Sylvia Hatchell : the life and basketball legacy / Roberta Teague Herrin and Sheila Quinn Oliver.
Herrin, Roberta T. author.
|Other author/creator||Oliver, Sheila Quinn, author.|
|Format||Book and Print|
|Publication Info||Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, |
|Description||ix, 247 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm|
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|Contents||Becoming Sylvia -- Honing Her Skills -- Becoming a Coach -- Living Her Dream -- The Dream Deferred -- Changing Her Game -- Duke! Duke! Duke! -- Over the Hump -- Latta-Tude vs. The Summitt -- Hurdles and Hitches -- Black Clouds on the Horizon -- Again -- Holding the Rope -- Riding the Highs and Weathering the Lows -- The End of an Era.|
|Abstract||"As a young girl, Sylvia Hatchell longed to play little league baseball and, later, high-school basketball, but both were closed to her because she was a girl. In college, her world shifted when she discovered a passion for coaching that would lead her to become a Naismith Hall of Fame coach of women's basketball at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In this book, Coach Hatchell's life story unfolds against the backdrop of Title IX and women's struggle for equal opportunities in athletics. She celebrates triumphs (such as winning the 1994 NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Tournament) and weathers sadness and failure (such as the loss of her parents, surviving cancer, and being forced to resign from her dream job in 2019)"-- Provided by publisher.|
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
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|Joyner||NC Stacks||GV884.H2555 H47 2021||✔ Available||Place Hold|