Wright Named to CWPA All-South Second Team
Senior Totaled 109 Points in 2009, Fifth-Most in a Season in Program History
Nov. 20, 2009
CAMBRIDGE, MA - George Washington men's water polo senior John-Claude Wright was named to the Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) All-Southern Division Second Team, the league announced prior to the start of the Eastern Championship Friday evening.
The all-conference selection is Wright's first and marks the sixth All-South Second Team selection for the Colonials since 2006. Wright concluded his final season with 71 goals to rank among the CWPA and NCAA national leaders, while his 109 points (71g/38a) this season were the fifth-most in a single season in program history.
Wright finished his four-year career with 203 goals, good for fifth all-time in program history. He also ranks second all-time with 31 field blocks and seventh all-time in both assists (93) and steals (154).
Wright was named CWPA Southern Division Co-Player of the Week Nov. 10 after guiding the Colonials to a fifth-place finish with a 2-1 mark at the Southern Championship with seven goals, eight assists, 10 steals and 10 ejections drawn. GW won its last two games to place fifth Southerns and finish 9-22 overall in 2009.
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