Save the Date: October 17, 2018

From the Women’s Sports Foundation (WSF) today: “Be sure to save the date for the 39th Annual Salute to Women in Sports Awards Gala, which will be held in New York City on Wednesday, October 17, 2018. Event details can be found here. We hope you’ll join us! WSF is currently accepting nominations for the…

Winter Olympics (so far)

The Winter Olympics have been so much fun to watch. Trouble is, I’ve been super busy and have done most of my watching via the On Demand Olympics channel on television. How much do I dig that? A whole lot… Thank you, Chloe Kim for being such a rock star. You have nailed every aspect…

Nothing But Gratitude

Wow! I have experienced a lot of twists and turns in my ten plus years as a freelance sports writer. I’ve shed tears, lost sleep, and given up a certain amount of financial, emotional and mental security. I have contemplated careers in other fields. I’ve had way more rejections/failures than I can even count. But…

Inspirational Barbie

Ibtihaj Muhammad was honored with her very own Barbie recently. This Jersey girl was the first Muslim American to wear a hijab in the Rio Olympics while reeling in a bronze medal in fencing for Team USA. Go girl! Side note: I want to see more women playing sports while wearing hijabs. That’s a beautiful…

Celebrating Women and Sports

Last night, women and sports were celebrated and for the first time, the annual Women’s Sports Foundation (WSF) gala was live-streamed. So if you were like me and couldn’t make the trip to New York, you could still watch! The event, the 38th Annual Salute to Women in Sports, was quite a thrill. There were…