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Maggie O'Hara
Maggie O'Hara


Boise, Idaho

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Four-year letterwinner and member of back-to-back NCAA Tournament teams as a junior and senior...three-time Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention selection...finished her career 10th on UW's all-time list for blocked shots (53)...tallied a 70.1 career free-throw shooting percentage...averaged 2.8 points and 3.0 rebounds.

SENIOR YEAR (2006-07) -- Played in all 31 games, starting the last nine including UW's NCAA Tournament First Round game versus Iowa State...came off the bench in first 23 contests...named to Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention team for third-straight year...averaged 3.1 points and 3.2 rebounds...third on team with 13 blocked shots to finish her career with 53 (10th on UW's all-time list)...second on team with .774 free-throw percentage (48-62)...had first career-double scoring game with career-high 10 points versus Saint Louis (Nov. 25)...also grabbed seven rebounds in same game versus the Billikens...recorded nine points and season-high nine rebounds in win over Oregon (Dec. 21); shot 3-for-5 from the field and 3-for-3 from the line...tallied seven rebounds and two steals at Eastern Washington (Nov. 21)...scored seven points vs. Gonzaga (Dec. 15), including a 5-for-6 mark from the charity stripe...contributed six points (4-for-4 from the line) and six rebounds in win vs. USC (Dec. 29)...was 5-for-6 from the line vs. UCLA (Dec. 31)...matched season-high with two assists at Arizona State (Jan. 7), also had three points and three rebounds...tallied five points and four rebounds at UCLA (Jan. 26)...recorded five points and five rebounds in first start of the season vs. ASU (Feb. 1)...had five rebounds vs. Arizona (Feb. 3)...had two blocked shots at No. 20 Cal (Feb. 8)...tallied five points, five rebounds, two assists, and one block versus Oregon State (Feb. 22)...contributed five points, five rebounds (four offensive) and one steal vs. Iowa State (March 17) in NCAA First Round.

JUNIOR YEAR (2005-06) -- Came off the bench in 28 games...missed two games (Arizona-Dec. 31; WSU-Jan. 7) after arthroscopic surgery on her right elbow Dec. 30...named to Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention team for second-straight year...averaged 2.4 points and 2.6 rebounds...ranked third on the team in free-throw shooting percentage (.750) and blocked shots (11)...pulled down at least four rebounds in eight games...grabbed six rebounds vs. Minnesota in NCAA First Round, five on the offensive glass...season-high six points vs. Utah, going 4-for-4 from the line...tallied five points and season-high seven rebounds vs. Cal (12/2/05)...made season-high three steals vs. USC (1/14/06)...had five points, three rebounds and two assists at Stanford (2/23/06)...grabbed four rebounds and tied for team-lead with three assists vs. OSU (2/18/06)...tied for team lead with three steals vs. Arizona State (1/28/06)...had two blocked shots at Oregon State (1/19/06)...had six rebounds vs. Michigan (12/9/05).

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2004-05) -- Played in all 30 games, starting eight...received team's Big Dawg Award along with Kayla Burt and Cameo Hicks...earned Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention team honors...made first career start at Utah (12/4)...ranked second on the team in free-throw percentage (.756) and third in offensive rebounds (50) of just two Huskies to record a double-figure rebounding game...equaled a career-high 10 boards vs. Arizona (12/27)...also sank first career three-pointer and scored eight points in contest vs. the Wildcats...scored a season-high nine points at Denver (12/6) and at USC (2/5)...four field goals made at Denver was a career-high...recorded seven points, five rebounds and a career-high matching five steals in Pac-10 Tourney first round game vs. Oregon State (3/4)...shot 3-for-3 from the field and 1-for-1 from the line in that contest...was 4-for-4 from the line vs. Notre Dame (12/11)...tallied seven points, five rebounds and two assists vs. Oregon State (2/10).

FRESHMAN YEAR (2003-04) -- Came off the bench in 30 games...missed only Oregon State game at home (1/17) with a sprained ankle...shared Most Improved Player honors with Jill Bell and Cheri Craddock...season-high seven points versus 10 rebounds at Washington State...scored six points and grabbed five boards versus Lipscomb...had five rebounds at Arizona State...also notched two assists versus Lipscomb and two steals versus Maine...tied with Andrea Lalum for team-high two steals at Colorado...went 5-for-8 from the free-throw line versus four assists versus Iowa State...season-high three steals versus Washington State...grabbed second-most rebounds on the team vs. Arizona (2/28) with seven...grabbed five boards vs. Pepperdine in WNIT first round.

Named All-Idaho 5A Player of the Year following senior season...led prep team to Idaho 5A state championship in 2003...first-team all-state and first-team all-conference selection for second straight year...McDonald's High School All-American nominee...all-Idaho and First-Team All-Conference honoree as a junior...led Timberline to runner-up finish at 5A state championships that season...also during junior year, team finished second in the region and second in league (District 3)...earned S.I.C. All-Academic a sophomore, was a second-team all-conference selection...led team to third place league finish and third place region finish...during freshman campaign, Timberline finished eighth in both league and region standings...was a 2002 BCI (Basketball Congress International) All-American and Spring Tournament Most Valuable Player...played three years on Idaho BCI club team and one year for Idaho Elite under UW assistant coach Kellie Lewis-Jay...also played for AAU coach Cindy Pasta...led team to three-straight BCI National Tournament titles (2000, 2001, 2002)...also led team to tournament title at Midsummer Night's Madness in Seattle in 2002...three-year letterwinner in basketball...a muti-sport athlete, also lettered two years in track and two years in swimming...placed fifth in the state meet in the 300-meter hurdles (2001)...also a state track qualifier in the 100-meter hurdles (2001)...state qualifier in swimming (50-meter freestyle and 100-meter freestyle).

Margaret Lynn O'Hara...daughter of Kevan and Tamie O'Hara...sister Katy attended Oregon State...both parents are teachers...father Kevan played football for Boise State (1975-76)...hobbies include water-skiing and horseback riding...prep academic achievements included Idaho Top Scholar and National Honor Society accolades...Wendy's High School Heisman State Finalist...majoring in biology and interested in a teaching career.

Points - 10, vs. Saint Louis, Nov. 25, 2006
Rebounds - 10, twice, last vs. Arizona, Dec. 28, 2004
Assists - 4, at Iowa State, Dec. 21, 2003
Steals - 5 twice, last vs. Oregon State, March 4, 2005
FG Made - 4, at Denver, Dec. 6, 2004
FG Attempted - 8, vs. Lipscomb, Nov. 23, 2003
3-Pt. FG Made - 1, vs. Arizona, Dec. 27, 2004
3-Pt. FG Attempted - 1, five times, last vs. Northern Iowa, Nov. 26, 2006
FT Made - 6, vs. Saint Louis, Nov. 25, 2006
FT Attempted - 8, vs. Denver, Dec. 16, 2003

O'Hara news and features:
Q & A with Maggie O'Hara - (Oct. 31, 2005)


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