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(Reprint courtesy of the Women's Sports Foundation.) You can be a leader in supporting women's amateur and professional sports. Change happens one person at a time, one action at a time. You...
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...
Associated Press CANCUN, Mexico -- She may be a second-generation boxer, but if Laila Ali eventually has children, the world's most famous woman fighter will discourage them from taking up the...
By ANNE K. WALTERS (As seen Courtesy of The Chronicle) Washington A group of former female Olympic athletes, sports experts, and college and high-school coaches asked a U.S. Senate committee on...
The AAUW Educational Foundation’s new research report, Drawing the Line: Sexual Harassment on Campus, provides the most comprehensive findings to date on sexual harassment among undergraduate...
CHICAGO, February 8 - NBA Commissioner David Stern announced today that the city of Chicago has been awarded a WNBA team for the 2006 season. The new team will be primarily owned and operated by...
By MARK BERGIN SPECIAL TO THE POST-INTELLIGENCER When Storm coach Anne Donovan learned of her chance to coach the senior national team for the next three years, including a potential visit to the...
Associated Press SOTOGRANDE, Spain -- French golfer Jean Van de Velde will attempt to enter next year's Women's British Open because he is upset women may qualify for the 2006 British Open...
By LZ Granderson ESPN The Magazine Archive | Contact   "I'm just at a point in my life where I'm tired of having to pretend to be somebody I'm not. I'm tired of having to...
By Oscar Dixon, USA TODAY WNBA superstar Sheryl Swoopes' announcement Wednesday that she is a lesbian is not likely to create issues for her on the basketball court and may provide opportunities...