Monday was a lazy day for Kye Allums, a typically busy junior playing Division I basketball at George Washington University. Without any classes or practice on his schedule, Allums woke up late, stopped in at a team meeting, worked on a class project, then took an afternoon nap.
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But Monday was anything but ordinary because it was the day the world
would learn about the decision Allums had embarked on one year earlier:
to come out as a transgender man playing on a women's basketball team.
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Advocates for transgender athletes said they believed Allums -- a
former Centennial High School athlete -- was the first Division I
college basketball player to compete publicly as a transgender person,
although not the first to play as a college athlete. In a statement, a
George Washington official said Allums would remain on the women's
Earlier this year, the university changed the roster published on its website to reflect Allums' name change...