About Me

I’m a huge fan of sports, education and communication. I’ve worked in all those fields – I started my communications career as a PR intern with the 2010 ArenaBowl Champion Spokane Shock. Fresh off the end of the AFL season in August, I joined Eastern Washington University’s student paper, The Easterner, to cover sports. The first team I covered was the 2010-11 NCAA Division I National Champion EWU Eagles football team.

It hasn’t been as easy for anyone I’ve covered since, but I gained experience working for the academic side of an Ivy League school (Cornell University’s College of Arts and Sciences) and I was the Director of Communications for the fledgling Portland Thunder in 2014. I have lots of experience with sports on every level – as a fan, participant, and front office worker. I’ve even coached a bit.

I started this blog for fun. Sports are supposed to be an outlet where we’re free to not take things as seriously as we take the rest of our lives. I need to practice and refine my writing, graphic skills, and multimedia editing abilities and show that I can manage yet another website that I am responsible for. I take pride in creating connections between things that are seemingly unrelated. Sometimes it makes me look like a loon, but take my more outlandish ideas with a grain of salt.

Thank you for reading my blog; it means a lot to me to know someone is interested in the things I’m saying. Hopefully you gain as much from the experience as I’m trying to.

If you like what you’re reading, there are a few ways you can keep up to date on what I’m adding here: You can follow this blog, follow me on Facebook or Twitter, or you can always stick to the “I’ll stop by when I stop by” method of Internet use.