Appeared in 11 games ... connected on 6-25 shots from the floor ... all six field goals on the season are from three-point range ... also chipped in three steals, three assists and three rebounds ... made Army debut against Niagara, hitting a three-pointer and picking off two steals in 11 minutes of action ... career-high six points against Cornell.
Four-year varsity letterwinner ... captained W.T. Woodson as a senior and selected MVP ... two-time all-district first team honoree ... two-time All-Northern Region Third Team pick ... 2002 School Sports Greater D.C. Magazine Honorable Mention ... named to All-League Team by Washington Post as a junior and senior ... recipient of 2002 Team Cavalier Award ... participated in Northern Region All-Star game ... led team to 2003 Liberty District Championship and was named MVP ... led the district and the region in three-pointers per game and three-point field goal percentage ... averaged 15.0 points, 6.1 rebounds and 5.4 assists per game as a senior ... played for Vogues and Lessons Learned AAU squads for a combined five years ... Lessons Learned squad advanced to Nationals in 2002.
Given name is Mary Klavin ... born April 13, 1985 ... parents' names are Nick and Ann Klavin ... one older sister, Amy, and one younger sister, Helena ... father, Nick, was a Captain in the U.S. Air Force ... member of National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society ... AP Scholar ... also member of Key Club and SADD Club ... won National Army Reserve Scholar-Athlete Award in 2002 ... nominated for Fairfax County Public Schools Character Award in 2003 ... won Donna De Varona Spirit of Sport Award in 2003, given to outstanding member of W.T. Woodson ... major is undeclared.