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  Phelan Wright
Phelan Wright

Player Profile

Los Alamitos, California

High School:
Los Alamitos


Third Base


Two-Time All-American

Arizona State (2003): Earned her second straight All-American honor, claiming NFCA/Louisville Slugger second team acclaim ... first-team All-Pacific Region choice ... first-team All-Pac-10 honors ... was one of 40 finalists for National Player of the Year honors ... posted a career-high 48 RBIs, second all-time in a single-season at ASU ... set the single-season record for home runs (15) ... second all-time with 27 career home runs ... third all-time in career RBIs with 115 ... ASU career leader in batting average (.378) ... fifth all-time in career doubles (30) ... played in all 57 games with 56 starts ... batted .325 with 51 hits and seven doubles ... scored 34 runs and had 103 total bases ... walked a team-high 19 times and had a team-high .656 slugging percentage ... batted .833 (5-6) with the bases loaded ... second on the team with 16 multi-hit games and tied for the team high with 11 multi-RBI games ... led the team with 19 two-out RBIs ... hit seven home runs against Pac-10 Conference pitching ... hit back-to-back-to-back home runs (first-time in ASU history) against SW Texas State, collecting six RBIs ... hit four home runs in a stretch of six games against Stanford, Arizona and Oregon State ... hit home runs against Arizona in consecutive games.

(2002): Had one of the best offensive seasons in ASU history ... earned first-team All-American honors ... led the team in batting average for the second straight year at .405 (fifth all-time in a single-season) ... one of 10 finalists for National Player of the Year honors ... first-team All-Pacific Region and All-Pac-10 honors ... earned NFCA National Player of the Week honors (5/18) and Pac-10 Player of the Week accolades ... named to the NIST All-Tournament team and the Region III All-Tournament team ... currently ASU's all-time leader in career batting average (.402) ... tied the single-season record with 17 doubles ... her 75 hits is fourth all-time in a single-season ... also led the team in RBIs (40), total bases (116), slugging (.627) and on-base percentage(.459) ... hit .470 with runners in scoring position ... posted a team-second-best 19 RBIs with two outs ... also hit eight home runs, second on the team ... led the team with 23 multi-hit games and 11 multi-RBI games ... posted the teams second longest hitting streak at 10 ... batted .350 in the Pac-10 Conference ... Maroon & Gold Scholar-Athlete.

(2001): Had an outstanding first year ... named the team's Offensive Player of the Year ... played in 57 games, starting all 57 ... led the team in batting average (.399), hits (67) triples (2) and slugging percentage (.530) ... earned second-team All-Pac-10 honors ... over the final 33 games she batted .495 with five doubles, two triple, three home runs, 12 runs scored, 15 walks and 22 RBIs ... was a main contributor in each of Arizona State's three wins against nationally-ranked Stanford and California, earning NFCA National Player of the Week honors and Pac-10 Player of the Week honors ... against Stanford, she went 2-for-4 with a double to help propel ASU to the extra inning win ... the next day against Cal, she went 2-for-3 with a home run, a run scored and two RBIs ... the home run put ASU ahead in the game 2-0 and a single later help to win that game in extra innings ... overall she went 4-for-8 (.500) with a double, a home run, a run scored, three RBIs and three walks ... in 21 Pac-10 games she batted an amazing .418 in the pitching rich conference ... posted the team's longest hitting streak at 13 games (fifth longest in the Pac-10) ... produced a team-high 18 RBIs with two outs ... finished tied for second on the team with 17 multi hit games and third in multi RBI games (6) ... batted .530 at the National Invitational Softball Tournament, earning all-tournament honors ... also led the team in postseason batting average at a .455 clip ... named to the Region III all-tournament team.

High School: A 2000 graduate of Los Alamitos High School, Los Alamitos, Calif. ... lettered four times in softball and twice in volleyball ... earned 1999 Most Valuable Player honors of the Sunset League ... first-team all-league selection ... 1999 Long Beach Press Telegram Dream Team member ... first-team All-C.I.F. and all-county ... team co-MVP with current ASU teammate Kristin Farber ... first-team All-American 18U Gold Nationals, playing for the Gordon Panthers ... 1998 first-team all-league ... named best defensive player.

Personal: Major is education ... parent is Holly MacDonald of Los Alamitos, Calif. ... has one older brother, Jason, who played professional baseball for the Pittsburgh Pirates and Kansas City Royals ... born March 31, 1982 in Long Beach, Calif. ... full name is Phelan Elizabeth Wright.

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