Seattle Storm Co-Owner Lisa Brummel Issues Statement on the Passing of Former Head Coach Anne Donovan
SEATTLE - Seattle Storm co-owner Lisa Brummel has issued the following statement on the passing of Anne Donovan, the Storm's head coach from 2003-07, leading the franchise to its first WNBA Championship in 2004.
"Anne Donovan will always be remembered as a championship coach and a championship person. Her dedication, passion and winning spirit set the tone for Storm Basketball. We are deeply saddened by her passing and share our heartfelt condolences with her family."
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