• Stacey Dales is a reporter and former basketball player with a net worth of over $2 million.
• She was a member of the Canadian Olympic basketball team in the 2000 Sydney games, Big 12 All-time career assist leader, and All-American and Big 12 Conference Player of the Year in 2001 and 200•
• She retired from the WNBA in 2004 and 2008 due to a medical condition.
• She transitioned to a sports broadcasting career, joining ESPN and NFL Network.
• She is active on social media and has two children.
Who is basketball player Stacey Dales?
Stacey Dales was born on 5 September 1979, in Collingwood, Ontario Canada, and is a reporter and former basketball player, now best known for her work as a part of the NFL Network. She previously earned popularity as a player with the WNBA team of the Washington Mystics.
The Net Worth of Stacey Dales
How rich is Stacey Dales? As of mid-2018, sources estimate a net worth that is over $2 million, mostly earned through success in the sports industry, both from professional basketball as well as from sports journalism. As she continues her career, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
Stacey was the Big 12 All-time career assist leader with 764 assists and was named all-sports Academic All-American of the Year in 2002. During her time with Oklahoma, she recorded 1,700 points, 600 rebounds and 700 assists, and during her senior year led the Sooners to the NCAA Championship final, but losing to Connecticut. In 2002, she was selected as the third overall pick in the WNBA draft by the Washington Mystics, making her the highest pick ever for a Canadian. During her first year, she was named as an All-Star replacement.
Early Retirement and Broadcasting Career
Dales career was short lived as after two years with the Mystics, she was diagnosed with Raynaud’s phenomenon which is a medical condition where spasm of arteries causes episodes of reduced blood flow in her hands, then causing numbness or pain; she announced her retirement in 2004. However, after a year she returned to professional basketball, and signed with the Chicago Sky who picked her up during the expansion draft of 2006. However, she only played for a year, announcing her retirement from the WNBA for a second time in 2008. During her time in the WNBA, she mainly played in a guard or forward position.
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Marriage and Personal Life
Shortly after graduating from the University of Oklahoma, in 2002 Stacey married Chris Schuman with whom she was in a relationship through most of college – she even adopted the name Dales-Schuman for a while. However, the differences soon began to surface, and they eventually divorced after her first year in professional basketball, although the reasons for the divorce were never released.
Aside from her marriage, it is known that Stacey also has a brother Burke Dales who played 10 seasons in the Canadian Football League as a punter. He also briefly played for the Pittsburgh Steelers, and then continued with the CFL until his retirement in 2014. Her cousin is Jason Arnott, best known for playing a total of 18 seasons in the National Hockey League (NHL), with teams such as the Edmonton Oilers, the Dallas Stars, and the Nashville Predators. He is a Stanley Cup winner with the New Jersey Devils.
Is Stacey Dales on Social Media?
Similar to numerous sports journalism personalities, Dales remains active online through accounts on social media websites such as Twitter and Instagram, mainly showcasing photos and videos of her working and behind the scenes as can be seen on her Instagram account. She also posts some of her personal photos, including with friends and some of her day to day activities. Her Twitter account is used to promote a few advocacies, and she also comments on events that have been happening around the world. She also mentions in her account that she has two children, though details of her family life are scarce.
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