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Victoria Macaulay
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Victoria Macaulay's Bio

About Victoria Macaulay

Position: Center

WNBA Years: 1

Height: 6-4

Weight: 165

Born: August 7, 1990 in Staten Island, N.Y.

High School: Curtis (Staten Island, N.Y.)

College: Temple ’13

Drafted: Undrafted

Acquired: Signed as a free agent, 2/6/17


A 2013 graduate of Temple who was in training camp with the Fever in 2014, power forward Victoria Macaulay hopes to break camp with Indiana in 2017…she made the opening day roster with Chicago in 2015, but was waived after four games…she has since played overseas in Poland, France and South Korea.



2016: She was waived in training camp with Connecticut.

2015: Macaulay had four points and four rebounds during 25 minutes of action, through four games with Chicago….she had two points with a block and a steal against Indiana, 6/5, in her WNBA debut.

2014: Macaulay was waived during training camp with the Fever.



2016-17: Playing in Nice, France, Macaulay played 16 games and averaged 15.8 points and 8.6 rebounds, before moving to South Korea in February…she played in February and March with the Shinhan Bank S-Birds in Anshan, South Korea…she posted a career-high 31 points scored with Nice in December.

2015-16: Playing with Energa in Torun, Poland, she averaged 12.0 points and 7.4 rebounds, while finishing fourth in the Polish BLK with 1.1 blocks per contest.

2014-15: Macaulay averaged 15.2 points, 7.7 rebounds and 1.6 steals while playing with Saces Mapei Napoli in the Italian League.

2013-14: Macaulay opened her pro career with Lavezzini Parma in the Italian A1 league…in 24 games she averaged 15.9 points, 9.3 rebounds, and 1.4 steals per game…she was named to Italian League All-Star Game.



Macaulay averaged 8.0 points and 6.1 rebounds during 121 games of a four-year career at Temple…she finished her college tenure ranked 22nd on Temple’s career chart in points (972), ninth in rebounds (740) and fourth in blocks (211).

2012-13: During 32 games as a senior, Macaulay averaged 14.1 points, 9.4 rebounds and 2.8 blocks per game…she paced the Atlantic-10 in blocks, and was sixth in scoring…her 91 blocks were fourth in a single season in Owls history…a Philadelphia Big 5 first-team honoree, she was an Atlantic-10 second team selection and a member of the A-10’s All-Defensive Team.

2011-12: Shooting a career-best 51 percent from the floor, she averaged 9.7 points and 7.5 boards per contest….she also recorded 1.7 blocks as a junior and was named the Philly Big 5 Most Improved Player.

2010-11: Her sophomore year yielded a 4.6-point scoring average with 4.5 rebounds per game.

2009-10: She averaged 3.0 points and 2.7 rebounds as a freshman.



Victoria Macaulay was born Aug. 7, 1990, in Staten Island, N.Y….she graduated from Temple with a degree in communications…she led Curtis High School and all of Staten Island in scoring as a senior, averaging 20 points per game in 26 contests…she was named Five Boro Sports’ Staten Island Girls’ Basketball Player of the Year, leading her team to its first division title since 2002…she scored a season-high 34 points against St. Joseph by-the-Sea…she earned the Island’s prestigious Jaques Award…she scored 20 or more points 12 times…Macaulay averaged 17.1 ppg and 10.6 rpg as a junior and led Curtis to a PSAL A League Championship…the 22-8 Warriors lost in the New York State Federation Class A Tournament semifinals to perennial powerhouse Christ the King…she was a first-team All-Staten Island pick by the New York Daily News as a junior…she played for club team NYC Gauchos.



(1) Signed by Indiana to a training camp contract, 4/25/14. (2) Waived by Indiana, 5/14/14. (3) Signed by Chicago to a training camp contract prior to the 2015 season. (4) Waived by Chicago, 6/16/15. (4) Signed a training camp contract with Connecticut prior to the 2016 season. (5) Waived by Connecticut, May 2016. (6) Signed by Indiana to a training camp contract, 2/6/17.

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