At Forest Park, she averaged 22.6 points, 9.0 rebounds, 6.8 assists and 4.0 steals per game. She missed being named to the All-ACC first team by two points that season.
Monica Ashante Wright (born July 15, 1988) is an American professional basketball player who last played for the Perth Lynx of the Women's National Basketball League (WNBL). In her freshman year as a Cavalier, she was named the ACC Rookie of the Year.
She played college basketball for Virginia Wright was born to Garry and Lynette Wright in San Antonio, Texas. Her family later moved to Woodbridge, Virginia where she attended Forest Park High School. As a sophomore, she was named to the ACC All-Defensive Team and also notched her 1,000th point.
For the 2012–13 season, she played in Australia for the Dandenong Rangers of the WNBL.
In 2013–14, Wright played in Korea for Shinsegae One FX, Wright was selected as a member of the USA Women's U19 team which won the gold medal at the FIBA U19 World Championship in Bratislava, Slovakia.
Soon enough, Doug was called back to his duties, and I had to start feeding the table quarters. Joe's misgivings aside, his girlfriend Danielle, ever the yenta, was eager to facilitate. We talked about some of her past relationships, though the president's name did not come up.
Between my former colleague Maloni and me, we could only scrape together three of the requisite four quarters. I didn't work her over for her opinions on Netanyahu, the emotional residue from her parents' split, any of that.
In 20, Wright played off the bench, backing up at both guard and forward.
She expanded her role in 2013, becoming the primary backup at shooting guard and point guard, averaging 9.0 points per game. On July 20, 2015, Wright was traded to the Seattle Storm in exchange for Renee Montgomery and a 2016 second-round draft pick.
You tend not to spend too much time contemplating Tim Russert's innermost thoughts when you're 100 feet under water, breathing through a narrow tube, soaring past the ocean wall in slow motion, staring at 200-year-old sea tortoises, parrot fish, and coral that have no concern for love or career.