Ed Hardin: Hatchell's ideas revolutionizing women's game
Mon Mar 6, 2006
Sylvia Jean Hatchell doesn't look like a pioneer, and she doesn't act like a pioneer. But in her 31st season of coaching basketball, she might be changing the way the game is played. At least by women. An equal-opportunity thief, she's stolen and borrowed and adapted and adopted basketball theories from some of the best coaches in the country. Almost all have been men.
(Greensboro News & Record)
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