Who Won the 1997
WNBA Most Valuable Player

Cynthia Cooper

Houston Comets

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Olympic Champs Katie Ledecky, Maya Moore Named Women's Sports Foundation Sportswomen Of The Year

TeamUSA.org
Moore, 28, is the eighth basketball player to earn the title, after Sheryl Swoopes (1993), Rebecca Lobo (1995), Teresa Edwards (1996), Cynthia Cooper (1998), Lisa Leslie (2001, 2003), Sue Bird (2002) and Candace Parker (2013). The U.S. women's national ...

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Hampton School Board gets lesson on new accreditation system

Daily Press
... classroom who was three years behind and the only measure of my success is whether he or she passes, that really is a little bit demoralizing both for the child and the teacher,” said Cynthia Cooper, executive director of research, planning and ...

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Thanks to Barefoot, attitude surrounding women's basketball has changed for the better

UNCW Seahawk
Harris had replaced Cynthia Cooper-Dyke, who guided the Lady Seahawks to a WNIT berth in 2011-12, the last time the program saw any postseason action. After six seasons as head coach at Old Dominion, Barefoot was ready for a new challenge and liked ...

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Peter P. Cooper of Dingmans Ferry, Pa., dies at age 61

The Pike County Courier
Survivors include his wife of 31 years, the former Kathleen Mackiewicz; sons, Peter Jr. and wife, Nicole, of Wayne, N.J., and Robert and wife, Marie, of Ringwood, N.J.; daughter, Cynthia Cooper and husband, Minard Houghtaling, of Dingmans Ferry; ...

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