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Allie Quigley's Bio

About Allie Quigley

WNBA CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

  • 3x WNBA All-Star (2017, 2018, 2019)
  • 2x WNBA Sixth Woman of the Year (2014, 2015)
  • 2x WNBA All-Star 3-Point Contest champion (2017, 2018)
  • Set a record for most shots made in an All-Star three-point competition across both the NBA and WNBA (29 points), sinking 20 of 25

2019 (Chicago)

  • Led the WNBA with 70 three-point field goals, the first Sky player to lead the league in this category and the first player not named Taurasi, Latta or Moore to lead the league since 2002
  • Led the league in fast-break points per game with 3.8
  • Finished 2ndon team in scoring (13.8 PPG) and shooting (49.3%)
  • Second best shooting percentage of her career (behind 50.5% in 2017)
  • Best three-point shooting percentage of her career (44.2% – 2ndbest in the WNBA behind Alysha Clark of Seattle – 48.1%)

2018 (Chicago)

  • Led the team in points per game with 15.4
  • Led the team in 3-point percentage and ranked No. 7 in the WNBA (42.0%)
  • Started in all 32 games played
  • Fourth on the team for assists per game with 2.5
  • Scored in double-digits 24 times this season and in 10 of those games she recorded over 20 points

2017 (Chicago)

  • Ranked No. 4 in the WNBA for 3-point percentage (43.0%)
  • Led the team in scoring with an average of 16.4 points per game
  • Started in all 31 games played this season
  • Played a career high 46 minutes vs. Dallas on 7/16
  • Averaged 3.6 assists per game (third on the team)

2016 (Chicago)

  • Played 34 games
  • She played a season high of 30 minutes (2 times)
  • She scored a season high of 29 points vs. New York Liberty
  • Totaled 3 rebounds (3 times) during the season
  • Season high of 6 assists vs. Seattle Storm
  • Had had 3 steals (2 times) during the playoffs
  • Season playoff high of 20 minutes vs. Los Angeles Sparks
  • Scored a season playoff high of 11 points vs. Los Angeles Sparks
  • Season playoff high of 5 assists vs. Los Angeles Sparks

2015 (Chicago)

  • Started seven of 32 games in which she appeared for the Sky
  • Averaged 11.1 points per game (fourth on the team)
  • Had a season high 23 points in 7/21 win over Atlanta
  • 18 double-digit scoring games
  • Won her second straight Sixth Woman of the Year Award on 9/17.
  • Appeared in all three Sky playoff games
  • Second on the team with 18.0 points per game during the playoffs
  • Led the team with 22 points in game one playoff win over Indiana.

2014 (Chicago)

  • Was named the 2014 WNBA Sixth Woman of the Year
  • Made her first career start against the Seattle Storm on 6/10
  • Set career highs for points (27), rebounds (5), field goals made (12) and field goals attempted (22) at Atlanta on 7/13
  • Earned WNBA Eastern Conference Player of the Week honors for Week 12 (8/4-8/10) after scoring 17+points off the bench in three straight games
  • Reached new career high in three pointers made with three five times in 2014… Scored 10+ points a team-high 21 times during the 2014 season
  • Led the Sky in scoring a team-high 9 times.
  • Appeared in all nine Sky playoff games
  • Third on the team with 14.2 points per game during the playoffs
  • Second on the team with 2.1 assists per game during the playoffs
  • Had 24 points in Sky’s conference finals clinching win over Indiana.

2013 (Chicago)

  • Played in 34 games in her first season with the Sky
  • Scored a then-career high with 14 points and three rebounds on 6/7
  • Averaged 3.8 points on the year.
  •  Appeared in both Sky playoff games and averaged 2.5 points in 12.5 minutes per game.

2011 (Seattle)

  • Signed by the Storm to a seven-day contract on 8/1
  • Saw action in seven games
  • Appeared in one playoff game for Seattle and saw four minutes of action

2010 (Indiana, San Antonio)

  • Played four games with the Indiana Fever
  • Played three with the San Antonio Silver Stars

2009 (Phoenix)

  • Made a total of six appearances for the Phoenix Mercury, including a season-high nine-minute stint at Sacramento on June 12
  • Waived by the Mercury on July 14

2008 (Phoenix)

  • Originally drafted by Seattle with the 22nd pick of the second round
  • Waived on May 8 by the Storm, signed by Phoenix three days later
  • Made her professional debut in a 94-83 loss at Minnesota on May 31
  • Scored first points of her career against Connecticut on June 18
  • Recorded then-career highs of 11 points and five rebounds vs. Atlanta in her best game of the season on July 19

INTERNATIONAL

  • 2019-20: UMMC Ekaterinburg (Russia)
  • 2018-19: Famila Wuber Schio (Italy)
  • 2017-18: Galatasaray (Turkey)
  • 2017: Fenerbahce SK (Turkey)
  • 2015-16: Fenerbahce SK (Turkey)
    • Team won Turkish Cup
    • Quigley won Turkish Cup MVP
    • Team also won bronze medal in Euroleague play
  • 2014-15: Wisla Krakow (Poland)
    • Team won PLKK and made it to Euroleague group stage
  • 2012-13: Pecs 2010 (Hungary)
    • Obtained Hungarian citizenship
    • Led team to a third-place finish in the league
    • Played for Hungarian national team in their qualifying rounds for the 2013 EuroBasket Championships
  • 2010-11: Pecs 2010 (Hungary)
    • Hungarian championship and Hungarian Cup.
  • 2009-10: Pecs 2010 (Hungary)
  • 2008-09: Mersin Buyuksehir Belediyesi SK (Turkey)

COLLEGE

  • One of just four players in DePaul Blue Demons’ history to score over 2,000 points in her career
  • 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
  • Named to the 2008 All-Big East second team
  • Big East Academic All-Star

PERSONAL

Allie Quigley (born June 20, 1986) is a guard for the Chicago Sky. She was raised in Joliet, IL and played college basketball at DePaul. Quigley has a sister, Sam, and two brothers, Jake and Ryan. Her sister was the second leading scorer (13.1 PPG) for DePaul in 2009-10. Her brother Ryan was a pitcher on the baseball team at Saint Xavier University. In December 2018, Quigley married Courtney Vandersloot, who also plays in the WNBA for the Chicago Sky.

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