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  • Logos of women's only programs

    From College Sports Logos- there are 34 women's schools. In the 1960s there were 281. Note- some don't have athletics. I keep counting 32 logos.



    Last edited by laker; 03-30-2020, 11:05 AM.

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    What about Texas Woman's?

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    • #3
      The two D2 programs are Converse, who changed their name from the All-Stars to the Valkyries, and the Ursuline Arrows.

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      • #4
        Texas Woman's is officially co-ed; 12% of the students are male. The school needs a name change and add men's sports. Mississippi Women is also co-ed and does have men's sports but still needs a name change. Those are probably the 2 laker is missing. There is a change coming for one of the D2 schools pictured above...

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Inkblot View Post
          What about Texas Woman's?
          Great question- I'll have to ask him!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Inkblot View Post
            What about Texas Woman's?
            This is the answer I got back.


            College Sports Logos
            @college_logos
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            @MavsLaker
            Good find! They should be included. They would be just like Ursuline College. Wikipedia only lists the women's only colleges so I had add in myself the schools that admits men but only women's athletics.

            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Women%..._United_States

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            • #7
              Another thing is that William Smith belongs in a similar category to St. Benedict. And unlike CSB-SJU, Hobart and William Smith share an athletic website and are considered a single member of the NCAA.

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