- Vicky McIntyre
- 6' 7"
- Omaha, Neb.
- Marian HS
DATA as of April 25, 2013
Vicky McIntyre enrolled at UF for the 2012 summer semester … did not have to fulfill the NCAA’s one-year transfer residence requirement and was eligible to compete as a Gator for the 2012-13 season … spent her freshman and sophomore years at Oklahoma State University … shared that the most memorable moment in her athletic career was “the loss of my two coaches at OSU”, referring to the plane crash that took the lives of OSU head coach Kurt Budke and assistant coach Miranda Serna on Nov. 18, 2011 … the tallest player ever to suit up for the Gators … first Gator from the state of Nebraska … one of eight newcomers on the 2012-13 roster ... stepped away from basketball at the end of the 2013-13 season and will complete her degree at UF in December 2013
Appeared in all 65 games at Oklahoma State and started 26, with 17 coming her freshman year (2010-11) … individual game highs: 24 points (at Iowa State, Feb. 2, 2011), 13 rebounds (vs. UT Arlington, Nov. 22, 2010), 5 blocks (three times, most recently vs. Oklahoma, Jan. 14, 2012) … was OSU’s leading scorer in 8 games and leading rebounder in 8 games … 22 double-figure scoring games … 2 double-figure rebounding games … 2 double-doubles
Overall CAREER NOTES: team’s leading scorer in a game 9 times and leading rebounder in 8 games ... 27 double-figure scoring games ... 4 double-figure rebounding games ... 3 double-doubles
Junior Year (2012-13)
Played 29 of 37 games ... earned three starts ... did not dress or travel for the final eight games for personal reasons ... scored in each of the first 24 games (and 25 straight overall) before missing all three shots at Texas A&M (Feb. 14); was the last Gator who scored in every game ... hit 82.4 percent (28-34) from the free throw line ... second on the team in blocked shots (36) ... blocked at least one shot in 18 games, swatting a season-high four shots in three games ... back-to-back games tying her Gator-career-high of 12 points vs. Alabama (Feb. 3) and at Missouri (Jan. 31) ... collected the 400th rebound of her career with her sixth and final board against South Carolina (Jan. 20) ... solid game versus No. 9 Tennessee (Jan. 13), with eight points on 4-of-9 shooting, six rebounds and one assist ... credited by Coach Butler as the key to the win at Mississippi State (Jan. 10), when she scored 10 points with eight rebounds and four blocks ... when senior star Jennifer George had to leave the LSU game (Jan. 6) with an injury and 5:06 remaining, she stepped up and converted both ends of a one-and-one from the free throw line that gave UF a 64-62 lead, before collecting two rebounds - one on the offensive end - and helped the Gators rally for the five-point win ... converted her first 10 free throws as a Gator and had made a career-best 16 straight dating back to last year, until she missed one against Savannah State (Dec. 20); finished the game 3-of-4 from the line and tied her Gator career-high of 10 rebounds (7 on the offensive end) and seven points ... sparked UF’s game-changing 13-0 run with the first four points that helped extend a six-point lead to 19 en route to its first road win of the year (at La Salle, Dec. 16) ... posted her first double-double as a Gator - and the third of her career - with 10 points and 10 rebounds in the win against Troy (Dec. 4) ... started the season-opener against Fairfield and shared team-high scoring honors of 12 points with Kayla Lewis ... blocked a game-high four shots against Fairfield (Nov. 9), one shy of her career-high ... her first points as a Gator came on a turn-around 8-foot jumper with 17:53 remaining in the first half
2012-13 STAT NOTES: 5 double-figure scoring games ... 2 double-figure rebounding games ... 1 double-double ... did not score in UF’s last 8 games (did not dress for any of those games)
Sophomore Year (2011-12)
At Oklahoma State … appeared in all 34 games and started nine … averaged 11.4 minutes per game … OSU’s sixth-leading scorer (4.0 ppg) and fifth-leading rebounder (4.1 rpg) … blocked a team-best 44 shots and shot 40.7 percent from the floor, the third-highest mark on the squad … tied her career-high with five blocked shots against Oklahoma (Jan. 14) … scored a season-high 13 points twice … was the team’s game leading rebounder twice … three double-figure scoring games
Freshman Year (2010-11)
At Oklahoma State … appeared in all 31 games, starting 17 … averaged 20.1 minutes … team’s second-leading scorer (11.2 ppg) and rebounder (5.5 rpg) … shot a team-best 49.5 percent from the floor and blocked a team-high 66 shots, while leading the team in made free throws (69) and attempts (103) … field goal percentage ranked sixth in the Big 12 Conference … first career double-double was a 10 point-13 rebound effort against UT-Arlington (Nov. 22) … second double-double came at Texas Tech (Feb. 26), 14 points, 11 rebounds … contributed 21 points with nine rebounds and a career-high five blocked shots against Texas Tech (March 8) in the Big 12 Tournament … scored a career-high 24 points on 10-of-17 shooting with eight rebounds in at Iowa State (Feb. 2) … team’s leading scorer eight times and leading rebounder five times … three 20-point games … 19 double-figure scoring games … two double-figure rebounding games … two double-doubles
Graduated from Marian High School in May of 2010 … averaged 18.5 points and 4.8 blocked shots per game her senior year at MHS … capped prep career as the Crusader’s all-time leader for rebounds (845) and blocked shots (266) … named a 2010 first-team All-State performer by the Lincoln Journal Star and the Associated Press … one of 20 players in the country who received Honorable Mention for the 2010 WBCA High School All-America Game … set eight school records during her senior year with the Crusaders, including most points in a game (36), rebounds in a game (28), rebounds in a season (333) and blocked shots in a season (121) … during her junior year collected 22 points and 23 rebounds in MHS’s win against Millard South … led Marian HS to a state tournament berth in 2008, 2009 and 2010, with the 2009 squad finishing third … named The World-Herald’s All-Metro Conference team … regards Jim Seward, director of School of Hoops in Omaha, her personal coach and mentor and talks with him three to four times a week by phone … coached at Marian HS by Jim Miller and Beth Dye