Coach Bio

Tonya Holley
College - St. Andrew's Presbyterian
LaTonya Holley has been a fixture for the Silver Stars since joining the team in 2006 and returns for her eighth season in 2013. She came to San Antonio after spending the previous three seasons with the Charlotte Sting. Prior to taking over full-time athletic training duties for the Sting, Holley volunteered in Charlotte for three seasons.

Holley has worked as an athletic trainer at Temple and as a performance enhancement instructor in New Jersey. Prior to joining the WNBA, Holley was an assistant athletic trainer at Winthrop University. She spent the 2012-13 offseason in Russia working with the Spartak V MR basketball team that employed Silver Stars guard Becky Hammon as well as WNBA players Seimone Augustus and Candice Dupree. She also served as head athletic trainer for Russia's CSKA Moscow during the 2008-09 offseason which employed Hammon and former Silver Star Edwidge Lawson-Wade.

A native of Rock Hill, South Carolina, Holley earned her bachelor's degree in sports medicine from St. Andrew's Presbyterian College where she played softball and basketball before graduating in 1997.


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