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Chill Sign Former WNBA/University of Kentucky Player

December 2, 2004 - National Women's Basketball League (NWBL) - Colorado Chill News Release

The Colorado Chill of the National Women’s Basketball League (NWBL) announced today that they have signed Tiffany McCain to a contract position for the 2005 season.

McCain, a 5- foot-10 shooting guard/forward, has three years of WNBA experience with the Orlando Miracle/Connecticut Sun (2000-2002). While at the University of Kentucky she averaged 11.8 points and 2.8 assists per game over her career. Currently McCain is the Pharmacy Manager at McKee Medical Center in Loveland.

Tiffany is a familiar face to the Chill. In the Chill’s inaugural season, McCain participated mostly from the sideline as a volunteer coach during games and a practice squad player due to her work schedule. Since then, McCain has been assigned to the pharmacy manager’s position, and is able to work her schedule to travel to a majority of the away games. She will miss three road trips during the season due to her work schedule.

"Tiffany brings WNBA experience and a tremendous understanding of the game,” said Kelly Packard, Head Coach for the Chill. “She has the invaluable ability to read various defenses and make adjustments accordingly. She is an unselfish player from top to bottom."

McCain is the seventh player on the roster for the 2005 season. She will join USA Gold Medal Olympian Ruth Riley, WNBA All-Star Becky Hammon, 2004 Colorado Chill MVP Katie Cronin, Teresa Hinz, Shawna Hawes, and Erin Scholz.

Season tickets are currently on sale by calling Kim at Triple Crown Sports at 970-223-6644 ext. 167. Single game tickets are on sale can be purchased online at, by phone at 1-877-544-8499 (toll-free number), or at the Budweiser Events Center Box Office.

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