Saw action in 30 of Army's 31 games ... missed the Dartmouth contest ... called upon to make lone start against Cornell ... top Black Knight reserve ... recorded fifth-best scoring average at 5.6 ppg. ... registered in the scoring column 25 times ... scored in double digits six times ... hit 20 three-pointers to tie for ninth place on Army's single season chart ... team's top free throw shooter ... shot 82.4 percent from the charity stripe ... ranks fourth in the Academy's single season free throw record book ... tallied 10 perfect showings from the free throw line ... hit all six charity tosses at Lafayette on Feb. 11 ... went six-for-six en route to Army's 91-79 win over Bucknell ... also perfect from the line against No. 4 Tennessee, Columbia, Fairleigh Dickinson, Towson, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh and Colgate ... ignited Army's come-from-behind victory at Columbia ... scored all 11 points in second half in that outing ... grabbed a career-high four rebounds against Yale ... equaled mark at home against Lehigh, at American and in the Lehigh Patriot League Tournament game ... hit the game-winning trey to lift Army over service academy foe Air Force on Jan. 4 ... shot perfect 5-for-5 from the field, including two three-pointers in that game ... finished with 12 points against the Falcons ... dished out career-high four assists against Cornell ... also registered four assists in Patriot League title game at Holy Cross ... recorded 14 points against Bucknell improving her personal scoring mark ... scored career-high 18 points at American on Feb. 27 ... teamed with classmate Katie Macfarlane to score 25 of Army's 28 second half points against the Eagles ... scored 13 points in Army's 78-70 league tournament win over Lehigh ... tallied 42 assists ... stole the ball 13 times ... blocked two shots.
Spent season on junior varsity squad ... dressed, but did not see action against Albany, Colgate, Navy, Lehigh and Bucknell.
Played on junior varsity squad.
Helped team advance to state quarterfinals as a senior ... three-time Washington Observer All-Distinct II selection ... named 1996 Pittsburgh Diocesan All-Star... captained team as a sophomore, junior and senior ... selected Advertiser/Almanac "Rookie of the Year" in 1997 ... also named Advertiser/Almanac All-Area honorable mention as sophomore and junior ... three-time selection to McGuffy Tournament team ... 1997 McGuffy Tournament Most Valuable Player ... played AAU ball with the Bruins and Pennsylvania Lady Hoopsters ... also ran cross country and track for Peters Township High.
Given name Mallory Ann Fritz... born Oct. 18, 1981 ... parents' names are Tom and Allyson Fritz ... elected class president ... member of National Honor Society ... leader of Eucharist Minister at the Cadet Catholic Chapel ... majoring in Portuguese.