Swoopes unofficially retired from women’s basketball in 2012, and took the job at Loyola the following year.
Swoopes’s basketball career took off at Texas Tech in the early ‘90s, and she was recruited to join the Houston Comets for the WNBA’s inaugural season.
Loyola has fired head coach Sheryl Swoopes after investigating claims that she mistreated her players, the university announced on Sunday.
“Sheryl Swoopes is no longer serving as the women’s basketball coach at Loyola University Chicago,” athletic director Steve Watson said in a statement.
Swoops became the first player to be signed in the WNBAA and she is currently a three-time WNBA MVP.
Edit Sheryl Swoopes debut as a national player from1994, participated as the USA's national team, further, she participated in World Championships of 1994.
In that competition, USA achieved a bronze medal, beating Australia.
She was four-time WNBA Champion within 1917 to 2000 and won WNBA Defensive Player, for three times in 2000, 2002, and 2003.
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Swoopes started her WNBA career during 1997 inaugural season, where she recruited for the Houston Comets.