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Mallary Gillespie-Carling Athlete Profile

#30 Mallary Gillespie-Carling

Mallary Gillespie-Carling
Position: Guard Height: 5-10 Roster Years: 2004-2008 Hometown: Orem, UT Last School: Mountain View High School


Born in Vineyard, Utah...attended Mountain View High School...parents are Jeff and Laura Gillespie...has four brothers and one sister ... married to Greg Carling.

Before BYU

All-Region four years 2001-2004...named All-Region MVP in 2003...named Team Co-MVP in 2004, named Offensive Player of the Year in 2003...Deseret News Ms. Basketball in 2004...received four All-State was state champions all four years 2001-2004...holds the state's 3-point per game record with 10 in 2002...named Utah Gatorade Player of the Year in 2004...was four-year letterwinner in softball and two year lettewinner in track...named All-Region 2001-2004 and All-State 2001-2004 in softball... team won state championship in softball in 2002...two-time All-State in track in 2001 and 2004... team won two state championships in track in 2001 and 2004...named to the high school Honor Roll and High Honor Roll.


Yr  G/GS   FG-FGA  %   FT-FTA %     3-pts  %      Pts.    Reb.   A.     St.    To.
05 30/13 80-204.392 20-26.769 49-134.366 229 87 44 27 46
06 32/32 117-289.405 36-49.735 58-160.363 328 121 96 44 69
07 33/33 144-383.376 76-88.864 75-214.350 439 119 92 34 73
08 29/29 139-375.371 51-61.836 67-199.337 396 102 79 39 97
TLS124/107480-1,251.384 183-224.817 249-707.352 1,402 429 311 144 285

2004-2005 | Freshman Year

Final player notes: led the team in three-point field goals made and attempted, shooting 49 out of 134 attempts... shot .366 from behind the arc, third best on the team... scored 229 points, fifth best on the team... also finished fifth on the team in total rebounds and defensive rebounds, fourth on the team in offensive rebounds... was fifth on team with 44 assists and fourth on team with 27 steals... led the team in steals in eight games, blocked shots in four games, assists in two games and scoring in one game... finished fifth in the MWC for three-point field goals made, connecting on 1.67 per game... played in all games and started in a total of 13... picked up a season and career high seven three-pointers in the game vs. Nevada, including a season and career high 21 points... scored 11 points vs. GW on 12/6/04, nine from behind the arc... also tallied 11 points vs. Montana State on 01/04/05... picked up a season and career high seven rebounds vs. AF on 2/17/05... scored in double figures in eight games... named Cougar Club Scholar Athlete.

2005-2006 | Sophomore Year

Final player notes: finished the year as the team's third leading scorer with 10.3 ppg ... was also third in three-point field goal percentage with .363 (58-160), in field goals made with 117, and third in free throws made with 36 ... ranked second in three point field goals attempted and made ... ranked second on the team in assists with a total of 96 for an 3.0 average and steals with 44 for a 1.4 average ... was fourth in offensive rebounds and fifth in both rebounds and rebound average with a total of 121 for 3.8 boards per game ... in MWC games only she placed seventh in two categories, in three-point field goals made 1.81 and in assist/turnover ratio with 1.39 ... also ranked ninth in three-point field goal percentage .363 (58-160) and 10th in assists with a 3.0 average ... and in league games finished 19th in scoring with 10.2 points per game ... scored in double figures in 14 total games including 18 points vs. TCU on 03/10/06 in the semifinal game of the MWC Championships ... tallied her first season and career double double with 21 points and 10 rebounds vs. UNLV on 01/14/06 ... in that same game she tied last year's total in assists with 44 ... recorded the winning bucket in the 61-60 victory over Utah on 01/07/06 (that basket made that night's ESPN Sports Center list of the 10 best plays of the day and it also took the number seven spot on Chris Birman's Plays of the Week on Sun., Jan. 8) ... started in all games ... scored 20 points vs. UC Santa Barbara including six three pointers on 11/26/05 ... led the team in points with 17 vs. UVSC on 12/16/05 ... picked up seven points in three games including @ CS Northridge @ Stony Brook and @ Seton Hall on Dec. 3 ... grabbed six boards @ CS Northridge on 11/19/05 and at Stony Brook on 11/30/05 ... had five assists @ UCLA on 11/22/05.

2006-2007 | Junior Year

Final player notes: Started in all games ... named to the 2007 MWC Championships All-Tournament Team ... honored with Second Team All-MWC honors ... ranks first on the team in scoring with a 13.6 points average, and in total points with 449... is third in assists with 93 and ties for third in steals with 35 ... finished with the best free throw percentage on the team (.859) ... has the top percentage in three-point field goal made and attempted with 76 made for a 2.3 average and attempts with 222 for a 6.7 average ... when playing in MWC regular season contests, finished the year ranked fourth in scoring, seventh in assists, third in free throw percentage, eighth in three-point field goal percentage and first in three-point field goals made, and was third in the assist/turnover ratio category ... in all MWC games, ranked eighth in scoring, fourth in free throw percentage, 10th in assists, third in three-point field goals made ... grabbed a new season high in rebounds with nine in the semifinal game of the MWC Champs., vs. Utah on 03/09/07 ... picked up new season and career highs in points with 31 @ Wyoming on 02/15/07 and was named MWC Player of the Week 02/19/07 for that performance marking her third POW award this season and career ... was honored with her second MWC Player of the Week honor on Feb. 5, 2007 for her scoring performance vs TCU (21 pts, 3 rebounds, 4 assists, 8-8 at the free throw line) ... tallied a new career high in three-pointers made in a game with eight vs. Weber State on 12/14/06 .... garnered first ever MWC Player of the Week honor on 12/18/06 for her stellar performance vs. Weber State which included a total of 30 points, half of those were from three point range ... scored in double figures in 23 of the 33 games played.

2007-2008 | Senior Year

Final player notes: received Second Team All-MWC honors ... named MWC Player of the Week on 2/4/08 ... started in all games ... in the league finished ranked ninth in scoring (13.7) and in assists with (2.72), also ranked 14th in three-point field goal percentage (.337) and first in three-point field goals made (2.31) per game ... in 20 of the 29 games scored in double figures recording her 67th career game with 14 points vs. UNM on 3/12/08 in the MWC championships quarterfinal game ... led the team in points in a total of 15 games on the year, was the team's assist and steals leader in a total of seven games her senior season ... had 10 double digit games in MWC action ... recorded six three pointers in the road game at Sacred Heart on 12/01/07 ... had a season high four steals vs. AF on 1/30/08 ... she has scored 20-plus points in six contests this year ... in the game vs. Utah on 1/19/08 tallied a season-high five treys ... in the home game vs. UNLV on 1/16/08 she recorded a total of 10 free throws, the most she has made in her career and the 17 first half points were season bests ... in that same game picked up a season high in points with 26 ... in the game vs. UCLA on 12/15/07 grabbed nine boards for season highs ... finished as the team's scoring leader with an average of 13.7 points and second on the team in assists with a total of 79 ... ranks 11th all-time on BYU's 1,000-point club with a total of 1,402 points as of 3/8/08 ... and ranks second all time in three-pointers with 249, 67 her senior year ... was the top leader in five categories: in field goals made (4.8), three-point field goals attempted (6.9) and made (4.8), free throws made (1.8) and in minutes played per game (35.1) ... finished ranked second in three categories: free throws attempted (2.1), assists (2.7), and steals (1.3) ... on the season ranked third in free throw percentage .836 (51-61) ... fourth in three-point field goal percentage .337 (67-199) ... and ranked sixth in field goal percentage .371 (139-375).