Title IX and Catholic Colleges' Long March into Modernity
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INTRODUCTION Sometime in the winter of 1972, the basketball team from Trinity College in Washington, D.C. made the short journey to the University of Maryland in College Park, about six miles away. Trinity, one of the oldest Catholic women’s colleges in America, did not have a regular gymnasium; instead, the basketball team practiced underneath the campus chapel in a cramped space with low ceilings and a concrete floor interspersed with pillars; to be out of bounds, a player had to put one foot against the wall. “Aim for the third tile,” was the coach’s direction to players practicing foul shots.
Creighton University School of Law