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  Player Bio: Gay McNutt :: Softball
In addition, McNutt was named the Louisiana Coach of the Year in 1998, and her whole staff received significant honors, as they were named the 1998 South Region Coaching Staff of the Year.
She was named the Louisiana Coach of the Year in 1998, and her whole staff received significant honors, as they were named the 1998 South Region Coaching Staff of the Year.
While there, she earned her bachelor's degree in behavior science, and was the assistant coach for both the women's basketball and softball teams from 1985 to 1989.
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  Official Athletic Web Site of the University of South Dakota Coyotes - Hall of Fame
A four-time All-American, Susan Chopskie-Krtinich is one of the all-time relay and 400-meter standouts in USD school history.
Chopskie-Krtinich was an All-American on the USD 1,600 meter relay squads that finished fourth in 1990 and 1991 and third at the NCAA Division II Indoor Nationals in 1991.
Kristie Dean-Nedved, originally of Minneapolis, Minn., was a five-time All-American and one of the standouts at South Dakota from 1987-92.
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  1986 Open Championship - Sharkive - Sharkwatch - Shark.com
American dominance was almost total- For a long, long time the rest of the golfing world firmly believed that the U.S. tour was the strongest in the world, that American players were virtually unbeatable.
The third day of the championship this year was memorable for the comments of two of the most respected and influential voices in the world of golf over the last couple of decades.
The American team had no Nicklaus or Watson but, as Lee Trevino said before the historic match at The Belfry, what he did have was a team comprised of the best twelve golfers on the tour at that time qualified to play for Uncle Sam.
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 15 African American Firsts - MSN Encarta
Astronaut Mae Jemison became the first African American woman to travel in space when she flew on the space shuttle Endeavor in a September 1992 mission.
It was held during the second week in February in honor of the birthdays of African American scholar Frederick Douglass and former United States president Abraham Lincoln.
Considered the founder of African American literature, Wheatley is perhaps best remembered for her poem "On Being Brought from Africa to America," which describes her experience coming to America as a seven-year-old child and as a slave.
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 Zile, Bezimeni & Noci
The World Club Championship was first held in 1960 as a meeting between the winners of the European Champion Clubs' Cup and the Copa Libertadores (the South American Champions cup).
In South America the South American Championship was begun in 1916, the year of the formation of the South American Football Confederation.
South Africa withdrew and was not readmitted by the CAF until 1992.
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 A Chronological History of South Texas College of Law
South Texas began with seven part-time instructors, who represented some of the "most successful lawyers and ablest judges of the Houston Bar." The curriculum and other programs of the law school were modeled after those of the University of Texas.
South Texas received the replica of the Liberty Bell that an anonymous donor had purchased for the school the previous year; the bell was placed on the main floor of the Jesse H. Jones Law Building.
South Texas College of Law was named as having one of the best student advocacy programs in the United States, and was invited to participate in the National Invitational Moot Court Tournament, to be held in spring 1980 on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
www.stcl.edu /welcome/history_South_TX.htm   (11713 words)

  
 Official Team Site of the South Rowan Raiders: Coaching Records   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Reid set the foundation at South that led to 15 straight winning seasons and six conference championships in an eight year span.
Coach Deal has been a part of South Rowan athletics since 1963, and was a teacher and coach at South from 1971 to 2005.
South held it's own against the larger city schools and made the playoffs in their first two years of 4A play.
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 American Mideast Conference Champions   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Houghton (North); Mount Vernon Nazarene, Ohio Dominican (South)
Notre Dame, Tiffin (North); Ohio Dominican, Rio Grande (South)
Notre Dame, Roberts Wesleyan (North); Ohio Dominican, Rio Grande (South)
www.amcsports.com /champion.htm   (43 words)

  
 DIAC News Releases
Each year the USA South Athletic Conference presents its most prestigious awards by honoring one male and one female as the Student-Athletes of the Year.
He was a founding father of the DIAC in 1963 and served as its Secretary-Treasurer for 25 years.
In addition to the national championship, Mommo also won the Pfeiffer Invitational and finished in the top-15 in each of his seven tournaments played this season.
www.usasouth.net /news/donscalf.htm   (458 words)

  
 PGA Championship Golf Legends - PGA Championship
The PGA Championship is a golf tournament conducted annually by the Professional Golfers Association of America as part of the PGA TOUR.
The PGA Championship is one of the four modern majors in men's championship golf.
During the laying of the cornerstone for the PGA in Jan 17, 1916, the idea for a national championship was conceived.
www.golflegends.org /pga-championship.php   (1104 words)

  
 WorldCupSoccer.com::WORLD CUP KOREA-JAPAN 2002   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Manoel dos Santos Francisco - Garrincha - was born a cripple and the operation that enabled him to walk left him with a disorted left leg, yet he went on to gain two World Cup winner's medals.
Born at Pau Grande in 1933, he joined Botafogo in 1953 and made his international debut in the 1957 South American Championship, but was left out of the first two games of the 1958 World Cup.
He had a cartilage operation in 1963 and was involved in a scandal when he left his wife and eight children to marry a local singer.
www.worldcupsoccer.com /leg18.htm   (230 words)

