|High School:||Canterbury HS|
|Last School:||Fort Wayne Canterbury|
As a Sophomore: Started all 33 games at point guard, scoring 14.5 points per game and dishing out 5.7 assists per game … Named First Team All-OVC for second year in a row … Maggard enjoyed one of the greatest shooting seasons in program history as she ranked in the top five nationally in three-point percentage (.487) and three-pointers made most of the season (116) ... Maggard’s three-point shooting percentage was the best in program history and she finished with the second-most three-pointers in program history (Kelli Davis, 126 – 1994) and the most in Belmont NCAA’s Division I history … In addition, Maggard’s 188 assists were the third-most in program history and the most in Belmont NCAA Division I era surpassing her own mark of 174 in 2015- 16 … Maggard’s 3.2 assist to turnover ratio led the conference and ranked top five nationally … Ranked top 30 nationally in six statistical categories including first in three-point shooting percentage … She finished second in three-pointers made per game trailing Michigan State’s Jankoska by just .2 … Led the OVC in three-pointers made, three-pointer percentage, assist to turnover ratio and ranked second in total assists and seventh in scoring … Shooting over 230 three-pointers, she still managed to rank seventh in the OVC in field goal percentage (.491) … Compiled 24 double figure scoring games and led the team in scoring 12 times … Led the team in assists 20 times, totaling three double figure assist games …. Made five or more three-pointers in 10 games … Twice she knocked down eight treys in a game, once at Murray State (2/4/17) and at Tennessee Tech (2/11/17) … Totaled six games with 20 or more points … Poured in seven three-pointers on the road at Minnesota (12/14/16), fueling an outstanding effort from the Bruins … Scored at least 13 points in six-straight games from 12/29/16 – 1/14/17 … Dished out a season-best 13 assists at Morehead State (2/18/17) … Season high in points came at Loyola Marymount (11/26/16) where she tallied 27 points and added nine assists.
As a Freshman: OVC Freshman of the Year ... First Team All-OVC ... Top 50 nationally in seven statistical categories ... Within the OVC ranks she was second in assists, second in 3PTFG/gm and second in asst/TO ratio .. Belmont's second leading scorer at 12.5 per game ... Started all 33 games as a true freshman, led the team in minutes played at 1,152 ... Led Belmont with 5.3 assists per game ... Shot 42% (137-315) from three-point land and 93% (53-57) from the charity stripe ... Tied for team lead with 27 steals ... Opened the season with three double figure scoring games in Belmont's first four contests ... Scored 16 points in her first ever collegiate game, hitting four three-pointers against (11/13) ... Poured in 23 points, dished out six assists and grabbed five boards against Troy (11/29) ... Came just shy of a triple-double at Lipscomb (12/2), scoring 12 points, dishing out 10 assists and picking up eight rebounds ... Tallied 13 points at Wake Forest (12/6) ... Nine point, nine rebound game against Trevecca (12/8) ... Scored 14 points or more in four-straight games from mid-to-late December ... Notched a double-double with a 24 point, 10 rebound game vs. Austin Peay (1/16) ... Scored 12 points and dished out 10 assists against Tennessee State, picking up a double-double (1/24) ... Scored 20 points, hitting six three-pointers at Tennessee Tech (1/30) ... Poured in a season-high 26 points at UT Martin, hitting a season-high eight three-pointers (2/15) ... Scored eight points while dishing out four assists in Belmont's NCAA Tournament matchup with Michigan State (3/18) ... Darby Maggard’s 174 assists last season were the six most in program history and the most in Belmont’s NCAA Division I history (1997 and on) ... Maggard’s 5.3 assists per game last season were the six most in program history and the most in Belmont’s NCAA Division I history ... Maggard’s 84 three-pointers made last season were the sixth most in program history and the second most in Belmont’s NCAA Division I history ... Maggard’s .420 three-point field goal percentage last season was the sixth best mark in program history and the fifth best in Belmont’s NCAA Division I history ... 2015-16 OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll Honoree.
Prior to Belmont: Prepped at Fort Wayne Canterbury under coach Wayne Kreiger ... Indiana Miss Basketball Runner-up 2015 ... McDonald's All-America nominee ... Indiana All-Star Team ... 21 Alive Fort Wayne Girls Basketball Player of the Year 2015 ... 2015 News Sentinel Player of the Year ... Four-time All-Area selection ... Named All-Star three times ... Supreme 15 Core Team 2015 ... Set two FWC records -- most points in a single game (47) and most assists (17) ... Set Indiana free-throw percentage single season record, hitting 98.6 percent at the line ... In state of Indiana, finished third among all players in scoring (28.1 ppg) and led in assists (7.7 apg) as a senior ... Helped FWC to back-to-back IHSAA state championship titles (2012, 2013) ... Helped FWC to back-to-back IHSAA state runners-up (2014, 2015) ... Patricia L. Roy Mental Attitude Award ... Three-time IBCA Player of the Week ... ESPNW ranked #94 on the Top 100 list ... Served as team captain for three years ... Also played softball at FWC.
Personal: Born August 14, 1996 ... Daughter of James and DeeDee Maggard ... Has one sibling, Drake ... Steph Curry, Steve Nash and Tim Tebow are her favorite athletes ... Lists favorite musical groups as Rascal Flatts, Zach Brown Band and Third Day ... Favorite movie is Hoosiers ... Greatest sports thrill was winning back-to-back state championships ... Majoring in Psychology.