NCAA

November 16th, 2018 | by CollegeAD
NCAA
0

After being initially told that her eligibility was in question, a gay cross-country runner at Canisius College who was disowned by her parents will be allowed to keep donations raised for her through a GoFundMe page and maintain her eligibility, the school announced on Friday. Emily Scheck — a sophomore cross-country runner at Canisius College in Buffalo, New York — was disowned from her family in August after her mom found a picture of her with her girlfriend on social media. Scheck’s mom told her that it was disgusting, gave her an ultimatum: Either come home from school and receive therapy or be cut out of the family completely. Scheck didn’t want to leave school, as she had already moved in and was training with the cross-country team for the upcoming season, and wanted nothing to do with conversion therapy. Scheck was left with just $20 to her name. She didn’t have a meal plan, money for tuition or textbooks, or car insurance. She was suddenly alone. – Ryan Young, yahoo – Read More

NeuLion College

About CollegeAD
Have a tip, job posting, or press release for CollegeAD? Email us at [email protected], or direct message @collegead. Sources always remain anonymous.

Comments are closed.

The nightcap
The Day's College Athletics News
To Your Inbox Tonight.