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Dawn Staley Net Worth, Known Salary (Basketball Player)

Today as per the research, Dawn Staley known contract salary was $300 thousand whereas her net worth is $1 million. Being a former basketball player, she earn name and fame. Dawn Staley is a very popular American basketball player.  Some sources estimate her net worth to be $400,000. She derived her net worth from various sources, including athletic profession, modeling, and hosting. She also appeared in a movie. After winning the gold medal in Summer Olympics in 1996, she played professionally in the American Basketball League. She also played in WNVA.

Net Worth : $1 Million

Full Name Dawn Michelle Staley
Dawn Staley Net Worth $1 Million
Yearly Salary $300,000
Source of Income Basketball player
Birth Date May 4, 1970
Birth Place Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Endrosement Not known
Awards Year
WNBA All-Star 2001–2006
SEC Coach of the Year 2014, 2015, 2016
Basketball Times Coach of the Year 2014

Dawn Staley

Born in 1970, Dawn Staley was born to Clarence and Estelle Staley. She was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She was the national high school player and was named as the senior at Murrel Dobbins Tech High School. She attended University of Virginia in Charlottesville, VA.

Dawn Staley is also the basketball coach. She is the three-time Olympian. She was selected to carry the United States flag at the opening ceremony of Summer Olympics in 2004. She was also named the University of South Carolina Women’s head basketball coach in 2008. Dawn Staley was voted as the Top 15 players in WNBA by her fans. She was also elected to Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in the year 2013.

Dawn Staley was named ACC female athlete of the year. She retired from her basketball career at her age of 24. She played professional basketball in Italy, France, Brazil and Spain. She played for Sting from 1999 to 2005. She was the six-time WNBA all-star from 2001 to 2006. She was the runner-up for Wooden Cup Award. Dawn Staley has also won many gold medals for United states, especially at the World University Games in 1991, Jones Cup in 1992 and Atlanta Olympics Game in 1996.

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