WWU basketball coach to play on a different kind of court this week
The Bellingham Herald
After 20 years of coaching Western Washington University's women's basketball team, there's no denying Carmen Dolfo knows the ins and outs of the sport. She has won 424 games and has made 19 postseason appearances in her illustrious career. However, while much of Dolfo's offseason has been filled with studying how to make her basketball team better, there's a new sport that has been garnering a lot of Dolfo's attention lately. Since September 2010, in Dolfo's spare time, she has been trading in her coaching whistle and clipboard for a tennis racquet - a sport she used to play in high school in Penticton, B.C., where she grew up.