WNBA star Brittney Griner is unquestionably one of the greatest athletes in the history of Baylor University, but in her new memoir, Griner reveals that she didn't always feel comfortable as a member of the Lady Bears.
According to Evin Demirel of Slate.com, Griner admitted in her book, In My Skin, that she often felt ostracized due to Baylor's policies against homosexuality.
Despite Griner's everlasting impact on Baylor, the 23-year-old Phoenix Mercury phenom doesn't feel welcomed in terms of being a representative for the university:
Griner doesn't seem to regret her decision to attend Baylor. However, she can't help but think that the university benefited from her presence without embracing who she is as a person: