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Background

2006 WNBA Season: Appeared in 31 games with one start…Scored a career-high nine points against New York (5/20)…Had a career-high six rebounds at San Antonio (7/22)…Had a career-high three assists twice…Averaged 11.7 minutes per game off the bench…Played three different positions for the team…Had 66 rebounds, an average of 2.1 per game. In The Playoffs: Appeared in four postseason games, averaging 3.3 minutes per game.

Professional Experience:
Played for Lavezzini Basket Parma in Italy during 2006-07…Played for Haukar in Iceland during the 2005-06 offseason.

College:
Kansas State’s all-time leader in assists (589), which ranks fifth all time in Big 12 Conference history…Ranks 12th all-time in Kansas State history for career points (1,307)…Seventh in school history in made threes (117) and three-point attempts (319…First all-time in career starts (129)… Named to All-Big 12 Tournament Team…Was an All-Big 12 Honorable Mention selection as a senior…Named to Academic All-Big 12 First Team three times during her collegiate career…Only Wildcat to record three seasons with 150 or more assists and four seasons with 100 or more assists… Ruptured her Achilles tendon during the Big-12 Championship game in March 2005…2004 All-Big 12 Honorable Mention…Named to the 2004 Commerce Bank Wildcat Classic All-Tournament Team…2003 All-Big 12 First Team Selection…One of two Wildcats and one of four players in Big 12 history to ever record a triple-double (12 points, 10 rebounds, 12 assists vs. St. Louis on 12/6/03)…Set the sophomore record for assists (164) and highest three-point field goal percentage (43.4 percent) in 2002-03…Named to the ESPN The Magazine All-District VII Second Team…Set the record for most assists in a season by a freshman (157) in 2001-02, which was the most assists in a season by a Wildcat in over 10 years.


Personal

Personal:
Full name is Megan Marie Mahoney… Daughter of Pat and Linda Mahoney…Has an older brother named Ryan…Has a niece named Cadence…Was named Gatorade and USA Today South Dakota Player of the Year in 2000…As a senior in high school, was named South Dakota Sports Writers Association High School Girls Athlete of the Year…Named Miss Basketball South Dakota as a senior…Four-year letter winner in volleyball…National Honor Society member... Special Olympics volunteer and Junior Scooper coach…Graduated from Kansas State with a degree in Family Studies and Human Services in December 2005.

Career Transactions

Selected by the Connecticut Sun in the third round (34th overall) of the 2005 WNBA Draft.

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