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Donnie McGrath
Donnie McGrath

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Katonah, N.Y.

High School:
John F. Kennedy Catholic

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 190

Position:
Guard

Birthdate:
05/07/1984


2005-06: Scored 15 points and was 7-8 from the free throw line versus Vermont (11/21/05)...Scored 15 points and made three three pointers to establish the College's all-time three-point field goal mark with 202 versus New Hampshire (11/23/05)...Registered 10 points versus Fairfield (11/28/05)...Scored 15 points as he shot 5-11 from three-point territory versus Wichita State (11/30/05)...Scored 11 points versus Rhode Island (12/3/05)...Socred 17 points versus Florida (12/6/05)...Recorded 28 points as he was 5-9 from three-point territory and 9-9 from the free-throw line versus Memphis (12/10/05)...Scored 16 points versus Northeastern (12/20/05) and became the 37th Friar to register 1,000 points in his career...Scored 15 points and dished off five assists versus San Diego State (12/27/05)...Tallied 15 points and five assists against Loyola (1/3/06)...Scored 17 points and was 6-6 from the free throw line at Georgetown (1/5/06)...Had 14 points against Louisville (1/7/06)...Recorded 16 points versus DePaul (1/21/06)...Scored 23 points as he shot 8-11 from the field with five three pointers versus Rutgers (1/25/06)....Scored 18 points versus No. 1 Connecticut (1/28/06)...Scored 11 points and had five assists versus Seton Hall (2/2/06)...Recorded 13 points against St. John's (2/4/06)...Scored 17 points and had five assists at DePaul (2/7/06)...Tied his career-high with a game-high 28 points including six three-pointers against #9 Pittsburgh (2/15/06)...Scored 16 points at Cincinnati (2/17/06)...Had 20 points including three trifectas against USF (2/21/06)...Had nine points including three three-pointers and five assists in his Senior Day home finale against Notre Dame (3/1/06)...Scored 18 points in his final game versus Marquette (3/4/06)... Led the team in scoring (15.1 ppg) and three pointers (77)... Became the 28th PC player to earn All-BIG EAST accolades since 1982, when he was selected to the league's Second Team...Averaged 2.85 three pointers per game for the season, which ranked seventh in the BIG EAST...Finished his career at Providence ranked 17th all-time in scoring with 1,282 points...Ranks first all-time at PC in three pointers (274), games started (117) and minutes played (4,128)...Was named NABC Second Team All-District 1.

2004-05: Registered seven points and added seven assists versus Niagara (11/16/04)...Scored 10 points and registered six assists versus Penn (11/18/04)...Totaled a game-high seven assists to go along with nine points, all of which came from behind the arc as he went 3-6 from the field versus Saint Thomas Aquinas (11/20/04)...Scored five points and dished off five assists versus Wake Forest (11/24/04)...Recorded eight points versus Florida (11/27/04)...Registered 17 points and five assists versus Maine (12/21/04)...Registered 14 points and shot 4-7 from three-point territory with six assists versus Memphis (12/23/04)...Scored all 17 of his points in the second half as he shot 4-7 from three-point territory versus San Diego State (12/31/04)...Scored 17 points and was 5-8 from three-point territory versus Boston College (1/26/05)...Scored nine points in 12 minutes before injuring his ankle versus West Virginia (1/29/05)...Recorded 11 points and three assists versus Pittsburgh (1/31/05)...Scored 27 points and was 9-9 from three-point territory to tie a NCAA single-game record for three-point field goal percentage in a game versus Virginia (2/2/05)...Registered nine points versus Villanova (2/5/05)...Recorded 14 points versus West Virginia (2/9/05)...Registered 17 points and nine assists versus Rutgers (2/13/05)...Scored 15 points and played all 50 minutes of action versus Connecticut (2/15/05)...Scored 14 points and was 4-9 from three point territory versus Seton Hall (2/23/05)...Scored 22 points versus St. John's (3/1/05)...Earned the team's Coaches' Award (4/15/05)...

2003-04: Scored 14 points while shooting 4-8 from three-point territory against Hofstra (11/22/03)...Scored 10 points and added four assists versus South Florida (12/2/03)...Registered 13 points against Rhode Island (12/6/03)...Recorded 15 points while shooting five of seven from the field and four of five from three-point territory versus Illinois (12/9/03)...Scored 13 points and registered five assists versus Central Conn. (12/21/03)...Registered eight assists and six points versus Siena (12/28/03)...Added five assists, scored 15 points and was 5-9 from three-point territory at Virginia (1/3/04)...Recorded 13 points against Texas (1/5/04)...Scored 14 points and shot 4-5 from three-point territory versus West Virginia (1/17/04)...Registered 11 points versus Loyola Chicago (1/19/04)...Recorded nine points and five assists versus Villanova (1/21/04)...Recorded seven points, seven assists and three steals versus Connecticut (1/24/04)...Scored 18 points, shot 5-7 from the field and 6-7 from the free-throw line versus Georgetown (1/26/04)...Scored 16 points and was 4-8 from three-point territory versus Syracuse (2/7/04)...Scored 23 points, shot 6-8 from three-point territory and recorded four assists versus Villanova (2/11/04)...Registered 13 points and was 4-6 from the field versus Miami (2/21/04)...Scored 16 points and was 4-6 from three-point territory at Notre Dame (2/24/04)...Scored 11 points and was 3-6 from three-point territory at St. John's (2/29/03)...Earned the team's Most Improved Player Award...

