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Maura McHugh of the ODU Women's Basketball team. She later became a coach for the Sacramento Monarchs of the WNBA.

circa 1970-1979

Anne Donovan, who plays center for the Lady Monarchs of ODU. She is 6'8 tall and weighs 170 pounds, and is a senior. She is from Ridgewood, New Jersey and made First Team All-American for the 1981-1982 year.

circa 1980-1989

The Lady Monarchs in action against the University of Maryland.

circa 1980-1989

The Lady Monarchs are honored by a huge crowd at home from their return and win against the University of Georgia during the 1985 NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Tournament.

1985

The Lady Monarchs receiving congratulations from President Ronald Reagan at the White House for their win in the NCAA championship against the University of Georgia. Coach Marianne Stanley is at the President's left. Old Dominion University President Alfred B. Rollins, Jr. is at the left, behind one of the players.

1985

A young fan gets an introduction to members of the Lady Monarch basketball team at Monarchfest, the annual picnic for student-athletes, coaches, and supporters of the athletics program. Shaking hands with the youngster is Atsuko Muramatsu, a manger for the women's team.

circa 1980-1989

Color photograph of the ODU Women's Basketball 1985 NCAA National Champions aboard a ship.

1985

Members of the Lady Monarchs cheer for their teammates from the sidelines.

circa 1980-1989

Former three-time All-American and Player of the Year, Anne Donovan helped lead the United States to the gold medal at the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles, California (top picture). Anne Donovan at her jersey retirement ceremony with ODU athletic director, Dr. Jim Jarrett and President Alfred B. Rollins, Jr. at halftime of the ODU-Louisiana Tech game, February 4, 1984 (bottom picture).

1984

Medina Dixon speaks at the podium during the "welcome home" to the Lady Monarchs who have returned from the 1985 NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Tournament in Austin, Texas. The Lady Monarchs defeated the Lady Bulldogs of UGA, 70 to 65.

1985

The public and the press greet the Lady Monarchs after their AIAW National Division I Basketball Championship win over Tennessee.

1980

The Lady Monarchs give President Ronald Reagan an Old Dominion jacket and autographed basketball. The Lady Monarchs were at the White House to receive congratulations from President Ronald Reagan for their win in the NCAA championship against the University of Georgia. Pictured from left to right: Donna Harrington, Lisa Blais, Tracy Claxton, President Reagan, Marianne Stanley and Medina Dixon.

1985

Nancy Lieberman of the Lady Monarchs addresses the crowd at their homecoming. The Lady Monarchs defeated Tennessee by 68-53.

1980

A member of the Lady Monarchs basketball team tries to make a move against South Alabama.

circa 1980-1989

Medina Dixon of the Lady Monarchs recieves a hat from local radio station K-94, along with other university athletes.

circa 1980-1989

Ruth Wilson James, Women's Basketball, Norfolk Division 1930/1931, posing for a photo in Edgewater, Norfolk, VA

1931

Ruth Wilson James, Women's Basketball, Norfolk Division, posing for a photo

1931

Rosa Warrenton Holmes, Women's Basketball, Norfolk Division, posing with basketball of a photo

1931

Virginia Bell (Meredith), Women's Basketball, Norfolk Division, posing for a photo

1931

unidentified player, Women's Basketball, posing with basketball

circa 1930-1939

Cary Baldwin, Women's Basketball, Norfolk Division, posing with basketball of a photo

1931

Dorothy "Dot" Oliver, women's basketball player for the Norfolk Division of the College of William and Mary.

circa 1930-1939

1934 Women's Basketball Team, with nine players, coach and two managers. On back of photo: Top Row - left to right: Coach Kitty Cubberly (later Kitty Beaman), Elizabeth Sanders (Manager), Frances Maddrey (Healey), Unidentified, Sally Leigh, Elsie Quinlan, Annie Whitehurst (White) -(Manager); Bottom Row: Lucy Arnold, Catherine Moore (Gowing) - (deceased, auto crash in 1955), Mildred Cornick, Betsy Wilson (Downey), Mildred Mann (Ames).

1934

Women's Basketball Team 1935-1936, Norfolk Division, with 13 players and four coaching staff.

1936

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