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Cheryl Sorenson was born on 18 March, 1980 in Portland, Oregon, United States. At 40 years old, Cheryl Sorenson height not available right now. We will update Cheryl Sorenson's height soon as possible.

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Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 18 March 1980
Birthday 18 March
Birthplace Portland, Oregon, United States
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On April 17, 2014 Sorenson would be named the Pilots fifth head coach in the programs 34-year history. Sorenson and the Pilots parted ways in 2019.


Sorenson would be hired as an assistant coach by the Portland Pilots for the 2011-12 season where she would serve for 3 years before becoming head coach. Sorenson would act as the team's second assistant coach. While as an assistant, the Pilots Pilots would post a record of 37-56, but improvement would be made each season (12-20 in 2011-12, 11-20 in 2012-13, and 14-16 in 2013-14).


After the 2007 season Sorenson would be hired by the Eastern Washington Eagles to serve as an assistant basketball coach and act as recruiting coordinator. While at Eastern Washington, the Eagles would win the 2010 Big Sky Championship regular season. Under her tutelage, Julie Piper would become the first Eastern Washington player to win the Big Sky's Most Valuable Player award, and Brianne Ryan would make the conference's first team squad. The Eagles would post a record of 46-74 during Sorenson's time with them (4-25 in 2007-08, 10-19 in 2008-09, 19-12 in 2009-10 with a WNIT birth, and 13-18 in 2010-11).


After graduation Sorenson began working as a sales representative for Baden in Federal Way. She also became the varsity girls head basketball coach for at Eastside Catholic High School in Bellevue, Washington. After one season at Eastside Sorenson would be hired as the head coach position at Bellevue Community College, where she would coach Bellevue from 2004-2007. The first season (2004–05) at Bellevue would be difficult as the team would win only 4 games (4-24). By her second season, the team had adapted Sorenson's ideas. Bellevue would jump up to 22 wins (22-7), and in 2006-07 they would go 26-5. Sorenson would be named the NWAACC North Division Coach of the Year in both the 2006 and 2007 seasons.


Sorenson would return to the team for the 2000-2001 season, her sophomore year. Sorenson would play in 27 games, averaging 15 minutes a game, a knee injury near the end of the season forced Sorenson to miss four games, but the Huskies would make the NCAA Tournament.


Sorenson would receive a scholarship to play basketball at the University of Washington, the same university both of her parents had attended. Sorenson would be a key figure for the Huskies from 1998-2003. While a freshman Sorenson would play in 28 games off the bench and averaged 10 minutes a game. For the season she would go 12-16 from the foul line with 33 assists and 10 steals. The Huskies would make it to the second round of the WNIT.


Cheryl Elaine Sorenson (born March 18, 1980) was the women's basketball head coach for the Portland Pilots. In March 2019, Sorenson and the University of Portland parted ways.