24 Micky Mallette
Micky Mallette

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Elmira Heights, N.Y.

High School:
Thomas Edison H.S. (USMAPS)

Height:
5-8

Position:
Guard

Experience:
3VL



2005-06 Season:
Appeared in 30 contests and made three starts ... averaged 8.9 minutes per game ... contributed 1.4 points and 1.0 rebounds per outing ... .842 free throw percentage ... chipped in 17 assists and five blocked shots ... scored a season-high six points against Albany ... tallied six points against Baylor, tying her season-high, including a 4 of 4 effort from the free throw line ... grabbed three rebounds against the Lady Bears ... dished out a season-high three assists and made her first steal of the season versus Lafayette ... tied her season-high with three helpers against Lehigh, and recorded a blocked shot against the Mountain Hawks ... tied season-highs with three rebounds and one blocked shot at Lafayette ... equaled her season high with a steal versus Tennessee in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

2004-05 Season:
Averaged 22.5 minutes per outing ... appeared in 26 games with 11 starts ... contributed 5.8 points and 3.0 rebounds per game ... .383 shooting percentage and .868 free throw percentage ... led team with nine blocked shots ... fourth with 26 steals ... also picked up 36 assists ... five double-figure scoring efforts ... set a career high with 12 points against Iona ... career performance against Savannah State with 12 points, eight rebounds and five assists in 31 minutes ... had 11 points against Central Connecticut ... career-best two blocks vs. Niagara ... 10 points against Bucknell ... contributed 11 points in Holy Cross game.

2003-04 Season:
Appeared in 20 games in reserve role ... averaged 1.7 points per game ... .433 shooting percentage ... also chipped in nine steals, nine assists and eight rebounds ... made season debut against Alaska Fairbanks at North Star Invitational ... also played two minutes against Niagara and hit first field goal of season ... seven points in homecoming game against Cornell ... also dished out three assists ... matched season high with three assists vs. American.

2002-03 Season:
Played in five games ... came off the bench versus Coast Guard, No. 4 Tennessee, Puerto Rico-Mayaguez, Fairleigh Dickinson and Lafayette ... recorded first Army basket against Puerto Rico-Mayaguez ... registered one rebound and one assist against the Bulldogs ... notched one board at FDU ... also recorded an assist in home-opener against the Bears.

High School:
Named IAC All-League first team in 2000 and 2001 ... three-time IAC first team All-Star ... led Thomas Edison High School to IAC Division II Championship ... team went undefeated in regular season (18-0) during senior year ... served as co-captain in 2000-01 ... finished basketball career ranked third all-time in scoring with 690 points at Elmira Heights ... ranked second in rebounding in Spartan history book with 422 boards ... three-year varsity starter ... played AAU ball for Crystal City Stars ... also ran cross country and track for five years... 2000 IAC Division II cross country all-star ... four-time team captain ... top-five scorer in every meet entered ... selected to New York State All-Academic team in 1999 and 2000 ... member of the 1999 IAC Championship team and 2000 Division II Championship squad ... leading scorer in track for three consecutive years ... set records in the 400-meter and 1,500-meter races ... also holds school record as a member of the 4x800 relay ... placed sixth in 200-meter dash at 1999 New York State Track Championships ... three-time IAC cross country all-star ... two-time Section IV all-star ... three-time all-academic team selection ... three-year captain ... named Kiwanis Athlete of the Year ... attended U.S. Military Academy Prep School in 2001-02 ... named team's most valuable player ... served as team captain ... averaged 17.0 ppg., 4.6 rpg., 2.2 spg. ... also recorded seven blocks.

Personal:
Given name Michelle Katherine Mallette ... born Oct. 30, 1983 ... parents' names are James and Kathy Mallette ... brothers, Chris and Brandon, both played collegiate basketball at Ithaca College ... graduated as class valedictorian ... class co-president all four years ... member of National Honor Society... 2000 Junior Rotarian ... received Elmira College Key Award ... given Team Xerox Award as a junior ... four-year member of High Five Society ... received International Language Award... Arctic League volunteer ... major is American Legal System.

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