|Born||August 11, 1956|
|Died||August 2, 2021 64) (aged|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|1983–1985||Kent State (asst.)|
|Head coaching record|
|Accomplishments and honors|
June Karen Daugherty (née Brewer; August 11, 1956 – August 2, 2021)was an American women's college basketball coach who was head coach at Washington State University.
In her seven years as head coach at Boise State from 1989 to 1996, Daugherty finished with a 122-75 record, 73-31 in the Big Sky Conference.
In her 11 years at Washington from 1996 to 2007, Daugherty took her teams to the NCAA tournament 6 times, including her final year. Her contract was not renewed after the season. Daugherty finished with a 191-131 record, 113-85 in the Pac-10.
Daugherty became head coach at rival Washington State in 2007 after being fired from Washington. She led Washington State to WNIT appearances in 2014 and 2015.On March 13, 2018, it was announced that Daugherty was terminated as head coach of WSU.
Daugherty was married to husband Mike, who formerly served as the associate head coach for WSU], and University of Washington|UW. They have twin children, Doc and Breanne.
She suffered from health issues for many years, and died at the age of 64 from heart troubles.
|Boise State Broncos (Big Sky Conference)(1989–1996)|
|1993–94||Boise State||23–6||12–2||T–1st||NCAA First Round|
|Boise State:||122–75 (.619)||73–31 (.702)|
|Washington Huskies (Pac-10 Conference)(1996–2007)|
|1996–97||Washington||17–11||12–6||4th||NCAA First Round|
|1997–98||Washington||18–10||9–9||5th||NCAA First Round|
|1998–99||Washington||16–13||11–7||5th||WNIT Second Round|
|2000–01||Washington||22–10||12–6||T–1st||NCAA Elite Eight|
|2001–02||Washington||19–12||12–6||T–2nd||NCAA Sweet 16|
|2002–03||Washington||22–8||13–5||T–2nd||NCAA First Round|
|2003–04||Washington||18–13||9–9||6th||WNIT Second Round|
|2005–06||Washington||19–11||11–7||T–4th||NCAA Second Round|
|2006–07||Washington||18–13||11–7||4th||NCAA First Round|
|Washington:||191–139 (.579)||113–85 (.571)|
|Washington State Cougars (Pac-10/12 Conference)(2007–present)|
|2013–14||Washington State||17–17||9–9||7th||WNIT First Round|
|2014–15||Washington State||17–15||7–11||T-7th||WNIT First Round|
|2016–17||Washington State||16–20||6–12||7th||WNIT Semi-Finals|
|Washington State:||130–217 (.375)||56–141 (.284)|
National champion Postseason invitational champion
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