WNBA Star Moriah Jefferson Boyfriend: Is She Dating Anyone?

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Fans are curious to know about Moriah Jefferson boyfriend and also her relationship status. 

Moriah Jefferson, born on March 8, 1994, in Dallas, Texas, is a professional basketball player who plays as a point guard for the Phoenix Mercury in the WNBA.

The San Antonio Stars drafted Moriah in the 2016 WNBA draft, picking her second overall.

Moriah Playing For UConn
Moriah Playing For UConn (Source: Twitter)

Not only that, the player played as a point guard for UConn’s women’s basketball team, where she won national championships four times.

In addition to that, Moriah finished her UConn career ranked first in assists but also became second in steals.

Also, the player won the Nancy Lieberman Award twice as the top point guard in the nation.

On May 16, 2019, the Phoenix Mercury traded Moriah Jefferson to the Dallas Wings.

Furthermore, on September 2016, Jefferson was also featured in the Adidas “Sport Needs Creators” ad alongside various athletes.

Moriah Jefferson Boyfriend And Relationship Status

The admirers of Moriah Jefferson are curious about the player’s relationship status. They are wondering if the point guard is in a relationship, married, or single.

However, Moriah is not comfortable sharing her personal details with the media or the public.

Moriah Jefferson With Her Family
Moriah Jefferson With Her Family (Source: Instagram)

Jefferson’s relationship with anyone has never been mentioned on social media or other platforms.

Also, there were never rumors or scandals about the player’s dating life. She is also seen focusing on her career without getting distracted.

Moriah first wants to be a successful player and role model, then a wife.

Moreover, Jefferson is seen spending more time with her friends and family than dating.

Talking about her family, the point guard was born to Robin Jefferson and Lorenza Jefferson. She was raised with three siblings: two brothers, Joshua and Jeremiah, and one sister, Danielle Noble.

Moriah Jefferson’s International Basketball Journey

The head coach of the University of Miami, Katie Meier, named Moriah Jefferson to the USA Basketball U18 team.

Among the teammates of Moriah Connecticut-bound players, Breanna Stewart and Morgan Tuck were also included.

Connecticut's Moriah Jefferson
Moriah Jefferson In Action (Source: Twitter)

The team played in the Ninth Women’s FIBA Americans U18 Championship held for women in Gubaro, Puerto Rico, in August 2012.

Additionally, the USA team had to win all five games to win the championship and the gold medal.

The first four games were easy for the USA team, but they fell by double digits in the final game against Brazil.

Later, the team came back from the loss and won the game. Despite being the team’s shortest player, she averaged 5.6 points per game.

Not only that, she also tied for third in blocks with five over the course of the event.

Eventually, she also became part of the U19 team and competed on behalf of the US at the FIBA U19 Championship, which was held in Klaipeda, Panevezys, Lithuania, in July 2013.

Additionally, Jefferson was also a member of the USA Women’s Pan American Team, which competed at the 2015 Pan American Games, which were held in Toronto on July 10, 2015.

Neeki Kakshyapati
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