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Ann Meyers Drysdale gives pointers to traveling Ladycats Club Team

7 years ago by in ( News , Welcome to Brea , Who's Who )

Pictured is Ann Meyers Drysdale with Mariposa 6th graders before she left to broadcast basketball for the Olympics.

People:  Jackie and Doug Johnson invited Ann Meyers Drysdale to their home before Annie left to broadcast women's Olympic basketball for NBC. The Johnson's daughter Lindsey, a 6th grader at Mariposa Elementary school plays travel ball for the Ladycats Club team. Her teammates were also invited to meet Ann. Jackie said Ann was so great with the girls, sharing the history of women in college and pro sports and giving them all valuable advice on how to become successful women in college and in life.
Susan Gaede
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