“Now that we have the opportunity, we have moved to the responsibility.”

These words were the centerpiece of an important conversation between four former Division I women's basketball players involved with this weekend's Classic in the City presented by U.S. Army Recruiting. With 2022 marking the 50th anniversary of Title IX, Ohio Girls Basketball Report (OGBR) Executive Director Tenishia Benson, Wittenberg University Women's Basketball Head Coach/Senior Associate Athletic Director Tamika Jeter, Montverde Academy Women's Basketball Head Coach Special Jennings and Greater Columbus Sports Commission Director of Business Development Celia Anderson gathered to discuss the impact of Title IX, women leading women and the need to grow the game for the next generation. 

Check out the replay of the conversation below. 

About the Ohio Girls Basketball Report

Recognized as the top single-state scouting service in the country and the top resource for girls basketball in Ohio, the Ohio Girls Basketball Report (OGBR) exists to provide players, parents, and coaches with the resources and information needed to be successful. For more than 20 years, OGBR has enhanced the college recruiting process by hosting showcases, camps and clinics as well as offering player recruiting dashboards and college scouting services.

About the Greater Columbus Sports Commission 

The Greater Columbus Sports Commission is a nonprofit organization with a mission to rally Columbus to compete and win sporting  events, providing a singular athlete and fan experience and positively impacting image, economy and lifestyle.  Since 2002, the  Greater Columbus Sports Commission has booked more than 500  new sporting events for the Columbus Region, generating an estimated $605 million in visitor spending.  Those millions of dollars go back into the city, improving quality of life for our community and boosting economic growth.