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March 9, 1994 | EARL GUSTKEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's a frosty morning on the Vanderbilt University campus. Leafless American elms, sugar maples, poplars and Shumard oaks stand like frozen sentinels amid century-old brick buildings. Heidi Gillingham strides along a walkway, on her way to a psychology class. Her brown hair, scarf and long coat trail along behind her. Her smooth, long stride eats up concrete like no other woman's in college athletics, because Heidi Gillingham is unlike any other woman in college athletics. She is 6 feet 10.
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March 9, 1994 | EARL GUSTKEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's a frosty morning on the Vanderbilt University campus. Leafless American elms, sugar maples, poplars and Shumard oaks stand like frozen sentinels amid century-old brick buildings. Heidi Gillingham strides along a walkway, on her way to a psychology class. Her brown hair, scarf and long coat trail along behind her. Her smooth, long stride eats up concrete like no other woman's in college athletics, because Heidi Gillingham is unlike any other woman in college athletics. She is 6 feet 10.
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February 20, 1994 | EARL GUSTKEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's a frosty February morning on the Vanderbilt University campus. Leafless American elms, sugar maples, poplars and Shumard oaks stand like frozen sentinels amid century-old brick buildings. Heidi Gillingham strides along a walkway, on her way to a psychology class. Her brown hair, scarf and long coat trail along behind her. Her smooth, long stride eats up concrete like no other woman can in college athletics, because Heidi Gillingham is unlike any other woman in college athletics.
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