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#22 Shay Doron
Position: Guard
Height: 5'9"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Ramat Hasharon, Israel
High School: Christ the King
Doron's Honor Roll
• Honorable Mention AP All-American (2007)
• Preseason Wade Trophy Candidate (2006, 2007)
• Wooden Award preseason candidate (2006, 2007)
• Naismith Award preseason candidate (2007)
• Kodak/WBCA Honorable Mention All-American (2005)
• Kodak/WBCA Region II All-American (2005)
• Lowe's Senior CLASS Award Candidate (2007)
• First team Senior CLASS All-America Team (2007)
• First team All-ACC (2005)
• Second team All-ACC (2006)
• Third team All-ACC (2004)
• First team All-ACC Tournament (2004)
• ACC All-Freshman Team (2004)
• Jewish Sports Review All-America (2004, 2005, 2006, 2007)
• Terrapin Classic Most Valuable Player (2006)
• Terrapin Classic All-Tournament team (2004, 05, 06)
• Preseason All-ACC (2005-06)
• Junkanoo Jam Most Valuable Player (2006)
• Terrapin Classic Most Valuable Player (2006)
• BTI Classic All-Tournament team (2007)
• Rookie of the Week (twice in 2004)
• ACC Player of the Week (2005, 2006)
• ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA 2nd team Academic All-America (2006, 2007)
• ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA 1st team All-District 2 (2006, 2007)
• ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA 2nd team All-District 2 (2005)
• All-ACC Academic team (2006, 2007)
• Greater Washington Jewish Community Center Sports Hall of Fame Inductee (2006)
• National Jewish Sports Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete (2006)

International Experience
Guided the Under-20 Israeli National Team to the 2005 Division B European Championship title in Brno, Czech Republic, the first-ever international tournament title for an Israeli women's team ... averaged a tournament-best 24.7 points per game, in leading Israel to a perfect 6-0 mark and Most Valuable Player honors ... participated in the 2005 Maccabi Games in Israel, where she led the USA to a 5-0 record and a gold medal ... selected Maccabi MVP, her second tournament honor of the summer ... went on to be named Athlete of the Month in July of 2005 by Israel's Safsal Newspaper ... played for Israel's national team during the summer of 2003 ... first Israeli to be named MVP of the European National Tournament and was also the MVP of the qualifying round played in Turkey ... top scorer in the semifinal round of the European Championships played in Greece ... drew a record six charges against the Croatian National Team.

2006-07
Finished her four-year career ranked second in career scoring (1,878), trailing only all-time great Vicky Bullett ... owns career records for free throws made (492), free throws attempted (613) and field goals attempted (1,504) ... fell just one percentage point short of the free throw percentage mark, posting 80.3 percent over her career from the charity stripe ... also leaves ranked in the top 15 in scoring average (14.0 ppg, 7th), field goals made (618, T7th), assists (411, 6th), steals (223, 8th), three-point field goals made (150, 3rd), three-point field goals attempted (444, 3rd) and three-point shooting percentage (.338, 14th) ... has played in the most games of any player in Maryland history, appearing in 134 games, while starting in a school-record 119 games ... ranked in the top 25 among all-time scorers in the ACC ... fifth all-time in the ACC in free throws made, and in the top 20 in free throws attempted and field goals attempted ... an Honorable Mention Associated Press All-American ... selected to the Senior CLASS All-America Team after being named a finalist for the CLASS Award ... preseason candidate for Wade Trophy, Wooden Award and Naismith Award for the second-straight year ... selected to the BTI Class All-Tournament team after averaging 16.3 ppg over the three games ... was named the Junkanoo Jam Tournament MVP after scoring 23 points on 9-for-11 shooting, adding six rebounds and seven assists in the championship game vs. Mississippi ... reached the 500-rebound plateau for her career in the won over Boston College in early February ... for the fourth-consecutive season, ranked among the top single-season scorers in the ACC ... third in the conference with an 82.5 free throw percentage on the year ... selected to the Jewish Sports Review All-America team for the fourth-consecutive year ... named ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District 2 for the third-straight year, earning a spot on the 1st team for the second time ... also voted to the second team ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-America team and All-ACC Academic team for the second time.

