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Montgomery played a single professional season in Seattle, where she appeared in just seven games for an average of 4 minutes a game before being waived in March 2018. The Storm went on to win the WNBA championship this season.
A 6-foot-5 native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, she was drafted at No. 30 in the 2017 WNBA Draft after her time at West Virginia University, where she was an integral part of the team’s success.
She set the Mountaineers' career field goal percentage record, shooting 355-of-596 for her career — a 59.6 percent clip, according to KSU. She also ranked among the best blockers in the history of the Big 12 Conference.
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In her senior season as a Mountaineer — during which the team earned a second-round appearance in the NCAA Tournament — she averaged 10.6 points, 8.9 boards and 2.8 blocks per game.
“She was a tremendous part of our program for the five years she was with us, and she will make a great role model and mentor to younger players,” her WVU coach Mike Carey said in the news release. “ ... Her Mountaineer family couldn’t be happier for her, and we wish her the best of luck.”
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