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50 Years Of Glory: UNC Women's Athletics And Title IX


In the 1940s, Frances Hogan, credited as the Mother of Women's Sports at UNC, coached a club field hockey team that worked out at Kenan Stadium, often facing hecklers from male counterparts. Hogan stayed focused for more than 30 years with the hope that women would one day have an equal playing field. In 1971-72, she got her wish. (GoHeels.com)

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50 Years Of Glory: UNC Women's Athletics And Title IX


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