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Saturday, Dec 24 2005, 8:22 pm   By Jesse Wolfersberger: CNJ staff writer Gone are the days of two-handed set shots and 24-19 games. Now is the time of crossovers, gym rats, and the Final Four...
Print Courtesy of NACWAA University Park, Pa. – Female athletes are half as likely to have female coaches today than they were before enactment of Title IX in 1972, even though there are 10...
By Jodi Upton and Erik Brady, USA TODAY A federal law intended to shine light on whether colleges treat male and female athletes equitably is mired in mistakes, interpretation errors and...
Washington Post Saturday, December 10, 2005; Page E02 The Washington Mystics announced yesterday that Pat Summitt will not return as the team's player personnel consultant. Summitt, the...
One of the most highly respected women involved in intercollegiate athletics today, Alfreeda Goff is in her seventh year at the Horizon League and presently serves as one of two Senior Associate...
Published November 28, 2005 Violation of gender equity cited - The University of Cincinnati women's rowing team is suing UC in a class action lawsuit filed Monday...
Associated Press STATE COLLEGE - A leader of a women's rights group has asked Joe Paterno to resign over comments the Penn State football...
ESPN.com/Golf Digest Michelle Wie has proved she can play with some of the world's best male golfers. Beat them? Maybe not. Hang with 'em? Absolutely.   But is playing in PGA Tour events in...
By Peter Ker and Kate Hagan March 23, 2006 Related coverage Police still searching for absent athletes SEVEN Sierra Leonian Commonwealth Games athletes were reported missing to Victoria...
Reprinted courtesy of the Women's Sports Foundation It is not uncommon for the following circumstances to be encountered in women's sports: A coach suggests to a recruit that the coach of...