Bridget Pettis


Served as envoy

  • 2013  –  Kazakhstan

Bridget Pettis is a former WNBA and college basketball player who is currently the assistant coach of Chicago Sky. She was a guard for eight seasons on Phoenix Mercury and Indiana Fever but before being drafted into the WNBA, Pettis played for the University of Florida.

Memorably, she completed 8 three-point shots against the George Bulldogs in 1993 which has remained the University of Florida’s single game record since. During her first two seasons with Phoenix Mercury, she averaged over 14 points per game which contributed to her career overall of 1,408 points.

In 2013, Pettis, Frank, and Eddie Johnson started a club team called Team 2j Thunder before she was hired as an assistant coach for the LA Sparks. A year later, Pettis became the assistant coach for the Dallas Wings but announced her retirement from the Wings organization in 2017.