Back on Campus: WNBA Players as Coaches

Several WNBA players will be heading back on campus this winter, not to play the game they love, but to teach and share. The following is a list of NCAA coaches for the 2004-05 women's college basketball season:

WNBA Team
Player
University, Position
Charlotte Sting Olympia Scott-Richardson William Smith College, Head Coach
Charlotte Sting Charlotte Smith-Taylor University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Assistant Coach
Charlotte Sting Dawn Staley Temple University, Head Coach
Indiana Fever Stephanie White Kansas State, Assistant Coach
Minnesota Lynx Tasha Butts Tennessee, Graduate Assistant
Minnesota Lynx Helen Darling University of Memphis, Assistant Coach
Minnesota Lynx Amber Jacobs University of Toledo, Assistant Coach
Minnesota Lynx Katie Smith Ohio State, Graduate Assistant
Minnesota Lynx Tamika Williams Ohio State, Assistant Coach
New York Liberty Erin Thorn Brigham Young, Assistant Coach
Sacramento Monarchs Ruthie Bolton-Holyfield William Jessup Christian College, Assistant Coach
San Antonio Silver Stars Semeka Randall Michigan State, Assistant Coach
Indiana Fever Natalie Williams *Skyline High School, Salt Lake City, UT, Assistant Coach

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