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Radio City Music Hall
During the 2004 WNBA Season, the New York Liberty were forced out of their home arena, Madison Square Garden, for six games to make way for the Republican National Convention. The Shock faced the Liberty in the first-ever WNBA game at Radio City on July 24, 2004.
Head Coach Bill Laimbeer returned to Radio City on August 5, 2004 for “The WNBA vs. USA Basketball, the Game at Radio City” – a game pitting the US Women’s Senior National Team against a team of star WNBA players. Laimbeer was the head coach for the WNBA squad, which lost to the US Olympic Team, 74-58. Shock players on the 2004 Olympic Team were Swin Cash, Ruth Riley and eventual Shock guard Katie Smith. On the WNBA Team were Deanna Nolan and Cheryl Ford.
On March 3, 2008, Reeve was promoted to Director of Player Personnel.
Former Shock coach Greg Williams was a three-year letter winner at Rice University from 1967-69 and earned All-Southwest Conference honors as a senior. After graduation, he joined the men's coaching staff at Rice and remained with the Owls for six seasons. Williams returned to Rice as the head coach of the women's basketball team in May of 2005.
Riley Bio and Statistics
The Rockford Lightning began Continental Basketball Association competition during the 1986-87 season. Shock Assistant Coach Rick Mahorn took over as head coach of the Lightning with 22 games left in the 1999-2000 season leading them to a15-7 mark and advancing to the CBA semifinals.
Rutgers University was chartered in 1766 and began its women's basketball program for the 1974-75 season. Vicky Picott who was on the Shock's 2000 training camp roster, and Michelle Campbell both attended Rutgers.
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