Shoni Schimmel (Umatilla) Status Changed to “Full Season Suspension”

(Shoni Schimmel /Photo by Juan Ocampo)

Last week, the New York Liberty announced guard Shoni Schimmel will take the upcoming WNBA season off to deal with “personal issues” with the hopes to return next year.

Liberty President Isiah Thomas says Schimmel has “the full support” of the Liberty and looks forward to “continuing to work with Shoni during her time away from the game.”

The WNBA tips off this weekend, which means teams have been busy finalizing their rosters.

Yesterday, the team announced they would be suspending her for the full season and expect her to return next year.

The 3-point specialist was picked eighth by Atlanta in the 2014 WNBA draft after leading Louisville to the 2013 NCAA final. Schimmel was traded to New York from Atlanta last season and averaged 2.1 points in 17 games.




7 Comments on Shoni Schimmel (Umatilla) Status Changed to “Full Season Suspension”

  1. kbordthauser@gmail.com' Karol L Bordthauser // May 9, 2017 at 7:56 pm // Reply

    Love and prayers going out to Shoni as she deals with the issues at hand. Taking care of yourself and personal issues come first. Proud of you.

  2. mbtruluck@yahoo.com' Mary Truluck // May 9, 2017 at 11:40 pm // Reply

    Our prayers are with you!!! Take care of yourself first… all else will fall into place..

  3. dhatchanderson-anderson@tulaliptribes-ndn.gov' Denise Hatch // May 9, 2017 at 11:42 pm // Reply

    Take care of yourself shonie for no one else can but you.
    You have a lot of people supporting an love you,
    Much love to the team for supporting her with her decision in taking time off .
    Appreciate the understanding !
    Going to miss you on the court but look forward to seeing you return next year!!

  4. We will always love u shoni no matter what faults u and we have u take care of #1 first and foremost. God bless baby girl.

  5. Shoni, take the time and reflect on what you wanted when you were very young. Ibelieve you got to the top by following your dream. Keep that dream alive. Keep the faith Shoni

  6. mjwolf14@gmail.com' Michele Wolf Necklace // May 10, 2017 at 3:25 pm // Reply

    We will miss seeing on the court. Kuddos to the management for supporting you. Take care Shoni and see you next year.

  7. Iralenewaterhouse@gmail.com' Iralene Waterhouse // May 10, 2017 at 10:27 pm // Reply

    Hang there, be ready for next year, take care.

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