If Kathy Delaney-Smith were a man,
she’d practically be a household name. She is the winningest coach
in the history of the Ivy League in any sport, any gender, ever.
She’s been the head basketball coach for Harvard women for four
decades, yet she never really played the modern game. She became a
head coach at the collegiate level without ever being even an
assistant. Her take: that sports are the best class in any school
at any time because they are the best way to teach relationships
and leadership. Listen up. She’s a master.