John-Claude Wright Named Men's Water Polo Team MVP for 2009
Senior Paced Colonials in Scoring, Earned Second Team All-South Honors in 2009
April 29, 2010
WASHINGTON - John-Claude Wright was named the men's water polo team's Most Valuable Player at George Washington University's annual Senior Honors Luncheon on the GW campus Thursday.
J.C. concluded a standout four-year career with one of the finest seasons in program history this past fall, totaling 109 points on 71 goals and 38 assists to earn Second Team All-Southern Division honors from the Collegiate Water Polo Association. His 109 points were the fifth-most in one season at GW and his 203 career goals rank fifth all-time at the University. J.C., who also ranks second all-time in field blocks and seventh in both assists and steals, excelled in the classroom as well, earning a spot on the CWPA Scholar-Athlete Team in three of his four seasons.
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