“Maggie is going to represent the team,” Haskell said. “It just so happens she’s female, and we are proud of that. That’s ideally the place we all want to get to. We have a female player because she is dang good.”
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Chris Haskell was featured in an ESPN.com article titled “Title IX compliance a priority for varsity esports programs.” In the article Haskell notes that he believes student Maggie Borland is the first female esports team captain in first-person shooters outside of all-women’s schools.