Shea Sydney Ralph (born 12 March 1978) is a former collegiate basketball player and current assistant coach for the University of Connecticut Huskies women's basketball team. Ralph was proficient in multiple sports, set state high school records in basketball, and earned multiple national player of the year awards in high school and college. She helped win a National Championship as a player at the University of Connecticut in 2000 and won numerous individual awards, including the Sports Illustrated for Women Player of the Year and the Honda Sports Award for the best collegiate female athlete in basketball. She suffered five acl injuries in her career, two of which led to sitting out the 1997-98 season. Ralph was drafted by the WNBA Utah Starzz, but continued knee problems prevented her from embarking on a professional career. Ralph started her coaching career as an assistant coach at the University of Pittsburgh in 2003, then moved to the University of Connecticut in 2008. Shea Ralph grew up in Fayetteville, North Carolina, where she attended Terry Sanford High School. She was named Athlete of the Year by the North Carolina High School Athletic Association.
|Date of birth|
|March 12th, 1978|
|United States of America|
1. Terry Sanford High School School
Terry Sanford High School (formerly known as Fayetteville High School) is a public high school in Fayetteville, North Carolina, United States. It is named after Terry Sanford, who was a North Carolina state senator, Governor of North Carolina and a United States Senator. It includes grades 9-12 and is a part of the Cumberland County School System and is one of the oldest schools the system. Terry Sanford operates under the traditional 10 month calendar.
|Official web page||www.tshs.ccs.k12.nc.us|
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2. University of Connecticut Colleges/University
The University of Connecticut (UConn) is a public research university in Connecticut. Known as a Public Ivy, UConn was founded in 1881 as a land-grant university, The institution serves more than 30,000 students on its six campuses, including more than 8,000 graduate students in multiple programs.
2013. 358 mil. $
2010. 264 mil. $
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2010. 47.0 %
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2008. 9.34 K $
|Official web page||www.uconn.edu|