E-sports boomed while most sports experienced major disruptions in 2020, and the industry’s monumental potential is expected to skyrocket. As gaming continues to grow, getting more girls in the game could be one way to diversify the future of technology.
University of Wisconsin senior Samaria Bruce is poised to make a splash in professional sports following her graduation in May.
Noelle Lambert was one of the best lacrosse players at UMass Lowell, but lost her leg in an accident before her sophomore season. Lambert not only battled back to the box, but worked her way to a spot on the U.S Paralympic Track and Field Team.
Monique Lamoureux-Morando and Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson have officially retired from professional hockey, but will continue to fight for the players and for equality in the sport at all levels.
Emily Kwok was one of the first women to compete in jiu jitsu and eventually became a two-time IBJJF World Champion.
Overtime host and digital content manager Chloe Pavelch joined ONYX host Monica McNutt to discuss being a Black woman in sports, authenticity, and insprining the next generation of female athletes.