Nevertheless, she persisted.”
Women’s Basket Ball Team Normal School No. 2, Washington D.C., 1911
AAU All American Babe Didrickson and the Golden Cyclones, 1930
L.O. Payne’s All Female Basketball Team, 1935
Women’s Basketball Team, Fayetteville State University, 1939-40
Women’s Basketball Team, Storer College, West Virginia, 1947
Missouri Arledge,All-American. First black woman to play in a national Amateur Athletic Union tournament, 1952-54
Wayland Baptist Flying Queens, 1956-57, winners of 131 straight AAU games (streak ended March, 1958).
Nera White and Joan Crawford, Nashville Business College: 11-time AAU Champions, including 8-straight, 1962-69.
Might Macs, 1973. Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women Champions 1972-74
Annie Meyers, 1979
Cheryl Miller, USC, 1982-86
Lynette Woodard, Harlem Globetrotters, 1985
USA Olympic Team, 1996
Houston Comets’ 4th WNBA championship, August 26, 2000
Jackie Stiles of Missouri State scores her 3,393rd point March 30th, 2001.
Pat Summitt’s 1,098th win, March 24, 2012
Brittney Griner, 2013 WNBA number one draft pick.
WNBA’s 21st season starts May 13, 2017