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21
Jan
2022

Alice ‘Cookie’ Barron finalist for WBHOF

Former Wayland Baptist Flying Queen Alice "Cookie" Barron has been named a finalist for induction into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame.
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20
Jan
2022

In Remembrance: Cindy Wiginton Cross, Oma Gean Holt Geis

The Hutcherson Flying Queens was sadden to learn of the passing of two former Flying Queens: Cindy Wiginton Cross and Oma Gean Holt Geis.
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23
Nov
2021

(PHOTO GALLERY) Flying Queens celebrate 1,700

Former Flying Queens players and coaches returned to the Wayland campus Saturday to help celebrate the program's recent 1,700th victory.
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28
Sep
2021

Foundation seeking volunteers for player outreach

Flying Queens Head Coach Jason Cooper is asking former Queens to share their Flying Queens story with the current players.
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28
Sep
2021

09/23 Board of Directors meeting summary

The Hutcherson Flying Queens Foundation (HFQF) Sept 23rd Board of Director’s meeting featured program updates and news of an exciting new project. 
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01
Sep
2021

Steady giving leads Foundation to double Weese fundraiser goal

The "$8600 for 86 years" fundraiser honoring Coach Dean Weese has exceeded its goal after the first two weeks of the six-week event.
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11
Aug
2021

2021 HFQF Golf Tourney postponed until Spring 2022

The 2021 Hutcherson Flying Queens Foundation Golf Tournament, scheduled for Oct. 25 in Lubbock has been postponed until Spring 2022.
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16
May
2021

Redin and Odom miss selection into Naismith’s 2021 class

I am disappointed to have to relate that the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame has released the names of its Class of 2021 and neither Coach Redin nor Lometa Odom were selected by the Women Veterans Committee for Enshrinement.
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01
Apr
2021

THE IDLE AMERICAN, Steady in the Boat

Danny and the former Carolyn Fuson are both graduates of Plainview High School and attended Wayland Baptist University – he graduating in 1972 and she collecting three semesters before going to work to help the young couple “stay afloat.”
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