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WNBA: Indiana Fever Hall of Fame Head Coach Lin Dunn talks Life After Coaching…

WNBA: Indiana Fever Hall of Fame Head Coach Lin Dunn talks Life After Coaching…

WSEN’s Denise Saul caught up with Indiana Fever head coach Lin Dunn and asked her what her plan were after this her final season as the head coach of the Fever…

Photo: IndyStar.com

Stephanie White (l) will be Dunn's successor next season in Indiana. (WNBA Photo)

New York City – After 44 years of coaching, a WNBA Championship, a Hall-of-Fame induction and many lives touched, Indiana Fever head coach Lin Dunn will retire at the end of this season.  Dunn will go down in WNBA history as being the first coach and general manager for the WNBA’s Seattle Storm.  She has more than 500 wins to her name.

The 67-year-old Dunn went 447-257 in a 25-year college head coaching career that included stops at Austin Peay, Mississippi, Miami and Purdue. She owns a pro record of 202-182 with the ABL’s Portland Power (1996-98) and the WNBA’s Seattle Storm (2000-02) and Fever (2008-present). She led Indiana to the 2012 WNBA title.

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