Tina Sloan Green is Co-founder and President of the Black Women in
Sport Foundation. She is Professor Emeritus in the College of Education
at Temple University. During her 32 years at Temple University, she was
co-principal investigator of Sisters in Sports Science, a National
Science Foundation funded program. She was also director of the Temple
University National Youth Sports Program. As the first African-American
head coach in the history of women's intercollegiate lacrosse, Ms.
Sloan Green was head coach of the Temple University Women's Lacrosse
Team from 1973-1992. During that time she amassed a 207-62-4 career
coaching record with a .758 career winning percentage. She led the Owls
to three National Championships and 11consecutive NCAA Final Four
Professor Sloan Green has co-authored two books, Black Women in Sport and Modern Women's Lacrosse and has written chapters in the books Racism in College Athletics and Basketball Jones. She was inducted into the Halls of Fame at Temple and West Chester Universities as well as the Lacrosse Hall of Fame and Women's Sport Foundation Hall of Fame. Professor Sloan Green competed on the U.S.A Women's Lacrosse Team (1969-1973) and the U.S. Women's Field Hockey Squad (1966).
In 2008, Professor Sloan Green received Lifetime Achievement Awards from the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletic Administrators (NACWAA)and the National Womens Lacrosse Coaches Association. In addition. she was inducted into The Robert “Bob” Douglas Hall of Fame and received the Honor Award from the National Association for Girls and Women in Sport (NAGWS). Tina Sloan Green's photo and story are displayed in the Billie Jean King International Sports Center in New York City.