Lin Dunn

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Lin Dunn

 



Class of 2014

 

• In eleven seasons as a professional head coach, she has compiled a record of 181-160 capturing the 2012 WNBA Championship

• Dunn was the 1998 American Basketball League (ABL) Coach of the Year and was the runner-up for the 2009 WNBA Coach of the Year

• She was the 1992 assistant coach for the USA Olympic team that captured the bronze medal in Barcelona

• Dunn spent eight years on the USA Basketball Team Selection Committee

• In 25 seasons as a collegiate head coach, Dunn compiled a 447-257 record

• She has guided her teams to seven NCAA tournaments including four Sweet Sixteen appearances and one Final Four appearance in 1994

• Dunn led Purdue University to three Big Ten Conference titles, being named Big Ten Coach of the Year twice

• She has coached three Kodak All-American, three Big Ten Players of the Year, and two Big Ten Athletes of the Year

• Dunn was the 1984-85 President of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA)

• She has been inducted into numerous halls of  fame, including the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame, Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame, Purdue Athletics Hall of Fame, UT-Martin Hall of Fame, Austin Peay Athletic Hall of Fame, and the University of Miami Athletic Hall of Fame.

 

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