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Allie Quigley

Alexandria "Allie" Quigley (born June 20, 1986) is an American-Hungarian professional basketball player who is currently a player of Chicago Sky.

Quigley, after graduating from the DePaul University, played for several clubs in the WNBA and also had spells by European clubs. In 2012, following her third straight year spent in Hungary, she obtained the Hungarian citizenship and subsequently became a Hungarian international as well.

High school

Quigley played for Joliet Catholic Academy in Joliet, Illinois where she was named a WBCA All-American.[1] She participated in the 2004 WBCA High School All-America Game.[2]

European career

In the 2008–09 season Quigley played for Turkey's Mersin in the TBBL League for the first time in her overseas career.[3] In 2009–10 Quigley returned to Europe, this time she played for Pécs 2010 of Hungary. She became Hungarian champion and Hungarian Cup winner, and played in the EuroLeague Women as well. In the 2011–12 season Quigley was still the player of Pécs 2010, though the team could not participate in the Euroleague due to financial issues, thus the team competed in the Hungarian Championship only. The team finished in the third place in the national championship. Quigley averaged 16.68 points in the regular season and 17.50 in the play-offs.[4] At the end of the season Quigley obtained Hungarian citizenship and debuted in the Hungarian national team against Slovakia.[5] She participated in further preparation matches and eventually earned a place in the Hungarian roster for the EuroBasket Women 2013 qualification.[6]


External links

  • WNBA Player Profile
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