Shattering the Glass: The Remarkable History of Women's Basketball

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University of North Carolina Press, Mar 1, 2007 - Sports & Recreation - 306 pages
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A history of women's basketball in the United States traces its invention in the late-nineteenth century through its current high-profile position today, sharing portraits of past and current contributors while exploring the sport's relationship to changi

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Shattering the Glass: The Dazzling History of Women's Basketball from the Turn of the Century to the Present

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More American women have played basketball than any other sport, but today's game barely resembles the static, low-scoring game of 100 years ago. Women's basketall started in 1892 at Smith College ... Read full review

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