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    Maggie Manning

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Lake Oswego, OR

    High School:
    Jesuit

    Height:
    5-6

    Position:
    Forward

    Birthdate:
    04/30/1984

    Club Team:
    Southside Alliance



    Veteran offensive player who has versatility to contribute at forward or midfield ... has the tools to be an impact player, as a proven goalscocer with strong ball skills ... looking to rediscover form of her strong 2003 spring and fall seasons, when she reported in top playing shape and made key strides in her production and pace of play ... came off the bench in NCAA showdown at Stanford for her best game of 2002 season, followed by impressive `03 spring in which she scored three goals in five games ... totaled seven goals and five assists (19 points) while playing in 53 games during first three seasons (six starts), gaining postseason experience in nine games (2 GS) ... has posted pair of two-goal games with the Irish (vs. Hartford in '03 and Texas Tech in '04, also had 2G in '05 spring game vs. Miami of Ohio) ... program's first monogram winner from Oregon ... previous ND players who have worn No. 13 include pair of All-Americans - forward Alison Lester (`94) and U.S. National Team defender Kate Sobrero (`98) ... posted 3.42 GPA in 2004 fall semester.

    AS A JUNIOR: Appeared in 13 games as member of deep forward unit, scoring pair of goals at Texas Tech (3-0) while logging season-high 53 minutes ... opened scoring in win over Red Raiders, on far-post shot from right wing (via pass from Ashley Jones) ... completed multiple-goal game by lobbing shot into upper right corner of net (after flick from Candace Chapman) ... totaled five points, with assist on game-tying goal in 2-1 win at Georgetown ... took pass from Schefter and crossed ball into penalty area for Amanda Cinalli, who roofed shot into topnetting ... played in key early-season wins over Santa Clara (5-2), Arizona State (2-1) and Connecticut (1-0) ... added postseason experience by playing in NCAA wins over Eastern Illinois (4-0), UConn (2-0) and in College Cup semifinal victory over Santa Clara (1-0) ... scored in preseason game in Brazil.

    AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in 22 of 24 games (dnp vs. ASU, Stanford) as mostly a top reserve forward (4G-2A, 3 GS) ... scored twice in opener vs. Hartford (9-1, at UConn Classic), taking pass from Jen Buczkowski and jamming home her own rebound before later tracking pass from Amanda Guertin and scoring on chip shot ... drew start vs. Oklahoma in ND Classic (5-1) ... her pass led to Guertin's late chip at St. John's (2-0) ... combined with Katie Thorlakson in sparking three-goal flurry (over 3:33) to start second half vs. Western Kentucky (5-0) ... her right-endline cross assisted on Thorlakson header vs. WKU ... ran onto Kim Lorenzen thru-ball and scored in ninth game (her first goal since opener), 8-1 win over North Texas ... tapped in endline cross from Vanessa Pruzinsky vs. Georgetown, later assisting on Guertin goal with pass down left side (6-0) ... drew NCAA starts vs. Loyola Chicago (5-0) and Michigan (0-1), with pass to top of box leading to Kim Carpenter's goal vs. Loyola.

    AS A FRESHMAN: Appeared in 18 games (3 GS, 1G-2A) ... played part in both goals of exhibition vs. North Carolina (in Fort Wayne), scoring on 14-yard shot ... helped fuel second-half surge vs. Hartford (2-1, at Maryland) ... played key role in OT goal that beat Rutgers (1-0), sliding her own deflected shot to Amy Warner for arching shot into upper left corner ... scored vs. Pittsburgh (5-0), taking feed from Warner and placing shot into far right corner ... sent pass to Warner for chip shot that capped 6-0 win over Syracuse ... had strong all-around performance at top-ranked Stanford in NCAA third round, entering in midfield after Chapman's early injury moved Mary Boland to defense.

    PREP & PERSONAL: Three-time leading scorer for nationally-ranked Jesuit HS ... named Gatorade and Oregonian state player of the year as a senior ... member of Olympic Development Region IV team ... led Jesuit to undefeated state-title seasons as sophomore ('99) and senior ('01), with one loss in 2000 ... scored winning goals in both title games ... posted nearly identical yearly goal totals (30-29-31), with 90 in career ... team captain and MVP ... four-year member of ODP (three years regional pool) ... member of Southside Alliance club that won three state titles (3rd at '00 regionals) ... second team all-state, first team all-league as junior (second team as sophomore) ... twice lettered in track ... posted second-fastest times in school history for 400 and 800 meters ... placed 4th in state 800 meters and 4x400 relay ... member of National Honor Society ... other Jesuit HS products who have earned varsity monograms at Notre Dame include All-America distance runner Pete Burger ('80), soccer midfielder Eric Evans ('87), current junior sabre fencers Valerie Providenza ('04 NCAA champ) and Angela Vincent, swimmer Roger Rand ('92), fencing epeeist John Haugh ('87) and four football players: offensive linemen Jim Ruzicka ('70) and Elton Moore ('77) and the brother combination of punter Brian and split end Kevin Doherty (both '74) ... other Lake Oswego natives among ND monogram winners include Evans, Vincent, football offensive guard Jim Leahy ('69; Lake Oswego HS), baseball pitcher Mike Miadich ('92; LOHS) and rower Catherine Sedun (`05) ... brother Tommy is fifth-year member of cross country/track teams at Georgetown ... daughter of Tom and Sheila Manning .... full name is Maggie Colleen Manning ... born April 30, 1984, in Portland, Ore. ... psychology major (minor in theology and gender studies) in College of Arts and Letters.

    Manning's Career Statistics

    YearGP-GSShGAPtsGW
    200218/3151240
    200322/32742100
    200413/0102151
    Totals53/65275191

    In the Postseason

    EventsGP/GSGAPtsGW
    BIG EAST2/00000
    NCAAs7/20000
    Totals9/20000

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