Tracy Stevens is the beautiful wife of Brad Stevens, who’s the head coach of the NBA’s Boston Celtics. He was generally known as the head coach at Butler University in his hometown, Indianapolis, IN, before entering the NBA, on July 3, 2013, after signing with the Celtics.
Bradley Kent “Brad” Stevens was born on October 22, 1976. He attended Zionsville Community High School and then graduated from DePauw University in 1999. His parents are Jan, a university professor who previously taught at Butler, and Mark, an orthopedic surgeon in Indianapolis and former football player at Indiana University Bloomington.
Now that you got a quick bio of Brad, it’s time to talk about the Celtics’ First Lady!
Stevens’ wife was born Teresa Jewe Wilhelmy on October 7, 1976. Her parents are Joan and Albert Wilhelmy. Tracy graduated from Rocky River High School in 1995, and later she headed to DePauw, where she played soccer and graduated from in 1999. But not only that, she also met and dated Brad while attending DePauw!
Tracy quickly learned of her hubby’s love for basketball: it was on their third date that Brad drove her for an hour and a half to attend a high school basketball game! It was crazy, but Tracy loved that day. After Mrs. Stevens graduated from DePauw, she returned to school in 2000 and incredibly drove for about five hours from Case Western’s Law School to Indianapolis to see Brad on weekends. She finished her final year in Brad’s hometown and then married him on August 8, 2003, in Cuyahoga, Ohio. Tracy now works as a labor and employment lawyer, but she’s also her hubby’s agent.
The couple is greatly involved with the American Cancer Society’s program Coaches vs. Cancer. Both incredibly support this since Tracy’s mother passed away in 2004 because of this disease. The Stevens now reside in Boston, Massachusetts. They have two children together: a son named Brady and their daughter Kinsley.