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LOPIANO ON STATE OF WOMEN'S SPORTS; POSSIBLE HOOP LEAGUE
Published May 19, 1995
Women's Sports Foundation Exec Dir Donna Lopiano is featured in an Q&A with the DALLAS MORNING NEWS. Lopiano on a women's basketball league: "We will see women's professional basketball in Dallas after the '96 Olympic Games. I think the cream of the crop will stay together on the national team through '96. Then you'll see a draft in '96 and a full blown league take off." On the recent Congressional oversight hearing on Title IX: "I don't think this Congress is going to line up with football. I don't think they'll antagonize the generation of moms and dads who believe their daughter should get a fair shake" (Ken Stephens, DALLAS MORNING NEWS, 5/18).