2005-06
Second player in school history to earn All-ACC honors three times, earning a spot on the second team ... 21st player in school history to score 1,000-career points, reaching the milestone against Xavier in the second game of the season, her 64th-career game, the school record until teammate Crystal Langhorne broke the mark later in the season ... became the school's all-time free throw record holder against St. John's, ending the season with 416 ... one of three players in school history to have two 500-point seasons ... a preseason Wooden Award and Wade Trophy candidate national player of the year candidate ... preseason All-ACC ... opened the season with back-to-back 23-point games and was tabbed ACC Player of the Week ... made a dramatic improvement from the three-point line, knocking down 38.4 percent of her attempts, up nearly 100 percentage points from the previous season ... went 17-for-29 (.586) from the floor in the first two games, also shooting 5-for-9 from three-point range with 11 rebounds ... reached double figures in 13-consecutive games from Nov. 25-Jan. 5 ... 16 points and six rebounds vs. then-No. 9/9 Michigan State at the Paradise Jam ... returned home to score 20 points on 6-for-10 shooting (2-for-3 from three), handing out five assists against Appalachian State ... recorded first-career double-double, posting 17 points and a then-career high 10 assists at Monmouth, playing the point guard position for most of the game in the absence of Kristi Toliver, who was out with injury ... went on to take over the point guard duties for most of the next six games while Toliver sat out ... ... followed up with another double-double against Arizona, scoring 12 points and dishing out a career-high 13 assists ... scored 26 points in both games of the Terrapin Classic, going 17-for-25 (.680) and 8-of-11 (.727) on threes, en route to tournament Most Valuable Player honors ... hit a clutch three pointer with 57 seconds remaining in overtime, then knocked down a pair of free throws to seal up the team's ACC opener at No. 19/21 Boston College ... finished the game with 13 points and eight rebounds ... career-high nine rebounds at Wake Forest ... 26 and 23 points in back-to-back wins against Miami and Virginia ... 4-for-4 from three-point land against the Hurricanes and 12-for-13 from the charity stripe vs. the Cavaliers ... nine assists in the road win at NC State ... scored 12 in the ACC Tournament quarterfinal against Georgia Tech despite a deep thigh bruise that limited her playing time ... 17 points and five rebounds vs. Sacred Heart in the NCAA Tournament, going 7-for-10 from the floor ... nearly perfect from the free throw line against St. John's, hitting nine of 10 ... a team-high tying 16 points with four steals in the championship game of the NCAA Tournament vs. Duke ... had eight 20-point games and 14 with five or more assists ... ranked in the top 10 in the ACC in two categories (9th, 3.92 assists per game; 6th, .828 free throw percentage) and in the top 15 in four others (12th, 13.4 ppg; 12th, .384 3-point percentage; 13th, 1.47 3-pointers made; 13th, 1.26 assist-to-turnover ratio) ... named second team ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-America, first team Academic All-District 2 team and Academic All-ACC team and ACC Honor Roll ... inducted into the Greater Washington Jewish Community Center Sports Hall of Fame and named National Jewish Sports Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete.

2004-05
A Kodak/WBCA Region II All-American and Honorable Mention All-American ... first team All-ACC honoree, Maryland's first since 1994... one of 30 Midseason and Preseason Naismith Player of the Year candidates ... Street & Smith's Preseason Honorable Mention All-American and preseason All-ACC ... broke her own single-season free throw record, making a then-school record 145 ... owns the sophomore class record with 562 points, also the fifth-most single-season total in school history ... 17.6 points per game is the seventh-best average in a season in school history and also a class record ... voted ACC Player of the Week after scoring 37 points (Comcast Center record) in the upset win over eventual ACC Champion and then-No. 5/4 North Carolina, going 8-for-15 from the field and 20-for-22 from the charity stripe, adding seven rebounds and five steals ... followed up with 28 points vs. Georgia Tech and 39 points, tying a school record, at Florida State ... averaged 34.7 ppg, 6.0 rpg and 4.7 apg over that three-game span vs. UNC, GT and FSU from Jan. 9-16 ... at FSU, set career highs with 14 field goals made and five three-pointers made ... 26 points and eight rebounds in the overtime victory at Arizona ... Terrapin Classic All-Tournament selection after posting 18 and 26 points vs. Massachusetts and Marshall, respectively ... 20 points on 9-for-14 shooting at Miami, also going 2-for-2 from behind the three-point arc ... 26 double-figure games, including 12 with at least 20 points (tied for second most in the conference) and two 30-point performances ... in ACC games, averaged 19.8 ppg, which ranked third in the ACC, 5.2 rpg, 3.0 apg, .446 FG% and .800 FT%, ninth in the league ... ranked 50th nationally in scoring, third in the ACC ... also seventh in free throw percentage, 15th assists per game (3.22) and tied for 12th in steals (1.97) in the league ... first team ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District 2 ... ACC Honor Roll.

2003-04
Third team All-ACC, first freshman to ever be named All-ACC in school history ... All-Freshman team honoree ... first Terp since 1993 to be selected first team All-ACC Tournament ... set the then-single season Maryland free throw record with 136, breaking a 14-year old record ... introduced herself to Terrapin fans by making 23 free throws in first-collegiate appearance vs. Coppin State, tying an NCAA record ... also broke the school and ACC records for free throw attempts with 27 ... drew at least one charge in all but three games, including three in both games vs. Clemson ... garnered a co-Rookie of the Week nod after netting 32 points at Wake Forest, the seventh-most point total by a Terp in school history, also tying the then-Maryland freshman class record... had 18 double-digit outings, including four 20-point performances and a 30-point showing ... 25 points in her first-career appearance vs. Coppin State ... ACC Rookie of the Week on Dec. 1 after shooting a scorching .625 from the field at the Terrapin Classic, also earning a place on the Terrapin Classic All-Tournament squad ... scored 14 of her team-high 17 points in the first half in the loss at No. 1 Duke ... netted 14 of her game-high 22 points late in the second half, sparking a 25-9 run to help put Clemson away at home ... led Terps in scoring in both ACC Tournament games, including a 19-point, six-rebound effort in the near-upset of top-seeded Duke, en route to first team all-tournament honors ... 23-point effort vs. #19/19 LSU, going 11-for-12 from the charity stripe ... averaged 19.3 ppg and 4.5 rpg, shooting .429 from the field and from behind the three-point arc, while going 29-for-37 (.784) in the postseason, beginning with the 15-point victory over Florida State to advance in the ACC Tournament and including the one-point upset vs. #23 Miami (Fla.) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... led team in scoring 11 times throughout the season ... hauled down three or more rebounds 22 times, taking down a career-high nine in the ACC opener vs. Virginia and eight in the mid-season rematch vs. Wake Forest ... shot 40 percent or better from the field 13 times ... ninth in the ACC in scoring, eighth in free throw percentage ... 15th in assists (2.60) and three-point percentage (.300) in ACC-only games ... ACC Honor Roll.

