Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

Over time, Title IX did prove beneficial to women athletes, who began to make inroads on the campus. In the fall of 1974, eighteen women enrolled in Ann Read’s Advanced Body Conditioning, the first course of its kind at the college. It took awhile for male weightlifters to adjust to women joining them on the men’s balcony in the gymnasium. Two women (from left) enrolled in the course were Sandy Hadler and Charlotte Sulpski.
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