Tag: Women’s Basketball

Ordinarily Extraordinary…

If you were lucky, life when you were 14-years old was relatively uncomplicated. Relatively ordinary. Sure, there was the occasional crazed cram session for the upcoming algebra test. Maybe there was a big game on the horizon or a recital where the final note would spell relief. Even so, life was good — if you

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Number One…

From 2001 to 2017, Jackie Stiles held the distinction of being the all-time leading scorer in Division I Women’s Basketball history. She is heralded for the incredible 3,393 points scored in her hall of fame career. But there are bigger numbers that nobody knows: The number of hours, of shots, of repetitions it took to

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The True Wins of Play4Kay…

Life and death situations are a daily occurrence for Jaime Cowie. She is a first responder. By definition, she is the calmest person in every room she enters. Daily occurrence or not, life and death is never routine. Especially when it is your own life that is in question. In April 2017, Jamie turned 40

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The Disease of the People

Denise Brooks had never been sick in her life. Not even the flu. So when she felt the lump in March 2016, she did what most otherwise healthy people would do. She did nothing. It could not be a big deal. “Big deals” don’t happen to healthy people. Big deals happen to other people. Unalarmed,

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