Sue Wicks started her career at a very young age; she started playing basketball during the time she was at Rutgers University in 1984. For her contributions towards basketball, Wicks titled with the Smith’s National Player of the Year awards. Sue also played for All-Regional in the NCAA tournament.
Following her college career, Sue Wicks was a gold medalist in Pan-America Games. Representing her college, she played in various countries such as Spain, Japan, Italy and much more.
From her diligent performance, she got a chance to play for WNBA championship game, from which she earned both name and fame. Sue Wicks Spent 15 years of her life in the WNBA as a forwarder.
Sue Wicks retired from professional basketball and she worked as the Assistant Coach of the Women’s basketball team St Saint Francis College in 2006. Currently, Wicks works as a collegiate basketball coach.
Moving towards her personal life, Sue Wicks is open about her gender that she is a lesbian, however, she hasn't revealed about her girlfriends.
Sue Wicks is earning a good amount of salary as a basketball coach, which considerably boosting her net worth although the exact figure regarding her net worth is yet to be revealed.