.2 steals per game during her USU career. She ranked fourth all-time in scoring with 1,303 career points, eighth in career rebounds with 562 and tied for ninth in career steals with 157.

Brewster is one of two players in program history to have recorded 1,200 points and 500 rebounds in her Aggie career.