Kate can be remembered as one of the most consistent players at CU. Not only that, Kate was Colorado’s best three-point shooter during the 2002-2003 season in her junior career. Here we are to let you know all about this 35-year-old sports journalist.
Going back to watching her play in her younger days, she actually produced various achievements and some eye-catchy performances. According to her coach Barry, Kate was an amazing player who will rarely hit the outside shot.
Before joining ESPN, she was a reporter for the Philadelphia Inquirer. Kate covered 76ers for three seasons under the Philadelphia’s umbrella.
Perceived as LGBT and Feminism activist by many, Kate Fagan is a strong voice in ESPN. Besides working as a feature writer and columnist Espn.com, ESPN and ESPN The Magazine, she can also be seen frequently on ESPN’s Around the Horn, and also on ESPN2’s First Take and His 7 Hers.
Now moving on to her physical configuration, Kate is a tall woman with the height of 5 feet and 9 inches. She has an impressive hot athletic body, thanks to her hard work as a basketball player.
Well, it’s up to you how you take others sex appeal. As per as the writer of the topic, I think she is an attractive independent and vigorous (physically) woman who is not afraid to speak her mind.
She is indeed a sexy lady. Anyway, it’s perfectly alright to perceive another sex appeal in your head the way you like or the way your head defines or according to your sexual orientation as well. However, nobody has got any right to humiliate others because of their sexual orientation or looks.
Talking about her relationship status, she is a gay woman probably dating her girlfriend as of 2015. You can read her book “The Reappearing Act” to get more insight on her complex coming out process.
She feels that her book can relate to many gay young women in a contemporary way. One thing we would like to share is that she lost her best friend because the friend didn’t fancy her coming out.
She lives a secret life, but she was strong and courageous enough to come out as gay. As far as we know, she is an unmarried lesbian. So, the matter of husband or boyfriend is a no topic here.
Kate is one of those who has kept her personal life away from the eyes of the public. That’s why, unfortunately, we don’t have a clue about her net worth. But we can assume she is earning right. Matter of fact, she has advocated many times for justifiable pay and opportunity for a woman in sports.
You can connect with her on her social networking sites like Twitter (48.8k followers) and Instagram. Her twitter handle is @katefagan3. She has maintained her presence in the social media acknowledging the importance of popularity.
Loathe her or hate her, but you cannot ignore her. That’s how I feel. She is a strong force and a good writer. I feel not only media person but also audience should have an ability to extract good things from somebody works in spite only focusing on the negatives. Cheerios!
By nature, she is a straightforward and talks to the point. This nature has handed her too many controversies. Remember that comment she made about reprogramming the men? Anyway, she gave the comment in her context, and it’s up to you to how to take it. Obviously, she has influenced ESPN a lot. Because of her many topics that surround LGBT community has got the needed limelight in the media.
Another wiki on her professional life and works can be accessed via various sited on the web.
Kate, a WNBA player, columnist, activist, author and sports commentator of American nationality and mixed ethnicity, was born on November 15, 1981, in Warwick, R.I. to parents Chris (runs a financial advising company) and Kathy (McGraw Hill’s sales representative) as their youngest daughter out of two children. Her father, who is an ex-professional basketball player, first connected her to basketball.