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Jackie Stiles grew up on 21 December, 1978 in Kansas City, Kansas, US. Find Jackie Stiles’s Bio details, How old?, How tall, Physical Stats, Romance/Affairs, Family and career upbeen in a relationship with?s. Know net worth is She in this year and how She do with money?? Know how She earned most of networth at the age of 42 years of age.

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How old? 43 years of age.
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Born 21 December 1978
Born day 21 December
Birthplace Kansas City, Kansas, US
Nationality American

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At 43 years of age. Jackie Stiles height is 1.73 m .

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Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-2021. So, how much is Jackie Stiles worth at the age of 43 years of age. Jackie Stiles’s income source is mostly from being a successful . She is from American. We have estimated Jackie Stiles’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

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She was one of 11 honorees inducted into the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame in the Class of 2007. She was also inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame (Class of 2016) on June 11, 2016.


In August, 2012, she accepted a women’s basketball assistant coach position with Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California. On April 18, 2013, it was announced that Stiles would be returning to her alma mater as assistant coach for the Lady Bears women’s basketball team. On April 24, 2019, it was announced that Stiles was hired as an assistant coach for the University of Oklahoma’s women’s basketball team.


After retiring from playing professional basketball, Stiles founded J. Stiles Total Training in 2007.


In 2006, Stiles played briefly for the Canberra Capitals of the Women’s National Basketball League in Australia before retiring due to injury.


In 2004, Stiles signed with the Lubbock Hawks (in Lubbock, Texas) of the National Women’s Basketball League (NWBL). After a season, Stiles took on competitive cycling.


After the Fire folded in 2002, Stiles was selected 14th by the Los Angeles Sparks, but did not play that season, spending rehabilitation time for her injuries.


Her pro career started promisingly. In the 2001 WNBA Draft, she was selected fourth overall by the Portland Fire, and was later voted the Rookie of the Year. Later in her WNBA career, Stiles suffered numerous injuries, including 13 surgeries.

Stiles was the 2001 winner of the Wade Trophy, Honda Sports Award for basketball, and the overall Honda-Broderick Cup winner for all sports.


During her four collegiate years, Stiles scored 3,393 points, a career total that stood as a record for Division I women’s basketball until it was broken by Kelsey Plum in 2017. On March 10, 2000, she scored 56 points against Evansville, which stands as the sixth highest number of points in a single Division I game. In her senior season, Stiles scored 41 points to help fifth seed Missouri State upset top seed Duke in the 2001 Sweet 16.

Stiles was named to the team representing the US in 2000 at the William Jones Cup competition in Taipei, Taiwan. The USA team started strong with a 32-point win over the host team, the Republic of China National Team. They then beat South Korea easily and faced Japan in the third game. Japan started out strongly, and had an 18-point lead in the first half. The USA then out scored Japan 23–3 to take a small lead at the half. The USA built a ten-point lead, but Japan cut it back to three with under a minute to go. Kelly Schumacher grabbed an offensive rebound and scored to bring the lead back to five points and the team held on for the win. The USA team beat Japan 83–80. The final game was against Malaysia, but it wasn’t close, with the USA winning 79–24, to secure a 4–0 record for the competition and the gold medal. Stiles averaged 6.8 points per game.


Stiles played college basketball at Southwest Missouri State University (now Missouri State University) from 1997 to 2001. While there, She became the first NCAA Division I women’s player to score more than 1,000 points in a season, scoring 1,062 in her senior year. That year, she won the Wade Trophy, which honors the best women’s basketball player in the college ranks, as well as the Broderick Cup, which honors the Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year. She competed with USA Basketball as a member of the 2000 Jones Cup Team that won the gold in Taipei, Taiwan.

Stiles was named to the USA Basketball Women’s Junior National Team when it was invited to the 1997 FIBA Junior World Championship (now called U19) held in Natal, Brazil. After beating Japan, the next game was against Australia, the defending champion. The USA team pulled out to a 13-point lead in the second half, but gave up the lead and lost the game 80–74. The USA rebounded with a close 92–88 victory over Cuba, helped by 23 points each from Maylana Martin and Lynn Pride. The USA then went on to beat previously unbeaten Russia. After winning the next two games, the USA faced Australia in the gold medal game. The USA team has a three-point lead late, but the Aussies hit a three-pointer with three seconds left in regulation to force overtime. Although the Aussies scored first, the USA team came back, then pulled into the lead and held on to win 78–74 to earn the gold, and the first medal for a USA team at a Junior World Championship. Stiles averaged 1.0 point per game.


Stiles was named to the USA Basketball Women’s Junior National Team (now called the U18 team). The team participated in the third Junior World Championship, held in Chetumal, Mexico in late August and early September 1996. The USA team won their early games easily, but lost by four points to the team from Brazil, ending up with the silver medal for the event.


Jackie Marie Stiles (born December 21, 1978) is a women’s college basketball coach who is currently an assistant coach for the University of Oklahoma women’s basketball team. Stiles set several scoring records while playing shooting guard in college and was inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame in 2016.