Brian Vahaly shares his story and talks about the importance of LGBTQ inclusion in tennis.
— USTA (@usta) June 23, 2021
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Friday, June 25, 2021
Former @UVAMensTennis standout Brian Vahaly talks about the importance of LBGTQ inclusion in tennis in this US Open podcast.
Uplifting LGBTQ+ voices in sports & media 🙌
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— Angel City FC (@weareangelcity) June 21, 2021
Former @UVAWomensSoccer standout and co-owner of @AngelCityFC Angela Hucles took part in an online discussion yesterday on “uplifting LBGTQ voices in sports and media“, a discussion focusing on LGBTQ+ experiences in women’s sports.
Hoos on the Move
OFFICIAL: We have reached an agreement with Rick Carlisle to become head coach.
— Indiana Pacers (@Pacers) June 24, 2021
Former @UVAMensHoops standout Rick Carlisle was announced as the head coach of the Indiana Pacers yesterday. Carlisle will begin his second head coaching stint with Indiana after he guided the Pacers to a 181-147 (.552) record during four seasons from 2003-07. He has completed 19 NBA seasons as head coach of the Detroit Pistons (2001-03), Pacers and Dallas Mavericks (2008-21). He has compiled an 836-689 (.548) record and will enter the 2021-22 season ranked 15th in NBA history in coaching victories. Carlisle was named NBA Coach of the Year after his first season in Detroit in 2001-02 and led the Mavericks to their first NBA championship in 2010-11. Read more here.
And, as UVA fans were quick to point out when the deal was first rumored, former Cavalier great Malcolm Brogdon plays for the Pacers.