Mary Lisicky
Mary  Lisicky


Whitehall, PA

High School:




The best three point and free throw shooter in Georgetown history...commands the opponent's attention and is a sure ball handler...holds three of the top four seasons ever in GU history for three pointers made...216 career threes and .390 three point percentage is tops all-time at GU...ranks fifth all-time in assists with 313, 15th in scoring with 1,067 points and 21st for steals with 113...GU's all-time best shooter from the charity stripe (167-200) .835.

Started 27-of-28 games and finished tops on the team in assists (88--29th best season ever), three pointers (68--fourth best season ever), three point percentage (.382--third in the BIG EAST) and free throw percentage (.882 - the highest single season mark in Hoya history)...totaled 93 rebounds, 35 steals and 354 points, 31st best season in GU history, during the season and scored in double digits 20 times...led Hoyas in scoring six times and in assists 12 times...finished the year #33 in nation for three pointers per game (2.4) and #37 in three point percentage (.382)...closed season tied at #3 in the BIG EAST for three pointers per game (2.43), #4 for assist to turnover ratio (1.60), #13 in assists (3.14) and #17 for scoring (12.6)...scored 10 points and had six boards plus five helpers, one block and one steal at P.C...nailed five threes and scored 23 points along with five helpers and four boards in 'Cuse game...hit for a career high 29 points and surpassed 1,000 points in her career, just the 19th player in Hoya history, at home against Rutgers...nailed her 200th three at Pitt and led team with 16 points and seven assists...broke GU's all-time three pointers record with two against Nova and finished with career first double-double (13 points, 11 rebounds-career high) and had two assists...second on the team in scoring with 14 off a season high 18 attempts and had five assists at WVU...connected on four threes and finished with 16 points plus four rebounds and three assists in a full 40 minutes at RU...had five assists and five steals along with 10 points at Miami...hit four threes and totaled 17 points along with six assists in win over Notre Dame...set a new career high with nine rebounds plus was the Hoya leader with 17 points, including five treys versus Maryland...tied a Georgetown record with seven threes, hitting 7-of-13 and totaling 23 points along with four assists in St. Francis victory...converted 11-of-11 from the stripe and led GU with 21 points in addition to five rebounds against Indiana... at GMU scored in double digits with 14 points and added six defensive rebounds...rang up nine points and led GU in assists with four at Lafayette...led team in scoring and assists at GW with 17 and six respectively.

The BIG EAST's third best three point shooter hitting .387 from downtown...placed fifth in the conference for three pointers per game (2.48), ninth in assists (4.34) and ninth in assist to turnover ratio (1.50)...a starter in all 29 games and averaged 35.8 minutes a's second leading scorer with 13.2 and led the Hoyas in assists with 126, the sixth best assist season in GU's leading scorer in seven games and the top assist person in 16...rained in 72 threes the third best season in GU history...scored 382 points on the year ranking as the 25th best point production in a season in Hoya history...hit on .835 (66-79) of free throw attempts ranking fifth all-time...posted game high 25 points at Richmond in WNIT and had six boards and four assists...handed out eight assists to go with nine points and five boards in First Round of BET against SHU...made three threes and had 17 points to go with five assists at Miami...hit 6-of-11 from the field and tied for team lead with 15 points at handed out seven assists and secured four rebounds...hit four straight free throws in final 20 seconds to defeat Syracuse at home...totaled 15 points, five rebounds and four assists as well...shot 50% from three point land to finish with 17 points and six assists in a win over West Virginia...scored 10, adding six assists and stealing a season high five balls against Notre Dame...tied for a team high with 14 points, hitting two threes in a win over Seton Hall...had 27 points by nailing six threes and hitting 5-of-6 from the line at home against Pitt...dialed it up four times from long distance and accounted for 14 points on a career high 21 field goal attempts at Virginia...never left the court during overtime victory at Syracuse, amassing nine points, five assists and four rebounds...came out firing in second half vs. Providence hitting five threes and totaling 18 points...also made three steals and dished six assists...led the Hoyas in scoring with 20 including six three pointers during home loss to Miami...scored the game winning three en route to a 14-point night against George Washington... set a career high with nine helpers against Niagara...tallied 13 points and had seven caroms...hit Hoyas' first bucket at Loyola on way to 13-point effort...also handed out five assists in 35 minutes...scored 13 points and snared six rebounds against Indiana...had 21 points against New Hampshire while recording eight assists in the win...named to the All-Tournament team at the Coca-Cola Charity Classic...scored 21 points against Northeastern, hitting six from behind the arc...followed up with a 15-point burst, shooting 5-of-6 from the trey line.

Started all 28 games, led the team in minutes played (1,069) and was named Georgetown's Co-MVP... tied for first in the BIG EAST in three-point field goals per game (2.71), and third in three-point shooting percentage (.400)...placed 13th in the BIG EAST in assists per game (3.54)...selected to the 2001-2002 BIG EAST All-Rookie Team...sank 76 three-pointers during the season setting a Georgetown single season record...earned BIG EAST Co-Rookie of the Week honors for the week ending December 17, 2001...shot an impressive .774 from the foul line...finished second on the team in total points scored (331)...was on the court for every minute of nine games...rifled in three or more treys in 13 games...a double figure scorer for GU 19 times and the team's leading point producer on four occasions...registered a season-high 21 points in games against George Washington (5-of-8 from three and 6-of-6 from the stripe) and American...tied Georgetown's single game mark for three-pointers in a contest with seven and added five boards and five assists at American...began her career with a 16 point, seven rebound and six assist effort vs. Farleigh's leading scorer in final game of year vs. Miami in the BIG EAST Tournament, hitting for 19 points plus five assists...rang up 18 points and kicked out six helpers at WVU...went 5-of-7 from beyond the arc and totaled 17 points in the Hawk Classic against Kansas...totaled 16 points in the Hoya win at Rutgers...tied a season high with seven caroms vs. Pittsburgh...had other five assists efforts against UMBC, Pittsburgh and Notre Dame.

High School
Holds the all-time school scoring record at Whitehall and led her team in scoring all four years...averaged 17 points, eight assists and three steals per game...named a Street & Smith All-American Honorable Mention and was also named a USA Today All-American Honorable Mention...played for the USA Select team in Paris, France...teamed up with current Hoya Bethany LeSueur for three years of AAU competition...the youngest of eight children...her brother, Peter, played basketball at Penn State and is third on the Nittany Lions' career scoring list....other brothers that played college sports include Gabe (basketball at East Tennessee State), Andy (football at Pennsylvania) and Jack (basketball at Scranton)...a member of the National Honor Society.

Lisicky's Career Highs
Points: 29 vs. Rutgers (02/21/04)
Rebounds: 11 vs. Villanova (01/31/04)
Assists: 9 vs. Niagara (12/30/02)
Steals: 6 vs. SHU (01/30/02)
Blocks: 2 vs. SHU (01/30/02)
Minutes: 45 at Syracuse (01/15/03)
FGs: 8 vs. Pittsburgh (1/29/03)
FGA: 21 at Virginia (01/26/03)
3PFGs: 7, two times
3PFGA: 13 Four Times
FTs: 11, two times
FTA: 13 vs. Rutgers (02/21/04)

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