CAREER: A key contributor to the Panther defense...started 35 of 42 career games played at Pitt and registered six career shots.
2005: Played in 11 games, starting seven... recorded six shots, matching her personal high from 2003... played an integral role in solid defense, allowing only 27 goals all season.
2004: Appeared in 15 games and started 14...played an important role in Pitt's record breaking defense (five shutouts).
2003: Played in 16 games for the Panthers, while starting 14...recorded six total shots on the year...registered shots against Connecticut (Oct. 5), Notre Dame (Oct. 19) and Robert Morris (Oct. 15)...played a key role in Pitt's school-record breaking defense (23 goals allowed).
HIGH SCHOOL: Concluded her career at Hempfield High School ranked 8th in school history for career assists by a defender (13)...led Hempfield to the 2000 sectional, league, and state championship...team won 2001 state championship and the 2002 league championship...named a Lancaster and Lebanon League All-Star and a two-time team MVP...played for the Hempfield Blitz for 13 years...member of the Olympic Development Program team (2001-02)...lettered in field hockey.
PERSONAL: Born April 1, 1985...daughter of Charles and Debbie Wrightson...has one brother and one sister...sister Christine plays soccer for the University of Delaware...majors in general management.
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