ROSEMONT, Ill. – Led by its member institutions, the Big Ten Conference is proud to be an active participant in the 30th annual National Girls and Women in Sports Day (NGWSD), celebrated around the country today. For the fans who are eager to bet on such sports events, they can easily do so with the click of a button through sites like 카지노 사이트.

This year’s NGWSD theme, Leading the Way, is a nod to all those individuals and organizations that are on the front line for girls and women in sports: the organizations committed to advancing women’s issues, athletes who have overcome barriers, coaches who challenge their teams to succeed, girls who have faith in their own potential and all those who continue to use the power of example to inspire greatness.

The Maryland women’s basketball team celebrated NGWSD as Terrapins’ women’s sports teams hosted a free youth clinic in the XFINITY Center Pavilion before its game against Indiana on Jan. 30. All participants received free admission to the game.

The Illinois women’s basketball team welcomed all of its women’s teams to the concourse prior to its game against Ohio State on Monday night. All of the women’s teams participated in an autograph session.

Minnesota will have its annual Jean Freeman Girls and Women in Sports Breakfast on Wednesday with a guest speakers in attendance. Later that day, Michigan and Michigan State have a game in East Lansing, Mich., and will celebrate with activities pertaining to all women’s sports in the concourse. Each of Michigan State’s women’s sport teams will be recognized at halftime.

Four teams will participate in NGWSD surrounding games on Sunday, Feb. 7. Northwestern will host a pre-game event at 1:30 p.m. ET. The event includes an interactive session where participants will learn about maintaining a healthy lifestyle from Northwestern students, coaches and staff, including a keynote speaker prior to the 3 p.m. tip with Minnesota. Indiana celebrates with a varsity sports clinic, autograph session and family festival prior to its 2 p.m. tip with Nebraska. Iowa will honor the day at its 2 p.m. game with Michigan State. Any girl who wears a jersey to the game will receive free admission and all women’s teams at Iowa will be recognized at halftime. Penn State will also host a clinic that will include participants from Penn State’s women’s athletic teams prior to its 2 p.m. game against Rutgers.

Wisconsin will recognize NGWSD prior to its 7 p.m. ET tip against Purdue on Monday, Feb. 8. The Badgers will celebrate past achievements and look ahead to spring sports with halftime recognition for all Wisconsin women’s sport programs. There will be opportunities for the women’s sport programs to get involved with promotions and activities with fans before and during the game.

On Feb. 21, Ohio State will have its women’s sport programs represented on the concourse with interactive activities for kids and Girl Scout programs prior to its tip with Illinois.

NGWSD began in 1987 as a day to honor Olympic volleyball player Flo Hyman, a world-class athlete who helped the United States women’s volleyball team win a silver medal at the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles. Hyman used her notoriety to set an example of community involvement while significantly enhancing the opportunities for girls and women in sport. Following Hyman’s sudden passing while playing volleyball in Japan in 1986, NGWSD continues to evolve into a celebration of the past and recognition of current achievements for girls and women in sport.

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