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…

38th Annual Salute to Women in Sports

I love this . . . We can now live stream this entire evening if we can’t make it to New York City! Register for FREE for access to the awards show and mark your calendar to join us on October 18 as the Annual Salute is streamed LIVE from Cipriani Wall Street in NYC.…

Making the Games Better

CEO. Agent. President. General Manager. Broadcaster. These are just a handful of the titles women carry around in the sports world. In this glorious article in Adweek by TL Stanley (follow her on Twitter here), we are getting the details on women in the sports industry who are making the games better. Some faces we have seen,…

Hello Carley!

Introducing Carley Cottingham. I am so proud and honored that this charismatic young lady will be a part of G3. Her spirit and attitude will definitely uplift! Today, this 25-year old was working the Spring Arbor University basketball day camp. She wore many hats: coach, cheerleader, referee, concession helper. You name it, she was on…

Congrats, Beth Mowins!

Beth Mowins will be the first woman since 1987 to call an NFL primetime game on September 11 (and only the second woman to ever do so). This short clip from Sports Illustrated breaks the news… Why is this news? A topic for another day perhaps. But for now, we are wishing a big congratulations…

NCAA Softball Grand Slam Record Threatened by DJ Sanders!

What makes this story even better is that two years ago DJ was at the bottom of the barrel with her bat compared to the other starters at University of Louisiana at Lafayette. She was recruited for her defensive abilities according to this awesome article from Excelle Sports and needed work on her swing. Imagine if…