30 Facts About Allie Quigley


Alexandria "Allie" Quigley was born on June 20,1986 and is an American and Hungarian professional basketball player for the Chicago Sky of the Women's National Basketball Association.

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Allie Quigley was selected as the WNBA Sixth Woman of the Year Award in 2014 after helping the Sky reach the WNBA Finals for the first time, and won the award again in 2015.

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Allie Quigley won the All-Star Weekend Three-Point Contest in 2017,2018,2021, and 2022.

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Allie Quigley has had an active career in European basketball leagues.

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Allie Quigley won the EuroLeague championship with Russian team UMMC Ekaterinburg in 2021.

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Allie Quigley was from a family of faith and all of them went to the same Catholic schools.

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Allie Quigley was born in Joliet, Illinois on June 20,1986.

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Allie Quigley has cited her father, who died when she was seven, as an inspiration for her playing basketball.

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Allie Quigley began following the WNBA when it debuted in 1997, and aspired to be a player in league.

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Allie Quigley participated in the 2004 WBCA High School All-America Game.

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Allie Quigley stated that she "from third grade even through college", as well as her sister and both of her brothers, had a scholarship-funded Catholic education.

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Allie Quigley described that she had "so many great memories" she attributed to "the traits of a Catholic school, whether it's a smaller atmosphere or that it's more family-oriented".

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Allie Quigley's matriculation to DePaul University was a continuance of this educational system for her.

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The Blue Demons appeared in the NCAA Division I women's basketball tournament during all four seasons of Allie Quigley's career, reaching the second round in 2005 and the sweet sixteen in 2006.

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Allie Quigley was drafted by the Seattle Storm with the 22nd overall pick in the 2008 WNBA draft.

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Allie Quigley was cut by the Storm before the season started, and signed as a free agent with the Phoenix Mercury on May 11,2008.

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Allie Quigley was a bench player for the Mercury, before being cut mid-season in 2009.

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Allie Quigley played for the San Antonio Stars and Indiana Fever in the 2010 season, and signed with the Seattle Storm in the 2011 season.

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Allie Quigley was cut by the Storm after the 2011 season, and did not play in the WNBA in the 2012 season.

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Allie Quigley has said that she wondered if her career in the WNBA was over, and spent the 2012 summer as a basketball camp counselor in 2012.

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In March 2013, Allie Quigley was signed by the Chicago Sky, returning to the city where she had played in her college career.

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In 2017, Allie Quigley emerged as a starter for the Sky, and was named a WNBA All-Star for the first time in her career.

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Allie Quigley was named an All-Star again in 2018, and won back-to-back Three-Point Contests in 2017 and 2018.

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Allie Quigley was selected to the All-Star Game for the third consecutive year.

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Allie Quigley played the Sky's 2021 season opener on May 15, before being sidelined for the rest of the month with a hamstring injury.

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Allie Quigley came off the bench for the Sky early in the season, but returned to the starting lineup after the mid-season Olympic break.

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Allie Quigley helped the Sky win the 2021 WNBA Finals, recording a team-high 26 points in the series-clinching Game 4.

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Allie Quigley became Hungarian champion and Hungarian Cup winner, and played in the EuroLeague Women as well.

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Allie Quigley participated in further preparation matches and eventually earned a place in the Hungarian roster for the EuroBasket Women 2013 qualification.

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In December 2018, Allie Quigley married her Chicago Sky teammate Courtney Vandersloot.

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