#21 Pat Maloney (6-2 G)
Brant Beach, N.J.
Southern Regional HS
Named Most Outstanding Player of the 2001 Division III Final Four. Scored 45 points with 10 assists and nine rebounds in two games. Hit 11 of 21 shots (52.4%), 8 of 15 3-pointers (53.3%) and 15 of 16 free throws (93.8%). ... Nailed consecutive 3-pointers in the title game to give the Cardinals a 63-55 lead with 1:54 left. Launched the second one from 28 feet with less than five seconds on the shot clock. The shot garnered national media attention as the George Michael Sports Machine "Play of the Week." ... Hit 5 of 8 3-pointers in the title game victory and finished with 16 points, three assists and a team-high five rebounds. ... Named second-team All-American by D3hoops.com and honorable mention All-American by DIII News. ... Scored 1,648 career points to rank sixth in school history. ... Scored a playoff career-high 29 points against Ohio Northern in the national semifinals, including a championship series record 14 consecutive free throws, and added seven assists. Hit four from the line in the final 22.9 seconds to secure the victory. ... Led the 2000-01 team in scoring (15.6 ppg) and averaged a career-high 4.8 assists.
Scored a career-playoff-high 25 points in the team's win at Clark in the Northeast Sectional championship. ... Handed out a playoff career-high eight assists (one turnover) in NCAA victory at Widener on March 3. ... Totaled 27 points, five assists and three steals in 2001 CAC championship game victory against Marymount 61-59; hit six 3-pointers and assisted on Will Morley's game-winning jumper with no time remaining. ... Second-team All-District (NABC) and honorable mention All-American (D3hoops.com) in 1999-2000. ... Two-time first-team All-CAC honoree as a junior and senior. ... Second-team All-CAC in 1998-99 and CAC Rookie of the Year in 1997-98. ... Led the nation in 3-point shooting percentage (51.8) as a freshman. ... Scored a career-high 30 points twice, at Salisbury State in 1998-99 and last year at Gallaudet. ... His steal with two seconds left preserved CUA's 65-64 NCAA playoff victory over Christopher Newport at DuFour Center on March 4, 2000. ... Named All-Tournament of the Division I Mohegan Sun Classic at the start of the 2000-01 campaign. ... Distributed a career-best 11 assists earlier this year vs. Hobart.