Explore these ideas and much more!

Ohio Bobcat Basketball,Women S Basketball,Bobcat Women's,Ohio Women S

Athena yearbook, 1949. In 1944 the Women's Athletic Association (WAA) became the Women's Recreation Association (WRA). :: Ohio University Archives.

Athena yearbook, 1949. In 1944 the Women's Athletic Association (WAA) became the Women's Recreation Association (WRA). :: Ohio University Archives.

Athena Yearbook, 1927. The "Men's Athletic Department and Coaching Staff" contained some familiar campus names-- Bird, Grover, and Peden. :: Ohio University Archives

Athena Yearbook, 1927. The "Men's Athletic Department and Coaching Staff" contained some familiar campus names-- Bird, Grover, and Peden. :: Ohio University Archives

The Ohio Alumnus, February 1926. "'Bobcats' Chosen" announces the school's new athletic team name. :: Ohio University Archives

The Ohio Alumnus, February 1926. "'Bobcats' Chosen" announces the school's new athletic team name. :: Ohio University Archives

Athena yearbook 1925. The Women's Athletic Association (WAA) was founded in 1921. The organization "grew out of the  idea that Ohio University Women should have better physical training." :: Ohio University Archives.

Athena yearbook 1925. The Women's Athletic Association (WAA) was founded in 1921. The organization "grew out of the idea that Ohio University Women should have better physical training." :: Ohio University Archives.

The Ohio Alumnus, January 1946. "Bobcats Enter Athletic Conference Formed of Schools in Three States--Basketball and Track News." "Ohio University once again is back in an athletic conference. Comprising five universities in Ohio, Indiana, and Michigan, the Midwestern Athletic Conference was formed in Columbus Feb. 24 with Ohio University as one of the original members." :: Ohio University Archives

The Ohio Alumnus, January 1946. "Bobcats Enter Athletic Conference Formed of Schools in Three States--Basketball and Track News." "Ohio University once again is back in an athletic conference. Comprising five universities in Ohio, Indiana, and Michigan, the Midwestern Athletic Conference was formed in Columbus Feb. 24 with Ohio University as one of the original members." :: Ohio University Archives

Ohio University Today, Spring 1999. Campus Memories: Grover Center. Grover center was named for coach Butch Grover,

Ohio University Today, Spring 1999. Campus Memories: Grover Center. Grover center was named for coach Butch Grover,

Ohio University Alumni Journal, February 1973. "Women's ICA Faces Difficulties" explores the budget problems that could cancel spring sports for the 1972-1973 school year. :: Ohio University Archives

Ohio University Alumni Journal, February 1973. "Women's ICA Faces Difficulties" explores the budget problems that could cancel spring sports for the 1972-1973 school year. :: Ohio University Archives

Arizona State center Quinn Dornstauder (22) shoots over Ohio guard KAT YELLE (14) during the first half of a women's first round NCAA tournament college basketball game on Saturday in Tempe, Ariz. Arizona State won 74-55. (AP photo by Matt York)

Arizona State center Quinn Dornstauder (22) shoots over Ohio guard KAT YELLE (14) during the first half of a women's first round NCAA tournament college basketball game on Saturday in Tempe, Ariz. Arizona State won 74-55. (AP photo by Matt York)

Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas
Search