Shalonda Enis | 7
Season statistics & Notes Season splits Game-by-game stats Bio Printable player file
 PPG 8.7
 RPG 4.30
 APG .6
 EFF+ 9.03
Position:  F-C
Born: 12/03/74
Height: 6-1 /  1,85
Weight: 185  lbs. / 83,9  kg.
College: Alabama '97
Career Highlights
  • Named ABL Rookie of the Year in 1997-98
  • Named to the ABL All-Star team in 1997-98, capturing game MVP honors
  • Played in the 1994 U.S. Olympic Festival, capturing MVP honors
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    Remained on the injured list until July 22 after giving birth to her second son, Chanse, on May 1, 2002…Played in four of Charlotte’s final six regular season contests, scoring a season-high 11 points at Minnesota on August 9…Playoffs appeared in one game, grabbing two rebounds in three minutes.

    Averaged 6.0 points and 3.5 rebounds . . . Played all 32 games, starting 11 . . . Hit a team-high 45.2 percent of her three-point field goal attempts (14-of-31) . . . Scored in double figures six times . . . Scored a season-high 18 points on August 11 vs. New York . . . Playoffs Averaged 4.3 points and 1.9 rebounds on 50 percent shooting in eight games.

    Injured her right Achilles prior to the opening of training camp, missing all of camp and the first six games of the regular season . . . Played in the team’s next 12 games, starting her last nine, before re-injuring her Achilles and going back on the Injured List . . . Averaged 11.6 points and hit 34.4-percent of her three-point field goal attempts (11-of-32).

    Fourth on the Mystics in scoring (7.4) and third in rebounding (5.4) while playing in 29 games and starting 26 . . . Scored in double figures on seven occasions . . . Missed three games late in the season with the flu . . . Scored a season-high 18 points at Charlotte on July 17 . . . Grabbed a career-high 15 rebounds vs. Detroit on June 18.

    Her career three point field goal percentage (39.5%) is ninth on the ABL’s career leader board . . . 1998-99 Averaged 13.7 points and 8.0 rebounds while hitting 50-percent of her field goal attempts (78-of-156) for the Seattle Reign during the shortened ABL season . . . Led the team in scoring rebounding and field goal percentage . . . Reached double figures in scoring nine times and in rebounding six times while posting five double-doubles on the year . . . Scored a season-high 37 points on 12-of-17 shooting from the field and 12-of-15 from the line, while grabbing 12 rebounds in Seattle’s 106-97 double overtime win vs. San Jose on November 27, 1998 . . . 1997-98 Named ABL Rookie of the Year after averaging 18.0 points (5th in ABL) and 7.6 rebounds (7th) while hitting 40.3-percent of her three-point field goal attempts (6th) and 79.3-percent of her free throw attempts (214-of-270) . . . Named Second Team, All-ABL and finished tied for eighth in league MVP voting . . . Named to the ABL All-Star team and captured game MVP honors after leading the Western Conference to a 102-73 win with a team-high 15 points on 5-of-7 shooting from the field including 3-of-3 from beyond the arc and five rebounds in just 20 minutes . . . Scored a career-high 39 points (5th best in ABL history) on January 4, 1998 vs. the Long Beach Stingrays and was named ABL Player of the Week on January 7 . . . Grabbed a career-high 19 rebounds (7th best in ABL history) on December 28, 1997 vs. San Jose. COLLEGE:
    Was a finalist for the 1997 Naismith Award . . . Scored 1,309 points and recorded 28 double-doubles in just two season in Alabama . . . Advanced to the Sweet 16 in each of her two seasons . . . Was a First Team, United States Basketball Writers’ Association, Second Team, Sporting News and a Third Team, Associated Press All-American in 1997 . . . Earned Kodak All-America honors in 1996 . . . Averaged 23.9 points and 9.5 rebounds during her junior year and 17.0 points and 8.9 rebounds as a senior . . . Transferred to Alabama from Trinity Valley Community College in Athens, TX where she led the team to the 1995 Women’s Junior College National Championship and was named women’s JC player of the year . . . Trinity Valley advanced to the championship game in 1996 as well . . . Trinity Valley was 66-3 during her two seasons.


  • Full name is Shalonda Mochea Enis
  • Nickname is “Shay,” coming from her middle name, which is pronounced Mo-shay
  • Has two sons, Chanse, who was born last May, and Chase, who was born during her junior year of high school
  • Wears the number seven because her son was born on December 7
  • Is proud of making it in professional basketball after having a child at the age of 16, when everyone told her she wouldn’t be able to make it
  • Wears the number seven because her son was born on December 7
  • Has one brother and one sister
  • Speaks some Spanish and Dutch
  • Would like to be a social worker when her basketball career is over, concentrating on teenage pregnancy and battered women
  • Was named Texas High School Player of the Year in 1993

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