2003: Member of the 2003 Big Ten All-Tournament team ... all-conference second team selection on defense ... Purdue’s all-time leader in games started with 82 ... passed Elise Berry’s old record of 79 with start against DePaul (11/14) ... ended Purdue career tied with Annette Kent for most games played at 83 ... played all 90 minutes in NCAA third round game against North Carolina, making several key blocks ... part of defensive effort that enabled Purdue to hold off the DePaul Blue Demons and Western Michigan Broncos (11/16) during the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament ... credited with a team save in 2-1 win over DePaul, after kicking out ball that was a few inches away from crossing the goal line ... played an outstanding defensive game in Big Ten Tournament loss to Illinois (11/7) ... blocked several Illini shots playing at central defense ... helped lead team to its eighth shutout of the season against Indiana (11/6) at the Big Ten Tournament ... part of a team effort that limited the Hoosiers to just two shots on goal ... anchored defense in shutout win over Indiana State (10/29) ... helped limit Sycamores to just eight shots, including one in the second half ... part of defensive effort that allowed only two shots taken by Ball State (11/1) ... recorded a blocked shot in 1-0 loss to the Cardinals ... played 45 minutes at defense in Purdue’s 2-1 win at Indiana (10/24) ... helped hold the Hoosiers scoreless during her time on the field ... prior to the Indiana game, had not missed a single minute of playing time since Evansville game (9/14) ... streak ended at 878:00 ... registered complete game in double OT match vs. Illinois (10/19) ... held Illini scoreless for final 70:23 ... competed for all 110 minutes in 2OT match at Michigan (10/12) ... defensive work kept the Wolverines off the board for the final 75 minutes of the match ... started and played entire game on defense at Michigan State (10/10) ... part of defensive effort that limited the Spartans to just four shots in the entire second half, allowing Purdue to come back and win ... registered a complete game on defense against Ohio State (9/28) ... part of defensive effort that held Buckeyes to eight shots ... played all 73 minutes of the rain-shortened match with Penn State (9/26) ... helped clear out nine Nittany Lion corner kicks ... played all 90 minutes in back-to-back games at Minnesota (9/19) and Wisconsin (9/21) ... was a huge factor in both of Purdue’s shutout victories over the Badgers and Gophers ... against Wisconsin cleared out a free kick by Jenny Kundert and blocked down a shot from Kara Kabellis ... started game vs. Evansville (9/14) on defense, helping lead team to its third-consecutive shutout victory ... played 74 minutes on defense against Illinois State (9/12), limiting the Redbirds to seven shots ... only Boilermaker to play all 90 minutes in season-opener against Marshall (8/30) ... part of defense that allowed only one shot all game.
2002: Academic All-Big Ten Selection ... spent over 1,600 minutes on the field at center-back ... started all 22 matches ... led all Boilermaker defenders in minutes played (1,673) ... registered nine consecutive complete games in the field dating from Oct. 4 vs. Northwestern until the final postseason contest against Notre Dame ... one of six Boilermakers to play all two hours of the NCAA first-round match with Eastern Illinois ... recorded her first career point on an assist to Annette Kent against Buffalo ... key member of all 10 Boilermaker shutouts.
2001: Academic All-Big Ten selection ... saw time in all 19 games, starting 18 ... key defensive player as the team leader in minutes played with 1,545 ... named to the Boilermaker Challenge Cup All-Tournament team for the second year in a row ... part of all seven Purdue shutouts and all three tie games ... stalwart player in the backfield for the Boilermakers, improving the team record for fewest goals allowed by 10 to a mere 16.
2000: One of only five players to start all 19 games for the Boilermakers ... named to the second annual Boilermaker Challenge Cup All-Tournament team ... made an immediate impact as a freshman, helping Purdue’s backfield hold its opponents to a record-setting low of 26 goals ... part of all eight shutouts.
High School: Earned four varsity letters in both soccer and basketball ... four-time all-conference, all-district, all-region and honorable mention all-state performer in soccer ... scored 11 goals and tallied four assists her senior year ... voted Traverse City’s Female Athlete of the Year as a senior ... named team’s best defender as a freshman and sophomore ... led the soccer team to three district championships and appearances in the state finals as a junior and senior ... participated in downhill skiing all four years ... received third-team all-state honors for downhill skiing as a junior and senior ... National Honor Society member.
Personal: Given name is Mary Margaret Masck ... born Nov. 18, 1981 ... is in her second year of pharmacy school ... parents are Kenneth and Kathleen Masck ... has an older brother, Paul.
Masck’s Career Statistics
Year GP-GS G Ast. Sh. SOG Pts.
2000 19-19 0 0 0 0 0
2001 19-18 0 0 0 0 0
2002 22-22 0 1 0 0 0
2003 23-23 0 0 0 0 0
Career 83-82 0 1 0 0 1