Monica Abbott Bio, Engaged, Boyfriend, Family, Height

By Staff Writer | Updated On: 21 Jan, 2020
Monica Abbott Bio, Engaged, Boyfriend, Family, Height

Amongst the top athletes in the team US Women’s Professional Softball team, Monica Abbott is one of the game-changer. She has been a member of the US Women’s National Team since 2010—she assisted the U.S softball team in winning a gold medal in the Women’s Softball World Championship in 2010, gracing her presence as a Pitcher. As a part of the elite team, she even won the Sportswoman of the Year in 2007 and a Silver medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympic.

Further, the Softball star achieved numerous records and accolades, including the most strikeouts in a Division I softball season and one of the only players with 40 plus wins in four different seasons. 

Bio- Age, Family & Education

Monica Abbott was born on 28 July 1985 in Santa Cruz, California, USA. Her parents Bruce and Julie Abbott, raised her alongside her four siblings. 

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While growing up, she attended North Salinas High School. After completing her high school studies, Monica enrolled at Tennessee college from where she graduated in 2007.


She stands tall at a towering height of 6 feet 3 inches (1.90 meters).

Engaged To Boyfriend?

Monica is engaged to Jeff Bower. Her boyfriend-turned-fiancè is a Head Equipment Manager at St. Louis XFL — a professional American football team based in St. Louis, Missouri.

The Softball star announced her engagement in a video posted on Instagram on 26 November 2019.

Monica Abbott with her fiance on 17 November 2018 (Photo: Jeff Bower's Twitter)

The video shows her now-fiancè Jeff going down to his knees and presenting a diamond ring in the oceanside villa. 

Some Quick Facts On Monica Abbott

  • Monica is the founder of the Monica Abbott Foundation Scholarship that grants a scholarship to multi-sport female athletes to demonstrate leadership in the classroom and on the field. 
  • Her hobbies include sleeping, shopping, and traveling. 
  • Her personal motto is #Live2BringIt. 
  • Monica has played Professional Softball League for the Toyota Motor Corporation in Japan. 
  • She recorded over 500 strikeouts in a season while attending the University of Tennessee. 
  • If she could try non-softball sport, she would try Beach Volleyball. 
  • She is one of the major attractions for the 2020 Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. 
  • Monica is the three-time National Pro Fastpitch league champion. Moreover, she also set a new NPF speed record with a 77 miles- per hour pitch in 2012. 
  • She is the first player in the 13-year history of the league to sign a million-dollar contract. She signed a $1Million deal with Houston area Scrap Yard Dawgs for six long years from 2016.