During her senior year at UMass Amherst, lacrosse star Sarah Crowley came out, and five teammates followed suit.
After coming out at her Maryland college, Lindsey Farrell "felt more connected to not only the sports community, but now my community as an LGBTQ+ member."
Antonio Corral came out as gay while playing high school lacrosse and said a pro player’s support for LGBTQ athletes meant a lot.
‘On the field, I’m not a trans kid or an autistic kid or a depressed kid. I’m a lacrosse player,’ Gabriel Kris says.
Madison Doucette used her coming out as gay in lacrosse to increase acceptance.
The former Welsh National Team member shares her own experience with positive LGBTQ sports role models with Sky Sports, and uses some choice words from Megan Rapinoe to move sport in the right direction.
She has been an elite player in college and in helping the U.S. to a world title and has done while being openly gay.
Out LGBTQ student athletes at Swarthmore College in Penn., have formed a new student organization, joining a national conversation.
For years, Antonio Corral felt out of place in lacrosse, until he came out as gay and embraced who he is.
Lacrosse goalie Molly Wolf of WPLL Pride came out at her high school graduation, and now works to coach and mentor children.
Every day of Pride month, Outsports is profiling an LGBTQ athlete whose life and achievements carry on the spirit of the Stonewall Uprising. Today’s is Andrew Goldstein.
Aron Lipkin decided to come out as gay in honor of his late friend and assistant coach on National Coming Out Day.
Madison Harris, a high school lacrosse player, promised herself to come out to stay true to who she was.
Ryan Socolow came out to his team in 2013 and found a warm embrace from coach and teammates.
Her best friend put her up to it, she says in a student film.
Straight lacrosse player Paul Rabil posts LGBT pride message, gets attacked for it, stands up against bullying
It’s time for athletes to take on cyberbullying, he says.
“I love you,” a teammate replied to Bradley Whitaker’s coming out.
Kyle Martin coaches at the same high school he attended and considers himself lucky for the support he has received.
ESPN's piece on The Courage Game, featuring trailblazing gay lacrosse player Andrew Goldstein, demonstrated the transformative power of pro athletes coming out and the sad reality that so few of them are willing to do it.
In 2004, then-Dartmouth lacrosse goalie Andrew Goldstein wrote a powerful piece for Outsports about coming out to his lacrosse team. Since then, Andrew has played professional lacrosse, moved to Los Angeles, got married and is now on his way to curing cancer. Earlier this year he met Braeden, a young lacrosse player who was struggling with being gay. Goldstein knew he had to do something to help Braeden. This Sunday, Aug. 30, ESPN will air the story of Andrew, Braeden and the Courage Game that helped save young Braeden's life.