In the footsteps of champions: the University of Tennessee Lady Volunteers, the first three decades

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University of Tennessee Press, Nov 1, 2008 - Sports & Recreation - 296 pages
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Tracing the first three decades of The University of Tennessee Lady Volunteers, this work captures the enthusiasm, determinations, and vision of those who created the foundations of this leading women's athletic program. Illustrations throughout.

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Contents

Coaches Scholarships and a Little Red Wagon 19761986
1
Seriously Fun 19871996
79
Ringing in a New Century 19972007
149
Copyright

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About the author (2008)

Debby Schriver is retired from the University of Tennessee, where she served as associate dean of Student Conduct and Orientation. She was also a team leader in the Human Resources Training Department. She is the coeditor, with Lucia McMahon, of To Read My Heart: The Journal of Rachel VanDyke, 1810-1811. For four years she was editor of The Orientation Review, published by the National Orientations Directors' Association.

Hamm has been honored as U.S. Soccer's Female Player of the Year five consecutive times. She is married to Marine Corps pilot Christiaan Corey and serves as a volunteer assistant coach of the University of North Carolina's women's soccer team.

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