SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Moments after San Francisco’s 31-20 Super Bowl loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, conservative pundit Ann Coulter took to Twitter to take a social media jab at 49ers assistant coach Kate Sowers.

On Sunday, Sowers became the first woman to be on a NFL coaching staff at the Super Bowl. She also is the first openly LGBTQ coach in the league. Coulter apparently didn’t appreciate the achievement.

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Being the first woman to coach in the Super Bowl may be surreal to some fans, but Sowers had made it clear she hopes she’s blazing a path for many more to follow.

“I feel like a broken record, but what I want to continue to say is that even though I’m the first, the most important thing is I’m not the last and we continue to grow it,” she said.

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Reaching the Super Bowl has brought Sowers a much bigger platform, including a 30-second Microsoft commercial that ran repeatedly during the NFL’s conference championships.

Microsoft thanked Sowers for being the first woman Sunday in a new 60-second commercial during the Super Bowl. Her sights are set on much more: becoming an NFL head coach.

“Absolutely,” she said.

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