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Rae Lin D'Alie
Rae Lin  D'Alie


Waterford, Wis.

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Season GP/GS Min. FG% 3PT% FT% RPG Ast Blk Stl PPG
2006-07 36/36 29.1 .416 .406 .722 2.3 165 3 62 7.0
2007-08 30/30 24.6 .385 .406 .700 2.4 107 3 26 5.7
2008-09 34/33 32.7 .313 .284 .649 4.2 101 2 63 6.6
2009-10 32/32 29.1 .467 .402 .538 4.8 110 1 62 8.8
Career 132/131 29.0 .394 .361 .651 3.4 483 9 213 7.0

Honors: 2010 All-Big Ten third team by media; honorable mention by coaches ... 2008 Paradise Jam All-Tournament Team ... 2007-08 Academic All-Big Ten ... 2008-09 team captain

Of Note: Started 131 of 132 games at point guard during her career with the UW; played in 132 consecutive games ... UW career record holder for games played, consecutive games played and games started ... finished her career ranked second in UW career total assists (483) and sixth in assists per game (3.66) ... team leader on the court and offensive spark plug at point guard ... one of the shortest starting point guards in the country ... last name is pronounced duh LEE ah (a misspelling of "Delia" from when her Italian grandfather came to the U.S.) ... her brother Sam plays semi-pro football with the Racine Raiders and arena football with the Madison Wolfpack; brother Ole is a senior wrestler at Central Michigan; sister Jenna competed in gymnastics at Central Michigan from 2004-09 ... career goal is to be a college basketball coach ... played on the same AAU team (Team Wisconsin Basketball Foundation) as Alana Trotter

2009-10: Started all 32 games at point ... averaged 29.1 minutes per game... improved her shooting, hitting a career best 46.7 percent from the field, including 40.2 percent from 3-point range ... averaged a career-best 8.8 points per game; had double-figure scoring in 14 games, including a career-high 21 points at Penn State (Feb. 25) ... shot 9-of-11 from the field vs. the Nittany Lions, including 3-of-4 from 3-point range; also had eight rebounds, six assists and four steals at PSU ... fourth in the Big Ten with 1.94 steals per game; had a season-high six steals vs. Michigan State (Dec. 28) ... recorded a season-high eight assists vs. Ohio State (Feb. 18); led the team and ranked eighth in the Big Ten with 3.44 assists per game ... had a career-high nine rebounds at Illinois (Jan. 3) and at Indiana (Jan. 28) ... had eight rebounds vs. Penn State (Jan. 21) and at Minnesota ... tied for second on the team in rebounds with a career-best 4.8 boards per game ... averaged 10.0 points, 5.5 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 2.5 steals in the Big Ten Tournament

2008-09: Scored in double figures in nine games ... fourth on the team with 6.6 points per game; added 4.2 rebounds per game ... scored a season-high 15 points vs. Michigan (Jan. 11), going 6-of-6 from the field ... led the Badgers with 13 points vs. Drake (Nov. 20), taking a career-high 16 field goal attempts ... had a career-high eight rebounds vs. UW-Milwaukee (Dec. 2); at Indiana (Jan. 15) and vs. Michigan State (March 6) in the Big Ten Tourney ... dished out a season-high seven assists vs. Canisius (Nov. 23) and vs. Marquette (Dec. 13) ... led the team and ranked 12th in the Big Ten with 2.97 assists per game ...ranked ninth in the Big Ten with 1.85 steals per game; recorded four-or-more steals in six games, including a season-high six vs. Michigan State (March 6)

2007-08: Started all 30 games and averaged 24.6 minutes per game ... had a season-high 14 points on 6-of-9 shooting from the floor, including two 3-pointers vs. Purdue (Dec. 28) ... had 13 points and two 3-pointers vs. Penn State (Jan. 24) ... led the Badgers for a second year at point guard averaging 3.57 assists per game, which ranked eighth in the Big Ten ... had a season-high eight assists vs. Virginia (Nov. 30) ... her 1.35 assist-to-turnover ratio also ranked as the eighth-best in the Big Ten

