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Wells, Linda

Abstract An interview about the life and professional career of Linda Wells who was ASU's Women's softball Coach from 1989-2005. Linda was active in many sports and school activities from an early age, growing up in Pacific Missouri. She graduated from SE Missouri State and the University of Minnesota, majoring in Exercise Physiology. After graduating, she was the School's first full time women's coach. She was an All-American, professional softball player and coach. She came to ASU in 1989 as Women's Softball Coach. While there, she competed at the highest level, being involved in international and Olympic softball. She retired in 2005. Her team scrapbooks from ASU 1989 -- 2005 are available through the ASU Library Archives.
Table of Contents 1. Pre-ASU Years - Becoming a Coach (42:03 minutes)
2. Coming to ASU (7:51 minutes)
3. Career at ASU (15:58 minutes)
4. Remembering Coach Kajikawa and Alums (23:37 minutes)
5. Retirement and Recognition (3:18 minutes)
Created Date 2012-03-01
Contributor DeMichele, Jill (Interviewer) / Arizona State University Retirees Association (Producer)
Subject Sports / Softball / People / Kajikawa, Bill
Series Position, Coach
Type Moving Image
Extent 93 minutes
Language English
Reuse Permissions All Rights Reserved
Citation Wells, Linda. Interview. 01 Mar. 2012. ASURA Video History Project. © Arizona Board of Regents.
Note David Scheatzle, Director & Editor; Roger Carter, Camera; Linda Van Scoy, Chair Video History Project.
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  Pre-ASU Years - Becoming a Coach
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  Coming to ASU
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  Career at ASU
855.6 MB video/mp4
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  Remembering Coach Kajikawa and Alums
969.4 MB video/mp4
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  Retirement and Recognition
171.0 MB video/mp4
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