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      "I was delighted to receive the press release from the University of Tennessee announcing Hallie King as the recipient of the Naismith Good Sportsmanship Award.  Hallie...
By Bernell Hooker The 2010 IOU Sports “If I were a Boy,” Girls Violence Prevention Forum was hosted by Alverno College Research Center for Women and Girls and supported by the Helen Bader...
By Nancy Quinn   With almost 40 years since the passage of Title IX — which opened the door for girls to participate in high school and college athletics — the question of how...
By Michael Hiestand, USA TODAY Selling ESPN specifically to women might not seem sensible. But ESPN, always on the prowl for spinoffs, wants to target women with espnW. As ESPN vice president Laura...
Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post/Getty Images No one likes to say it out loud, but in American culture girl’s sports rarely matter as much as the games played by the boys. Schools have spent...
Froedtert & Medical College Sports Medicine Program WHY is being “properly hydrated” so important for an athlete???   When you exercise you become dehydrated through 1)...
Published: June 4, 2010 Women’s Sports Foundation     A 20-year study of network and cable by USC & Purdue sociologists find men take 96% of sports news in 2009. Even the ESPN...
By Bernell Hooker Dr. Condoleezza Rice is an American professor, politician, diplomat and author. She served as the 66th United States Secretary of State, and was the second to hold that office in...
Media Credit: Michelle Rattinger/assistant photo editor Vice President Joe Biden announced changes to Title IX Tuesday afternoon in the Smith Center. The changes to the law - which promotes...
Sports Jobs More Than Fun and Games From Frank Angst, former About.com Guide Some athletically gifted people are destined for a lucrative career in sports, but there also are plenty of sports jobs...