|Kristi Toliver Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 7 in|
|Date of Birth||January 24, 1987|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
Kristi Toliver is an American-Slovak professional basketball player who is best known for her contribution to the Los Angeles Sparks.
Kristi Renee Toliver
Harrisonburg, Virginia, United States
Kristi studied at Harrisonburg High School from where she completed her schooling in 2005.
Later, she attended the University of Maryland where she honed in on her basketball skills.
- Father – George Toliver (Former NBA Referee)
- Mother – Peggy Toliver
- Siblings – Carli Toliver (Sister)
As a member of the Los Angeles Sparks, she is represented by Penny Toler.
5 ft 7 in or 170 cm
59 kg or 130 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
- Curly hair
- Snub nose
- She has a beauty spot near her left eyebrow.
She has done endorsement work for various brands including Nike.
Kristi Toliver Facts
- She was brought up in Virginia alongside her sister.
- Kristi was not the first person in her family to be associated with basketball on a professional level as her father once an NBA referee.
- She started off with a strong basketball career, as by the time she completed her high school she had already won several accolades including the McDonald’s All-American, EA Sports All-American, and USA Today All-USA Basketball Team member. Other than that, she was also rewarded with the Virginia State Gatorade Player of the Year and Virginia Ms. Basketball title.
- Kristi was one of the players who took part in the 2005 WBCA High School All-America Game and the 2005 McDonald’s All-American Game.
- Her last few-second 3-pointer contribution to the University of Maryland women’s basketball team led them to win their first-ever national championship.
- At the EuroBasket Women 2015 qualification tournament in 2014, she played for the Slovakian women’s national basketball team.
- Kristi was appointed as a full-time assistant coach for the Washington Wizards on October 16, 2018.
- Until May 2020, she had been crowned the WNBA Champion twice.
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