An excellent athlete who will compete for playing time at guard ... a strong outside shooter who was a big-time scorer in high school ... good game sense, especially on the offensive end ... a slasher from the perimeter with the ability to finish around the basket.
As A Freshman (2001-02)
Missed most of the season with a knee injury ? appeared in just nine games, playing a total of 19 minutes ... saw first collegiate action against Prairie View A&M and scored first career points... also had a bucket at Wyoming and a pair of free throws at BYU.
Prepped at Borger High School in the Texas panhandle where she was a four-year starter ... a three-time first-team all-district selection ... earned all-region and all-state honors by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches (TABC) as a senior ... averaged a double-double per game as a senior with 19 points and 11 rebounds ... 15 points per game as a junior in 2000 ... led the Bulldogs to a fifth-place finish in the 4A state tournament in 2001 ... scored a post-season best 24 points versus eventual state champion Plainview HS ... career-best 32 points against Shallowater HS ... lettered in track and field as a sophomore ... a National Honor Society member... graduated with a 3.57 GPA.
Maggie Sauls was born March 29, 1983, in Borger, Texas ... daughter of Winston and Stella Sauls ... has two younger sisters, Marilyn and Melanie ... favorite athlete is Chamique Holdsclaw of the Washington Mystics ... plans to major in communications with aspirations of becoming a television news anchor.
Points 2, three times
Rebounds 1, three times
Steals 1, two times
Blocks 1, two times
Field Goals 1, two times
Field Goal Attempts 2, three times
3-Point Field Goals none
3-Point Field Goal Attempts 1, two times
Free Throws 2 at Brigham Young (1-31-02)
Free Throw Attempts 2 at Brigham Young (1-31-02)
Double-Figure Scoring Games 0
Double-Figure Rebounding Games 0
Sauls' Career Statistics