American Olympic Athlete Monica Abbott revealed her net worth that is of $1 million today. Monica Cecilia Abbott updated wiki, salary to boyfriend name in 2017. Monica Abbot is an American athlete who specializes as a softball pitcher. She is considered as one of the leading pitchers of all time was signed with the Yard Dawgs in 2016 with a contract for the next six years for a whopping $1 million, which in record is the highest till date.
|Full Name||Monica Cecilia|
|Net Worth||$1 Million|
|Birth Date||July 28, 1985|
Abbott was born on July 28 and is currently 31 years old. Her birth place is Santa Cruz, California, United States and she is White by ethnicity. Her parents, Bruce her father and Julie her mother were always interested to get their children into sports and motivated Abbott to pursue her career in the same. She started early training and from her very childhood she displayed great sportsmanship and grew up as a Christian.
Abbot attended the North Salinas High School from 1999-2003 along with her four other siblings and participated in various sports. 2004 she got admission in the University of Tennessee and graduated in 2007. She played for her college team and won several accolades.
Abbott started her career in sports through her university team Tennessee Lady Volunteers. She participated in several State, National and World championships. At various points in her game career, she was associated with teams like Washington Glory, USSSA Pride, Chicago Bandits, Tennessee Diamonds and Yard Dawgs. In 2008, Abbott got selected for the Beijing Olympics and won a silver for her country. She went on to winning four gold medals and one silver for the World Cup Championship in softball during 2005-2010. She also participated and won gold medals for Pan American Games and the Canada Cup.
Currently Abbott lives in Santa Cruz and downs an apartment in the city. She is the brand ambassador for Eyeblack which is a kind of paint applied on the cheeks to reduce play during game play. Abbott also has the record of highest strikeouts.