AIAWAssociation for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women
AIAWAssociation of Iranian American Writers
AIAWAmerican Institute of Architects Wisconsin (American Institute of Architects)
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Within that structure AIAW and a daycare center were organized, an extensive speaking program was organized and carried out, and women taught several free university courses on women.
1980 - The Utah State Aggies Softball team wins the AIAW national championship
However, from the early efforts of female physical education instructors and the women of the AIAW, women are still fighting some of the same stereotypes, myths, and issues that their foremothers faced.
UCLA (38-5 overall, 10-3 Pac-10) will honor its 1978 AIAW championship team before today's game against Arizona State.
The AIAW believed that sport should be more inclusive then the commercial model, that sport should instruct the athlete physically and mentally--an educational model of sport.
The second AIAW basketball championship was won by Immaculata College, beating Queens College 59-52 for their second women's college championship.
Meyers was a four-time All-American in women's basketball at UCLA, and led the team to the 1978 AIAW Championship.
TVS televised college basketball, major college football bowl games, NASL Soccer the World Football League, IWA Wrestling, NASCAR and Indy Car Racing, Pro Tennis, LPBT Bowling, PGA and LPGA Golf, AIAW Championships, Championship Boxing, and Pro Rodeo.
Team trophies are presented in the names of Paul Parenteau (men), the founder of the Holy Cross swim program, and Callie Taffe (women), a Holy Cross record-holder who earned AIAW All-America honors in 1981.
808 AIAW Awards--We were over by $250 - We had one more winner than anticipated.
Within three years, Enquist helped UCLA win its first national title, an AIAW crown.
Jaynes' teams also posted runners-up finishes in the 1973, 1977 and 1979 state tournaments, while her 1974 and 1975 teams advanced to the AIAW Region 2 playoffs.