This season marks Coach Dolfo’s 32nd season as head coach of the WWU Women’s Basketball team. Her longevity at her career isn’t even the most impressive part about her – let’s review where she stands:

  • Winningest Active Coaches (All-Divisions): 29th (618-245/.716)
  • Winningest Active Coaches (Division II): 7th (by wins),
  • 20th (by pct.)
  • Winningest All-Time Coaches (Division II): 16th (by wins), 29th (by pct.)
  • Most 20-Win Seasons (Division II): Tied for 6th (21)

If you’re lucky enough to play with Carmen, you may notice a hint of a Canadian accent. She grew up in Penticton, B.C., where she led Penticton High School to the provincial championship as a senior. Dolfo came to WWU in 1984 after spending two seasons competing at Biola University, and played two years of basketball for the Vikings, earning NAIA All-America honors as a senior, averaging 16.8 points a game on a team that reached the national quarterfinals. In her four years of basketball, Dolfo scored 1,757 points and grabbed 896 rebounds.