Dawn Staley Bio, age, net worth, engaged, family, husband, wiki

learnmorefacts Published:30th November 2018 Biography

Brief Summary: Dawn Staley

Dawn Staley is an American basketball Hall of Fame player and mentor. Staley is a three-time Olympian and was chosen to convey the US signal at the opening function of 2004 Summer Olympics.

Short Bio:

Name: Dawn Staley

Age: 48 years Old (in 2018)

Birth Date: May 04, 1970

Horoscope: Taurus

Birth Place: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Father's Name: Estelle Staley

Mother's Name: Clarence Staley

Education: Murrell Dobbins Tech High School, University of Virginia,

Profession: Basketball player and coach

Height: 5 feet 4 inches (1.64m)

Salary: $300,000

Net Worth: $1 million

Ethnicity: Afro-American

Nationality: American

Weight: 58 Kg

Hair Color: Black

Eye Color: Black

Body Measurements: N/A

Personal life and Career:

Talking about her initial life, in 2011, Staley was cast a ballot in by fans as one of the Top 15 players in WNBA history. She was chosen to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2013. She was named the national secondary school player of the year amid her last season at Murrell Dobbins Tech High School in Philadelphia. Staley went to the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Amid her 4 seasons in school, she drove her group to 4 NCAA Tournaments, 3 Final Fours, and 1 National Championship amusement. Dawn was also named as the ACC Female Athlete of the year and national player of the year in 1991 and 1992.

In 1994-1995, after graduation, she started playing proficient ball in France, Italy, Brazil, and Spain before joining the ABL and after that the WNBA. She joined the Richmond Rage of the ABL in 1996 and drove the group to the ABL Finals in 1997. Staley was named the 1996-1997 All-ABL first group and the All-ABL second group, the accompanying season.

In the 1999 WNBA Draft, Charlotte Sting chose with the ninth by and large pick, Staley. In 2001, she drove the Sting to the Championship session of the WNBA playoffs. On August 1, 2005, Staley was exchanged to the Houston Comets. Staley reported before the beginning of the WNBA season that she would resign after the Comets season was finished.

She also played in USA Basketball Women's Junior National Team. The group partook in the second Junior World Championship. The USA group completed in seventh place. Staley played in the group speaking to the USA at the World University Games in July 1991. While the USA group had won gold in 1983, they completed with the silver in 1985, in fifth place in 1987, and did not handle a group in 1989.

Staley contended with USA Basketball as an individual from the 1992 Jones Cup Team that won the Gold. She played for Team USA all through her vocation. In 1994 she contended in the World Championships and was named the USA Basketball Female Athlete of the Year.

She drove the 1996 group to the gold award at the Olympic diversions in Atlanta and was an individual from the 2000 Olympic group that protected the gold decoration. Staley was named to the USA national group in 1998. The national group headed out to Berlin, Germany in July and August 1998 for the FIBA World Championships and after that clutched win the gold. In 2002, Staley was named to the national group which contended in the World Championships. The USA group won every one of the nine recreations, including a nearby title amusement against Russia.

She won a third gold award with Team USA at the 2004 Games in Athens and was named 2004 USA Basketball Female Athlete of the Year. Staley had no enthusiasm for instructing when she was at first drawn closer by the athletic chief of Temple. She was on the Olympic group at the time.

Staley at first opposed offers to end up the mentor. She was all the while playing in the WNBA and her companions revealed to her it is difficult to keep on playing and mentor. That test persuaded her she should attempt so she acknowledged the situation of a head mentor at Temple University. On her first season, 2000– 01, Temple progressed to the WNIT.

In 2001, 2002, and 2004, her groups won the Atlantic 10 competition to meet all requirements for the NCAA competition. Amid 2004– 05 season, Staley's Owls lost in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Staley achieved the 100 win level in the A-10 Semifinals versus Xavier University that season, turning into the quickest mentor in ladies' b-ball to accomplish that.

On May 7, 2008, it was affirmed by Temple University that Staley would leave Temple for University of South Carolina. In 2016-17, the Gamecocks again rehashed as SEC customary season and competition champions and progressed to the second Final Four in school history. They won the principal national title in school history.

Staley turned into the second African American to lead a ladies' ball group to a national title. Under her, the program caught 4 SEC consistent season titles, 3 SEC competition titles, 1 Final Four, 1 NCAA National Championship, 3 sweet 16 appearances, 4 SEC player of the year grants and 3 SEC green bean of the year grants.

Family life:

Staley was conceived Dawn Michelle Staley on May 4, 1970, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Her nationality is American and ethnicity is Afro-American. Her mom's name is Estelle and father's name is Clarence Staley. Other than this, not a lot is thought about her family.

Relationships and Affairs:

There have been no any occurrences of notices about her own relationship data. This incorporates her relationship past and history, current status, and so on. Her own relationship information matters are a well-kept mystery to date.

Net worth and Salary:

Staley herself was granted SEC mentor of the year 3 times and Basketball Times Coach of the Year in 2014. Dawn filled in as a right-hand mentor for the USA National group in 2006, 2008 Summer Olympic Games. In 2007 Pan Am amusements, she filled in as make a beeline for U17 Team in 2014 and U19 Team in 2015, winning gold decorations at the U18 Americas Championship and the U19 FIBA World Championship.

The USA ball association granted her the code national mentor of the year grant. She filled in as an aide mentor for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games. On March 10, 2017, she was named head mentor of USA National group. Discussing Dawn's net worth and salary, while her yearly compensation is $300,000, she has a net worth of $1 million.

Wiki and Facts:

There are no any much huge bits of gossip and discussions encompassing her. She has, therefore, figured out how to keep her open picture clean. Dawn has the stature of 5 feet 4.5 inches. Her body weighs 58kg. She has dark hair and bruised eyes. Sunrise is dynamic on the Twitter. She has in excess of 65.8k devotees on Twitter. Right now, she is latent on Facebook and Twitter.

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