Oregon Ducks women’s basketball player Sedona Prince is openly gay and is in a relationship with a girl. At least that’s what her TikTok videos suggest.

Prince’s Girlfriend

The athlete started posting clips with her new girlfriend, Rylee, just a few days back. In a video uploaded on April 4, 2021, Prince initially introduced her gay partner as her “bestest friend.”

The users were amazed by the height difference between the lovebirds. While one fan wrote, “The height difference of something I will never believe even tho I know damn well it’s real.” Another user commented, “The height difference I can’t y’all.”

She also posted another viral TikTok clip where the height gap could be seen even more clearly.

In an April 6 TikTok video, the basketball player revealed the height gap between the new couple." By the way, my girlfriend is 4’9 and I’m 6’7,” she said.

In the clip, the TikToker showed she couldn’t shower in her short height partner’s shower because it was too low, even her head was above the tap’s height. Prince also couldn’t fit in the bathtub as it was too small for her.

The new duo is also enjoying several activities together like doing a couple of lifting challenges. While the 6’7 player could easily lift her girlfriend, Rylee failed to lift Prince in almost all the challenges.

Fans are loving their relationship. “I’m so invested in this relationship,” and another one wrote, “literally best couple so happy for you two.”

Rylee is also a content creator and has over 75000 followers on TikTok. To celebrate the fan following of 50000 followers, the couple posted a video on Rylee’s account on April 5, 2021, where the athlete congratulated her and gave her a kiss on the cheeks. Another video from the day before saw the lovebirds kissing on the lips.

Prince’s Viral Moment

Prince went viral on social media after showing the disparities between the women’s and men’s weight rooms in the NCAA Basketball Tournament.

The video revealed that the women’s training area only had six sets of varying-weight dumbbells, while the men’s area had a wide range of training racks, barriers, plates, dumbbells, and benches — pretty much all the equipments found in a proper gym. 

“ I got something to show y’all,” she said as she showed the weight rooms.

Prince also explained that when the pictures of the weight room released, the NCAA blamed the lack of equipments to the small space. However, the clip revealed an enormous space in the women’s area that could accommodate more equipment.

As the video garnered much attention, NCAA vice president of Women’s Basketball, Lynn Holzman issued a statement. In response to the recent criticism of the women’s team’s accommodations, she said that the organization was working to improve resources at the practice courts.

Holzman acknowledged that some facilities that teams would normally have access to were not accessible because of the controlled environment. “In part, this is due to the limited space and the original plan was to expand the workout area once additional space was available later in the tournament,” she continued. 

In a statement released by The Athletic, NCCA senior vice president of basketball, Dan Gavitt also apologized to the women team’s athletes, coaches, and the entire basketball committee for the weight room controversies.

“I apologize and feel terrible about anything that falls short of our lofty expectations. ... We’ll get it fixed as soon as possible,” it read.