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Mike Thibault

Mike Thibaulht is the head coach of the Connecticut Sun of the WNBA. Thibaulht was hired by the Sun in 2003. Thibaulht was named WNBA Coach of the Year for the second time in his career in 2008
Mike Thibaulht is the head coach of the Connecticut Sun of the WNBA. Thibaulht was hired by the Sun in 2003. Thibaulht was named WNBA Coach of the Year for the second time in his career in 2008 « Show less

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  • Rebecca Lobo First Into Women's Basketball Hall Of Fame

    Rebecca Lobo, the former UConn women's basketball star, became the first Huskies player inducted into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame Saturday during ceremonies in Knoxville, Tenn. Among those joining Lobo for her induction were her husband, Steve...
  • Fever Defeat Sun, 77-67

    Katie Douglas scored 20 points and Tamika Catchings scored 12 of her 18 in the fourth quarter to help the Indiana Fever beat the Connecticut Sun 77-67 on Sunday. Catchings also had 13 rebounds and four steals for the Fever. She made all eight of her free...
  • Charles Leads Way As Sun Rally Past Sparks

    Tina Charles had career highs of 26 points and a team-record 19 rebounds and the Connecticut Sun rallied from a 16-point deficit for a 78-75 victory over the Los Angeles Sparks before a crowd of 8,852 Friday for their first road win of the year. "We...
  • Sun Blow 21-Point Lead But Defeat Mercury

    Sun Blow 21-Point Lead But Defeat Mercury
    —The Connecticut Sun may have blown a 21-point lead on Sunday, but the bottom line is they won in Phoenix for the first time in five years. Tina Charles had 24 points and 12 rebounds and hit the final points of the game on two free throws with 1:17...
  • Sky Rally To End Sun's 6-Game Home Winning Streak

    Sky Rally To End Sun's 6-Game Home Winning Streak
    — Every day is a new day in pro basketball, an opportunity to take a step ahead or fall a step behind. And Tuesday was not a good day for the Connecticut Sun. "We played a bad basketball game, which I've been worried about for two days," coach...
  • Charles Has 23 Boards In Sun Win

    Charles Has 23 Boards In Sun Win
    — The Connecticut Sun had been in a defensive funk. The choreography hadn't been right; bad on Broadway, especially bad in the WNBA. So it wasn't the best time for a visit from the dynamic Diana Taurasi, the league's leading scorer and former...
  • Sky Stop Charles, Beat Sun

    Sky Stop Charles, Beat Sun
    — Sylvia Fowles had 26 points and 11 rebounds as the Chicago Sky beat the Sun 92-80 Thursday night. The Sun's Tim Charles came into the game with six consecutive double-doubles, one shy of the WNBA record, but was limited to five points and six...
  • Charles Ties Franchise Record In Win At Tulsa

    Tina Charles had 16 points and 12 rebounds Tuesday night, tying a franchise record with her 12th double-double of the season, as the Connecticut Sun defeated the Tulsa Shock, 101-89. "I feel great about it," Charles said of matching the mark set by Taj...
  • Sun Fall To Silver Stars; Charles Sets Team Record For Double-Doubles

    Sun Fall To Silver Stars; Charles Sets Team Record For Double-Doubles
    — Sophia Young scored 19 points to lead the San Antonio Silver Stars to a 79-66 victory over the Connecticut Sun on Tuesday night. The Silver Stars wasted an early 11-point lead but outscored the Sun 31-18 over the final 14 minutes for their...
  • Gruda leads Sun past Fever 77-68

    Gruda leads Sun past Fever 77-68
    The Connecticut Sun are intent on staying in the Eastern Conference playoff race. Sandrine Gruda scored 21 points to lead the Sun to a 77-68 victory over Indiana on Wednesday, snapping their three-game losing skid and ending the Fever's seven-game home...
  • Sparks Hit 15 Threes To Beat Sun

    One by one, the Los Angeles Sparks drained three-pointers Saturday. And time and after time, the Connecticut Sun figured it couldn't last. Well, so much for the rational train of thought. "You would think they couldn't," Sun coach Mike Thibault said....