Storyline: Anne Donovan Death

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6 days ago via ESPN
Anne Donovan, a legendary figure in women’s basketball who won Olympic gold as a player and as a coach for the United States, died Wednesday of heart failure. She was 56. “While it is extremely difficult to express how devastating it is to lose Anne, our family remains so very grateful to have been blessed with such a wonderful human being,” Donovan’s family said in a statement. “Anne touched many lives as a daughter, sister, aunt, friend and coach.”

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6 days ago via ESPN

Donovan was in Knoxville, Tennessee, this past weekend for the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame induction of Rose Marie Battaglia, her former high school coach in Paramus. “Anne was a person with strong faith, courageous spirit, a giving heart and love for everyone,” Donovan’s family said in its statement. “We are so proud of her accomplishments as a women’s basketball player and coach, but even more proud of her character, integrity, humility and kindness. “We appreciate your respect for our family’s privacy during this very sad time.”
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