Stacey Dales Biography
Former Canadian basketball player Stacey Dales is presently a reporter for the NFL Network. Before earning his degree from the University of Oklahoma, Dales attended Thousand Islands Secondary School (TISS).
Stacey Dales Age
What is Stacey Dales’ age? On September 5, 1979, Stacey was born in Collingwood, Ontario. As of 2022, Dales is 43 years old, and she will be celebrating her birthday.
Stacey Dales Education
Before earning his degree from the University of Oklahoma, Dales attended Thousand Islands Secondary School (TISS).
Stacey Dales Height-Weight
Dales is roughly 70 kg (6 ft 0 in) tall and 1.83 m in height.
Stacey Dales Family
Burke, Dales’s brother, played 10 seasons in the CFL before quitting in 2014. Jason Arnott, her cousin, spent 18 seasons in the NHL before retiring in 2013.
Stacey Dales Husband-Married
Dales prefers to keep her private affairs secret, so she hasn’t stated whether or whether she is in a relationship. As soon as new information becomes available, this page will be updated.
Stacey Dales Children
Stacey prefers to keep her personal affairs private, hence she has not stated whether or whether she is a parent. As soon as new information becomes available, this page will be updated.
Stacey Dales Professional Career
During her high school years, Dales played for the TISS Pirates ladies’ basketball team and helped the school win three straight Ontario “AA” high school senior girls’ basketball championships. Dales attended Thousand Islands Secondary School (TISS). She attended the University of Oklahoma after receiving her diploma in 1997, where she competed for Canada in the 2000 Summer Olympics and was named the first All-American in 2001 and 2002. Dales is the all-time leading assist provider in the Big 12 and was selected as the 2001 and 2002 Big 12 Conference Player of the Year (764).
She was also the year’s all-sports Academic All-American. Stacey achieved the trifecta of 1,700 points, 600 rebounds, and 700 assists first in Oklahoma. She guided the Sooners to the NCAA Championship game during her senior season when they fell to Connecticut.
When the Washington Mystics selected Dales’s third overall in 2002, it was the highest selection ever made by a Canadian. Later on in the year, she was selected as a replacement for the All-Star team. Her hands were found to have Raynaud’s phenomenon while she was working for Washington. She first revealed that she was leaving the league in 2004. After Washington left her unprotected in the expansion selection of 2006, the Chicago Sky selected her. Dales made her second WNBA retirement announcement on April 5, 2008. In June 2016, Dales and her brother Burke were inducted into the
Stacey Dales NFL
She worked for ESPN as a sideline reporter for the NBA, college football, and both women’s and men’s basketball. Dales was the first female analyst for men’s basketball in-studio at ESPN. Later, NFL Network said they have employed Dales as their host and national reporter/correspondent for NFL Media Programming.
Dales was given a job as a correspondent by NBC Universal Sports for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. Stacey has worked as a sideline reporter for TNT covering NBA games in the evening and for CBS covering NFL games in the evening.
Dales was employed by Phillips 66 as a brand ambassador and spokesman later in 2008 and 2009 as part of the company’s ongoing engagement with the Big 12 Basketball Tournament. The hiring of Dales as a color analyst for Fox Sports’ coverage of women’s college basketball for the 2018–19 season was announced in 2008.
Stacey Dales Salary-Net Worth
He makes an estimated salary of $70,000 to $125,000, and she generates an estimated net worth of $1 million to $5 million from her work in broadcasting.