Kate Fagan is a sports reporter and commentator, who previously was employed by ESPN. Before joining the ESPN staff, she worked as the Philadelphia Inquirer's beat writer for the NBA's Philadelphia 76ers.
|Born:||Kathleen Elizabeth Fagan, Nov 15, 1981, Warwick, Rhode Island, U.S.|
|Education:||University of Colorado Boulder|
About Kate Fagan
Sports broadcaster and gay rights advocate known for chronicling her struggles as a gay college athlete in the memoir The Reappearing Act. She joined ESPN in 2012 and became a regular on shows like Around the Horn.
After graduating as her high school's all-time leading scorer, she played basketball at the University of Colorado. She completed her degree in communications in 2004.
In 2002-2003, she set a Big 12 record when she hit 44 consecutive free throws. She later spent time in the National Women's Basketball League and has worked for the Philadelphia Inquirer.
She was born to Chris and Kathy Fagan and has an older sister named Ryan. She came out as gay when she was a junior in college.
She and Jemele Hill have both appeared on Around the Horn.
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- Basketball players from Rhode Island
- LGBT people from Rhode Island
- Colorado Buffaloes women's basketball players
- LGBT basketball players
- American sports radio personalities
- LGBT sportspeople from the United States
- Lesbian sportswomen
- University of Colorado alumni
- American sportswomen