Masey Zegarowski (born March 5, 1997) is an American basketball player at Bryant University.
Prior to enrolling at Bryant, she played basketball for three high schools, and is the younger sister of current NBA player Michael Carter-Williams.
Zegarowski is the daughter of Zach and Mandy Zegarowski, and has three brothers: Michael, Marcus, and Max. Both of her parents played basketball during college and were both high school basketball coaches. All three of her brothers are currently playing basketball: Michael, is a member of the NBA’s Chicago Bulls and Marcus and Max play basketball in high school.
Zegarowski attended a total of three high schools: Ipswich High School in Ipswich, Massachusetts, Brewster Academy in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, and Tilton School in Tilton, New Hampshire.
Zegarowski played her first two years at Ipswich High School in Ipswich, Massachusetts coached by her mother Mandy Zegarowski. She lead Ipswich Tigers to a 37-9 including two Cape Ann League titles, and was named the 2013 Salem News Player of the Year. She transferred to Brewster Academy in and reclassified as a sophomore. Zegarowski, tore ligaments in her knee at practice, forcing her to sit out an entire 2013-2014 season. As a junior, Zegarowski averaged 18 points per game and five assists, but Brewster finished 6-17 on the season.
She later transferred to and graduated from Tilton School, where her team won New England Prep School Athletic Conference (NEPSAC) championship. In addition to basketball, she also participated in soccer and track and field. Before her lone season began at Tilton School, Zegarowski committed to the Bryant University over offers from Villanova, Cornell, Yale, Colgate and UMass Lowell.
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Freshmen Year Edit
Zegrowski had a decent season her freshmen year. She appeared in 29 games, earning 13 starts, while averaging 18.2 minutes per game . She scored a career-high 14 points on two occasions, both occurring in NEC games . She had career days in both meetings with Saint Francis U., totalling a best 14 points, five field goals, 12 field goals attempted, four three-point field goals made, nine three-point field goals attempted, five free throws made and six free throws attempted against the Red Flash.