  
 AmericanHeritage.com / 1964 - The Year The Sixties Began
Seventy-six percent of respondents to the University of Michigan’s American National Election Study that year believed that they could trust the federal government to do what was right “most of the time” or “just about always.” By the close of the decade barely half of all Americans had faith in their public institutions.
On the eve of the 1963 March on Washington at which Martin Luther King delivered his famous “I Have a Dream” speech, Americans disapproved of the planned demonstration by a margin of 60 percent to 23 percent, an indication of how skeptically most people still regarded the fl freedom struggle.
In September 1963, when the Harris Survey organization asked Americans if it was worth going to war with China—a nuclear power—in order to prevent South Vietnam from falling to the Communist bloc, 29 percent of respondents favored war, 34 percent favored a withdrawal, and 37 percent were uncertain.
www.americanheritage.com /articles/web/20061101-1964-sixties-beatles-rocn-n-roll-civil-rights-andrew-goodman-freedom-summer-martin-luther-king-civil-rights-act-lyndon-johnson-vietnam-tonkin-gulf.shtml   (5630 words)

  
 al.com, the Real South: Famous People - Sports Figures
McCovey won the National League MVP award in 1969, a season in which he hit 45 homers, drove in 126 runs and posted a.656 slugging percentage.
He won the National League batting title in 1967, 1968 and 1969 and lead the league in home runs in 1963 (44), 1968 (36) and 1969 (45) and RBIs in 1968 and 1969.
Larry Nelson, born in 1947, is the only Alabamian to win three major tournaments on the PGA Tour, winning the PGA Championship twice (1981 and 1987) and the U.S. Open (1983).
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 SI.com - SI 50th - South Dakota - The 50 Greatest South Dakota Sports Figures - Wednesday July 09, 2003 04:17 PM
Was Canadian Football League All-Star nine straight years (from 1963 to '71) as a defensive back; moved to flanker in '72 and won league MVP award.
First South Dakotan to be named All-America at a major college, as tackle at Minnesota in 1940; spent four years with Packers.
Five-time South Dakota amateur champion (and brother of Tom) has won more than $1.7 million in 17 years on the PGA Tour.
sportsillustrated.cnn.com /magazine/features/si50/states/south_dakota/greatest   (1015 words)

  
 Wisconsin Amateur Softball Association
State Tournament MVP in both 1962 and 1963, the only non-pitcher in state tournament history to be MVP two years in a row.
Pitched for 6 State Championship teams, Tri-Star in 1979, 1980, 1982 and 1984 and with Hilgers in 1989 and 1992.
Named to two ASA All-American teams in 1998, third team for Julson's Auto of Eau Claire in the 35 and Over and second team for Bankers Life in the 45 and Over.
www.wisconsin-asa.org /hof.htm   (12262 words)

  
 DIAC News Releases
For her efforts, she was named Academic All-American by the Cross Country Coaches Association in 2002, won the CNU Athlete of the Year from the Peninsula Sports Club in 2004 and was just awarded an NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship for Academic and Athletic Excellence.
Each of her four years she was the USA South champion, First Team All-Conference, an NCAA qualifier and the te
The last three years she was All-South Region and the Mason-Dixon Conference champion.
www.usasouth.net /news/04donscalf.htm   (504 words)

  
 National Corvette Museum - Hall of Fame [Dick Guldstrand]
Beginning in 1963, the racing and development exploits of Dick Guldstrand became the stuff of legends.
From 1963-1965, he won three consecutive SCCA Pacific Coast Championships, including the Southern Pacific A/P Championship in 1964, the same year he was named the California Sports Car Club Driver of the Year.
He epitomizes the "All American Corvette Enthusiast", a devoted and loyal fan of the Corvette.
www.corvettemuseum.com /library-archives/hof/guldstrand.shtml   (640 words)

  
 Texas Kennel Club
In 1966 she imported an Afghan Hound from one of Britain's foundation kennels in the breed, and she finished her AKC Championship.
She then bred and finished Championships (AKC and CKC) on a bitch out of this import.
She purchased and finished 2 Ibizans, and bred 5 champions from the bitch, including American, Puerto Rican, South American, Ch.
www.texaskennelclub.net /vanderpool.htm   (107 words)

  
 Eagle-eye Feature: August 18, 1963 -The Day the Dinosaurs Died
It was Gurney who saw a match between the premier Formula One chassis builder and the American giant looking to make its mark in racing.
The significance of the win was noted at the time, this "money" race on the USAC Championship trail being written up in Road and Track, Car and Driver, Motor Trend, and numerous other publications.
Although roadsters would continue to win USAC races for another year and a half, including the 1964 Indy 500, the handwriting was very clear - future designs would follow the new path, that was clearly demonstrated in Milwaukee by Clark, Gurney, Lotus, and Ford.
www.allamericanracers.com /dino/case.html   (1362 words)

