FSU Women's Basketball: Looking Back at Imani Wright's Career as a Seminole

Looking back at Imani Wright's career as a Florida State Seminole.
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As the season continued, Imani Wright continued to play an intricate role in the Seminoles’ rotation. Again, her leadership was huge as she was vocal and knew how to rally the team to victory. Wright averaged 10.7 points on 38 percent shooting from three.

She had five games where she scored over 15+ points and helped Florida State reach the NCAA Tournament, where they lost to South Carolina in the Elite Eight. 

After one season, Imani Wright gained her respect as a high-level player in the NCAA. She was by far one of the best shooters in the NCAA and her numbers showed for it. The momentum continued as a senior for Wright as Florida State continued to assert itself as one of the top contenders in the ACC. The Noles won their first 10 games of the season and were clicking on all cylinders. 

Wright was an offensive machine throughout her senior season. She continued to torch the defense from behind the three-point line and make big plays down the stretch. Wright’s highlight moment of the season was in a conference game against Wake Forest, where she scored 31 points and made nine threes to help Florida State rally from down 15 in the fourth quarter to win in overtime.