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Katie Sheahin
Katie  Sheahin


Brookeville, Md.

High School:
Our Lady of Good Counsel



2011-12 (Junior): Earned second-consecutive MAAC Defensive Player of the Year, becoming second player in conference history to earn the award in back-to-back seasons... Was named to All-MAAC First Team... Only Greyhound to start all 30 games, and set a single-season record with a 37.3 minutes per game average... Led Loyola and ranked third in the MAAC with 15.1 points per game... Her 453 points are the sixth-most in single season history, while her 49 made 3-pointers are the third-most in a single season... Led the MAAC with 3.4 steals per game and had 102 total steals... Led Loyola in scoring 13 times and steals 20 times... Scored a game-high 21 points in a MAAC Quarterfinal loss to Niagara... Had 19 points, five rebounds, three steals, three blocks and three assists vs. Marist (2/26)... Scored team-high 16 points at Fairfield (2/24)... Had 19 points and four steals at Iona (2/19)... Scored 13 points, hitting seven-of-eight from the free-throw line, and had three steals in a win against Fairfield... Broke the school all-time career steals record and scored her 1,000th career point, notching 19 points and three steals in a win over Iona (2/10)... Scored 11 points and had six steals in win at Niagara (1/29)... Scored 14 points, grabbed seven rebounds, had six steals, handed out five assists and made three blocks in loss at Canisius (1/27)... Made six steals while handing out a game-high seven assists and grabbing seven rebounds in win at Manhattan (1/22)... Scored 16 points and pulled down 11 boards at Marist (1/20)... Had 19 points and nine rebounds in win over Siena (1/15)... Notched 19 points and seven rebounds while making three steals at Rider(1/9)... Scored 17 points and had two steals at Siena (1/7)... Notched her first double-double of the season with 16 points and 10 rebounds vs. Manhattan (1/4)... Scored a team-high 16 points while also grabbing five rebounds and recording three steals vs. Niagara (1/2)... Led Loyola with 15 points to go with six rebounds four steals and four assists at Towson (12/29)... Scored game-high 22 points while dishing out three assists at American (12/21)... Was named MAAC Player of the Week on Dec. 19... Matched a career-high with 28 points, while also handing out seven assists and recording three steals at George Washington (12/18)...Scored a game-high 19 points to go with eight rebounds at Mount St. Mary's (12/10)... Tied a career-high with three blocks while scoring six points, grabbing five rebounds, handing out four assists and collecting three steals at Lehigh (12/5)... Scored 17 points, grabbed eight rebounds and dished out a game-high five assists in a win over Army (12/3)... Had 10 points, including two 3-pointers, as well as a team-high six assists in a win over Howard (11/27)... Scored 14 points and grabbed nine rebounds vs. UMBC (11/22)... Made a career-high eight steals at Pittsburgh, tied for the second-most in a single game in school history, while also grabbing nine rebounds (11/18)... Tied a career-high with seven steals while scoring six points in a win over Navy (11/13)... Led the team with 13 points and seven rebounds to go with three steals at Maryland (11/11)... Preseason All-MAAC First Team selection.

2010-11 (Sophomore): Named MAAC Defensive Player of the Year... Earned All-MAAC Second Team honors... Named to 2010-11 Spark Energy MAAC All-Tournament Team... Started all 34 games for the Greyhounds... Scored in double figures in the final 12 games of the season and 23 of the 34 total games... Finished second on the team in scoring, averaging 13.1 points per game... Also averaged 6.0 rebounds, 3.9 assists and 1.1 blocks per game... Shot 63.6% (84-132) from the free-throw line... Led the MAAC and ranked second in the nation with 3.5 steals per game... Scored 27 points and hit the game-winning shot at Old Dominion in WNIT first round (3/16)... Tied a 14-year old school record with a career-high 11 assists against Mount St. Mary's (12/11)... Played in a career high 43 minutes against Siena (2/12)... Scored a career-high 28 points in overtime win at Iona (2/25).

2009-10 (Freshman): Named to MAAC All-Rookie Team... Made her collegiate debut against Towson University (12/3), scoring eight points and having two rebounds... Had a scoring average of 8.8 points per game... Played in a total of 24 games and started nine... Averaged 28 minutes per game...Shot 70-percent in free throws and averaged 4.6 rebounds a game... Had 41 assists, 21 blocks and 51 steals...She had eight rebounds against Marist (2/19)... Her best assists came against Rider (1/8) where she had four... Against Canisius (1/18), she had four steals, her best in a game...Her best blocked shots came against Marist (2/19) where she had three...Played in 39 minutes against Fairfield (3/5), scoring 14 points...Best scoring came against Marist (2/19) where she had 16 points, eight rebounds, three blocks and three steals...In her first year as a Greyhounds, Sheahin has played in a total of 671 minutes, shooting 70-percent from the free throw line...Has 110 rebounds, 21 blocks, 41 assists, 51 steals and 211 points.

High School: Was a four-year letterwinner at Our Lady of Good Counsel in Brookeville, Md., for coach Tom Splaine... Helped lead the Falcons to the WCAC Championship, a City Championship and a No. 1 final ranking by the Washington Post during the 2005-2006 season... Helped the team to a WCAC championship in 2008-2009... Averaged 17 points, four assists, five boards, 3.4 steals and 2.3 blocks per game as a senior... Second all-time in scoring at Good Counsel... Received first-team Washington Post All-Metro accolades, as well as first-team all-county and All-Beltway as a senior... Also as a senior, was named WCAC player of the year, team MVP and received the Robert L. Windlan Most Outstanding Female Athlete Award... Earned two player of the week nods in 08-09, once by Channel 7 ABC and once by Channel 8 Washington D.C.... Played AAU ball for Coach Herb Krusen of the Maryland Flames Elite... Helped the Flames finish second in the nation in 2007-2008 and third place in 2006-2007... A member of the National Honor Society... Earned first honors for academics... Received the coaches' award for grades in 2006-2007.

Personal: Kaylyn Mary Sheahin... Born in Rockville, Md.... Parents are Bob and Linda Sheahin... Has two older brothers, Bobby and Chris... Bobby played football at Salisbury and Chris plays for Towson... Father played football for the University of Mississippi... Active in community service and volunteers at nursing homes...Majoring in general business.





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