AS A GRADUATE STUDENT: Joined the lacrosse team on April 9 after leading the women's basketball team to a second consecutive appearance in the NCAA National Championship game ... played in six games for the Irish, seeing action on offense and defense ... scored only goal of career from the free position with five seconds remaining in a 22-2 Senior Day win against Cincinnati ... also collected three ground balls and one draw control ... earned a monogram.
2007-2012: Was a part of the Notre Dame women's basketball team for five seasons ... missed her sophomore year after suffering a torn left anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) just seven games into the season ... two-year captain ... averaged 5.8 PPG in 29.4 minutes of action a game for career ... at time of graduation was school's all-time leader in games played (151) ... started 74 games throughout career ... at time of graduation was fifth in school history in steals (272) and three-point field goal attempts (466) and sixth in three-point field goals made (153) ... won five Monograms while with the Irish women's basketball team.
PREP AND PERSONAL: Standout prep lacrosse midfielder during three-year career at McDonogh School in Owings Mills, Md. ... 2006 high school All-Tewaaraton Team ... two-time honorable mention All-America (U.S. Lacrosse), IAAM A Conference All-Star and all-metro/all-county selection (2005, 2006) ... led team to IAAM A Conference championship game in 2006 ... born in Baltimore, Md. ... younger of two children ... daughter of Wendy and Bob Mallory, Jr. ... earned bachelor's degree in management-entrepreneurship from the Mendoza College of Business in May 2011 ... attended Notre Dame as an unclassified graduate student in 2011-12 ... earned certificate of merit for participation in Notre Dame's Rosenthal Leadership Institute in 2007-08.
Mallory's Lacrosse Career Statistics