"He's been coaching for 21 years, and he deserves every bit of it," Beckwith said of Gilmore. "We got him to Omaha and we got him a national championship. The senior class, the hard work in the fall, the dedication of the guys who don't play much. It doesn't go unnoticed. It was a full team effort the whole College World Series, and we got it done."
"Fundamentally, boys need to be using the boys' room and girls need to be using the girls' rooms, and we base that on their anatomical sex, not some sort of internalized gender identity," Andrew Beckwith, the institute's general counsel, told Fox News' Todd Starnes.