2003-04: Named team's Most Valuable Player ... Played in all 27 games, while starting in 15 ... Finished fourth in the nation and second in the conference in three-point shooting percentage, as she hit 55 of 120 attempts (.458) from beyond the arc ... Averaged 8.4 points, 2.3 rebounds and 1.7 assists ... Notched career highs in points (26) and three-pointers (seven) in a win over Cornell during the final weekend of the season ... The seven threes versus Cornell tied a single-game school record ... Competed in a season-high 41 minutes and scored 13 points in an overtime win at Dartmouth ... Made all five three-point FG attempts, went 6-for-6 from the floor and scored a team-high 17 points in a victory at Syracuse ... Connected on 17 of 32 three-pointers over the final five games of the season ... Sank 15 of her last 17 free throws ... Scored a team-high 22 points at Quinnipiac in the season opener. 2002-03: Played in 25 games and started 21 times ... Averaged 28.6 minutes per game...Finished fourth on the team and 21st in the Ivy league in scoring (9.6 ppg) ... Named to the Vermont Howard Bank All-Tournament Team, averaging 13 points during the two-game tourney ... Attempted the most three-point FG on team (145)...Placed fifth in the conference in three-point FG made per game (1.72) ... Had a team-high 21 points against Cornell on Feb. 1 ... Reached double-figures in points 12 times ... Led the team in scoring on three occasions. 2001-02: Appeared in all 27 contests for the Elis making one start ... Had 5 double-digit scoring games including 15 points in the first game of the season versus Quinnipiac on Nov. 18 ... Made at least one three pointer in 14 games ... Had a six rebounds on two occasions, once against Army on Dec. 5 and against Harvard on March 1 ... At Skyline: Lettered in four sports: basketball, volleyball, track and cross country ... Four-year letterwinner in basketball, where she averaged double figures all four seasons ... Earned all-league honors three years in a row, league MVP her senior year and named team MVP as a junior and senior ... Recognized by USA Today in 1999 and 2000 as a "Player To Watch." Personal: A psychology major ... A member of Athletes in Action ... Daughter of Gary and Pam Mauseth ... Born March 4, 1983. Coach Backus on Mauseth: "Tory's greatest asset is her fearless shooting from beyond the arc. We've had some great three-point shooters at Yale, and Tory could be one of the best. She has a quick release with great range."