June Daugherty Obituary: Former WSU Women Basketball coach June passed away at the age of 64. Learn about the cause of her death and more.
With a career spanning over 3 decades, June’s contribution to the world of basketball has been immense.
June Daugherty Obituary
Former WSU Women’s basketball coach June Daugherty died in Boise, Idaho, on August 2, 2021.
June Karen Daugherty was a women’s basketball coach from the United States. She was the head coach of Washington State University.
In her 35 years long career, she coached numerous teams, including Boise State from 1989 to 1996, Washington from 1996 to 2007, and WSU from 2007 to 2018. The Washington State Cougars went 130-217 overall and 56-141 in league play throughout her 11 years with them.
Daugherty was to turn 65 this week.
“June Daugherty was a shining light in the Pac-12. She will be deeply missed,” the Pac-12 said in a statement.
June Daugherty Cause of Death: How Did She Die?
The cause of Daugherty’s death is heart issues.
Daugherty suffered from several health issues over the years. She succumbed to her deteriorating health and died because of heart troubles.
June Daugherty Age
June was 64 years old of age at the time of her death.
Daugherty was born on August 11, 1956, in Columbus, which is located in Ohio. She was of white ethnicity and a proud citizen of the United States of America.
June Daugherty Husband: Who Was She Married Too?
June Daugherty was married to her husband, Mike Daugherty.
June was the mother to Doc and Breanne. Doc and Breanne are twins and the only children of June and Mike.
Her husband Mike was also her assistant coach throughout her career.
He wrote, “She was the greatest mother, lover, and friend on his Facebook tribute post. She had zero intolerance except for those who were hateful and intolerant. The world is a lesser place starting on Tuesday.”