2002-03: Started his first collegiate game and registered six points and six assists in 32 minutes of action against Brown (11/23/02)...Recorded five points against South Florida (11/26/02)...Scored six points and added 13 assists versus Ohio University (11/30/02)...Scored seven points against Vermont (12/4/02)...Registered 15 points and was 5-9 from three-point territory versus Rhode Island (12/7/02)...Scored 15 points and added four assists, while shooting 3-6 from three-point territory versus Richmond (12/19/02)...Scored six points and recorded five assists against Alabama (12/21/02)...Registered a game-high 10 assists against Pennsylvania (12/30/02)...Shot 5-7 from behind the three-point line and scored 23 points, as well as adding five assists, versus Boston College (1/2/03)...Scored 13 points and added five assists versus Siena (1/4/03)...Recorded six points and five assists versus St. John's (1/8/03)...Scored nine points and added seven assists versus Villanova (1/11/03) ...Scored eight points and registered six assists against Louisiana-Lafayette (1/15/03)...Scored 15 points and recorded three assists at Virginia Tech (1/18/03)...Registered 16 points and four assists against Notre Dame (1/21/03)...Scored eight points, grabbed seven rebounds and made five assists against Virginia Tech (2/1/03)...Scored eight points and registered four assists against Pittsburgh (2/4/03)... Recorded six points and a game-high eight assists versus Connecticut (2/8/03)...Registered seven points and six assists against Boston College (2/12/03)...Scored 13 points at St. John's (2/15/03)...Registered eight assists and five rebounds against Connecticut (3/5/03)...Scored nine points and made four steals versus West Virginia at the BIG EAST Tournament (3/12/03)...Registered 17 points (5-9 3 PT FG) against Pittsburgh at the BIG EAST Tournament (3/13/03)...Registered 13 points and four assists versus Richmond in the NIT Opening Round (3/19/03)... Registered eight points and three assists versus Charleston in the First Round of the NIT (3/22/03)...Registered 10 points against Georgetown in the Second Round of the NIT (3/24/03)...Named to the BIG EAST All-Rookie Team...Earned the team's Coca Cola Promising Prospect Award...

HIGH SCHOOL: Played four seasons at John F. Kennedy Catholic...Captained the squad his senior season...Recorded a school-record 1,725 points at John F. Kennedy Catholic...Averaged 30.9 points, 7.6 assists and 6.5 rebounds per game his final season at John F. Kennedy Catholic...Established a school-record of 96 three pointers his senior season at John F. Kennedy Catholic...Scored more than 40 points three times his senior season, including a career-high 42 points against Fox Lane High School (1/29/02)...Led John F. Kennedy Catholic to a 79-12 mark and four league titles in his four seasons at John F. Kennedy Catholic...Named 2002 Westchester County Mr. Basketball and Player of the Year by the Journal News...Earned All-State First Team honors (2001 and 2002), All-State Second Team honors (2000), All-County accolades (2001 and 2002), three league MVP awards and MSG Tri-State All-Star honors...Received the 2002 Con Ed Scholar-Athlete Award as the top scholar athlete in Westchester, N.Y...Named 2002 top male student-athlete at John F. Kennedy Catholic...Selected for the All-Star Team at the Adidas ABCD Camp in July 2001...Named top-100 finalist for McDonald's All-America honors...Played for the New York Gauchos and the New York Ravens for four years.

PROFILE Name: Donnie M. McGrath Birthdate: May 7, 1984 Nickname: "D," "D-Mac," "D-Cash" Major: Finance Family: Son of Tom and Eileen McGrath..Has one brother, Tom, and one sister, Erin. Biggest Thrill In Sports: Playing in front of sold-out crowds in the county and state final four. What I would Like to Do After I Leave Providence: Play in the NBA and eventually be the president of a business.

Year      GP-GS   Min/Avg    FG-FGA   Pct   FG-FGA   Pct   FT-FTA   Pct Off-Def  Tot  Avg  PF-FO Ast  TO Blk Stl  Pts/Avg
2002-03   32-32  1071/33.5   93-261  .356   58-178  .326   46-56   .821  10-58    68  2.1  47-0  138  76   4  33  290/9.1
2003-04   29-29   983/33.9   96-245  .392   67-182  .368   32-44   .727   9-44    53  1.8  38-0  100  43   1  24  291/10.0
2004-05   30-29  1065/35.5   90-225  .400   72-175  .411   40-43   .930   5-63    68  2.3  59-1  115  57   4  41  292/9.7
2005-06   27-27  1009/37.4  136-340  .400   77-218  .353   60-70   .857   8-46    54  2.0  53-1   73  52   1  27  409/15.1
TOTAL    118-117 4128/35.0  415-1071 .387  274-753  .364  178-213  .836  32-211  243  2.1 197-2  426 228  10 125 1282/10.9
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