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Apr 18, 2021

Host Rekaya Gibson has a conversation with Marisa Moseley, head coach for the University of Wisconsin women’s basketball team, about equity in women’s college basketball. She discusses why gender equality is important in sports; what needs to be done to promote gender equity in sports; and her role to ensure diversity, equity, and inclusion at her Big Ten school. She also shares her thoughts about equal pay for women in sports; the impact the Fair Pay to Play Act may have on women’s sports; and her view on one-and-done for women athletes.

About Coach Marisa Moseley

Marisa Moseley is the head coach for the University of Wisconsin women’s basketball team. She spent the past three seasons as the head coach at Boston University (BU), her alma mater, where she guided the women’s basketball program to a 45-29 overall record. Moseley also spent nine years as an assistant coach at the University of Connecticut. She was on staff when the team won five NCAA titles and appeared in the Final Four each season. She is a native of Springfield, Massachusetts, and earned her bachelor’s degree in sociology from BU in 2004. Connect with her on Twitter @marisamoseley.

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