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Moberly, 4 October 1893; WBCA, B.89/e/7, Ile a la Crosse Correspondence Inward, 1893-1902, Lawrence Clarke to Thomas Anderson, 24 December 1901.
The Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA), along with the NCAA, is again ready to host the largest event surrounding women's basketball.
How successful has the WBCA been in curbing the flow of exotic wild birds into the U.S.?
Members of the fan club have been visible at home games, the Final Four, and the WBCA convention, forcing the lesbian issue with fans and coaches.
Frazier recently was named to the WBCA All-American first team, which consists of 10 players each year.
She was selected to the 2015-16 Division I WBCA Allstate Good Works Team, which honors college basketball athletes who have dedicated themselves to bettering the lives of others through giving back to their communities.
A recent study showed clearly that since passage of the Wild Bird Conservation Act (WBCA) of 1992 and banning imports of wild-caught birds into the EU, internal trade still abounds within range countries.
CORVALLIS - After falling to South Carolina in the second round of the Women's NCAA Tournament on Tuesday, Oregon State women's basketball coach Scott Rueck was named the Russell Athletic/Women's Basketball Coaches Association Region 8 coach of the year, the WBCA announced on Wednesday.
Davis and Steele will be presented with their $4,000 scholarships at an upcoming WBCA luncheon on Tuesday, June 4, at the Woman's Club of Raleigh.
Letter from WBCA President, Doug Bruno, DePaul University
In 2001, Roberts received the WBCA Mel Greenberg Media Award.