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BTW’s Donnita Rogers accepts Langston AD position

BTW boys basketball coach Donnita Rogers, who previously served as Grambling State’s women’s basketball coach, has accepted the athletic director’s position at Langston University in Langston, Oklahoma. 448 more words

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CBS 6 anchor Cheryl Miller inducted into Virginia Communications Hall of Fame

RICHMOND, Va. — Legendary CBS 6 anchor Cheryl Miller was inducted into the 2015 Virginia Communications Hall of Fame Thursday night.

The 28th Hall of Fame Ceremony honored those with significant achievements in the fields of Virginia media. 120 more words

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Play like a Girl!

Title IX is a constitutional amendment signed into law in 1972 by then president Richard Nixon. It was exactly 43 years, only two generations ago, since the inception of the amendment. 223 more words

FEBRUARY 9: Leslie scores 101

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO today, seventeen-year-old Lisa Leslie scored 101 points in one half of a high school game for Morningside High of Inglewood, California.

The 6-foot-5-inch center was a cinch to break Cheryl Miller’s then-record of 105 points, but the opponent, South Torrence, refused to play the second half. 72 more words

Woman Crush Wednesday: Cheryl Miller


Let’s just face it, all male basketball fans just love a woman who can hold her own on the court as well. Sanaa Lathan was every guy’s dream soon after Love & Basketball came out. 403 more words

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Calif. girls hoops blowout just the latest in long line of disturbing prep routs

Much has already been made of the 161-2 rout that San Bernadino squad Arroyo Valley put on fellow Southern California school Bloomington on Monday. Yes, the scoreline was ugly, embarrassing and probably unsportsmanlike (how can you score 160 points in a game without some questionable sportsmanship?). 636 more words

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Cheryl Miller to be inducted into Virginia Communications Hall of Fame

RICHMOND, Va. — Longtime CBS 6 anchor Cheryl Miller is one of seven people who will be inducted into the 2015 Virginia Communications Hall of Fame this spring. 170 more words

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