Biography of Kristi Harrower
Kristi Harrower ian an Australian professional basketball player who played for the WNBA team named Bandigo.
Kristi Harrower age
Harrower was born on March 4th, 1975, in Bandigo Victoria in Australia, she is 48 years old.
Kristi Harrower Family
New parents are Bernie Harrower her father and the identity of her mother is unknown.
Kristi Harrower husband
Harrower is married to Aaron Willoughby but it’s not known if they have children or not.
Kristi Harrower Career
Harrower began her career as under drafted player in the WNBA. Her first team was the Phoenix Mercury that she signed with in the late 1997 before entering the 1998 season. She managed to appear in 62 matches after spending two seasons with the Phoenix.
In 2000 she was traded with Tony Edwards to the Minnesota in 2003 with the Lynx she recorded an average of 2.3 assist and 2.8 points in each game. By the end of her career with the Lynx in 2005 and she recorded an average if 2.4 apg and 3.8 ppg after appearing in 96 games.
During the 2006 World Championship in Brazil Harrower was a part of the Women’s Senior Team of Australia that won the gold medal. In 2007 she was promoted to join the team that would get ready for the 2008 Summer Olympics but due to her commitment to Europe club she she didn’t take part in the games that were to lead her to the Summer Olympics which were the Good Luck Beijing which were played in China. But she was a part of the Women’s 2008 Summer Olympic team that won the Silver medal.
During the 2008-2009 season Harrower played for the Bendigo and also played for the team in the 2009-2010 season in the WNBL’s MVP. In October 2009 she resigned with the Spirits and played for them in the 2010-2011 season where she recorded a shooting percentage of 23% with three points even after sustaining a shoulder and Knee injury. She was then the team’s General Manager and recorded an average of 5.2 assists, 13.8 points and 5.5 rebounds per game. In 2010 her team started with a win of 1-4. In November she recorded eight assists and 14 points a victory game of 91-79 against the Adaide Lightening.
During the 2011-2012 season in January, she placed a Clutch shot that moved her team to carrying the day in a match against the Canabrra. Between 2013-2014 season in the Champions league, she helped her team to winning the league title. During the 2014-2015 season Harrower was named the assistant coach for the Bedingo Spirit. In a game while guarding an opponent she sustained an injury that made her return as a player and couldn’t in the first part of the season