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#2 Macie Michelson
Position: Guard
Height: 5'6"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Lynd, Minn.
High School: Marshall High School
Major: Health Promotion
Experience: 3 Letters
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Macie has handled the starting point guard duties for the past three seasons ... has made 80 career starts entering NCAA Tournament ... Academic All-Summit League Team and Commissioner's List of Academic Excellence during 2008-09 and 2009-10 campaigns

2010-11
Was slowed by injury and illness early in the season, but has come on strong of late ... has made 22 starts, including each of the last 14 games ... leads team with 79 assists and is tied for third with 32 steals ... sat out the three Preseason WNIT games to open season while still recovering from off-season foot surgery ... scored four points in season debut against Illinois State (11/24) ... scored in double figures seven times, starting with 13-point outing in Summit League opener against North Dakota State (12/4) ... missed weekend league road trip to Southern Utah and UMKC to close calendar year due to illness ... scored season-high 15 points in overtime loss to IPFW (1/22) ... recorded back-to-back double-figure scoring outputs with 10 points, including go-ahead basket with under a minute to play, at IPFW (2/21), and 13 at North Dakota State (2/26) ... has recorded at least three assists in nine of last 10 games, including back-to-back six-assist performances against North Dakota State (2/26, 3/6) ... continued strong play at Summit League tournament, averaging 9.0 points, 2.0 rebounds and 4.33 assists per fame ... matched season high of 15 points in semifinal victory over IPFW, making 3-of-5 attempts from three-point range and two clutch free throws in final minute (3/7)

2009-10
One of three players to start all 33 games ... team leader with 124 assists ... ranked second in Summit League for assists per game (3.8 apg) and assist-turnover ratio (1.6) ... also ranked 10th in three-point percentage (.365) ... averaged 9.3 points and 4.0 assists per game in 18 league games ... reached double figures for scoring 11 times, including career-high 23 points in home win over North Dakota State (2/13) ... was 9-of-13 from field and 3-for-4 from three-point range in game against NDSU ... opened season by tying career high with eight assists against Gonzaga (11/13) ... made four three-pointers in losing effort at Oral Roberts (1/30) ... closed regular season with 20 points on 4-of-4 shooting from three-point range versus Western Illinois (3/1) ... averaged 7.7 points and 4.7 assists in Summit League postseason tournament ... tallied seven points and seven assists in opening round against IPFW (3/7) and added nine points and five assists in championship game victory over Oral Roberts (3/9) ... produced seven points, five rebounds and two assists before fouling out in NCAA Tournament game at Oklahoma (3/21)

2008-09
Started the first three games at the point guard spot, then missed 10 games due to a hand injury ... rejoined the starting lineup in regular season rematch against Oakland (Mich.) and scored eight points with two assists (1/31) ... team was 16-1 in games in which she started ... put together impressive Summit League tournament, averaging 10 points and 3.7 assists per game, while shooting 80 percent (8-of-10) from free throw line ... opened tournament with career-high eight assists and added seven points versus Oral Roberts (Okla.) (3/7) ... scored season-high 13 points, notched career-high six steals and tallied three assists in semis versus IUPUI (3/9) ... in championship game against Oakland, scored 10 points and sank 2-of-5 three-point attempts (3/10) ... scored five points and dished outsix assists in NCAA Tournament first-round game versus Texas Christian (3/22) ... contributed five points and three rebounds in tournament loss to Baylor (Texas) (3/24) ... reached double figures for first time during season with 11 points against Wisconsin, going 4-for-4 from the field and adding three assists (11/17) ... ranked third on team in total assists with 63 and fifth with 31 steals

2007-08
Macie played a key role for the Jackrabbits as the backup point guard during her freshman season ... did not play in the season opener against Arkansas State due to injury, but played in the final 29 games of the campaign with eight starts ... scored five points and grabbed four rebounds in collegiate debut against UC Riverside (11/11) ... scored two points in first collegiate start, at Oregon (11/15) ... drained a pair of three-pointers en route to eight-point, four-rebound outing against Missouri (11/18) ... reached double figures four times, including season-best 19 points at Southern Utah, a game in which she was 5-for-6 from three-point range (2/18) ... also matched season high with four assists at Southern Utah ... followed with 11-point outing in home win over North Dakota State (2/23) .... reached double digits in scoring for first time in home win against Western Illinois, with 14-point, four-assist performance (2/9) ... closed out regular season with 10-point night against Oral Roberts (3/3) ... tallied seven points, three rebounds and two assists in 18 minutes of action in WNIT game versus Creighton (3/20) ... ranked fourth on team with 52 assists and sixth with 22 three-pointers made ... named Academic All-Summit League during freshman season

HIGH SCHOOL
Compiled an outstanding prep career at Marshall High School ... five-year starter under the direction of coaches Bruce Remme and Terry Culhane ... career totals included 2,131 points (21.8 ppg), 522 rebounds, 486 assists and 393 steals ... also shot 48 percent from the field and 73 percent at the line ... Miss Basketball finalist and member of the Minnesota Girls Basketball Coaches Association All-State Team ... four-time all-area selection and Marshall Independent Player of the Year in 2007 ... member of all-tournament team at AAA state tourneys after team placed fourth in 2005 and as runner-up in 2006 ... played on four state-qualifying teams in volleyball, earning all-conference honors twice and honorable mention all-state honors as a senior ... also competed in track and field two years ... member of the National Honor Society ... nominee for EXCEL Award for Excellence in Community, Education and Leadership