2004 WBCA National Convention April 3-6, 2004 New Orleans, LA.The WBCA WBCA Women's Basketball Coaches Association
WBCA Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association
WBCA World Blitz Chess Association
WBCA Washington's Birthday Celebration Association
WBCA West Bay Christian Academy
WBCA Wyandotte Bantam Club of America National Convention is one of the most important events in the sport of women's basketball Women's basketball is one of the few games which developed in tandem with men's. It became popular, spreading from the east coast of the United States to the west coast, in large part via women's colleges. and is held each year in conjunction with the NCAA NCAA
National Collegiate Athletic Association Women's Final Four! More than 2,000 people will join us in celebrating another great year of women's basketball!
The NCAA Women's Final Four will be played in the 18,000-seat New Orleans New Orleans (ôr`lēənz –lənz, ôrlēnz`), city (2006 pop. 187,525), coextensive with Orleans parish, SE La., between the Mississippi River and Lake Pontchartrain, 107 mi (172 km) by water from the river mouth; founded Sports Arena in 2004. WBCA members that also register for the National Convention are eligible to purchase up to two (2) Women's Final Four ticketsl For membership information visit WBCA.org.
The WBCA National Convention is the place to honor the best of the best. Presentations include the prestigious State Farm Wade Trophy Wade Trophy is an award presented annually to the best women'scollege basketball player in NCAA Division I. The Wade Trophy, named after the late, three-time national champion, Delta State University coach Lily Margaret Wade. and the State Farm/WBCA Players of the Year, Russell Athletic/WBCA Coaches of the Year, Kodak/WBCA All-America Team, and Jostens-Berenson Service Awards.
Elite coaches share their insight into X's and O's, training programs, game-day strategies, and motivational techniques on the court and in the classroom. Offering the best in networking and professional development for you and your staff.
You will find an electric atmosphere with numerous social events such as the WNBA WNBA Women's National Basketball Association
WNBA World Ninepin Bowling Association
WNBA Wannabe Nasty Boys Association
WNBA Women's National Book Association, Inc.
WNBA Warszawski Nurt Basketu Amatorskiego Party, the New Balance/WBCA Viewing Party, and the "WBCA Night of All-Stars" Doubleheader event featuring the WBCA High School All-America Game presented by Nike and the WBCA All-Star Challenge!
Be a part of all this! Join the WBCA! Visit WBCA.org for Membership and Convention information or call 770.279.8027 ext. 134
"To succeed in our mission, we need coaches from every level of the game and every level of educational experience. It is up to our veleran coaches to bring their younger peers into the profession to serve as coaches and mentors, for they are the future of both our association and the sport of women's basketball."
Marsha Sharp Marsha Sharp was the head coach of Texas Tech University's women's basketball team, the Lady Raiders, for 23 years. She retired following the 2005-2006 season.
Sharp went to high school in Tulia, Texas, graduated from Wayland Baptist University in 1974 and earned a master's
Head Coach-Texas Tech University
WBCA Past President
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