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Lisa Stone

Sarthak Published On Fri Jul 24 2020   Modified On Fri Jul 24 2020
Lisa Stone

Facts of Lisa Stone

Birth NameLisa Lea Stone
ProfessionBasketball Coach
NationalityAmerican
Birth CityMadison, Wisconsin
Birth CountryUnited States
Gender IdentityFemale
Sexual OrientationStraight
HoroscopeLeo
Marital StatusMarried
SpouseEdward Stone
No Of Children2
Networth800000
AwardsWIAC Coach of the Year,A-10 Coach of the Year (2016)
EducationUniversity of Iowa
Networth$800 k
Twitter Profile
Wiki Profile
Date of BirthAugust 14,1962
Age58 years

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    Body and Relation Status of Lisa Stone

    What is Lisa Stone marital status ?Married
    How many children does Lisa Stone have ?2
    Who is Lisa Stone married with?Edward Stone

    Lisa Stone is an American college basketball coach who is currently the head women's basketball coach at Saint Louis University. Stone is one of the few prominent basketball coaches. She played college basketball at the University of Iowa from 1980-1984. Likewise, Stone has won multiple awards throughout her coaching career.

    Lisa Lea Stone was born on August 14, 1962, in Madison, Wisconsin, the United States. She is 57 years old as of 2020. There is no additional information about her family background.

    Lisa Stone Education

    Lisa grew up in Oregon and played tennis, basketball, track, and field at Oregon High School. She earned second-team all-state honors as a junior and first-team honor as a senior.

    Lisa Stone is a basketball coach.
    Image: Lisa Stone began her basketball coaching career in 1985.
    Source: madison

    Talking about her educational qualifications, Lisa has a bachelor's degree in physical education. Likewise, she earned a master's degree in athletic administration from the University of Iowa.

    Lisa Stone Husband

    Lisa is married to her husband named Edward (Ed) Stone. She hasn't shared when and where the couple first met. Additionally, Stone prefers to remain silent when it comes to her personal life. Her spouse, Ed, is a certified public accountant. The couple shares two children, a daughter named Allison and a son named Tyler Stone.

    Lisa Stone and her husband, Ed Stone share two kids.
    Image: Ed Stone, Lisa, Allie, and Tyler. Lisa and her husband Ed, has two kids.
    Source: Twitter@CoachStone_SLU

    Lisa's daughter Allison graduated from Wisconsin-Eau Claire in 2015. She was an All-Conference soccer player. She plans to study medicine and become a physician's assistant. Similarly, Lisa's son graduated from Saint Louis in 2017. He became the manager of Billikens men's team for four years.

    While Lisa came back into her coaching career, her first year at Saint Louis was challenging. She lived alone far from her family. However, her husband supported her by taking care of the kids. The family of four currently lives across the Mississippi River in Edwardsville, Illinois. Like the Stone family, another basketball coach Jeff Hornacek and his wife Stacy Hornacek, has a joyful married life.

    Net Worth

    The head coach at Saint Louis University, Lisa Stone, has an estimated net worth of $800,000 as of 2020. She has been the coach at Saint Louis since 2012. However, she began her coaching career in 1985. Although female coaches are paid less than their male colleagues, Lisa has amassed a decent earning.

    The average annual salary for the women's basketball coach ranges from $35,000-$46,000. Therefore, Lisa might earn around $43,000 per year. It is not known whether she has a contract with Saint Louis, but some female coaches has a contract of up to $2.4 million a year.

    Career and Achivement

    Lisa became the youngest four-year coach in the United States when she entered Cornell College in 1985. She then went to the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and became the head coach from 1988 to 2000.

    Lisa Stone with a player.
    Image: Lisa Stone is currently the head coach at Saint Louis University.
    Source: madison

    From 2000-2003, Stone became the head coach of Drake University. Afterward, she returned to Wisconsin to train the Wisconsin Badgers. However, Wisconsin fired her in 2011.

    Talking about Stone's achievements, she has been named WIAC Coach of the Year five times. In 2016, she won the A-10 Coach of the Year Award along with College Sports Madness High Major Coach of the Year honors.