3/ Sylvia Hatchell (Basketball)
Ranking the fourth in terms of basketball players with the most career wins in America, Sylvia Hatchell began her coaching career in 1974 at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. She led this women’s basketball team to various victories.
During his coaching career, Hatchell took the fourth highest rank for the wins in the professional basketball events.
She stands out from other basketball coaches in the world thanks to her unmatched leadership skills and positivity. As of 2018, she still coached the North Carolina team to lead the ACC Converses. She helped the team to achieve multiple gold medals.
4/Jennifer Welter (Football)
Jennifer Welter is one of the best female coaches in the NFL. As an American football player, she started her coaching career in the NFL in 2015.
As of 2018, she worked as an assistant coach of the Arizona Cardinals. However, she had previously worked as a coach with special teams and linebackers in the Taxes Revolution.
During her coaching career, she supported her teams to win the Women’s Professional Football League championship three times and the IWFL championship for once in 2008.
In conclusion, she is a pioneer among the football women coaches. Focusing on changing the perception of coaching within the NFL, she is a sports pioneer within the United Nations.
5/ Tara VanDerveer (Basketball)
Tara VanDerveer has worked as the women’s basketball head coach at Stanford University for 33 years as of 2018. She only took a short break from leading Stanford University in participating in the 1996 Olympic Games with the U.S. national team.
Earlier, she worked with Idaho and Ohio State Universities between the late 1970s and mid-1980s.
During her coaching career, she has recorded 1,036 wins with only 242 losses. Thanks to such achievements, she ranked second in the top female basketball coaches as of the end of 2018.