2013 (Senior): Had two hits, including a double and an RBI in game one at ASU ... drew a walk in game two and game three ... in game one vs. OSU, she had one hit, two walks and scored three times ... walked once in game two ... had one hit in game two at UCLA ... had two hits and an RBI in game three vs. Oregon ... walked twice in game one at Arizona ... had one hit in game two ... had a double and a sac hit and two RBI in game three ... had a sac fly vs. DePaul ... had a hit and an RBI vs. Penn State ... had two hits, an RBI and scored once vs. Ohio ... had two hits, including a double with two RBI vs. Bradley ... had a hit and scored once vs. UNM ... walked once vs. Yale ... had two hits, including a double vs. Seattle ... had a sac fly and an RBI vs. Brown ... had three hits, an RBI and a run vs. Bradley ... also stole a base ... had two hits vs. UNO ... hit a home run, had two hits, an RBI and two runs at CSU ... had two hits including a home run and five RBI vs. Virginia ... had a hit and an RBI vs. No. 23/23 Florida State ... hit a double, had two RBI and walked twice vs. Illinois ... had a hit, a sac hit and an RBI vs. No. 13/16 Georgia ... had two hits against Notre Dame ... had one hit against No. 24/22 Kentucky, a double ... pinch hit against Cal Poly ... had one hit and a run vs. UC Riverside ... started all six games behind the plate on opening weekend ... hit a home run in the season-opener vs. St. Mary's ... had two hits, one RBI, one run and on walk ... had a run and walked twice vs. Ole Miss ... homered against UAB in game two.
2012 (Junior): Academic All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention ... started 52 games and appeared in a total of 54 ... hit a grand slam in a 12-4 win over North Dakota (3/11) ... hit well in the NCAA Regionals, going 5-for-9 over three games with an RBI and a run scored ... tied for the team lead with four sacrifice flies ... her five home runs were fourth most on the team ... got off to a great start in the Kajikawa Classic, hitting .545 with a double, two RBI and five walks ... had nine multi-hit games and six multi-RBI games ... committed just three errors all year to give her a .990 fielding percentage for the season and for her career.
2011 (Sophomore): Invited to the National Team training camp ... appeared and started in all 53 games ... batted .208 collecting 32 hits in 154 at bats with seven home runs, 22 runs, four doubles and 29 RBIs ... had 239 putouts, with nine in two different games (3/20, 4/2) ... walked 22 times ... slugging percentage was .370 ... hit a two-RBI single in both the 17-13 win over UNLV (2/12) and in the team's second victory over a ranked opponent, No. 21/24 Texas A&M (2/24) ... hit a two-RBI double in the 14-2 victory over Cal State Fullerton (2/26) ... hit a solo home run to tie the game in the team's 9-2 win over UMass (2/26) ... hit a two-RBI home run in UW's 10-7 victory against UC Upstate in Husky Softball Classic (3/13) and in UW's 6-0 victory over Cal State Bakersfield (3/22) ... hit a solo home run to give UW the lead in their 4-1 victory over Boise State (3/20) ... made a game-winning assist in the 3-2 win over No. 12/9 Cal (4/9) ... set her career high for at bats (five), runs (three), hits (two), doubles (one), home runs (one), RBI (three) and walks (two) ... had a five-game hitting streak (3/5-12).
2010 (Freshman): Appeared in all 59 games with 57 starts ... batted .283 collecting 49 hits in 173 at bats with 12 home runs, 23 runs, 13 doubles, and 54 RBIs ... batted .328 in Pac-10 games ... had 506 putouts, with 17 in the series-winning Super Regional game against Oklahoma ... walked 14 times ... Slugging percentage was .578 ... had five RBIs in the 8-0 win against Stanford (5/7) ... hit a pinch-hit two-run home run in the sixth inning of the 4-3 win over Ohio (2/12) ... led the team in doubles, tied for a team-high in stolen base percentage, second in at bats, home runs and RBIs, third in total bases, triples and slugging percentage, fifth in runs scored, plate appearances and hits ... sixth all-time in school history in career slugging percentage ... First-Team All-Pacific Region ... Second-team All-Pac-10 Conference ... Member of Pac-10 All-Freshman Team ... Husky Rookie of the Year ... Member of USA Softball Futures team.
A four-year varsity starter at Lancaster High School ... named second-team EA Sports All-American and second-team All-CIF as a senior ... first-team All-State selection her junior and senior years ... named ESPN California State Softball Athlete of the Week (May 15, 2009) ... a first-team All-Area selection by the Daily News as a sophomore, junior, and senior ... a four-time All-Valley selection by the Antelope Valley (AV) Press highlighted by the All-Valley Softball Player of the Year award as a junior and All-Valley Catcher of the Year award as a senior ... four-time first-team All-League selection ... named League Offensive Player of the Year as a junior and League MVP as a senior ... selected the All-Antelope Valley All-Star softball team MVP by the AV Press ... won the Daily News' All-San Fernando Valley All-Star Homerun Derby ... earned team MVP and scholar athlete honors each of her four varsity seasons ... set new school and league records for most homeruns (14) and RBIs (47) in a season ... ranks third all-time in California state history for career home runs (50), fourth all-time in California state history for career RBIs (173), and 15th all-time in California state history for career doubles (32) ... state record-holder for most walks (6) in a game (April 9, 2009 in 11 inning (3-4) loss to League Champions, Knight H.S.) ... finished her senior season with a .631 AVG in 65 ABs, with 27 BBs and 1K ... played club ball with the Corona Angels Gold team coach by Marty Tyson, father of former Husky All-American Dena Tyson ... helped the Corona Angels to a second-place finish at the 2008 ASA 18U Gold Nationals, a fifth-place finish in 2007, and a top 25 finish in 2009.
Parents are Tim and Dolly Wright ... has an older brother, Greg.
COACH TARR ON WRIGHT
"Ever since we've known Shawna Wright, we've wanted her to be a part of Husky softball. Shawna can catch and play the infield corner positions. Her power at the plate will be noticed immediately as we will see a lot of balls land in the lake off her bat."
WRIGHT ON WHY WASHINGTON
"I chose the University of Washington because I want to compete at the highest level on the field and in the classroom, and Washington gives me the opportunity to accomplish just that. At Washington, I want to earn a degree from a nationally ranked university and win a National Championship."