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December 19, 2022 Meeting and Holiday Networking Social

Co-Creators of the Women-N-Sports

BOWIE, MD.  - The Bowie State softball program is excited to be hosting  a Women

in Sports Forum in celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Title IX on Tuesday,

September  27 at 7 PM sponsored by Andrews Federal Credit Union.


The event is one of many activities that will take place this week as the Bowie State University community welcomes back alumni, family and friends for the 2022 Homecoming experience after the past two years were scaled back due to the     COVID-19 pandemic.


Head coach Edward Powell in conjunction with Bowie State athletic administrators,      Rick Bryson and Brenda Gilmore spearheaded the event.  The forum is free and

open to the public.


“I wanted to put more focus on women’s sports, specifically women’s sports in HBCU’s and softball, “ said Powell.  “I think that it needs to be highlighted because the young ladies are very athletic and very strong academically and my goal was to really push softball, softball,  in the community and softball at Bowie State University.”


The event will feature with a reception for networking/meet and greet at 6 p.m.,

followed by the actual forum in the Student Center on campus.


“I believe in what softball gives to young ladies which is an opportunity and to me,

the most important goal is that softball and or any other sport has allowed young

ladies that have succeeded in athletics to pave a way for their academics.”


The list of panelists and facilitators includes women from all sections of the sports

industry such as Tinaya Alexander of Wasington Spirit, Briana DuBose of Georgetown University and  Brenda Gilmore of Prince George Tennis and Education Foundation

and Dr. Sarah Adewunmi of Howard University.


Following the Women in Sports Forum,  the Bulldogs softball team and Howard University’s softball team will play in the HBCU Softball Classic game on Friday,         September, 30.  First pitch is slated for 6 PM at the Washington Nationals

Basketball and Softball Academy (3675 Ely Pl SE, Washington, DC 20019).


For the most up-to-date information on Bowie State University Athletics and its

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Women in Sports Forum

Tuesday, September 27, 2022   |   Reception: 6:00 PM; Forum: 7:00PM


Bowie State University Student Center

14000 Jericho Park Road, Bowie MD, 20715

An evening dedicated to encouraging and empowering female athletes with guest speaker

Ms. Tinaya Alexander, Washington Spirit

Ms. Briana DuBose, Georgetown University

Ms. Brenda Gilmore, Prince George's Tennis and Education Foundation

Dr. Sarah Adewunmi. Howard University Alumna featuring
with professional athletes from the Washington Mystics and Washington Spirit Free Admission | Sponsored by










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