2016 in Review: WNBA Players raise their voices for Black Lives Matter campaign

The 144 women in the WNBA took a stand, and even organized a media blackout, to discuss an important topic: the killing of people of color at the hands of law enforcement. Below is my episode for Do It Anyway and my article for Excelle Sports.  WNBA players continue to raise their voices for social … More 2016 in Review: WNBA Players raise their voices for Black Lives Matter campaign

2016 in Review:

Had the pleasure to catch up with some players and Coach Griffin after their World Cup victory.  Here is my piece that ran for Excelle Sports. For U.S. Deaf Women’s National Soccer Team, pitch presents no limitations JUL 14, 2016 for Excelle Sports On July 2nd, the United States Deaf Women’s National Team (DWNT) won … More 2016 in Review:

2016 in Review: Morgan Fritz-Ward retires

I was able to chat with Morgan after it was announced she would retire from the NWHL.  It was an honor to be the first reporter Fritz-Ward spoke to after her decision.  I’d love to break the news that she’s returning to the league 😉 One last time for Morgan Fritz-Ward The NWHL All-Star discusses … More 2016 in Review: Morgan Fritz-Ward retires

2016 in Review: Christie Rampone

There is only one Captain America in my eyes, and here is my profile on her for MyWSports.  Women’s History Wednesday Profile: Christie Pearce Rampone July 20, 2016|Erica Ayala Christie Pearce Rampone is a consummate professional who has bounced back from injury and two pregnancies to win two World Cup Championships, four Olympic medals and … More 2016 in Review: Christie Rampone

2016 in Review: The Spirit Squadron

As I recall my first year as a sports writer, I thought it would be fun to share a few career highlights! It’s hard to pick a favorite supporters group profile, so I’ll preview the first in my recap.  I’ve met some amazing fans this year.  The stories and voices of supporters is just as … More 2016 in Review: The Spirit Squadron

2016 in Review: Lanni Marchant

As I recall my first year as a sports writer, I thought it would be fun to share a few career highlights. I went to the 2016 New York City Marathon for one story and ended up with quite another.  I was able to connect with Lanni and hear her story.  I could not be … More 2016 in Review: Lanni Marchant

2016 in Review: Effa Manley

As I recall my first year as a sports writer, I thought it would be fun to share a few career highlights! I got back into writing in the most unexpected way – through sports.  Although, anyone who knows me won’t find it all that surprising.  I love sports, but baseball above them all! Therefore, … More 2016 in Review: Effa Manley

From The Color of Hockey: Busting a sports myth one bobsled run at a time

Looks like there are a few North Carolina hopefuls for the next Winter Olympics.   Check out the latest post from The Color of Hockey: Busting a sports myth one bobsled run at a time