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2007-2008: Enters her senior year as an established star in the Capital Athletic Conference . . . is a smart player that has a knack for making the right plays for the Spartans . . . is an outstanding shooter from 15 feet and in . . . is an offensive threat on the perimeter but also can get to the basket and the free throw line . . . is deceptively strong despite her thin frame. . . is a very good rebounder . . . has the ability to get up and down the floor like a guard . . . has scored 1,165 points in her three years at York. . . is a Spartan co-captain.
2006-2007: Continued her great Spartan career, starting and scoring in each of York’s 27 games during the season . . . garnered Capital Athletic Conference first-team honors for the third consecutive year . . . eclipsed the 1,000 point mark for her career with a 12 point effort against Elizabethtown on January 22 . . . led the green and white in scoring with an average of 16.6 . . . high scorer for York in 16 of 27 contests . . . snatched team-leading eight rebounds per game . . . ranked second in the CAC in points per game and rebounds per game . . . registered 69 assists good for 2.6 per contest . . . improved on the defensive end compiling 44 steals and 19 blocks . . . ranked fifth in the CAC averaging over 33 minutes per game. . . made 97 trips to the charity stripe shooting 80% from the line . . . recorded new career highs with 31 points, 13 field goals made, and 25 shot attempts in the Spartan overtime victory against Rowan on January 5 . . . grabbed a career-best 15 rebounds on December 11 in the green and white’s 83-64 defeat of Lincoln . . . had ten 20-plus point performances . . . made nine of ten free throw attempts on two occasions during the year, both career highs . . . recorded seven double-doubles. . . established a new career-high in assists dishing out seven against Goucher on January 25.
2005-2006: Had another outstanding year as she played in and started all 27 games for the year . . . was named first-team All-Capital Athletic Conference, the second straight year she earned conference accolades . . . led the Spartans in scoring as she averaged 13.6 points per game . . . pulled down 5.7 rebounds per game while she also had 37 steals, 14 blocked shots, and 38 assists . . . shot 69% from the free throw line as she tied for the team lead in trips to the charity stripe with 84 . . . ranked fourth in the Capital Athletic Conference in scoring and 14th in rebounding . . . recorded two double-doubles during the season with 19 points and 10 rebounds against Goucher on November 30 and 18 points and 11 rebounds against St. Mary’s on January 14 . . . established a new career high with 27 points in the near upset of Mary Washington on January 21 . . . pulled down a season-high 11 rebounds in the January 14 win over St. Mary’s . . . handed out a career-high five assists in the January 25 win at Gallaudet. . . scored at least four points in every game as she reached double figures in 20 contests . . . had four 20-plus point performances during the season . . . grabbed at least one rebound in all 27 games including a trio of double-digit efforts.
2004-2005: Made an immediate impact on the Spartan squad as she was named the Capital Athletic Conference Rookie-of-the-Year and also earned second-team All-CAC honors . . . played in and started all 26 Spartan contests . . . was the Spartans’ second-leading scorer as she averaged 13.5 points per game . . . was the Spartans’ leading rebounder, pulling down 7.5 boards per contest . . . poured in a season-high 25 points in the January 10 game vs. McDaniel . . . pulled down a career-high 14 rebounds in her first collegiate game, a win over William Paterson on November 20 . . . scored in all but one contest during the year . . . reached double figures in 20 of her 26 games including two 20-plus point efforts . . . recorded a team-high seven double-doubles for the season . . . shot 45.2% from the floor and 38.5% from beyond the arc . . . converted 63.6% of her free throw attempts including nailing her last 11 straight free throws during the season . . . handed out a season-high four assists in the February 12 contest against St. Mary’s.
Personal: Is the daughter of Jim and Penny Daly . . . born on January 10, 1986 . . . is a Nursing major . . . played for Harry DeFrank at Trinity High School . . . was a member of the 2000-01 Pennsylvania state championship team as a freshman . . . Trinity was the state runner-up and District III runner-up Daly’s sophomore year and the District III champions during her junior year . . . sister Allison is a freshman at St. Francis University where she will play basketball.