Magarity Earned His 133rd Victory At West Point On Wednesday
Ranks 18th at the Academy in career points with 881 points and is third in all-time scoring average with 14.9 points per outing ... stands third in all-time three point field goals after sinking 86 three-pointers in two years ... 10th all-time in field goal percentage .460 (319-693) and is tied for 12th in free throw percentage, .701 (157-224).
Named the 2005-06 Patriot League "Player of the Year" ... selected to the All-Patriot League first team ... honored as the 2006 Patriot League Tournament MVP ... earned Patriot League player of the week accolades four times ... started all 31 games ... led team in scoring (16.5), assists (70) and steals (46) ... third in rebounding (4.7) ... team's top threat from three-point range with 37 three-pointers (eighth-most in the single-season record book) ... tallied 511 points, which ranks sixth in a single season and second among sophomore scorers ... recorded double figures in the points column in 24 of 31 contests ... connected on at least one three-point field goal during 16 games ... totaled 25 points versus Cal State Fullerton and dished out four assists ... named to the La Quinta Inn & Suites all-tournament Team ... grabbed eight rebounds at Cornell ... registered three steals at Central Connecticut State ... tallied 28 points against Baylor, including a 10 of 12 effort from the free-throw line ... swiped three steals versus Gardner-Webb ... tallied 20 points, including a career-best 10 of 10 from the foul line against Colgate ... also chipped in four assists and swiped three steals versus the Raiders ... against Holy Cross made three steals ... registered nine rebounds, four assists, three steals and a blocked shot at Lehigh ... tallied 26 points and swiped three steals at American ... set personal-bests with six assists and two blocked shots at Navy ... also blocked two shots at Colgate ... logged season-high 39 minutes of action against the Mids ... 10 of 12 effort from the line helped Army defeat Navy, including game-tying free throw ... registered a season-high 29 points against Lehigh ... set a Black Knight single-game record for most three-pointers in a contest with six against the Mountain Hawks ... registered first double-double this season versus Colgate with 27 points and 10 rebounds ... also made a season-high 10 field goals against the Raiders ... was selected the Patriot League Tournament MVP with 57 points and 19 rebounds during the three games ... tied her career high with four steals and added 21 points and four assists against Tennessee in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
Named the 2004-05 Patriot League "Rookie of the Year" ... selected to the All-Patriot League second team and All-Rookie team ... member of the 2005 Patriot League All-Tournament team ... started 19 games but appeared in all 28 ... led team in scoring (13.2) and steals (42) and was third in rebounds (4.7) ... one of the team's top threats from behind the arc with 49 three-pointers (third most in a single-season in Army history) ... named the Patriot League "Rookie of the Week" seven times ... seventh in Patriot League in scoring and field goal percentage ... fifth in the conference in three-pointers made ... recorded three "double-doubles" ... had a career-high 34 points against Navy, the sixth-most points scored in a single game by any Black Knight ... finished with a "double-double" against the Mids with 11 rebounds and 34 points on a personal-best 12-for-17 effort from the field, including five three-pointers ... registered first "double-double" of the season against American with 11 boards and 13 points ... was 10-12 from the foul line against Lafayette ... ended the season with a "double-double" in Patriot League Tournament quarterfinal versus Colgate with 11 rebounds and 30 points.
Team captain of varsity squad three straight years ... selected as the league's Most Valuable Player ... ranks second on Rosary's all-time scoring list ... chosen as Rosary Senior Athlete of the Year ... three-time all-league pick ... National Honor Society member ... two-time all-county selection ... MVP of Los Angeles City Section versus Southern Section All-Star game ... several all-tournament selections.
Given name is Cara Enright ... born Oct. 22, 1986 ... parents' names are James and Cheryl Enright ... one sister, Erin, and one brother, Brian ... major is Spanish.