2012: Started all 16 games as a junior... Finished the season with 12 goals and a career-high five assists for 17 points... Totaled 14 groundballs, 25 draw controls and 13 caused turnovers... Tied her career high with four points against Sacred Heart (March 16) and at Cincinnati (April 20)... Tallied the game-winning goal at Cincinnati (April 20)... Notched three multi-goal games.
2011: Played in all 16 games and started five... finished the season with 18 points on 14 goals and four assists... recorded two goals from free position shots at St. Bonaventure (Mar 27)... scored the game-winner vs. Cincinnati (Apr 21)... controlled 11 ground balls and caused two turnovers... led the team with 35 draw controls including six vs. Sacred Heart (Mar 12)... recorded a shooting percentage of .438 with a .750 shots on goal percentage.
2010:Part of the starting lineup against Marist (3/10) and against Notre Dame (5/1)...came off the bench in 12 other contests...one of eight players to score against Canisius (2/24), scoring her first goal as a Husky...one of two UConn players to win a career-high five draw controls at Binghamton (3/7)...won a pair of draw controls at Sacred Heart (3/13)...claimed two draw controls and a ground ball against St. Bonaventure (3/19)...won a draw control at Holy Cross (3/24)...at Louisville (4/23), won one draw control...scored and won a game-high four draw controls at Cincinnati (4/25)...won a pair of draw controls and scored in the Notre Dame game (5/1).
Before UConn: Is the single-season record holder for points (92) at Sayville...was an all-tournament and all-county selection...was the team captain as a senior...became the first player at Sayville to compete with the National Schoolgirls and Empire State teams...played for the Long Island Express club team...four-year letterwinner in volleyball and two-year lettewinner in basketball...captained the basketball squad as a senior...earned honor roll status all four years.
Personal: Morgan Joan O'Reilly...daughter of Kevin and Debra O'Reilly...born on Aug. 27, 1991.