BCS History & Legends

BLACK COLLEGE SPORTS

PRESERVING HISTORY & LEGACIES

Legacy Series

Each month we will present time tested stories and tributes of the HBCU legends and legacies that have been treasured or forgotten. 

The greatest black college women’s basketball players in history have had a lasting impact on the game, as they thrilled audiences with their outstanding performances, tenacity, fortitude, and unwavering love for the game. These legendary figures have set the stage for upcoming generations, encouraging young athletes to aim high and demonstrating that everything is achievable with perseverance and hard effort.
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