Stacey Dales, born on 5th September 1970, has been a basketball player of Canada. She is presently associated with the NFL Network as a reporter. She started playing basketball during her college days. She turned professional basketball player in the United States. One would have expected that a talented player like her would go much farther in his career, but her professional career came to an abrupt end due to an unfortunate happening. However, she proved equal to the situation and became a reporter.
Born in Collingwood, Ontario, Canada, she spent her early life in Brockville, Ontario. She had been very passionate about basketball from her childhood days. Her nationality is Canadian, but the ethnicity is not known. She has a sibling; a brother, Burke Dales, who has been a football player. He played in the Canadian Football League (CFL) for ten seasons and retired in 2014.
As for her education, she joined Thousands Islands Secondary School. She completed the school education from there. After completion of the secondary education, she joined the University of Oklahoma for higher education.
Stacey is presently a divorcee. She had married Chris Schuman, her long-time boyfriend. They dated each other for quite some time before tying the knot on April 13, 2002. After some time, they divorced each other. There is no record of her children. Much is not known about her new boyfriend or any relationship. As for her sexual orientation, she is neither gay nor lesbian. Thus, she has still not re-married and is focusing on her job.
She is 6’ in height, and her body weight is about 70 kg. She possesses an attractive and athletic body. However, her other body statistics are not available. The color of her hair is blonde, and her eye color is blue. Astrologically speaking, her birth sign is Virgo.
She participated in the 2000 Olympics as a member of her country Canada. She was included in the first team of All-American in 2001 and in 2002. She also became Academic All-American for all-sports in the year 2002. During those years, she has been bestowed the title “Player of the Year”.
Further, she was inducted into Washington Mystics in the year 2002, and it was a great pick for a citizen of Canada. During her stint at the University of Oklahoma, she captained the University basketball team in the NCAA Championship. However, the team could not win the championship, as it was defeated by Connecticut.
She also worked as a basketball analyst in the college for matches of both women and men. She was a sideline reporter for the games of football in colleges on the ESPN. She had been picked by the Universal Sports as a correspondent during the Winter Olympics of 2010.
It was due to some health related issues that she had to retire from basketball in the year 2004. However, he was again picked by Chicago Sky a year later as Washington refused to draft her. However, she retired finally by the end of the WNBA season 2008. Her net worth is unknown.