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Topic - Cathy Rush
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Morgan Wootten has received many awards in recognition of his long and successful coaching career at DeMatha High School.
Long before Tennessee and Connecticut, Immaculata College was the original women's basketball dynasty.
IMMACULATA, Pa. | Here's a sports fairy tale that never gets old: An underdog team with few resources but a lot of heart beats the odds and comes out on top.
She said her players in those early years were "women of character," winning despite having the financial help of bigger schools.
"Immaculata is the only school adversely affected by Title IX," Rush said laughing. "I said we needed to give scholarships and they said we don't want to be a jock school."