|Hometown:||Lindsay, Ontario, Canada|
|High School:||Lindsay Institute|
Wright finished fifth on the team in goals with 23 as a junior, playing in all 32 games for the Tigers. She set a career high with four scores versus Harvard (Mar. 19) and recorded a hat trick against Cal State East Bay (Feb. 2). All told, she racked up seven multi-goal games on the year. Wright added 23 assists, notching a season-high three helpers against UC San Diego (Feb. 24). She added 16 steals and 13 drawn ejections.
In her first season as a Tiger, Wright played in 26 games, getting the starting nod 12 times. She finished the year with 10 goals including a three-goal outburst in the Tigers’ win over Fresno Pacific on Feb. 5. Wright recorded her other multi-goal outing against Pomona-Pitzer on Mar. 17, registering a pair of scores. One of the Tigers’ better defender, she recorded 28 steals on the year to go along with 10 assists and eight drawn ejections. Wright also displayed her speed by taking 43 sprints for Pacific, winning 20.
Wright spent one season at Mercyhurst University in Erie, Pa., where she lettered in water polo. She appeared in 23 games, recording 48 goals, 22 steals, 17 drawn ejections, and 15 asissts.
Wright attended the Lindsay Collegiate and Vocational Institute in Lindsay, Ontario, Canada. She earned two silver medals and one bronze at the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Association championships during her time as a Spartan. Wright was also a provincial all-star selection each year.
Wright was born in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada, and is the daughter of Jim and Wendy Wright. She has a twin brother, Ryan, and two sisters, Claire and Emma. Both sisters are members of Canada's national water polo program. Two of her cousins have played in the National Hockey League while a third is a member of the Canadaian Rugby National Team. Wright enjoys running, singing, and acting in her free time. She is pursuing a degree in education and hopes to become a teacher.