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Andrea Nagy | 11
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Position:  G
Born: 11/16/71
Height: 5-7 /  1,70
Weight: 147  lbs. / 66,7  kg.
College: Florida International '95
Career Highlights
  • Averaged 2.0 apg over 7.5 mpg in four playoff appearances with the New York Liberty in 2001
  • Led the Washington Mystics in total assists (118) and was fifth in the league in assists per game (5.1) in 2000

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2002 :
Averaged 1.4 ppg (.385 FG%, .327 3PT%, .714 FT%), 1.8 rpg, 3.0 apg, 0.4 spg, 0.1 bpg and 17.0 mpg in 24 games played (eight started)...Orchestrated the Monarchs for eight games while starting point guard Ticha Penicheiro was out injured...Ranked third in the WNBA in assists per 40 minutes at 7.1...Nagy also ranked fifth in the WNBA in assists per turnover at 2.35...Dished out a season-high 11 assists at Cleveland on 6/27...Played a career-high 49 minutes versus Washington on 6/25.

Appeared in 23 games off the bench and averaged 1.5 ppg and 1.0 apg over 9.3 mpg, shooting .419 from the field (13-31 FGA)... Season Highs: Points: seven vs. Washington on 6/6; Assists: two, eight times; Rebounds: two vs. Indiana, 6/2. . . Made Liberty debut in 2001 opener at Miami, 5/31...Scored her first points in a Liberty jersey vs. Sacramento, 6/4 (three points, 1-1 from behind the arc). . . Logged double-figure minutes in 12 of her 23 appearances in the regular season. . . Scored a season high seven points (3-4 FGA, 1-1 from Downtown) over 14 minutes in a victory against the Mystics, June 16. . . PLAYOFFS: Averaged 2.0 apg over 7.5 mpg in four playoff appearances. . . Scored 3 points (1-1 FGA, 1-1 FTA) and dished out two assists over 12 minutes in a losing effort in Game Two of the Eastern Conference Finals against Charlotte. . . DNP (CD) in Games One and Two of the first-round series against Miami.

Led the Mystics in total assists (118) and was fifth in the league in assists per game (5.1)...Handed out season-best 10 assists on two occasions vs. Orlando, 5/31; vs. Sacramento, 6/23...Scored season-high 10 points twice vs. Houston, 6/7; vs. Los Angeles, 6/26... Hit .808 (21-26) from the foul line while shooting .392 (31-79) from the field and .359 (14-39) from three-point...Missed the final nine games of the regular season with a right groin strain.

One of two Washington players to start all 32 games...Averaged 5.1 ppg, 4.6 apg and 2.4 rpg...Finished the season in the WNBA's top 10 in assists...Dished out a career-high 12 assists vs. Charlotte, 6/10...Poured in a career-high 12 points vs. Los Angeles, 7/31.Led Mystics in assists 20 times.

Averaged 7.6 ppg, 6.3 apg and 2.5 rpg in three seasons for the Seattle Reign, Long Beach Stingrays and Philadelphia Rage of the ABL.

Led the nation in assists as a junior (10.3 apg), and again as a senior (9.8 apg) at Florida International...Was the Kodak and USA Today All-American in 1994...Led FIU to its first two NCAA appearances in 1993 and 1994...Holds school record for steals (312)...Was a four-time Trans America Athletic Conference first team selection...Named conference Newcomer of the Year in 1992. . . Helped FIU to two NCAA Division I appearances and finished her career averaging 14.5 points, 3.6 rebounds and 9.4 assists, the fourth best assist average in NCAA history...Her 1,136 assists placed her second on the school's All-Time list and third in school history with 1,812 career points.


  • Full name is Andrea Nagy
  • Nickname is "Dre" or “Nagy”
  • Is a native of Budapest, Hungary where her parents still live
  • Both her parents are former track and field stars
  • Is fluent in Hungarian, Russian and English
  • Hobbies include reading and watching movies
  • Also plays tennis
  • She met her husband, Troy, in college
  • Spent the 1999-2000 offseason taking classes at Florida International to finish her undergraduate degree in marketing
  • Spent the 2000-01 off-season coaching at Florida International.