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USA Women Sports Network's Executive Board
Goia DiFlumeri
Pro Soccer
Jessica Quas
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Leslie La Fronz
ESPN-W Board
Toni Plantamura-Rossi
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USA Women Sports Pioneers
Mary Ellen Garber
Garber was the pioneer among women sportswriters, receiving over 40 writing awards and honors in a career of seven decades, including the 2005 Associated Press Sports Editors Red Smith Award. She was the first woman inducted into the U.S. Basketball Writers Hall of Fame in 2002 and in 2008 was inducted into the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association HOF,

Mildred Johnston

Johnston was named coach of the boy’s basketball, baseball and track & field programs at Porter County’s old Liberty Center High School (IN) for the 1944-1945 season, becoming a pioneer in women’s sports.  World War II took a toll on everything, especially education, as the men went in the service. Johnston became the first female to serve as head coach of three high school boys' teams.

Cindy Timchal

Timchal is the NCAA's all-time leader in career wins (412) for any division in men's or women's college lacrosse. Her eight national titles are the eighth most by a coach in a women's sport in NCAA history, and the 26th most in all sports, men and women combined. Timchal was named Navy’s first women's lacrosse coach in 2006 has accumulated a 76-22. She started  her 31st year as head coach in 2013.

Catherine Masters

In 2000, Masters founded the National Women’s Football League a full-contact American football league for women that was headquartered in Nashville, There were two original franchises, the Alabama Renegades and the Nashville Dream which played in other six times in the inaugural season. The league became the National Women’s Football Association (NWFA) in 2002 after pressure from the NFL.



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