On Magor: Talented two-handed attacker ... tough player with good game sense and ability to find the back of the net ... played for the Australian World Cup championship team in 2005.
2007 (Junior): Started all 20 games for the second straight season ... third on the team with 33 goals while her 46 points were fifth ... added 13 assists ... had seven draw controls and ground balls ... recoded a point in all 20 contests ... two goals in both of Maryland's NCAA Tournament games at Penn (5/19) and against Yale (5/13) ... two assists in the ACC Tournament against Virginia (4/27) ... career high with five goals at Virginia Tech (4/22) ... picked up a hat trick against Loyola (4/13) and at Georgetown (4/3) ... two goals against Stanford (3/28) ... three goals and two assists against Johns Hopkins (3/21) ... two goals at Virginia (3/14) ... career-high four assists at Richmond (3/7) ... two goals against Duke (3/3) and Boston College (2/24).
2006 (Sophomore): Started all 20 games at midfield ... tied for second on the team with 22 assists and tied for sixth with 16 goals ... her 38 points was fifth on the squad ... scored a point in 17 of the 20 games ... one goal and two assists at North Carolina in the NCAA Tournament (5/14) ... one goal at Princeton (5/3) ... one goal and an assist in back-to-back games against Boston College (4/22, 4/27) ... one goal and two assists against Georgetown (4/5) ... two goals and two assists against Virginia Tech (3/31) ... one goal and an assist against Ohio State (3/26) ... one goal and a season-high three assists against Penn State (3/24) ... two goals against Dartmouth (3/21) ... one goal and three assists versus Old Dominion (3/18) ... two assists at Brown (3/11) ... one goal against Virginia (3/7) ... one assist at Duke (2/25) and against Richmond (3/4) ... one goal and one assist in the first three games against Northwestern (2/13), Ohio (2/19), and George Mason (2/22).
2005 (Freshman): Played in 17 games and started five ... excelled on draws ... scored nine goals and two assists on the year ... contributed 19 draw controls ... scored a goal and won a pair of draws against Princeton in the NCAA Tournament (5/12) ... three points on a pair of goals and an assist in win over Loyola (5/7) ... also controlled four draws for the Terps ... came up with four critical draw controls and added two goals in thrilling overtime win over Princeton (5/4) ... scored a goal in first career start against Syracuse ... also helped Maryland to a 18-8 advantage on draws ... tough catch in front of the crease to help spark Maryland's 7-0 first half run in the win over North Carolina (4/16) ... also controlled a game-high four draws for the Terps ... one goal in the Terps' 8-0 second half run against Ohio State (3/27) ... also added three ground balls ... critical to Maryland's comeback against George Mason taking draw controls ... the Terps won the first six draws of the second half and converted goals on those possessions to climb back into the game ... also scored her first career goal.
Prep: Member of the Aussie U-19 team, helping the team to a second place finish in the World Championships in 2003 ... was the team's leading scorer with 12 goals and 14 assists ... also helped South Australia win senior state nationals in 2003 and 2004 ... member of the junior state team in 1998, and from 2000-03 ... played club lacrosse for Brighton, the same club as former Terps Jen Adams, Trish Adams, Tess McLeod and Sonia Judd ... helped the team to the A-Grade premiership in 2004, and runner-up finishes in 2001-03 ... A-Grade All-Star from 2002-04.
Personal: Casey Jai Magor was born Feb. 22, 1986 ... is the daughter of Marcia and Steve ... has one older sister, Kelly ... came to Maryland to study and live overseas ... majoring in kinesiology.
Magor's Career Statistics
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