Insell to participate in Title IX panel at Final Four
Blue Raider head coach one of seven panelistsMarch 28, 2012 · Athletic Communications
DENVER – Middle Tennessee head women’s basketball coach Rick Insell will be one of seven panelists at a Title IX panel Saturday morning at the NCAA Women’s Final Four in Denver. The event will be held from 11:30 a.m. to Noon Mountain time in Tourney Town.
Debbie Antonelli will serve as the moderator for the event, which will discuss various topics concerning the 40th anniversary of Title IX. It is open and free to the public and will be held in Exhibit Hall A.
Insell recently completed his seventh season in charge of the Blue Raiders, capturing his third Sun Belt Coach of the Year accolade after guiding the program to its 15th NCAA Tournament and a 16-0 league record. He raised his overall record to 174-54, moving within eight wins of the school’s career mark.
Title IX Panelists:
Rick Insell, Middle Tennessee head coach and four-time Hall of Famer
Carolayne Henry, Mountain West Conference Assoc. Commissioner and next year’s Division I WBB Selection Committee Chair
Alysiah Bond, Wisconsin assistant coach and former Ohio State player
Jill Hutchinson, Former WBCA President and Illinois State coach
Debbie Ryan, Hall of Famer and former Virginia coach
Liza Lank, Hall of Famer and former Virginia player
Darlene Bailey, William Jewell College AD
Title IX Moderator:
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