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Session I: May 20-June 24, 1997
Session II: June 26- August 1, 1997
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ball programs in the country."
On the rebound
"Last year was a rebuilding year for us,"
said Laquandra Dawkins, a sophomore
guard from Shelby. "We were young and
inexperienced. Now we know our roles.
This year we'll win it all and go back to
the Final Four."
Marion Jones has returned after red-
shirting last year to train for the Olympics
in track (she was injured and unable to
compete). Her leadership on the floor
was sorely missed among the half-dozen
freshmen on last year's roster.
"Now we know each other's roles,"
says Sheneika Walker, who at 6-foot- 4 is
an inch taller than her sister and teanm1ate,
Nicole. The Fayetteville twins are perennial
ACC Academic Honor R oll members.
Hatchell didn't take a ho-hum attitude
toward the preseason rankings. She did a
sales job. "Last time we were in a position
like tlus, great things happened," she told
Great things are happening off the court,
too. Basketball has become the flagship
for women's sports, Hatchell said.
"At the camp I ask the girls, 'Where'd
you learn to shoot like that?' and it's always,
'My dad, my brother.' The past couple
of summers I've heard them answer, 'My
mom, my sister.' It's acceptable for a
female to be an athlete now."
The Atlanta Olympics helped a lot with
gender equality, she said. "We're starting
to see the effects of Title IX and how it
has given more young women the oppor-
tunity to compete. There's not much to
But hurdles remain. One reminder is a
letter Sen. Jesse Helms wrote to Hatchell
expressing his disfavor with efforts to
equalize opportunities for female student
athletes. Title IX hearings have been on-
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