Stacey Dales Biography

    Published On Jan 17, 2018
    Facts of Stacey Dales
    Date of Birth: 1979 , September-5
    Birth Nation: Canada
    Height: 6 Feet
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    Stacey Dales was a star basketball player, since her school days, she was during his high school years at Thousands of Islands Secondary School. She was a major reason for capturing 3 consecutive Ontario “AA” high school senior girls basketball championship bt TISS.

    Upon graduation, Dales enrolled at the University of Oklahoma. She made an Olympic appearance for Canada and was a first-team All-American in two consecutive years. She was also named “Big 12 Conference Player of the year” as well as the “Big 12 all-time” career assist leader.

    Stacey Dales was the first Oklahoma player to have a record of 700 assists, 1,700 points, and 600 rebounds. Throughout her senior year, Dales led the Sooners to the NCCA Championship game, where they git defeat to Connecticut.

    Later, she was drafted by the Washington Mystics, one of the highest pick ever for a Canadian. She played two years for the club and then joined Chicago Sky. The Sky picked her in the expansion draft after Washington left her unprotected.

    Notably, she was inducted into “Brockville’s Hall Of Fame June 2016” with her brother Burke Dales.

    After her retirement as a basketball player, Dales began serving as a men’s and women’s college basketball analyst and a sideline reporter for college football games on ESPN.

    She then served for NFL Networks as a co-host for “Gameday Morning." After one season, she became Gameday reporter on location each week. She was also hired by Universal Sports for the “2010 Winter Olympics” in Vancouver as a correspondent. The same event was covered by another female journalist  Michelle Wingshan Kwan for ABC.  

    Gorgeous media diva, Dales married to her boyfriend, Chris Schuman. Later, the couple split up and divorced during Dales’s year off from the professional ball. As of now, there are no records of her affair. Possibly, she is single.

    Her brother Burke Dales is a former professional football punter whereas her cousin Jason Arnott is Canadian former professional ice hockey player. 

    Dales has earned huge name, fame, and wealth through her TV and sports career. She is a retired professional basketball player, played professionally for Washington Mystics and Chicago Sky.

    She has also served for ESPN and currently serves for the NFL Networks. Three-time Sports Emmy Awards nominee Rich Eisen was the first host of NFL Total Access, one of the most popular programs in NFL Networks. The average salary of a reporter on the NFL Network is between $500,000 and $2 million per annum. However, she has not revealed her exact figure of net worth and salary, but looking at her career, we can assume that her net worth is no less than a million dollars.

    Stacey Dales

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    Born in United States

    1979

    Stacey Dales was born on 5th September 1979 and was raised in Brockville, Ontario. Regarding her nationality, Dales is a Canadian and she is of white ethnicity. Her birth sign is Virgo.

    Joined University of Oklahoma

    1982

    During her time at Oklahoma, Dales made an Olympic appearance for Canada and was a first-team All-American in two consecutive years. She was also named “Big 12 Conference Player of the year” as well as the “Big 12 all-time” career assist leader.

     

    Drafted by Washington Mystics

    2002

    Dales was drafted by the Washington Mystics, one of the highest pick ever for a Canadian. She played two years for the club and then joined Chicago Sky. The Sky picked her in the expansion draft after Washington left her unprotected.

    Got Married

    2002

    Gorgeous media diva, Dales was married to her boyfriend Chris Schuman. Later, the couple split up and divorced during Dales’s year off from the professional ball.

    Co-host for NFL Networks

    2009

    Dales served for NFL Networks as a co-host for “Gameday Morning." After one season, she became Gameday reporter on location each week. She was also hired by Universal Sports for the “2010 Winter Olympics” in Vancouver as a correspondent.

    Current Updates

    2018

    Dales currently serves as a reporter on the NFL Network. The average salary of a reporter on the NFL Network is between $500,000 and $2 million per annum.