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Jenny Boucek

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2003-05, 2010-present
Virginia '97

Jenny Boucek returned to the Storm organization for the 2010 season, just in time to help lead the team to a second WNBA championship. Previously, Boucek spent 2003 through 2005 as an assistant to Anne Donovan and was part of the coaching staff as the Storm claimed the 2004 WNBA championship. After leaving Seattle, Boucek spent two-plus years as head coach of the Sacramento Monarchs, compiling a 40-41 record and reaching the playoffs each of her two full seasons at the helm. Boucek also coached the Western Conference in the 2007 WNBA All-Star Game. An inaugural player in the WNBA with the Cleveland Rockers, Boucek was a standout at Virginia, where she Boucek helped lead the Cavaliers to four regular season ACC Championships and three NCAA Elite Eight appearances and was a two-time All-ACC selection. Boucek began her coaching career as an assistant to Nancy Darsch in Washington, then spent three seasons as an assistant for the Miami Sol before joining the Storm organization for the first time.

Coach Headlines

January 13, 2011
Boucek Named Storm Assistant Coach
January 13, 2011
Storm Q&A: Jenny Boucek
June 8, 2010
Wooden Was a Friend to Boucek
January 21, 2010
Boucek Re-Joins Storm
January 21, 2010
Feature: Boucek Returns to Storm Family
May 11, 2007
Storm Q&A: Jenny Boucek
February 27, 2004
Boucek's Choice Pays Off
March 14, 2003
New Storm Assistant Jenny Boucek Moves West