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Pat Luckey
Pat  Luckey

Hometown:
San Marcos, Texas

High School:
San Marcos HS

Height:
6-1

Position:
Forward

Years Played:
1993-96


CAREER OVERVIEW
One of the elite players in Houston women's basketball history... ranks among the top in several statistical categories despite only playing three seasons while missing 12 games during her sophomore campaign... ranks ninth all-time with 1,391 points while also ranking second in scoring average (19.9 ppg), third in free-throw percentage (.760), sixth in field goals (578), eighth in field-goal attempts (1,245) and ninth in rebound average (7.7 rpg) and defensive rebounds (363)... named All-Southwest Conference all three seasons, joining only Chandi Jones and Courtney Taylor in program history to earn three first-team all-conference accolades... ended her career with 18 double-doubles, nine games of scoring 30 or more points and 30 contests of 20 or more points... led SWC in scoring during senior season with 21.4 points per game... scored the most points in school history with 43 against Rice on Jan. 13, 1996... also tallied 39 points against Michigan on Dec. 19, 1995... missed the opening 12 games of the 1994-95 season but still managed to garner first-team all-league honors with 20.6 points per game... came to Houston as a highly decorated prep star, who earned a spot on USA Today's All-USA High School Basketball Team (1993), and posted one of the greatest freshman seasons in school history... still holds freshmen records in points (495), field goals (205), field-goal attempts (412) and rebound average (8.7 rpg)... scored the most points in school history by a freshman with 35 against William and Mary on Dec. 4, 1993 and recorded 11 total games of 20 or more points and two 30-point performances in her first season.

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