Shalonda Enis (born December 3, 1974) is a former professional basketball player who played for the Washington Mystics and Charlotte Sting of the WNBA.
Enis started playing basketball at age 12 at her middle school in Celeste, Texas. In her junior and senior years she helped lead Celeste High School to consecutive state titles. At the conclusion of her senior year she was the all-time leading scorer in Texas high school basketball history. She attended two colleges. First, she attended Trinity Valley Community College (TVCC) and helped lead the women's basketball team to the National Junior College Athletic Association championship in the 1993-94 season. She left TVCC as its all-time leader in career shots made (326) and season shots made (194). She later transferred to University of Alabama.
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Enis played for the Washington Mystics and Charlotte Sting, a total of 106 games in five seasons. She re-signed with the Sting in 2005, but never played a regular season game.
Awards and honors
- Texas Eastern Conference Newcomer of the Year (1993)
- Texas Eastern Conference Most Valuable Player award (1994)
- Kodak All-American and Women's Basketball
- News Service All-American
- All-Conference First Team for her junior and senior years
- MVP of the 1994 Women's U.S. Olympic Festival
- Associated Press All-American Third Team
American Basketball League
- MVP of the 1998 All-Star Game
- Second-team All-ABL and Rookie of the Year by the national media.
Enis has three sons, Chanse, Chase. and Chayton.