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Lindsay Allen's Bio

About Lindsay Allen

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the New York Liberty in the 2nd Round of the 2017 WNBA Draft, 14th overall selection…. Signed by the New York Liberty on May 31, 2017.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 

  • Made her WNBA debut against the Dallas Wings on June 2, 2017, finishing with 2 assists, 2 rebounds, and a steal
  • Scored a season-high 6 points against Atlanta on June 6, 2017
  • Dished out a career-best 5 assists at Minnesota on July 25, 2017

2017:  Appeared in 28 games during her rookie season, averaging 1.9 ppg, 2.2 apg, and 1.5 rpg… Finished the season ranked 35th in the WNBA in assists… Handed out 3 assists in playoff game against Washington (9/10)…Tied for the team lead, handing out 3 assists in final regular-season game against Dallas (9/3)…Managed 4 assists for the 2nd consecutive game. Also scored 3 points and had 2 rebounds in home win over San Antonio (9/1)…Handed out 4 assists. Connected on a field goal for 2 points and managed 3 rebounds in win over Chicago (8/27)… Hit a pair of field goals for 4 points. Matched her season-high with 5 rebounds. Also recorded her first block of the season in road win at Connecticut (8/18)…Led all players with a 17 +/- rating in her 15 minutes of play. Scored 5 points and managed 2 take-aways in win over Chicago (7/30)… Led the Liberty and recorded as season-high 5 assists at Minnesota (7/25)… Scored 2 points and collected 3 rebounds. Also dished out 3 assists and had 2 steals in a win over Connecticut (7/19)… Drained 2 baskets for 4 points in a win over Washington. Also dished out 4 assists and had a career-high 2 steals (7/16)…Recorded a season-high 4 defensive rebounds. Also had 3 assists and 2 points playing 17 minutes against Chicago (7/14)…Dished out 2 assists off the bench against Phoenix (7/9)…Logged 16 minutes off the bench and scored 2 points with 2 rebounds against Seattle (7/6)…Finished with 2 points and 1 rebound against Washington (6/29)…In her 15 minutes of play at Dallas, scored 4 points and collected 3 rebounds and an assist (6/16)…Collected a career-high 5 rebounds against Connecticut, also scored 3 points with a pair of assists (6/14)…Scored 5 points and collected 1 assist and 1 rebound against Seattle (6/11)…Recorded career-highs in both scoring  and assists, finishing with 6 points and 4 assists in win over Atlanta (6/7)… Scored her first point on a free-throw attempt, also had a steal and an assist against Phoenix (6/4) …In her WNBA debut, played 18 minutes and had 2 assists, 2 rebounds, and 1 steal against Dallas (6/2).

PRO OVERSEAS: Competing for Dynamo Moscow in the Russian Premier League for the 2017-18 season.

COLLEGE: Started the first game of her freshman year and never missed one, starting 149 in all and leading the Irish to a 139-10 record over her career … guided Notre Dame to four consecutive outright ACC regular season title and four ACC Tournament championships, joining Duke (2001-04) as the only teams to win both four years in a row … Notre Dame went 62-2 in regular season ACC play and 12-0 in the ACC Tournaments for a combined mark of 74-2 .. helped the Irish to Final Four appearances in 2014 and 2015, the Sweet 16 in 2016 and the Elite Eight in 2017… Set Notre Dame records for single-season assists (282 in 2016-17), career assists (841), career starts (149), consecutive career starts (149), single-season minutes played (1,279 in 2016-17) … set ACC records for assists in a single ACC Tournament (33), single-season assists (282 in 2016-17) and career assists (841) … set what is believed to be an NCAA record for consecutive games started (149). Ranked 22nd in NCAA history in career assists (841) and fourth in NCAA Championship career assists (115).

Personal: Nicknamed “L.A.” … Daughter of Lorna Wilson-Allen and Terrell Allen III … youngest of three children … fifth Maryland resident to play for Fighting Irish, and first since Baltimore native Brittany Mallory from 2007-12 … Attended Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business as a management-consulting major … Graduated with 4.04 cumulative GPA from St. John’s College High School (combined record of 110-16, .873) in Washington, D.C., where she was coached by Jonathan Scribner … career per-game statistical averages of 12.6 points, 5.2 rebounds and 5.8 assists … as a senior in 2011-12, led St. John’s College to a 27-1 record and Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC) championship (highest level of competition with no state tournament in Washington, D.C.), while averaging 16.0 ppg., 6.5 rpg. and 8.0 apg.

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