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Deirdre McQuillan   20
Deirdre  McQuillan


East Meadow, N.Y.

High School:
Holy Trinity




2011: All-MAAC Tournament Team and MAAC All-Academic Team selection...Played in and started all 16 games on attack...Led the team in goals (30), points (44) and hat tricks (six)...Ranked eighth in the MAAC with 14 assists...Posted five five-point games...Recorded a hat trick and finished with five points in MAAC Semifinals vs. Canisius (4/29)...Finished with five points and season-highs of four groundballs and four caused turnovers in Oyster Bay Classic win vs. Wagner (3/20).

2010: Played in 16 games starting 15...Fourth on the team with 26 points on 15 goals and 11 assists (the second-highest assist total on the team)...Had three-goal games in wins over Presbyterian (2/23) and Manhattan (4/9)...Tallied 15 ground balls and four caused turnovers...A MAAC All-Academic Team selection.

2009: Started all 16 games...Fourth on the team with 33 points (first among freshmen) on 22 goals and 11 assists...Scored game winning goal in season opener at Bryant (3/1)...Scored a season-high four goals in 13-7 win at Sacred Heart (3/14)...Tallied a season-high five points in 15-9 win over Central Connecticut (3/8)...Posted eight multi-goal games...Had 24 ground balls...Won 12 draw controls...Caused nine turnovers.

BEFORE SIENA: Four-year starter at attack...Named MVP as a senior...Selected All-League as a junior and senior...Won the Coach's Award during sophomore year...Lettered four years of volleyball and swimming and two years of diving...Volleyball team was Class A state champions her junior and senior years...As a senior, won the 7 Varsity Letter Award and the Outstanding Scholar Athlete Award...Diving team was the Class A champions her junior and senior year.

PERSONAL: Born October 27, 1990 in Rockville Center, N.Y....Daughter of Brian and Kathleen McQuillan...Has a younger sister named Cara...Hopes to become a teacher...Chose Siena because of the academic excellence and the athletic background fit well.


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