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     Coach Aubreion Wright

     

    Sports: Boys Basketball

    Collegiate Alma Mater: Missouri Valley College

    Years of Coaching: 22 years

    aubwright@dallasisd.org

    (972) 502-2300

     

     
     

    Biography:

    Aubreion Wright, a native of Louisiana, has a diverse background of successful coaching experience at the Collegiate, High School and Middle School levels. Wright began his coaching career at Missouri Valley College as a student assistant for the women’s basketball team in 1997. The following season he took over as the Lead Assistant coach and continued coaching at MVC for the next two seasons. During his tenure coaching at MVC, the women’s basketball teams completed 20-win seasons for the first time in the school’s history.

    Coach Wright has been coaching basketball in Dallas ISD for over 11 years. During his 7 years at Kennedy-Curry Middle School, the boys’ basketball teams had a combined record of (89-9) and winning two of three city championship appearances. He is currently in his 3rd year as the Head Boys Basketball Coach at Dallas Conrad High School.

    Coach Wright started his basketball career at a young age becoming the Optimist Club regional free throw shooting champion in the sixth grade. Wright was Pineville Jr. High School’s Basketball MVP during his seventh and eighth-grade years and was on the district championship team at Bolton High School as a ninth grader. Coach finished his high school career at Peabody Magnet High School playing for the legendary and Hall of Fame Basketball Coach, Charles Smith. Coach Wright received a basketball scholarship to Marshalltown Community College where he received his Associate's degree. He later transferred to Northwestern State University in Louisiana but finished his basketball career at Missouri Valley College, receiving a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology.

    Coach Wright's desire to succeed or excel beyond expected limitations is the foundation of his program. Dedication to the sport, team, and self are the first ingredients he looks for in a player. The next key element is discipline. The final piece to Coach Wright’s successful program is development. Coach Wright believes that when this criterion is met, success will follow, not just on the court but also in the classroom.

    Aubreion is currently married to his wife Tanya of 14 years. They have two sons (Aubreion 22, Kewrin 15). During his free time, he enjoys fishing, watching basketball, and spending time with his family and friends.