Today, women coach just 40 percent of women’s college athletic teams. According to NCAA Statistics, that’s down from 90 percent in 1972 after the passage of Title IX, an act which required colleges to provide equal opportunities for men and women. One reason women say they are opting out of coaching jobs is the pay gap, even when they do win championships. Matter of Fact correspondent Diane Roberts explores the issue with University of Maryland head coach Brenda Frese.

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