INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Fever announced today the team has removed the “interim” tag from General Manager Lin Dunn and extended her contract. Dunn officially returned to the Fever in February of last year, guiding the team through the historic 2022 WNBA draft when the team added four of the top ten picks to the roster.
“The Fever have been one of the most successful franchises in the history of the WNBA, and Lin Dunn has been at the center of every milestone, said Rick Fuson, Chief Executive Officer of Pacers Sports & Entertainment. “She has been a steadying hand and an important asset for our exciting, talented roster of up-and-coming stars, and we are thrilled she will be with us into the future.”
The Fever also announced that Hillary Spears, who currently serves as Director of Operations, will be elevated to Assistant General Manager.
The Fever have the top draft pick in the upcoming 2023 WNBA Draft and continue to acquire the talent they need to return to the top of the League. The team returns this season to a full slate of home games at Gainbridge Fieldhouse, and last month the WNBA announced an expanded 40-game schedule.