Title IX Initiatives at Tiffin University March 5, 2013 Tiff, Ohio - Tiffin University started to implement Title IX initiatives gradually throughout the 1980s, adding volleyball in 1981 and slow pitch softball in 1982. Women’s basketball would not come until the 1984-85 season.
Michigan Tech's DePuydt Highly Regarded for Role in Foundation of Women’s Athletics March 1, 2013 Houghton, Mich. - Forty years after Title IX was enacted, 38 years after Michigan Tech began its women’s athletic programs and seven years after DePuydt’s passing, her legacy lives on through 115 female student-athletes at Tech.
Malone Alum Stacy Messner Overcomes Life’s Challenges To Help U.S. Deaf Women’s Soccer Team Capture Gold Medal February 18, 2013 Canton, Ohio - Malone University alum Stacy Messner would be the first to tell you that sometimes life is hard. And often, very hard. Especially when you are hard of hearing and, in Stacy’s case, to the point of being legally deaf.
Title IX Through Barb’s Eyes February 11, 2013 MARQUETTE, Mich. – Former Northern Michigan University associate athletic director Barb Patrick has no legal background, but she feels she’s an expert in one particular federal law, the one known as Title IX.
LSSU Lakers Were on a Level Playing Field When Women's Sports Programs Began February 4, 2013 SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich. - When Title IX was in its infancy and schools had various interpretations of compliance with the federal regulation that gave women equal opportunity to compete in college athletics, a little school in a remote part of Michigan was ahead of its time.
Walsh's Judge Rosemarie (Rosie) gets inductee into the Wall of Fame. January 31, 2013 Canton, Ohio - Jim Clark interviewing the Honorable Judge Rosemarie (Rosie) A. Hall, a recent inductee into our Wall of Fame.