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At Arizona State, I've had the opportunity to cover ASU's baseball and men's hockey teams on a beat for the Walter Cronkite Sports Network and Devils in Detail respectively. I have also written stories on ASU women's hockey and soccer for WCSN. Additionally, I've covered the Arizona Fall League for A's Farm, written about Arizona high school sports for AZPreps365 and done some freelance writing as well. I have experience writing previews, game stories and features, below you can find a few samples of my work, as swell archives of of my writing, which is updated regularly.
WCSN: Making the most of every opportunity: How passion and loyalty brought Ty Neal to Arizona State
ASU Baseball hired a quality control analyst for the 2018 season, a position unfamiliar to college baseball. The man behind the position is one with a story that goes keep beyond baseball.
WCSN: Devils battle all weekend, but drop two of three to No. 5 Beavers in Corvallis
ASU Baseball traveled north to face the country's No. 5 -ranked team and while they were consistently in every game, the Sun Devils cold not leave Corvallis with a series win.
WCSN: Borges and team play complete effort as Devils dig dagger in Denver
After struggling to play well in every aspect of a game for 60 minutes, defense, offense and special teams finally came together for the ASU women's hockey team as they topped the University of Denver.
WCSN: Inaugural games between Devils and Lopes establish fierce feud for years to come
The 2017-18 season welcomed a new ACHA hockey team to Arizona. The newly-created Grand Canyon University women's team immediately developed a rivalry with Arizona State that will surely intensify as the programs grow.
WCSN: Gibson and Juarez announce intention to transfer from Arizona State
Two of ASU Softball's best players during the 2018 season announced in the fall their intention to transfer from Arizona State.
AZ Preps 365: Early offense and dominant relief pitching lead Horizon over Mountain Ridge​
The Horizon softball team experienced ups and downs for much of 2018, but an early lead was too much for Mountain Ridge to come back from as the Huskies shut the door out of the bullpen.
WCSN: Impact of Thursday night game goes beyond pink for Sun Devils
Prior to the team's breast cancer awareness game, two Arizona State women's soccer players took a knee during the national anthem and were supported by all in attendance.
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