Kelly Legg '14
2011-12: 25 games, 285 pts, 31 asst, 146 reb, 21 steals, 48 blks
2010-11: 25 games, 402 pts, 43 asst, 205 reb, 37 steals, 66 blks
Total: 78 games, 1053 pts, 108 asst, 548 reb, 81 steals, 167 blk
2012-13: Legg gained league recognition for the third year in a row, earning Second Team All-Conference honors as she helped lead the Saints to a conference tournament title and an NCAA first round appearance. The Fairport, NY native became the 12th player in the women's program's history to reach the 1,000 point milestone on Feb. 16 against William Smith. The team's second-leading scorer, she was named the Liberty League tournament's MVP.
2011-12: Legg was the top scorer for the Saints in her sophomore season, tallying 285 points and 146 rebounds during the year. She earned All-Conference honors for the second consecutive season as she was named to the Second Team. Second in the league in blocks and 16th in rebounding, Legg earned All-Tournament team honors at the Amherst Tip-off earlier in the season. She also reached double-figures in scoring in 14 games and matched her career-high in scoring with 28 points against Plattsburgh State on Nov. 29, 2011. A history major, she participates in the SLU reading buddies and advocates programs.
2010-11: Legg, who started every game in her rookie season, led the Saints scoring with 402 points in 25 games. Legg also contributed 205 rebounds, 43 assists, 37 steals and led the league with 66 blocks. She earned Liberty League First Team All Conference honors and also earned a spot on the All-Rookie team. She scored in double-figures 21 times and had six double-doubles during the season. Legg dropped a career-high 28 points and 10 rebounds against RPI on Feb. 5, 2011.
At Aquinas Institute: Legg was a three-sport athlete, participating in tennis, basketball and lacrosse. While captaining the basketball team, she was a three-time Private Procahial first team member, an All Greater Rochester second team member and a two-time honorable mention. The Fairport, NY native was the section 5 class A MVP and was her schools MVP three years running. A member of the honor roll, Legg was a NYS scholar athlete seven times, and earned her school's Marketing award and Public in Government award.