Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame inductee Leta Andrews learned from Adolph Rupp

Leta Andrews
Leta Andrews

Leta Andrews, wearing dress pants, a flowery shirt, and high heels, sprints through a Granbury High School hall, down a flight of stairs, around a corner, and into her office — a small room adjacent to the school’s basketball court. She is 72, but she still lives, and coaches, at hyper speed.  As she sits at her desk, smiling widely and not even winded, Andrews is surrounded by nearly five decades of memories. All four walls are covered with photos, newspaper clippings, plaques and trophies commemorating her 48 years of coaching high-school girls basketball — a career with no signs of slowing.

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