Name POS Age HT WT College; Sue Bird 10. In another change to the staff, Seattle promoted Noelle Quinn to associate head coach. SEATTLE (AP) — Dan Hughes will not coach the Seattle Storm during the 2020 WNBA season over concerns about his risk for severe illness if he were to contract COVID-19, the team said Monday. Hughes spent 11 years as the head coach and general manager for San Antonio, 2005-09, and 2011-16, guiding the Stars to six postseason appearances. Ron Rivera enters his 24th NFL season and his first as the head coach of the Washington Football Team after being named the 30th head coach in franchise history on Jan. 1, 2020. In 1977, Hughes graduated with a degree in physical education and history from Muskingum College in New Concord, Ohio. She joined Seattle's coaching staff last year. In 2000, she joined the Miami Sol, also as an assistant coach, for three seasons. She joined Seattle’s coaching staff last year. We know he will continue to be an important voice of support for the team and staff while we compete this season," Storm CEO and general manager Alisha Valavanis said. Seattle Storm Roster Team Roster. UCLA. Kloppenburg served as the interim coach last season while Hughes was out. The WNBA is set to begin its season in late July with all teams playing in Florida. Seattle also promoted Noelle Quinn to associate head coach. Quinn played 12 years in the WNBA and retired after Seattle’s league title in 2018. I am thankful to be in good health and looking forward to supporting Coach Klopp and the staff and players in any way I can this season," Hughes said.Seattle also promoted Noelle Quinn to associate head coach. “While the Storm family is greatly disappointed that Dan will not be able to join the team this season, his health and family are the top priority. “I am saddened that I won’t be able to travel with the team as everyone knows how much love I have for this organization. But that’s the path that Noelle Quinn is hoping to find success in. What is The Next: 24/7/365 women's basketball coverage. Hughes’ leadership is evidenced by his extensive head coaching tree that includes Chicago’s James Wade, who began his WNBA career on Hughes’ San Antonio staff from 2012-16; Minnesota’s Cheryl Reeve, who worked with Hughes in Cleveland in 2003; Dallas’ Brian Agler, who was on Hughes’ staff in San Antonio from 2005-07; and Phoenix’s Sandy Brondello, who was drafted by Hughes in 1998 and served on his staff in San Antonio from 2005-09. Click on each team name to see the entire coaching staff. Kloppenburg originally began his coaching career with Seattle as an assistant from 2000-2002. Quinn was an assistant coach in 2019 after a 12-year WNBA career, including five with the Storm capped by her first championship in 2018. He made stops with the Phoenix Mercury, Charlotte Bobcats of the NBA, Indiana Fever, Tulsa Shock — as a head coach — and Los Angeles Sparks before rejoining the Storm in 2017. Copyright 2020 NBA Media Ventures, LLC | Turner Sports Interactive, Inc. All rights reserved. Connecticut. In another change to the staff, Seattle promoted Noelle Quinn to associate head coach. Jack Del Rio enters his 22nd season coaching in the NFL and his first as Washington's defensive coordinator in 2020. Nate Kaczor enters his 13th season coaching in the NFL and his second as Washington's special teams coordinator in 2020. Her knowledge of the game and feel for the players’ experience make her a natural fit for our coaching staff. In 2019, his former point guard and current USA Women’s Basketball National Team head coach Dawn Staley selected Hughes to serve as an assistant coach for the 2020 Olympic Games. Hughes, who has coached more WNBA games (592) than anyone in league history, has an overall record of 281-311 (.475), good for the third-most wins all-time in the league. He was twice named WNBA Coach of the Year, first in 2001, after guiding the Cleveland Rockers to a 22-10 mark, and again in 2007, after posting a 20-14 record with San Antonio.