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2004 WNBA Coach of the Year
Led the Lynx to their second straight playoffs berth
One of four WNBA coaches to guide her club to the playoffs
     in both 2003 and 2004
The 11th coach in league history to reach the playoffs in her
     first two years on the bench
Led the Lynx to a franchise-best No. 3 seed in the West
Finished the regular season with an 18-16 record for the
     second straight year
Tied franchise records for wins (18), home victories (11)
     and road wins (7); all previously set in 2003, her first season
Franchise-record six-game winning streak (July 9-28)
Three straight road wins (July 15-22) tied team record
Six-game home winning streak (June 30-July 28)
8-3 record in July set team record for most successful month
Led the Lynx to a 20-point comeback – biggest in franchise
     regular-season history – July 9 vs. Phoenix
Lynx recorded their first-ever win in Houston (Sept. 1)
Won season series (3-1) against the Comets for the first time
Accomplishments set with four rookies and only five
     returning players from 2003
Lynx also lost four-time All-Star Katie Smith for the final 11
     regular-season games due to injury
Minnesota won five games, including wins over Seattle and
     Los Angeles – the top two finishers in the WNBA – after
     Smith's injury



Season
Record
Finish (West)
Games Back
vs. West
vs. East
Home
Road
Avg. Att.
2004
18-16
3rd (7 teams)
7
12-10
6-6
11-6
7-10
7,418


2004 Lynx Recap

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