2011 (FRESHMAN SEASON): Saw playing time in five games as a freshman ... Took one shot on the year in Ole Miss' 6-1 win over The Citadel ... Played a career-high 15 minutes in the Rebels' game at Georgia.
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Marshall County High School in Benton, Ky. ... Was a three-time All-District Team honoree and a two-time First Team All-State selection ... Ended her career second all-time in Marshall Country school history in goals scored (118), second for goals in a season (36) ... Is the all-time leader in assists (34) and is the career leader in assists in a season (17) ... Led her team to a Region I runner up finish in 2010 and a sectional runner-up finish in 2009 ... Also played basketball and was a team captain from 2009-11 and was named to the All-District and All-Region for basketball in 2007 ... Involved in several activities in high school including serving as Student Government Vice President, a class representative, Marshall Militia Pep Club Secretary.
CLUB: Played club for Marshall County Lady Marshals.
ODP: Was a member of the Kentucky Region II State ODP team from 2004-06.
PERSONAL: Born July 5, 1992 ... Full name is Margaret Elizabeth Thomas ... Daughter of Jeff and Susan Thomas ... Enjoys the outdoors and activities such as bow hunting and fishing ... Likes to travel and has been to Mexico, the Bahamas and Jamaica ... Has two older sisters, Anna, who attends LSU, and Olivia, who attends Kentucky ... Participated in numerous community service events including Walks for MS, St. Jude Children's Hospital annual fundraisers and the Gunning for Gunner Foundation for Pediatric brain cancer.
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