Stacey Dales who is a former Canadian basketball player is currently a host on the NFL Network. She is the native of Collingwood, Ontario. She came into this world on 5th September of the year 1979 which has now made her reach at the age of 36.
She was raised up in Brockville, Ontario. Her family members also include her brother named Burke who played the 10 seasons in Canadian Football League retiring in 2014. She went to get her education from the University of Oklahoma and she was the first All-American in the year 2001 as well as 2002. Stacey was named as the Big 12 Conference Player of The Year in 2001 and 2002 and she is also the Big 12 All-Time career assist leader.
Stacey was drafted 3rd overall in the year 2002 by Washington Mystics which is the highest pick ever for a Canadian. That same year, she was also named an All-Star Team as the replacement. During her period with the Washington, Dales was diagnosed with the Raynaud’s phenomenon in her hands.
She then announced in 2004 about her retirement from the league for the first time. After a year retirement, she joined the Chicago Sky who picked her in the expansion draft of 2006 after the Washington left her unprotected. Later, on 5th April of 2008, she again announced about her second retirement.
Prior to that, Dales had served as the college basketball analyst of the men and women as well as she was also the sideline reporter for the college football games on the ESPN. It was in November of the year 2008 when she left the ESPN after a contract dispute in which Dales was denied first class fight privileges during the cutbacks.
It was announced on 31st August of 2009 by the NFL Network that she would be the co-host of the Gameday Morning. For 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, she was hired by the Universal Sports for working as a correspondent.
Stacey is a tall lady with the towering height of six feet that is 183 cm. She has also played for the Washington Mystics as well as the Chicago Sky. She has been ranked number 4th in WNBA for the 3 pointers made and 2nd in the three-point attempts in 2007.
Moving on to her personal biography, Stacey was married to her boyfriend named Chris Schuman. After dating for sometimes, they got married on 13th April of 2002. Later, the pair got separated during her year off from the professional ball. Besides that, she is also active on Twitter and Instagram.