Terps celebrate Sweet Sixteen season, seniors at annual banquet
Alyssa Thomas scored 13 points to lead the Terps.
Quotes prior to Maryland and Michigan State's NCAA Tournament Second Round Matchup
Selection Monday Quotes
Thomas' triple-double leads Terps to 92-81 OT win over Wake
Maryland vs. Connecticut - AP Photos
Maryland women's basketball
Maryland v Quinnipiac
No. 12 Maryland vs. Quinnipiac - AP Photos
No. 10 Maryland vs. No. 15 North Carolina
Frese on Pavlech: "Chloe is a really bright young lady with a chance for a terrific future. She's really engaging and is already making an impact as a representative of our program. She got admitted to our top-ranked Journalism program as a freshman, which is really hard to do. On the court, she's already shown us that she's willing to work. She's gotten stronger and improved in various areas. We're going to need her to offer cover at both backcourt spots."
As a freshman (2012-13): Named to Blue Ribbon Panel All-ACC Freshmen Team...saw action in all 34 games and started in 31...named ACC Rookie of the Week (Jan. 28)...saw 25 minutes vs. Mount. St. Mary's and dished three assists with two boards (Nov. 9)...scored six points with four boards and three assists in 20 minutes at Loyola (Nov. 11)...dished eight assists with just two turnovers in first career start vs. American (Nov. 21)...hit back-to-back threes in a key first half run to lead Maryland to a win at #19 Nebraska (Nov. 28)...scored 10 points, all in the second half, with three assists and two steals in 38 minutes at #2 Connecticut (Dec. 3)...dished six assists with just two turnovers and three steals vs. Virginia (Dec. 6)...scored five points with four assists and just one turnover vs. George Mason (Dec. 8)...scored six points with three boards, two assists and just one turnover at Towson (Dec. 11)...hit two key threes, dished five assists and had three steals at Delaware (Dec. 20)...grabbed four boards and dished six assists with one turnover vs. Hartford (Dec. 29)...scored seven points with four boards at #15 UNC (Jan. 3). ..had six points off two threes with five assists vs. #19 Florida State (Jan. 6)...went 3-for-3 from outside the arc to score 20 points vs. #24 Miami (Jan. 10)...scored five points in a run of her own with a board and six assists vs. NC State (Jan. 17)...hit a clutch three in final minutes of win at Georgia Tech (Jan. 20)...scored 17 points, including 12 in the first half, off two three's and 6-6 shooting from the foul line, vs. #11 UNC (Jan. 24)...dished seven assists with five points and a steal at Clemson (Jan. 27)...dished six assists with a career-high five boards vs. Boston College (Feb. 3)...notched a career-high six steals with five points and five assists in 37 minutes at Wake Forest (Feb. 8)...hit a key three to take the lead in the second half at #5 Duke (Feb. 11)...dished eight assists with just two turnovers vs. Clemson (Feb. 14)...dished six assists with just two turnovers at Boston College (Feb. 21)...dished four assists and scored five points vs. No. 5 Duke (Feb. 24)...hit a three with three minutes to play and one to tie the game with 10 seconds left to go along with six assists at #24 Florida State (Feb. 28)...scored 14 points off four threes, including one to give the Terps a lead with 32 seconds left, in 42 minutes vs. Wake Forest (March 8)...scored eight points off two threes with six assists, two steals and one turnover vs. Michigan State in NCAA Second Round (March 25)...sunk four threes for 11 points in Sweet Sixteen vs. #3 Connecticut (March 30)...given team's Rookie Impact Award at annual banquet.
Before Maryland: Ranked No. 23 point guard on ESPN.com's Hoop Gurlz rankings with a scouts grade of 91...as a senior, averaged 14 ppg, 7 rpg, 5 apg, and 3 steals...Sporting News 2011 High School All-American Honorable Mention... Cincinnati Enquirer Division I All Area First Team as a junior... All-Southwest Ohio District 16 in both sophomore and junior years... named First Team All-Greater Miami Conference as a junior and sophomore...also earned First Team Coaches Association Honors as a junior in 2011...named Honorable Mention All-Ohio in 2011...Second Team All-Southwest District in 2011...served as team captain for Sycamore in sophomore and junior seasons ...played for Paula Hayden at Sycamore...also played for Tom Jenkins with Sports City U.
Personal: Chloe Rose Pavlech...parents are Lauren Pavlech and Kelly Jackson...has eight siblings - Kelly, Jason, Christian, Taylor, Davonte, Kiah, Jayden, Grace...if she didn't play basketball she would be a bowler...lists former Terrapin Marissa Coleman as her sports heroine...when she heard about Coach Frese's son Tyler's leukemia diagnosis she got involved with leukemia awareness...has organized a flash mob...came to Maryland because it was her dream school...also considered Miami (FL), Notre Dame, Florida State, Louisville and Xavier...broadcast journalism major and intends to become a sports broadcaster or coach.
PAVLECH'S CAREER HIGHS