This gay college basketball coach fell in love with her best friend, and now wants the world to know
Kelly McNiff originally bonded with her wife over basketball. Their relationship eventually grew to include everything else.
Coach Rick Schantz is returning to the pitch after defending homophobia. This time he wants to build inclusion
Schantz has spoken to people in the LGBTQ community. He now understands the impact of his mistakes.
Denis Vachon coaches gymnastics in Canada. His team of mostly male gymnasts instantly embraced a transitioning teammate.
Every day in October we’re looking back at the athletes, coaches and events that made LGBTQ sports history.
Jarrin Williams is out, proud and emerging as a leader in his school and in his hometown.
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In our newest series at Outsports, we’re diving deep into our archives to find athletes, coaches and other sports personnel to revisit their coming out stories and learn what they’re doing now.
Mitch Dalton has found it hard to date and make gay friends traveling so much. He hopes to change that in Austin.
The Connecticut Sun head coach is back in the playoffs, and attempting to lead his team through the most challenging season in memory, all while trying to maintain sanity.
A victim of the unemployment crisis caused by the pandemic, Morgan Dalziel returned home to coach high school girls’ volleyball and make a plan for his future.
Neil Virtue is proud of the work OneTeam has done in the last year, and he’s hoping for more in the near future.
Five coaches from across sports discussed how to handle the situation when an LGBTQ athlete comes out on your team.
Imran Malik, who coaches the rowing team at Arizona State University, says he feels a special bond with his athletes.
Wyatt Pertuset, who made history two years ago, is joining the staff of a high school football team in Ohio.
Roger Brigham has been working on a book of recipes for three years. He didn’t think he’d live to see it published.
Lisa Howe coached soccer at Belmont Univ. until 2010, when she told the school she was having a baby with her wife.
By a vote of 6-3, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that LGBT employees have the same protections from discrimination as anyone else. How will this decision impact the major sports leagues?
Matt Lynch, an openly gay men’s basketball coach, was featured in a Pride episode of the "Tamron Hall" show.
Katie Sowers made history in two ways when Super Bowl LIV kicked off in February.
When Giovana Melo moved from Brazil to Nebraska to play volleyball, she embarked on a journey of sports and love.
Emma Collings-Barnes represented Great Britain as a swimmer before moving into coaching. She shared her story with Sky Sports for Lesbian Visibility Week.
Katie Sowers, the first gay NFL assistant coach, is using her platform to raise money to provide food during the coronavirus crisis.
Gay basketball coach and educator Anthony Nicodemo says coronavirus will have everlasting impact on society
Nicodemo says the coronavirus outbreak is exposing the inequities in our society and education system.
An out college basketball assistant coach notes the best coaching comes from being your best self.
Layne Ingram had his team off to a hot start before injuries. He wants to spend 2020 making a difference for LGBTQ youth.
In addition to lots of drama on the field, Super Bowl LIV was packed with LGBTQ representation on the sidelines, on the halftime stage and on the TV.
Katie Sowers is being celebrated for a reason, as a role model for women and LGBTQ people in sports.
Forget the haters. The buzz around 49ers Assistant coach Katie Sowers and her historic role in the Super Bowl is what we need right now.
Katie Sowers makes history as a woman and LGBTQ person when the San Francisco 49ers reach the Super Bowl.