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Maggie McCloskey
Maggie McCloskey

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Riverside, Ill.

High School:
Riverside-Brookfield

Height:
5-5

Position:
G


03/20/2007

Maggie McCloskey Pictures

Maggie McCloskey Pictures

JUNIOR (2008-09)
Played in, and started, 28 games at the shooting guard position ... Enters 2009-10 season five three-pointers shy of Ciara Henderson's school record and 16 points short of reaching 1,000 for her career ... Knocked down at least one three-pointer in team's first 19 games, setting a NCAA Division I record by hitting at least one trey in 69 consecutive games ... Surpassed previous mark of 60 straight, set by Kim MacMillan of Long Island ... Finished fifth in the country in three-point field goal percentage (43.8%) and 11th nationally in three-pointers made per game (2.79 3FGM/gm) ... The only player to finish in the top 11 in both categories ... Set a Loyola single-game record with nine three-pointers in home win over Central Michigan ... Finished with career-best 35 points against the Chippewas, tying her for the third-best effort in school history and making her the first player to score at least 35 points in a game since Mary Just in Dec., 1987 ... Buried at least three trifectas in 14 games ... Scored in double figures 13 times ... Knocked down five treys and finished with 17 points and six assists against DePaul ... Drained seven threes en route to game-high 25 points in Loyola's Speedway Horizon League First Round game at Detroit ... Poured in 18 points in road win at Milwaukee ... Dished out season-high seven assists against Butler.

SOPHOMORE (2007-08)
Only Loyola player to start all 31 games ... Developed in one of the nation's top three-pointer shooters, finishing seventh in the country in three-pointers made per game ... Knocked down single-season school record 90 three-pointers, three short of the Horizon League single-season record (Jessica Wilhite, UWM, 2000-01) ... Set new League standard by hitting 163 treys in first two seasons ... Shot 42.5% from the arc, good for sixth on Loyola's single-season list ... Hit at least one trey in all 31 games to bring streak to 50 consecutive games heading into 2008-09 season ... Drained three or more trifectas in 16 games, including six games with at least five threes ... Scored in double figures in 18 games ... Drilled six treys en route to season-high 22 points in season-ending loss at Green Bay ... Poured in 21 points on seven three-pointers against Memphis ... Buried five from long range and finished with 17 points at Marquette ... Scored 19 points and handed out season-high six assists in win over Texas-Pan American ... Posted 19 points in road games at Youngstown State and UIC ... Finished with 15 points in home win over the Flames.

FRESHMAN (2006-07)
Named to the Horizon League All-Newcomer Team ... Put together one of the best freshman seasons by a Rambler, averaging 11.5 ppg and 4.1 apg ... Averaged 17.1 ppg and 5.1 apg in Loyola's seven wins ... Nailed 73 three-pointers, a Loyola freshman record and the second best single-season total in Rambler history ... Hit at least one three-pointer in 25 of 28 games, including each of LU's last 19 contests ... Finished 19th in the country, and fourth among freshmen, with 2.61 3FGM/game ... Posted 12 games with three or more from behind the arc, including six games of five or more treys ... Tied a school-record with eight three-pointers at Green Bay ... Finished that game with 28 points and eight assists ... Scored in double figures in 16 games, including each of the last six, with five games of 20+ points ... Averaged 14.0 ppg over the final 21 games after scoring just 4.1 ppg over her first seven outings ... Concluded season with 26 points in Horizon League First Round game with Detroit ... Poured in 22 points (6-8 3FGs in both games) in road wins over Wright State and Chicago State ... Finished with 21 points and seven assists against just one turnover in win over Detroit ... Handed out 10 assists against Illinois State to become first freshman to record 10+ assists in a game since Tracy Hoffmann (1999-2000 season) ... Finished with nine points, seven assists and seven steals against UIC.

HIGH SCHOOL
Ended high school career as one of the state of Illinois' most prolific long-range shooters ... Finished with 384 career three-pointers, third all-time in state history ... Drained 125 triples as a senior, tying former assistant coach Ashley Luke-Clanton for the third-highest single-season total in Illinois annals ... Averaged 22.3 ppg and 9.2 apg her senior year ... Concluded her career with 1,905 points and 795 assists, both school records ... Hit at least one three-pointer in her last 49 high school games ... First Team All-State honoree by the Champaign News-Gazette ... Third team all-state selection by the Associated Press ... Named to the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association All-State Second Team as a senior after earning Fourth Team honors after her sophomore season ... Named Most Valuable Player in the IBCA All-Star Game for the North squad ... Three-time conference player of the year and four-time pick to the Suburban Life News All-Area First Team ... Helped team to 100-19 (.840) overall record, including a perfect 38-0 mark in Suburban Prairie East Conference play ... Also holds school-records for single-game points (44) and three-pointers (10) ... Played under head coach Larry Rocco.