Ann Meyers Drysdale broke ground in more ways than one in her career. The Olympics broadcaster and current GM for the Phoenix Mercury looks back on her life and how Title IX made it all possible. Read More
The most decorated American Olympic basketball player, Teresa Edwards, with five Olympic medals, including a record-tying four golds, looks back on how Title IX contributed to her basketball and life journey.
Long before Title IX, Babe Didrikson Zaharias was one of the most buzzed about athletes on the planet. From basketball to track to golf, her groundbreaking legacy paved the way for thousands of great female athletes.
In our latest piece celebrating the 40th anniversary of Title IX, we present Ginny Gilder, who navigated from a brave Yale University athlete and student protester in 1976 to becoming co-owner of the Seattle Storm.
In 1972, Sen. Birch Bayh pushed for Title IX legislation in Congress, expanding opportunities for women to play sports in college. Forty years later, Bayh reflects on how far women's sports has come since then.
Hall of Famer Lynette Woodard talks about the importance of Title IX.
No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program
or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.
Last week, Lauren Hill of Mount St. Joseph University courageously took the floor for her first college game, refusing to let an inoperable brain tumor keep her from achieving her dream – and WNBA stars Elena Delle Donne and Tamika Catchings were on hand to lend their support.