02/26/2014WBB: Word Association
01/09/2014HIGHLIGHTS: Womens Basketball vs Haverford
Jays Struggle Offensively Down the Stretch, Fall 56-46
Blue Jays Use 12-0 Win to Propel Them To Senior Day Win
Hopkins Gets Two Double-Doubles, Hands McDaniel First Home Loss of Season
Blue Jays Shoot 25.7 Percent In Second Half In Tough Loss
Blue Jays Hold Garnet to 23 Percent Shooting In Big Win
Johns Hopkins women's basketball team defeated Muhlenberg 67-43 inside Goldfarb Gym
2014-15: Team captain in final season • started 13 of 24 games for the Blue Jays • averaged 5.1 points and 5.3 rebounds in 17.5 minutes • posted a monstrous double-double in late-season win at McDaniel (2/18) with 12 points and 17 rebounds • the 17 rebounds were a career-high and is one of the best rebounding games in program history • finished 18th in program history with 449 career rebounds • finished season with four double-digit rebounding games, tied for most on the team • scored 10 points in 12 minutes in a win over Dickinson (1/14) • starting the last three games of the season, she averaged 10.3 points and 11 rebounds.
2013-14: Appeared in all 26 games, making 24 starts averaged 23.2 minutes and 9.2 points led the team in rebounds (173) and tied for first in blocks (11) posted a career-high 20 points and a season-high 13 rebounds against McDaniel (2/28) in the Centennial Semifinals scored 17 points in the season opener against Salisbury (11/16) recorded double-doubles in points and rebounds against Dickinson (11/20) and Franklin & Marshall (2/5) pulled down 11 rebounds against Eastern Mennonite (1/2).
2012-13: Appeared in all 27 games, averaging 12.4 minutes second on team in field goal percentage (.473) posted career-high 15 points and 16 rebounds against Mary Baldwin notched eight points and eight rebounds against Dickinson had 10 points and 11 rebounds at Bryn Mawr.
2011-12: Made 20 appearances off the bench averaged 4.4 minutes and 2.0 rebounds made collegiate debut and pulled down five rebounds versus Hood had a career-high eight points and seven rebounds versus Bryn Mawr.
High School: Four-year letter winner in lacrosse and three year letter winner in volleyball Nassau County All-County player all four years named team MVP and captain junior and senior year team advanced to conference playoffs all four years averaged 20 points and 12 rebounds per game as a senior inducted into New Hyde Park Memorial's Athletics Hall of Fame named an all-state players.
Personal: Ciara Rose McCullagh born May 21, 1993 daughter of Frank and Rosie McCullagh father, Frank, is a fifth degree black belt in judo and was a member of the US National Judo team and Ireland's National Judo team mother, Rosie, played basketball at St. Francis College and is a member of its Athletics Hall of Fame was student council and key club vice president was a member of the National Honor Society, Junior National Honor Society and Foreign Language Honor Society majoring in public health.