Allie Quigley #14 Guard
2013 Playoff PPG 2.5 RPG 0.0 APG 1.5 EFF +0.50
Bio Born: Jun 20, 1986 Height: 5-10 / 1,78 Weight: 140 lbs. / 63,5 kg. College: DePaul Years Pro: 4
Signed by the Storm to a seven-day contract on Aug. 1 ... Saw action in seven games ... played four minutes in Game 1 of the Storm's Western Conference Semifinal series against the Phoenix Mercury.
Played four games with the Indiana Fever and three with the San Antonio Silver Stars.
She made a total of six appearances for the Mercury, including a season-high nine-minute stint at Sacramento, 6/12 ... she was waived by the Mercury July 14.
Originally drafted by Seattle, she was waived May 8 by the Storm and signed by Phoenix three days later ... she made her professional debut in a 94-83 loss at Minnesota, 5/31, and scored the first points of her career against Connecticut, 6/18 ... in her best game of the season, she recorded career-highs of 11 points and five rebounds vs. Atlanta, 7/19 ... it is the only double-figure game of her career.
2009-10:Playing for MiZo Pecs of Hungary, she averaged 7.9 points, 2.8 rebounds and nearly a steal per game (0.9) in 13 EuroLeague games ... she scored double-figures in five of her final six appearances, including a high of 16 points vs. Gospic ... in Hungary's A League, she averaged 12.6 ppg on better than 54 percent shooting from the floor (.545), which included 28-of-58 (.483) from 3-point range ... in domestic league play, she scored in double figures 12 times with three games of 20 or more ... she scored a season-high 29 points in a playoff game vs. Atomeromu, 4/3 ... her teammates with Pecs included fellow WNBA stars Dalma Ivanyi, Nicole Ohlde and Kelly Mazzante. ... 2008-09: Playing overseas for the first time, she was a starter and averaged 12.6 ppg for Mersin in Turkey's TBBL ... she also averaged 3.3 rebounds, 1.7 assists and 1.5 steals per game ... she shot 47.4 percent from the floor and hit 44.1 percent from beyond the 3-point arc.
One of just four players in DePaul Blue Demons' history to score over 2,000 points in her career, she averaged a team-leading 19.4 points per game as a senior and is third on the all-time career list with 2,078 points ... for her efforts, she was named to the 2008 All-Big East second team and she was a Big East Academic All-Star.