South Carolina Soccer Coach Apologizes for Reprimanding Female Athletes During Title IX Ceremony

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Peter Kavinsky

University of South Carolina football coach Shane Beamer has apologized after being recorded during a Saturday game yelling at a group of female athletes being honored for the 50th anniversary of Title IX legislation.

The 1972 legislation prohibits sex discrimination in federally supported educational institutions and has been a key part of supporting women’s track and field in the United States.

“I apologize to those I offended,” said the coach. said ESPN on Sunday.

A broadcast of USC’s Saturday game against the University of Georgia on Saturday shows the coach yelling what appears to be “Get off the field!” in a group of women leaving the field.

The coach later explained that he had been told by game officials to have his players on the field and ready for action immediately after the TV wait times ended and the game once again live.

He added that he is a huge supporter of women’s sport.

“I hope people know me well enough to know how much of an advocate I am for women’s sports,” he added to ESPN. “I have two daughters who play sports. I’m at as many women’s sporting events in Carolina as I can because I believe in and support them, and anyone who thinks otherwise certainly doesn’t know me. .”

The brief on-field controversy was just the beginning of problems for Beamer on Saturday.

Georgia, who is at the top of the rankings, passed the South Carolina Gamecocks, winning 48-7.

University of South Carolina football coach Shane Beamer has apologized after being recorded during a Saturday game yelling at a group of female athletes being honored for the 50th anniversary of Title IX legislation.

The 1972 legislation prohibits sex discrimination in federally supported educational institutions and has been a key part of supporting women’s track and field in the United States.

“I apologize to those I offended,” said the coach. said ESPN on Sunday.

A broadcast of USC’s Saturday game against the University of Georgia on Saturday shows the coach yelling what appears to be “Get off the field!” in a group of women leaving the field.

The coach later explained that he had been told by game officials to have his players on the field and ready for action immediately after the TV wait times ended and the game once again live.

He added that he is a huge supporter of women’s sport.

“I hope people know me well enough to know how much of an advocate I am for women’s sports,” he added to ESPN. “I have two daughters who play sports. I’m at as many women’s sporting events in Carolina as I can because I believe in and support them, and anyone who thinks otherwise certainly doesn’t know me. .”

The brief on-field controversy was just the beginning of problems for Beamer on Saturday.

Georgia, who is at the top of the rankings, passed the South Carolina Gamecocks, winning 48-7.

University of South Carolina football coach Shane Beamer has apologized after being recorded during a Saturday game yelling at a group of female athletes being honored for the 50th anniversary of Title IX legislation.

The 1972 legislation prohibits sex discrimination in federally supported educational institutions and has been a key part of supporting women’s track and field in the United States.

“I apologize to those I offended,” said the coach. said ESPN on Sunday.

A broadcast of USC’s Saturday game against the University of Georgia on Saturday shows the coach yelling what appears to be “Get off the field!” in a group of women leaving the field.

The coach later explained that he had been told by game officials to have his players on the field and ready for action immediately after the TV wait times ended and the game once again live.

He added that he is a huge supporter of women’s sport.

“I hope people know me well enough to know how much of an advocate I am for women’s sports,” he added to ESPN. “I have two daughters who play sports. I’m at as many women’s sporting events in Carolina as I can because I believe in and support them, and anyone who thinks otherwise certainly doesn’t know me. .”

The brief on-field controversy was just the beginning of problems for Beamer on Saturday.

Georgia, who is at the top of the rankings, passed the South Carolina Gamecocks, winning 48-7.

University of South Carolina football coach Shane Beamer has apologized after being recorded during a Saturday game yelling at a group of female athletes being honored for the 50th anniversary of Title IX legislation.

The 1972 legislation prohibits sex discrimination in federally supported educational institutions and has been a key part of supporting women’s track and field in the United States.

“I apologize to those I offended,” said the coach. said ESPN on Sunday.

A broadcast of USC’s Saturday game against the University of Georgia on Saturday shows the coach yelling what appears to be “Get off the field!” in a group of women leaving the field.

The coach later explained that he had been told by game officials to have his players on the field and ready for action immediately after the TV wait times ended and the game once again live.

He added that he is a huge supporter of women’s sport.

“I hope people know me well enough to know how much of an advocate I am for women’s sports,” he added to ESPN. “I have two daughters who play sports. I’m at as many women’s sporting events in Carolina as I can because I believe in and support them, and anyone who thinks otherwise certainly doesn’t know me. .”

The brief on-field controversy was just the beginning of problems for Beamer on Saturday.

Georgia, who is at the top of the rankings, passed the South Carolina Gamecocks, winning 48-7.

Peter Kavinsky

Peter Kavinsky is the Executive Editor at cablefreetv.org

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