Social Media Reacts to National Girls & Women in Sports Day
From the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) to Major League Baseball (MLB) to individual athletic institutions around the country, the outpour of support was abundant.The NFHS announced the first-ever Better Together: Women and Sports Leadership Virtual Summit which will take place from May 1 through May 3. To learn more information and to register for the virtual summit, visit: https://meetings.nfhs.org/btwls22/.
The official MLB Twitter account shared the women who have broken the professional coaching barrier with a graphic and headline, “making a difference.”
— MLB (@MLB) February 3, 2022
The WNBA celebrated #NGWSD by acknowledging the 50th anniversary of Title IX, which has enabled the WNBA to become the longest-standing women’s sports league in the country.
Happy #NGWSD 🏀
— WNBA (@WNBA) February 2, 2022
The University of South Florida used the day to announce the addition of women’s beach volleyball to its roster of athletic programs.
The perfect announcement at our #StampedeForWomen luncheon on National Girls and Women in Sports Day! Grateful to all who continue to provide more opportunities and to enhance the experiences of our female student-athletes! #HornsUp🤘#NGWSD https://t.co/XpGc59MsuG
— Michael Kelly (@MKellyUSF) February 3, 2022
Nebraska Volleyball used the opportunity to show its student-athletes the impact they have on young volleyball fans within the community.
It's one thing to have a role model,
it's another to be one.
— Husker Volleyball (@Huskervball) February 3, 2022
The Twitter account @NFLUpOfficial shared how women’s flag football is on the rise across college campuses with a special look at the Ottawa University women’s flag football program.
Women's Flag Football is on the rise and the women at Ottawa University are helping to lay the foundation for the next generation.
— NFL Up (@NFLUpOfficial) February 2, 2022
To see more social media content regarding National Girls and Women in Sports Day, search the #NGWSD on your preferred social media platform.