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Linnel Macklin

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Bowie, Md.

High School:
Bowie

Height:
5-9

Position:
Guard

Major:
Biology

Linnel Macklin

Career: Currently ranks eighth in three-point field goals made (75) and third in three-point field goal percentage (.323).

2013-14:
Played in 28 games drawing 21 starts...averaged 9.8 points, 3.7 rebounds and 1.5 assists per game in 25.7 minutes...led the team with 43 three-pointers...second on the team in scoring...scored 14 points and grabbed eight boards in the season opening win over Rider (11/8)...chipped in 16 points against Columbia (11/15)...added 12 points and six rebounds at Loyola (11/29)...scored in double-figures in three straight games, at California (13), at Army (11) and against Navy (12)...tallied 13 points against American (1/18)...notched a career-high 25 points on a career-best 7 three-pointers at Colgate (1/29)...scored in double-figures against Bucknell (2/5)...knocked down three triples on her way to 17 points against Holy Cross (2/19)...tallied 11 points at Lehigh (2/22)...chipped in 14 points against Colgate (2/26)...scored 11 points in the Patriot League Tournament Quarterfinals at American (3/6).

2012-13:
Appeared in 30 games, starting 27...Averaged 5.0 points, 2.8 rebounds, 1.2 assists and 0.9 steals per contest...Went 52-for-189 from the field (27.5%), 26-of-71 from behind the three-point line (36.6%) and 20-for-31 from the charity stripe (64.5%)...Her .366 percentage from beyond the arc ranks fifth all-time at Lafayette for a single season...Notched multiple career-high's in Lafayette's upset win over Pittsburgh on Dec. 1 including points (15), steals (4), three-point field goals (4), total field goals (5) and minutes (35)...Matched a career-high with seven rebounds in the games against Rider (11/27) and Colgate (1/30)...Dished out a career-high five assists at Fordham (12/29)...Sent back one shot in two games to tie a career-high in blocks versus St. Joseph's (12/5) and Navy (1/13)...Posted five other double-digit performances on the season against Providence (12/30, 10 pts.), Columbia (1/9, 10 pts.), Holy Cross (1/23, 12 pts.), Lehigh (1/26, 10 pts.) and Holy Cross (2/20, 14 pts.).

2011-12:
Appeared in 28 games, including two starts...Averaged 2.5 points and 1.0 rebounds in 10.1 minutes per game...Registered eight steals, five assists and one blocked shot...Knocked down six three-pointers...Played four minutes in her collegiate debut at Rider on Nov. 11...Logged six minutes against Princeton on Nov. 14...Played five minutes at Syracuse on Nov. 19...Came off the bench for six minutes in the victory over Wagner on Nov. 25...Played six minutes against Monmouth on Nov. 27...Played a career-high 13 minutes, grabbing two rebounds, at Penn on Nov. 30...Hauled in an offensive rebound in the win over Manhattan on Dec. 3...Came off the bench at Bryant on Dec. 11...Logged two minutes in the win at St. Francis (N.Y.) on Dec. 21...Scored the first four points of her career and grabbed four rebounds at No. 5 Maryland on Dec. 28...Knocked down a three-pointer in the win over East Carolina on Dec. 29...Logged five minutes off the bench at Pittsburgh on Dec. 31...Scored six points in the win over Columbia on Jan. 4...Logged seven minutes against Navy on Jan. 7...Played two minutes at Army on Jan. 11...Poured in a career-high nine points in addition to three steals in the win at Bucknell on Jan. 14...Scored five points against Holy Cross on Jan. 18...Scored two points off the bench at Lehigh on Jan. 21...Grabbed two boards in the win over Colgate on Jan. 25...Scored two points at American on Jan. 28...Posted three points and three rebounds at Navy on Feb. 4...Made her first career start and tallied four points and three rebounds against Army on Feb. 8...Scored two points against Bucknell on Feb. 11...Netted two points at Holy Cross on Feb. 15...Registered one steal and one rebound against Lehigh on Feb. 18...Scored a career-high 13 points in 22 minutes at Colgate on Feb. 22...Posted 11 points fueled by three three-pointers against American on Feb. 25...Scored five points with a rebound and an assist in the Patriot League Tournament Quarterfinals at American on March 1.

At Bowie: 2011 First Team All-County...2009 All-Prince George's County 4A League...Two-year team captain...Averaged 20 points and six rebounds per game as a junior...Graduated in the top one percent of her class...Vice President of National Honor Society...Maryland Distinguished Scholar.

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