2006-07: Starting point guard in all 36 games ... just the third freshman in Big Ten history to lead the conference in assists with 80; averaged 5.0 in conference-only games and 4.58 in all games ... set UW freshman season record with 165 assists ... made 3-of-4 free throws in the last 20 seconds to secure the win over Kansas State (Nov. 24); made 6-of-6 in last minute to secure wins over Indiana (Feb. 8) and Kentucky (March 22); also made 2-of-2 free throws to tie the game with a minute left at Michigan (Jan. 7) ... had a career night vs. Northwestern dishing out a then career-high nine assists, 17 points and seven steals (Dec. 28) ... had her first career double-double with 12 points and a career-high 11 assists vs. Iowa (Feb. 11) ... sustained a right hand fracture in the first half of the WNIT final vs. Wyoming (March 31)

High School: Led Waterford to a 21-5 record and into the WIAA girls state basketball title game as a senior ... finished her career as the third all-time leading scorer at Waterford High School with 1,003 points ... averaged 15 points, 6.4 assists, 6.3 rebounds and 3.8 steals per game as a senior ... unanimous selection to the WIAA all-tournament team and set the WIAA D-1 tournament record for assists with 24 ... earned first-team Associated Press all-state honors as a senior and was honorable mention as a junior ... team MVP three years and earned first-team All-Lakeshore Conference honors three years ... Lakeshore Conference Player of the Year as a junior and senior ... two-time first-team All-Racine County ... named the 2006 Racine County Player of the Year ... three-sport athlete, who even wrestled in junior high school ... lettered four years in soccer, earning first-team all-conference honors twice and All-Racine County two years ... player of the year in the conference and the county ... also earned varsity letters in golf in 2003 and 2004 ... honor roll student all four years in high school

Personal: Parents are Karen and Anthony D'Alie ... has three brothers, Sam, Ole and Vinnie and two sisters, Angela and Jenna ... last name pronounced Duh LEE ah (a mis-spelling of `Delia' from when her Italian grandfather came to U.S.) ... major is sociology

Career Highs

Points: 21 at Penn State, 2-25-10
Field Goals: 9 at Penn State, 2-25-10
Field Goal Att.: 16 vs. Drake, 11-20-08
Field Goal %: 1.000 (6-6) vs. Michigan, 1-11-09
3-pt FG: 3 (5x; MR vs. Purdue, 3-5-10)
3-pt FG Att.: 7 vs. Iowa, 2-28-10
3-pt FG%: 1.000 (2-2) (2x; MR vs. Robert Morris, 12-15-09)
Free Throws: 8 vs. Iowa, 2-25-07
Free Throw Att.: 10 vs. Michigan State, 12-28-09
Free Throw %: 1.000 (6-6) vs. Kentucky 3-22-07
Rebounds: 9 (2x; MR at Indiana, 1-28-10)
Assists: 11 vs. Iowa, 1-11-07
Steals: 7 vs. Northwestern, 12-28-06
Blocks: 1 (9x; MR vs. Michigan State, 1-14-10)
Minutes: 43 vs. UW-Milwaukee, 12-2-08
Doubles-Doubles: 1

Why Wisconsin?

"I chose Wisconsin because it's close to home, it's a great school, has awesome fans and
great school spirit. I always wanted to be a Badger."

Off the Court with Rae Lin D'Alie

Favorites: Food: Pasta ... Color: Red ... Sport other than basketball: Soccer ... Spot on campus: Kohl Center ... Restaurant in Madison: Za's ... DVD: Bad Boys I and II ... Form of transportation: Scooter ... TV Show: One Tree Hill ... Game as a kid: Marbles
Person most admired: Dr. M.M. Hall
Best UW Road Trip: California
My most prized possession is: My family
Dream as a collegiate player: NCAA champions
If I could bring one thing from my hometown to Madison, it would be: My house
If I could have any job, I'd be: NCAA Division I basketball coach
The community service groupI like the most is: Ronald McDonald House
What motivates you? Myself
IfI could guest star on a TV show, it would be: One Tree Hill
IfI could be on a magazine cover,it would be: Sports Illustrated
One word that describes me: Passionate
One word that describes the team: Driven
You won't catch me eating: Pie or fish
Nobody knows how much I love to: Be with my family
My teammates say I am: Energetic
Greatest invention of the last 100 years: i-Pod
When I have free time I like to: Relax and fish
If I could meet three people from throughout history, they would be: Jesus, Martin Luther King Jr. and Michael Jordan
The best gift I have ever received:Life
IfI could spend a week anywhere in the world, it would be: Italy
If Icould have any talent, it would be: Flying
SomethingI have to do before turning 40: Sky dive
Favorite event in the Summer Olympics: Gymnastics
Career goal: Coach Division I basketball
What does it mean to be a Badger? Everything!

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