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Bio of Founder

Clarissa Davis-Wrightsil Clarissa Davis-Wrightsil: Founder and Head Coach of TeamXpress National Travel Team, former University of Texas and Rutger's University Women's Basketball Assistant Coach, All-American, National Player of the Year, WNBA Executive, Olympian and 10 year pro standout and was inducted into The Women's Basketball Hall of Fame in April of 2006.

Professional Career
  • Assistant Coach, (NCAA) Rutgers University (2008-2009)
  • Assistant Coach, (NCAA) University of Texas Longhorns (2006-2007)
  • Chief Operating Officer (COO), WNBAs San Antonio Silver Stars (2002-2006)
  • Director of Development for Womens Basketball, San Antonio Spurs (1999-2002)
  • Played professionally from 1989-2001 in Turkey, Japan and Italy before returning to the United States and finishing her career with stints with the Long Beach StingRays and San Jose Lasers in the ABL and the Phoenix Mercury in the WNBA, European Championship MVP & Leading Scorer, Turkish League MVP and Japanese League MVP
  • European Champion (1990), Four times Turkish Women Basketball League Championship winner, two with Galatasaray and two with Fenerbahce Istanbul
Basketball Honors / Professional Accomplishments / Professional Stats
  • Inducted into the San Antonio Women?s Hall of Fame (2003)
  • San Antonio Business Journal, 40 Under 40 Recipient WNBA Chief Operating Officer (2001)
  • Inducted into the San Antonio Hall for Fame Inducted into the University of Texas Hall of Honors (2000)
  • Turkish Basketball League (small forward) (1999)
    • League Champion
    • Turkish Cup Champion
    • League and team Most Valuable Player
    • Scoring leader
    • Team most valuable player
    • 27.6 points, 7.9 rebounds
  • Inducted into the Texas Hall of Fame (1997)
  • American Basketball League (small forward) (1997)
    • Premier Player and All-Star team
    • 14.9 points, 4.6 rebounds
  • Turkish Basketball League (small forward) (1994 to 1996)
    • League Champion (1994-1996)
    • League and team most valuable player and scoring leader
    • Turkish Cup Champion
    • All-Turkish (1994-1996)
    • 28.2 points, 9.8 rebounds (1996)
    • 30 points, 10.1 rebounds (1995)
    • 29.4 points, 10 rebounds (1994)
  • Japanese Basketball League, Kyoseki (team) (small forward) (1992 to 1993)
    • League runner-up
    • League scoring leader
    • All-Japan (All-Tournament team)
    • All-Japan (First team)
    • 29 points, 10 rebounds
  • Japanese Basketball League; Kyoseki (team) (small forward) (1991 to 1992)
    • League runner-up
    • All-Japan (All-Tournament Team)
    • All-Japan (First Team)
    • 25.3 points, 13.1 rebounds
  • European Cup Basketball Championship (small forward) (1990 to 1991)
    • League Champion
    • League Most Valuable player
    • League Scoring Leader
    • 25 points, 9.9 rebounds
  • Italian Basketball League; Conad, Cesena (team) (small forward)
    • League runner-up
    • Team Most Valuable Player
    • League top 5 in Scoring
    • All-Star Team
    • 25.3 points, 10 rebounds
  • Italian Basketball League; Unicar, Cesena (team) (small forward) (1989 to 1990)
    • League Champion
    • Team Most Valuable Player
    • Team Scoring Leader
    • League Top 10 in Scoring
    • League All-Star Team
    • 22 points, 10 rebounds
USA Basketball
  • Played on the 1992 U.S. Olympic Team, which received a bronze medal in Barcelona ... was the team's second-leading scorer (13.0 ppg) & lead the team in 3pt field goal percentage
  • Played on USA Basketball squads that collected gold medals in the 1986 World Championship, the 1986 and 1994 Goodwill Games, and the 1988 Pan American Games
  • Alternate on the 1988 U.S. Olympic Team
At Texas
  • Most decorated player in the history of University of Texas Basketball
  • Garnered National Player of the Year recognition, receiving the Naismith Award in both 1987 and 1989 and the Wade Trophy in 1989
  • As a senior in 1988-89, named Naismith National Player of the Year, U.S. Basketball Writers Association National Player of the Year, Champion and Mercedes Benz National Player of the Year
  • A two-time Kodak All-American and Naismith All-American, U.S. Basketball Writes Association All-American at the University of Texas (1987, 1989) consensus All-American
  • Earned Most Outstanding Player honors as a freshman at the 1986 Final Four, leading Texas to the NCAA Championship with a flawless 34-0 mark Also led Texas to the NCAA Final Four (1986) and to the Final Eight twice (1988, 1989)
  • Named to both the NCAA and the Southwest Conference "Team of the Decade" for the 1980s, earning top honors as the SWCs "Athlete of the Decade"
  • Tallied 2,008 points during her collegiate career for an average of 20 ppg in the Texas career record book, she stands: 1st, scoring average; 3rd, scoring; 4th, rebound average (8.7 rpg); 5th, field goal pct. (.539); 8th, rebounding (887)
  • Set Texas single season records (as a senior) for points (843), scoring average (26.3 ppg) and free throws made (188)
John Jay High School (San Antonio, TX)
  • San Antonio's first high school All-American. Was named to the prestigious Parade High School All-American 1st Team.
  • Senior Year Averages:
    • 28 points, 16 rebounds, 6 steals, 3 assist
    • Career Game High 75 points (in 3 quarter)