Before Maryland
The first girls basketball player from New York to be named a McDonald's All-American, was also named third team Parade All-American as a senior ... Gatorade Player of the Year for New York her last two seasons ... Street and Smith's and Student Sports All-American ... named to MSG Network and Newsday's first team ... led Christ the King to the 2002 New York State Federation finals and to the 19th-consecutive Diocesan crown ... averaged 17.2 points, 4.2 assists, 5.5 rebounds and 6.0 steals per game in her final season ... Christ the King was ranked No. 1 in the country her senior year ... Battle of the Borough's MVP ... first team all-borough ... listed on USA Today's Super 25 list, All-Star Girls Report and Blue Star Report Top 10 guard ... picked USA Today Junior All-American ... awarded the Nike Tournament of Champions Player of the Tournament honor ... New York State Class A All-State second team selection ... played for Rotenberg High School in Tel Aviv prior to moving to New York City... led her city squad to three state championships and two cup championships ... also competed in track and field in Israel and won over 60 medals in various events.

Personal
Also calls Great Neck, N.Y., home ... has served as a team representative on the Student-Athlete Advisory Council (S.A.A.C.) ... majoring in criminal justice ... daughter of Yuda and Tamari Doron ... has one sister, Netta (22) who attends the University of Pennsylvania ... her mother, Tamari, was a member of the Israel's National Volleyball Team, while her father, Yuda, was a decathlete ... born in Israel

Doron's Career Highs
Points: 39, at Florida State (1/16/05)
FGM: 14, at Florida State (1/16/05)
FGA: 23, twice (last at Florida State, 1/16/05)
3FGM: 5, at Florida State (1/16/05)
3FGA: 10, Massachusetts (12/29/04)
FTM: 23, Coppin State (11/21/03)*
FTA: 27, Coppin State (11/21/03)**
Rebounds: 9, twice (last at Wake Forest, 1/29/06)
Assists: 13, Arizona (12/11)
Steals: 7, Monmouth (12/12/04)
Blocks: 2, twice (last at North Carolina, 2/9/06)
Minutes: 43, at Florida State (1/16/05)
* ties NCAA record; ** ACC record

Doron's Career Statistics

Year GP/GS Min-Avg FG-A Pct 3FG-A Pct FT-A Pct OR-DR Reb-Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts-Avg
2003-04 30/18 823-27.4 121-327 .370 27-80 .338 136-176 .773 40-71 111-3.7 71-1 66 96 1 38 405-13.5
2004-05 32/32 1044-32.6 189-444 .426 39-136 .287 145-182 .797 35-105 140-4.4 68-2 103 100 9 63 562-17.6
2005-06 38/35 1192-31.4 160-401 .399 56-146 .384 135-163 .828 27-116 143-3.8 80-2 149 118 11 67 511-13.4
2006-07 34/34 929-27.3 148-332 .446 28-82 .341 76-92 .826 37-100 137-4.0 75-2 93 68 5 55 400-11.8
TOTAL 134-119 3988-29.8 618-1504 .411 150-444 .338 492-613 .803 139-392 531-4.0 294-7 411 382 26 223 1878-14.0

Doron's Career vs. ACC

Year GP/GS Min-Avg FG-A Pct 3FG-A Pct FT-A Pct OR-DR Reb-Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts-Avg
2003-04 15/7 420-28.0 58-165 .352 15-50 .300 61-84 .726 23-3861-4.1 36-1 39 41 0 19 192-12.8
2004-05 14/14 470-33.6 90-202 .446 17-57 .298 80-100 .800 15-58 73-5.2 37-1 42 45 3 27 277-19.8
2005-06 14/14 476-34.0 56-158 .354 19-55 .345 48-63 .762 13-45 58-4.1 32-0 45 40 4 23 179-12.8
2006-07 14/14 373-26.6 58-143 .406 9-26 .346 20-25 .800 17-32 49-3.5 32-1 37 27 1 13 145-10.4
TOTAL 57/49 1739-30.5 262-668 .392 60-188 .319 209-272 .768 68-173 241-4.2 137-3 163 153 8 82 793-13.9

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