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American professional basketball player
Born: February 11, 1976 (age 46 years), Chester, South Carolina, United States
Height: 1.8 m
Education: Harvard University
Points: 2,260 (8.0 ppg)
WNBA draft: 1998 / Round: 1st / Pick: 5th overall
Full NameAllison Sharlene Feaster-Strong.
ProfessionVP of PDOG at Boston Celtics.
Birth DateFebruary 11, 1976.
Birth PlaceChester, South Carolina, America..
Lives inBoston, Massachusetts, United States.
ParentsFather: William Preston Feaster III.
Mother: Sandra Feaster.
Pounds: 168 lbs.
HeightIn feet: 5′ 11″.
In centimeters: 180 cm.
In meters: 1.8 m.
SchoolChester High School.
CollegeHarvard Business School Executive Education.
Teams Played ForIndiana Fever (2008).
Charlotte Sting (2001-2006).
Los Angeles Sparks (1998-2000).
Skills: Athletics. Basketball. Weightlifting.
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Allison Sharlene Feaster was born February 11, 1976, in Chester, South Carolina to William Preston Feaster III and Sandra Feaster. Nicknamed “Charley,” Feaster began playing basketball at the age of seven.
She tried out for her high school team as a 5-foot, 9 inch seventh grader, and made the team as a starter.
Feaster’s parents separated when she was in fifth grade, and she has credited her mother, who returned to college herself around the time of the separation, with instilling the importance of academics.
Feaster ultimately graduated as valedictorian of her high school class, and turned down athletic scholarships so that she could determine her own academic focus during her college years.
Feaster-Strong is married to Danny Strong, her high school sweetheart, who also played college basketball, at North Carolina State University, and has a daughter, Sarah, born in February, 2006.
The couple both played in Europe during the WNBA’s off-season, and after several years playing in France they were naturalized as French citizens. Feaster-Strong has competed under the name Allison Feaster in the WNBA and as Allison Feaster-Strong overseas.
In August 2012 Feaster-Strong traveled to Myanmar, and in August 2014 to the Philippines, as a Sports Diplomacy Sports Envoy for the U.S. Department of State.
She worked with Derrick Alston, Erik Spoelstra, Richard Cho, Darvin Ham, and Marty Conlon to conduct basketball clinics and events for youth and women from underserved areas.
Allison Sharlene Feaster-Strong is a retired American professional basketball player. Feaster-Strong played in the Women’s National Basketball Association from 1998 through 2008, for the Los Angeles Sparks, Charlotte Sting, and Indiana Fever.
She played professionally in Europe from 1998 through 2016 for teams in Portugal, France, Spain, and Italy. She retired from professional basketball on August 8, 2016.
Feaster-Strong attended Harvard College, graduating in 1998 with a degree in Economics, and setting multiple Ivy League women’s basketball records along the way.
She was selected as a first-team All-Ivy League player each of her four years, and was the first athlete in any sport to be honored as Ivy League Player of the Year three times, after also having been Ivy League Rookie of the Year.
Allison Feaster is Vice President of Player Development & Organizational Growth for the Boston Celtics.