Another early 2000s star for the Ducks was guard Taylor Lilley. Over her time with Oregon, she shot 42.9 percent from the field and 38.5 percent from 3-point range.
Lilley appeared in 111 games and averaged 12.7 points – if you do the math, you can figure out just about what her career total was.
She stayed with the Ducks for just three seasons before declaring for the draft but in that time she was named Pac-12 All-Freshman honorable mention, Pac-10 Third Team, Pac-10 All-Tournament team, Team MVP, Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention, and Pac-10 honorable mention.
Beyond the accolades, her statistical resume is something to be admired as well:
- 146 career three-pointers rank 4th all-time in Oregon history
- 74 three-pointers from the 2007-08 season rank 2nd in Oregon's single-season history
- Set a new Oregon single-season record in attempts with 214 three-point shots during the 2007-08 season
- Led the Pac-10 and set Oregon’s single-season record shooting 50.6 percent from three-point range during the 2006-07 season
When Lilley declared for the WNBA Draft in 2010, she had a career total of 1,415 points with the Ducks. She currently sits at 7th on the all-time scoring list.