Petersen said Frett “is one of the all-time great players in our sport” and added that La-Force “has had an excellent career both as a player and a coach. They bring a depth of knowledge that will help both our players and our staff immensely.”
Frett played seven seasons in the WNBA and two years in the American Basketball League. She retired to serve as an assistant at Georgia from 2005-11. She served as the program’s director of operations for two seasons.
La-Force most recently was Rhode Island’s coach from 2014-19. She played at Georgetown.
La-Force’s sons, Terance Mann and Martin Mann, play for the Los Angeles Clippers and at Pace University, respectively. Her husband, Eddie Benton, is an assistant coach at Brown.
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