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As part of the Centennial celebration in 2006, the NCAA has created a list of the 100 Most Influential Student-Athletes.

The NCAA defines the Most Influential Student-Athletes as those who have made a significant impact or major contributions to society.

Jackie Robinson, Arthur Ashe, Jesse Owens, Dwight D. Eisenhower and John Wooden top the list. Women account for 25% of those chosen. How many of the names do you recognize?

6. Althea Gibson Florida A&M University, tennis, basketball, golf
7. Madeline Albright, Wellesley College, swimming and diving
9. Eunice Kennedy Shriver, Stanford University, swimming, track and field
12. Billie Jean King, Cal State, Los Angeles, tennis
18. Donna A. Lopiano, Southern Connecticut State University, softball, basketball, volleyball, field hockey
20. Pat Summitt, University of Tennessee at Martin, basketball
27. Sally Ride, Stanford University, tennis
29. Donna deVarona, University of California, Los Angeles, swimming and diving
31. Wilma Rudolph, Tennessee State University, track and field
37. Patricia “Patty” Berg, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, golf
42. Jackie Joyner-Kersee, University of California, Los Angeles, track and field, basketball
43. Dot Richardson, University of California, Los Angeles, softball
44. Ann Meyers-Drysdale, University of California, Los Angeles, basketball, track and field, volleyball
49. Anita DeFrantz, Connecticut College, rowing
51. Mia Hamm, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, soccer
53. Joan Benoit Samuelson, Bowdoin College, indoor and outdoor track and field, field hockey
57. Val Ackerman, University of Virginia, basketball
58. Annika Sorenstam, University of Arizona, golf
60. Betsy King, Furman University, golf, basketball, field hockey
65. Judith Sweet, University of Wisconsin, Madison, badminton
90. Dawn Staley, University of Virginia, basketball
92. Meg Whitman, Princeton University, lacrosse, squash
93. Cheryl Miller,
University of Southern California, basketball
94. Wyomia Tyus,
Tennessee State University, track and field
95. Theresa Edwards, University of Georgia, basketball
97. Julie Foudy, Stanford University, soccer
98. Robin Roberts, Southeastern Louisiana University, basketball

For a complete list of the “100 Most Influential Student-Athletes”

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