Florida State Adds Transfer Guard Maegan Conwright
Maegan Conwright appeared in 77 games, including six NCAA Tournament contests, at Kentucky.

Maegan Conwright appeared in 77 games, including six NCAA Tournament contests, at Kentucky.

June 10, 2013

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Florida State women's basketball head coach Sue Semrau announced the addition of transfer guard Maegan Conwright on Monday.

The 5-8 guard from Arlington, Texas, appeared in 77 games, including 20 starts, for Kentucky.

Conwright will sit out the 2013-14 season per NCAA transfer rules.

"We are extremely excited to add Maegan to our Seminole family," Semrau said. "She will bolster our young backcourt with her experience and leadership. Maegan will contribute at multiple perimeter positions for us. She has played in some big games and is a relentless, tenacious player who will help take this program to the next level."

Conwright averaged 4.8 points and 1.2 steals in 18.9 minutes and played in six NCAA Tournament games during her career at Kentucky. She reached double figures in scoring eight times and had a career-best 15 points against Miami (Ohio) in 2010.

Against Jacksonville State in 2011, Conwright tallied 10 points, three steals and a career-best seven assists.

She played in 33 games as freshman in 2010-11, averaging 6.2 points and making 11 starts. During her sophomore year in 2011-12, Conwright appeared in 34 games, including five starts. Conwright's junior season was cut short by a knee injury after just 10 games.

Conwright was a four-year letterwinner and a three-year starter at Timberview High School. She led the Wolves to a 39-2 record and a state title her senior, averaging 15.5 points, 4.5 steals and 3.0 assists and capturing 2010 Ft. Worth Star Telegram Girls Player of the Tear and 2010 Texas 4A State Tournament MVP honors along the way.

Conwright was ranked the 35th-best guard in the nation by ESPN HoopGurlz in 2010 and was a McDonald's All-American nominee and a MaxPreps Girls Basketball All-American honorable mention. She was an all-state and all-region selection, and a three-time District 4-5A Most Valuable Player.

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