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Lauren  Daugherty


Florham Park, N.J.

High School:
Hanover Park




Highlights | Women's Basketball vs Navy

Colleen Marshall hit a 15-foot jumper with :00.1 left in regulation to give Loyola University Maryland women's basketball a 44-42 win over the U.S. Naval Academy in the Patriot League Quarterfinals on Monday, March 7, 2016.


Highlights | Women's Basketball vs Holy Cross

Loyola University Maryland women's basketball defeated College of the Holy Cross, 58-45, on March 2, 2016.


Highlights | Women's Basketball vs Colgate

Loyola University Maryland women's basketball defeated Colgate University, 55-38, on Sunday, Feb. 21, as the Greyhounds celebrated Women In Sports Day.


Highlights from the Greyhounds 2013-14 season

Highlights from the Greyhounds 2013-14 season


Freshman Lauren Daugherty hits a 3 pointer at the buzzer to send the game to overtime, but the Hounds ultimately fall to Colgate 67-65

Freshman Lauren Daugherty hits a 3 pointer at the buzzer to send the game to overtime, but the Hounds ultimately fall to Colgate 67-65


Women In Sports Day 2014

Loyola women's basketball hosted Women In Sports Day on February 23, 2014.


Loyola Women's Basketball vs. American

Loyola women's basketball hosted American on Field Trip Day 2014


Loyola Women's Basketball vs. Pittsburgh

Loyola women's basketball hosted the University of Pittsburgh on November 23, 2013.

2015-16 (Junior)
• Saw action in all 32 games for the Greyhounds
• Scored a season-high nine points in win over Lafayette
• Put six points, eight rebounds and one assist on the board against William & Mary
• Had a key 3-point basket in tournament win over Bucknell that sent the Greyhounds to the Patriot League Championship
• Averaged 11.9 minutes per game
• Earned a spot on the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll

2014-15 (Sophomore)

• Led the team in blocks (22), 13th in the Patriot League
• Second on the squad in total rebounds (122)
• Played the last 52.29 minutes of the season without a turnover
• Scored in double-figures twice, including a season-high 14 versus Army
• Grabbed five or more rebounds in five games during the month of January
• Shot 71-percent from the floor (5-of-7) against Army, making a career-high two treys in the same contest
• Played all 40 minutes at Holy Cross
• Recorded a career-high four blocks at Bucknell, one short of Loyola’s single-game record

2013-14 (Freshman):
• Put the fans on their feet inside Reitz Arena, after sinking a buzzer-beater three to push the game into overtime against Colgate
• Grabbed a season-best eight rebounds versus the Raiders
• Made first collegiate start at American, recording seven points and seven rebounds
• Played 33 minutes at West Point, going 9-for-13 from the free-throw line and recording the first double-digit score of her career
• In the month of January she averaged more points in 30 days, than the first two months of her collegiate career
• Scored first basket in the green and grey uniform at Towson
• Made collegiate debut in the season opener at Maryland

Before Loyola:
• Scored the game-winning basket for Hanover Park High School in the 2013 MCT Semifinal victory
• Grabbed a team-best 24 rebounds in the MCT Semifinal victory
• Two-year varsity captain that led the team to the conference championship victory in her senior year
• Four-year varsity starter, helping the Hornets to an 81-25 record
• Named two-time All-Conference and All-County her junior and senior years
• Led Hanover Park in scoring and rebounding as a junior and senior
• Member of the First Team All-Daily Record, Morris County Tournament All-Tournament Team, and Star Ledger’s First Team All-County and All-State All-Group 2 Second Team in 2013...
• Ended high school career fifth in points with 1,297
• Holds school’s record for all-time single season blocks, with 103 stops
• Left Hanover Park as the all-time leader in rebounds, totaling 916 boards
• Averaged 17.5 points, 11.8 rebounds, 2.5 assists, and 3.8 blocks as a senior
• Played AAU ball for Ring City
• Won the Music City Tournament in 2011, and was named to the All-Tournament Team

Daughter of Beth and Ray Daugherty
• Father, Ray, played football at Susquehanna University
• Has two brothers, Kyle and Brad
• Named Hanover Park’s NJSIAA Scholar Athlete
• Was a member of Antioch Leader, Relay for Life and Erase/International Club
• Majoring in elementary education


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