The South Carolina women's basketball team kicks off the 2012-13 season Friday night when they host…
Dawn Staley is a gamechanger
Dawn Staley is a gamechanger. Whether it was a player on the court or a coach on the sidelines, all Staley knows how to do is win. After earning National Player of the Year honors as a senior in high school in 1988, Staley went on to play the next four years at Virginia where she led the Cavaliers to three Final Four appearances and was named Most Outstanding Player in 1991 after leading Virginia to the final game of the season. Staley went on to lead Team USA to three consecutive Olympic gold medals from 1996-2004. In her final Olympic games in 2004, Staley was given the prestigious honor of carrying the flag in the opening ceremony. Staley immediately turned that successful playing career into a successful coaching career. Staley took the reins at Temple and compiled a 172-80 record as Owls head coach. She led Temple to seven postseason appearances in eight years, including six in the NCAA Tournament. While the Temple program was thriving, the South Carolina program was declining...
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