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NCAA Willfully Enables The Next Lia Thomas

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New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) women’s swimming championships at the University of Maryland last weekend gave pro-trans media outlet Outsports a headline to celebrate: “Trans swimmer Meghan Cortez-Fields ends college career on the podium.” 

Most Americans continue to react in disgust to another photo of a smiling male standing proudly with a women’s medal, and the first “out trans” to stand on an NCAA podium since University of Pennsylvania’s Lia Thomas in 2022. It’s only evidence of the insanity that continues to infect the wide world of women’s sports.

This year, New Jersey’s Ramapo College, an NCAA Division III institution, moved Cortez-Fields to the women’s roster after he swam three years on its men’s team. From the opening of the season, Cortez-Fields brought glory to the fledgling program, clocking new school record times in the 100-yard butterfly, 50-yard freestyle, and 200-yard individual medley…

Click here to read Doreen Denny’s entire op-ed as featured on The Federalist.