2014 WNBA Sixth Woman of the Year, Allie Quigley is a professional basketball player who plays in the Women's National Basket Association (WNBA) for the Chicago Sky as their shooting guard. She also played for the TBBL League and EuroLeague Women.
Two times Three-Point Shootout Champion (2017, 2018) Alexandria Quigley has made a decent amount of net worth around $2 million and is currently married to Courtney Vandersloot. Further details about her salary, net worth, and personal life are discussed below.
Allie Quigley is in her professional basketball playing career in WNBA for almost a decade so she is projected to have collected a decent amount of net worth. Quigley's net worth is estimated at around $2 million as of 2019.
The average salary of the WNBA players according to Forbes is around $77,878 which does not include bonuses and incentives. Players also receive a quite good amount as bonus, incentive. Moreover, endorsement deals help the players add some extra amount to their net worth.
The annual salary reported for the Chicago Sky's player Allie Quigley is around $115,500 and her weekly salary is around $2,221. Allie has also played in several other overseas leagues so she must have earned quite well from there which helped to increase her net worth.
Moreover, the famous WNBA player Quigley hasn't so far mentioned about her personal assets like cars and house.
A large number of the Women's National Basketball Association players have committed being LBGT. Among them, Allie Quigley is also included alongside some other players like Sue Bird, DeWanna Bonner, Courtney Vandersloot. Allie revealed that she has been dating her girlfriend Courtney Vandersloot.
The lovely couple exchanged their vows in front of their friends and family on December 27, 2018, on Thursday in Setalle north of her hometown Kent, Washington. Currently, Allie and her spouse are playing for the same team and they were in a romantic relationship for a long time before getting married.
Allie and her wife Courtney's wedding ceremony was attended by some of her teammates including Diamond DeShields. Both of them wore beautiful white wedding dresses in which they looked awesome. They have shared all the wedding moments via social media for their fans and one of them wrote as " This was my royal wedding".
So far Allie and her spouse haven't reported the birth of any child and they might be planning to have a baby soon. Currently, Allie and her wife are enjoying their married life and haven't reported any disturbances in their married life.
Allie's partner Courtney is also a professional basketball player who is currently playing for the Chicago Sky of the WNBA,
Allie regularly updates her social media from which she is connected to her fans and she has a huge number of fan followers on her social media accounts.
The famous shooting guard of the Chicago Sky team Allie Quigley is 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) tall in height and weighs about 140 lb (64 kg).
Allie Quigley was born as Alexandria "Allie" Quigley to parents Pat and Christine on June 10, 1986, in Joliet, Illinois. She is of white ethnicity and holds American-Hungarian nationality. She is from a family of athletes as her mother is also a former basketball player and father was the multi-sport coach.
Allie spent her childhood along with her siblings: sister, Sam, and two brothers, Jake and Ryan. She completed her high school from Joliet Catholic Academy. Later on, she attended Depaul University and got graduated in 2008.
Allie Quigley started her professional basketball career soon she was drafted in the 2008 WNBA draft by the Seattle Storm. Since then she has played for many other teams like Mersin BSB, Indiana Fever, San Antonio, Fenerbahce Istanbul, and Galatasaray.
She is currently playing for the Chicago Sky as their shooting guard. Due to her outstanding performance in the basketball court, she has achieved many awards and titles and some of them are 2014 WNBA Sixth Woman of the Year, Two times Three-Point Shootout Champion(2017, 2018). She is also the candidate for the WNBA All-Star Voting 2019.
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