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02-11-2009, 12:38 PM
CMU, women's coach sued by ex-player
Claims heterosexuality was a factor

Updated: Wednesday, 11 Feb 2009, 7:54 AM EST
Published : Wednesday, 11 Feb 2009, 7:54 AM EST

MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. (AP) - - Central Michigan and its women's basketball coach are being sued by a former player, who claims her heterosexuality was a factor in losing a scholarship after two seasons.

Brooke Heike said she fell out of favor with Sue Guevara immediately after the coach was hired in 2007.

Heike said Guevara told her she wore too much makeup and was not the coach's "type." That meant she wasn't a lesbian, according to a lawsuit filed last week in federal court in Bay City.

The former Romeo High School star lost her scholarship after the 2007-08 season.


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02-11-2009, 01:23 PM

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Guevara was at Michigan State as an assistant coach under Karen Langeland for nine seasons (1987-1995) before being promoted to associate head coach for her 10th season with MSU. The Spartans posted a record of 149-131 during Guevara’s time in East Lansing.
Before MSU, Guevara spent a season as an assistant coach at Ball State after spending a year as a graduate assistant for Ohio State University in 1984-85. The Buckeyes won the Big Ten championship and reached the regional finals that season.
In addition, Guevara led the Big Ten All-Star team on a European tour through Austria, Slovakia and Hungary in 2000. She also was an assistant coach for the 1993 Big Ten tour team that recorded a perfect 6-0 record while playing in England and Scotland.
Interestingly, Guevara’s coaching career began on the softball diamond. She served as Saginaw Valley State’s head softball coach from 1979-84 in addition to her hardwood duties as an assistant coach. She was named GLIAC Softball Coach of the Year in 1984.
Guevara is a native of Saginaw, Mich. where she attended Saginaw St. Stephens High School. She earned her bachelor’s degree in physical education from Saginaw Valley State University in 1982 and her master’s degree in athletic administration from Ohio State in 1985.
In her time away from the court, Guevara enjoys running, swimming, mountain biking and reading various publications including the Harry Potter series, James Michener novels and various motivational books. She enjoys listening to a variety of types of music including Latin, jazz and dance.

02-11-2009, 01:42 PM
Brooke Heike was a great player coming out of high school

She had lead her team to the best record in it's history and garnered a bunch of awards on the way.
She was recruited by University of Michigan, Central Michigan, Bowling Green, and Eastern Michigan
She picked Central Michigan and was one of Eileen Kleinfelter's recruiting jewels
Then Kleinfelter left and Sue Guevara moved in and it all went downhill

Guevara had a problem with Heike wearing makeup and wondered why she chose heterosexuality over homosexuality.She then cut Heike's scholarship

Mind you that under Kleinfelter's coaching Heike played in 11 games and then under Guevara she onyl saw playing time in 6

.....Are You A Lesbian? Then Get The LesbiOUT ...
Here's a link to the team's 06-07 stats, her freshman year.
And here's a link to the 07-08.

In the first season (under the former coach), Brooke Heike was one of only 3 players to get less than 10 min/g, and her 11 games was second lowest on the team. In the second season (new coach), she was one of 5 players to get less than 10 min/g, and her 6 games was third lowest. Seems like the new coach just prefers to play the scrubs with less regularity than her predecessor.

Furthermore, the stats don't seem to indicate the player made any significant development in her skills. She goes from 1.5 ppg in 5.4 minutes to 0.3 ppg in 3.5 minutes.

It seems rather outlandish to think her makeup is the reason for reduced playing time.


Now this does sound a bit far fetched to some but I've watched 3 different new programs on it and these sexual conflicts do happen in women's sports.


02-12-2009, 11:26 AM
It sounds like both sides have made their case, and it's a matter of whose story is more credible.

I don't know about college basketball, but I had a twisted gay junior high gym teacher, but she was a lipstick wearing type. She made us all walk to the shower naked and wouldn't give us towels until after she watched us shower. In high school, we had normal gym teachers- whether they were gay or straight, they didn't get off on watching teenagers shower.

02-12-2009, 04:35 PM
Three questions:
1) What school did you go to?
2) What year did this take place?
3) Where can I rent a time machine? :D

02-12-2009, 04:56 PM
Three questions:
1) What school did you go to?
2) What year did this take place?
3) Where can I rent a time machine? :D

hehe :D

02-12-2009, 05:27 PM
Three questions:
1) What school did you go to?
2) What year did this take place?
3) Where can I rent a time machine? :D

This happened at Valleywood Middle School, in Kentwood, MI. The year was 1976. You'll have to call my boy Sherman about the time machine, though.

02-12-2009, 10:20 PM
Man is that coach dykie looking .