Varsity Sports at Indiana University

Varsity Sports at Indiana University

A Pictorial History
Cecil K. Byrd and Ward W. "Bill" Moore
Distribution: World
Publication date: 10/22/1999
Format: Hardback 210 b&w photos, 67 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-253-33578-4
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A complete pictorial history of varsity athletics at Indiana University in Bloomington. Starting with baseball in 1883, then to football (which became a varsity sport in 1887), up through women's track and women's soccer, this volume is a treasure trove of information and illustrations for folks interested in athletics at Indiana University. Oh, yes, basketball is covered, too. Go IU!

Author Bio

Cecil K. Byrd [1913 - 1997] had a long and distinguished record of service to Indiana University as librarian teacher. He was also President of the University of Cairo from 1974 to 1977. He edited Frank M. Hohenberger's Indiana Photographs and co-authored [with Dorothy C. Collins] Indiana University: A Pictorial History ( both published by Indiana University Press).

Ward W. Moore, a native of Cowden, Illinois, earned three degrees at the University of Illinois in Urbana. He is Professor Emeritus of Physiology and Biophysics and, at the time of his retirement, was an Associate Dean of the Indiana University School of Medicine and Director of its Medical Sciences Program.

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Table of Contents

Men's Baseball (1883)
Men's Football (1887)
Men's Track (1897)
Men's Tennis (1900)
Men's Cross Country (1901)
Men's Basketball (1901)
Men's Wrestling (1911)
Men's Gymnastics (1914)
Men's Swimming (1920)
Men's Golf (1924)
Men's Rifle (1952)
Women's Basketball (1962)
Women's Field Hockey (1962)
Women's Volleyball (1966)
Women's Golf (1967)
Women's Gymnastics (1967)
Women's Tennis (1967)
Women's Softball (1968)
Women's Swimming (1968)
Men's Soccer (1973)
Women's Track (1978)
Women's Cross Country (1979)
Women's Soccer (1992)
Women's Water Polo (1998)
Team Championships