  
 Vacation planning trip ideas for Southern US vacations   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The African American Heritage Tour takes you on a journey through the Delta, where Blues greats such as W.C. Handy, Muddy Waters, Robert Johnson, and Howlin' Wolf got their starts.
Continue south to Greenville for dinner, followed by an evening in the blues clubs along Walnut Street or a night of casino gaming along the waterfront.
Head south on the famed Natchez Trace Parkway to lovely Port Gibson and the Cultural Crossroads, a workshop and gallery for award-winning quilters.
www.travelsouthusa.com /trip-ideas/detail.aspx?state=MS&ID=36   (1200 words)

  
 SI.com - SI 50th - South Dakota
In South Dakota, little-school feats are the big moments and high school sports memories are forever, says Mount Rushmore State native Tom Brokaw.
And events like the Lakota Nation Invitational honor the sports passion and culture of the state's American Indians.
South Dakota is Minnesota Vikings territory, hence Favre's selection as No. 1 enemy.
sportsillustrated.cnn.com /magazine/features/si50/states/south_dakota   (697 words)

  
 The RSSSF Archive - International Club Results
South American Club Cups -- Link to Juan Pablo Andrés
South American Club Cups -- Link to Futbolpasion
Central and North American Cups Rankings by Raúl Torre
www.rsssf.com /intclub.html   (872 words)

  
 The RSSSF Archive - International Country Results
South American Championship (Copa América) 1916-2007 Overview - with links to each tournament
Head to head Records of South American National Teams
North and Central American Futsal Championship 1996-2004 Overview
www.rsssf.com /intland.html   (927 words)

  
 D3football.com: Press Releases
Belton, TX — The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor football team welcomed 100 newcomers to campus as the Cru kicked off the defense of its American Southwest Conference championship on Monday.
Two-time All-American running back Doug Blakowski (Iroquois/Elma, N.Y.) and Team USA won the gold medal at the 2007 World Championship of American Football in Kawasaki, Japan, earlier this month.
KAWASAKI, Japan—Running back Doug Blakowski scored his second touchdown in as many games for Team USA as the Americans knocked off Germany 33-7 to advance to the gold medal game of the 2007 World Championship of American Football.
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 A A World . Reference Room . Articles . Althea Gibson | PBS
American tennis player who dominated women's competition in the late 1950s.
She was the first African American to win the Wimbledon and U.S. singles championships.
While attending Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University in Tallahassee, she continued to play in tournaments around the country and in 1950 became the first African American tennis player to enter the national grass court championship tournament at Forest Hills, Queens, New York.
www.pbs.org /wnet/aaworld/reference/articles/althea_gibson.html   (316 words)

  
 The 85th PGA Championship / Players / Player Profile   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Steely Micheel seals deal at PGA Championship (08/17/03) — Move over John Daly.
PGA Championship Notebook (08/16/03) — Not only has a European not won a major in 16 tournaments, one hasn't won the PGA Championship since 1930.
The cut that stings (08/15/03) — Ben Curtis didn't seem to mind missing the cut at the 85th PGA Championship, but several others were dismayed at having the weekend off.
www.pga.com /pgachampionship/scoring/profiles/6567.html   (1084 words)

  
 The Seattle Times: Living: Deep South trip opens eyes to pain, prejudice
I actually glorified African Americans — as I would later tell my Sankofa friends — due mostly to my interest in sports.
Some African Americans were optimistic about the future for reconciliation between the races.
"Being able to see the history of the civil-rights movement in the South, and walking the streets where it all happened, gave me a greater appreciation of what my people went through to secure what freedom I have today," he said in an e-mail interview.
seattletimes.nwsource.com /html/living/2002738372_lund15.html   (1160 words)

  
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At a meeting of interested persons, the Formula Vee Association of South Africa was formed and on the 15th May 1965, three Formula Vee cars competed at a Club Race Meeting at Kyalami.
With assistance from Volkswagen S A, he was sent to represent South Africa in a Formula Vee race at the Nurburgring in Germany.
By the end of the year he was to become the first driver to win a South African National Formula Vee Championship, in a car powered by a Volkswagen water cooled engine.
www.formulaveesa.org.za /history.html   (1335 words)

  
 Florida Southern College
A two-time first-team All-American and a two-time Academic All-American, Packard was a three-time All-South honoree, a three-time All-SSC honoree and the 1988 SSC Female Athlete of the Year.
Among her 12 school records is a streak of 64.0 consecutive scoreless innings pitched in 1988, an NCAA record which stood for 12 seasons, as well as 19 consecutive victories.
A two-time All-American, Smith was the first Moccasin to win 15 games in a single season at FSC, accomplishing that feat as a sophomore in 1971.
www.flsouthern.edu /athletics/halloffame/hall03.htm   (1917 words)

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