- Brittany Lange joined the Saint Louis women's basketball staff as assistant coach in October 2020.
- The 2021-22 season is Lange's second with the Billikens.
- Lange came to SLU with seven years of head coaching experience, including one as the youngest Division I basketball head coach in 2013 at age 26 for the Omaha Mavericks.
- Lange joined SLU's staff after a brief stint serving as director of strategies and player development at Grand Canyon University (GCU) since April 2020.
- Prior to GCU, Lange was the head coach at the University of Nebraska Omaha for seven seasons (2013-2020). She was at Omaha for the start of its Division I era, leading the Mavericks to their first 80 wins at the top level.
- Throughout her Maverick coaching career, Lange had guided six players to a total of 11 All-Summit honors, including a Summit League Defensive Player of the Year, in addition to two CoSIDA Academic All-America honorees.
- Lange originally joined the Mavericks in the 2011-12 season as director of basketball operations, after spending the previous year as a graduate assistant at St. Edward's in Austin, Texas.
She began her collegiate playing career at Creighton in the 2005-06 season before transferring to Iowa State. As a Cyclone, she played guard on four NCAA tournament teams with an overall record of 98-37.
- Following her playing career Lange spent two seasons (2008-10) working on head coach Bill Fennelly's Iowa State staff, assisting the team to both Elite Eight (2009) and Sweet 16 (2010) runs.
A native of Sac City, Iowa, Lange earned her degree in kinesiology from Iowa State.