Thus, the Ducks were still wrapping up their regular season when the AIAW
tournament was in full swing.
It was a team largely put together under the old AIAW
recruiting rules - no paid trips, no home visits - which made teams more regional and recruiting less stressful.
Historically, TVS has produced and distributed NCAA Basketball, NCAA Football Bowl Games, NASCAR, IMSA, USAC, and Grand Prix auto racing; NASL Soccer, IWA Wrestling, LPGA Bowling, WFL Football, AIAW
Championships, PRA Rodeo, NCBA Boxing, and AAWA Arm Wrestling for the past 53 years.
Parsons , who served as the women's golf coach from 1973-78 and men's golf coach from 1980-88, coached the women's golf team to the 1977 and 1978 AIAW
Cathy (Westall) Kuzmeskas, the all-time leading scorer in WSU women's history and one of the stars of the 1980 AIAW
national title team, will take the last shot after the women's game.
The women's tennis team won the 1982 AIAW
National Championship and in 2008 the football program won the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) National Championship.
1979 - The Utah State Aggies volleyball team wins the AIAW
She has been President of AIAW
, NAGWS, Women Sport International and a Trustee of the Women's Sports Foundation as well as presently serving on the Advisory Board of Beyond Sport.
She captured the 1981 AIAW
one-meter springboard championship, leading the competition from start to finish and scoring 425.
Kaczor recorded seven kills in the final game to help the Women of Troy improve to 3-0 all-time against the Rebels (19-13), including victories in the AIAW
playoffs in 1977-78.
of Texas to 13 Southwest Conference, 15 NCAA berths, and two national crowns (1981 AIAW
and 1988 NCAA) during your 17-year tenure, in addition to guiding the men's and women's programs at Kellogg Community College in Battle Creek, MI, to six national junior college championships, between 1973-79.
Body type and composition differences between placers and nonplacers in an AIAW