2009: Enters senior season ranked 14th all-time at GW in goals (132) and steals (114).
2008: Ranked second on team with 43 goals, 64 points and 27 swim-offs won in 26 games played ... Third on team with 21 assists, 24 ejections drawn and fourth on team with 30 steals ... Scored a goal in 20-of-26 games, including eight games of three-or-more goals, highlighted by career-best six-goal effort against Bucknell (9/27) ... Matched career-high six points on four goals and two assists against No. 17 Navy (10/7) ... Recorded multiple points in 18 games.
2007: GW's leading goal scorer and ranked 31st nationally with 55 goals ... Ranked second on team with 70 points and 57 steals ... Scored at least one goal in 27 of 30 games ... Also scored at least one point in 28 of 30 games ... Posted 19 multi-point and 15 multi-goal games, including nine games with three-or-more goals ... Scored career-high five goals and added an assist in victory over Penn State Behrend (9/1) ... Named to ACWPC and CWPA All-Academic Teams ... Member of Jamaica's FINA Junior World Championships team, scored two goals against Canada.
2006: Led GW rookies and ranked fourth on team with 53 points ... Was team's fourth leading goal scorer with 34 and ranked second on team with 19 assists ... Also ranked second on team with 27 steals and 16 ejections drawn ... Netted five hat tricks and 12 multi-goal games ... Scored career-high seven points on two goals and career-best five assists versus Penn State-Behrend at Southern Championships ... Had 17 points on nine goals and eight assists as GW went 3-1 and finished fifth at Southerns ... Named to ACWPC and CWPA All-Academic Teams.
Prior to GW: Three-year member of Jamaican National Team ... Received All-New England honors as a senior at Williston Northampton ... Set school records for goals in a season (71) and goals in a game (10) during senior campaign ... Also set school mark for steals in a season (52) as a junior ... Named team's most improved player as a sophomore.
Personal: John-Claude Emile Wright ... Born February 1, 1988 in Kingston, Jamaica ... Son of John Claude and Sophia Wright ... Has one sister, Rene ... Majoring in civil engineering.
WRIGHT'S CAREER STATS Year GP Goals Assists Points Steals ED 2006 26 34 19 53 27 16 2007 30 55 15 70 57 15 2008 26 43 21 64 30 24 2009 31 71 38 109 40 58 Totals 113 203 93 296 154 113
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