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Elizabeth Pehota, a New England native, started her journalism career at Boston College. She interviewed BC players and coaches across many Division I sports, and hosted in-game promotions as an emcee. ​ An athlete herself, Elizabeth was a member of the Boston College cheerleading program for three years, traveling to ACC schools across the country for football and basketball. She dedicated her senior year to furthering her reporting career on the mic at BC, while elevating her passion for sports by cheering for the Boston Celtics. Elizabeth then went on to become an in-arena host for the Celtics, and is also a reporter for the fastest growing online sports media platform SB Nation's Swish Appeal. Elizabeth thrives in the fast-paced game day environment, and is always looking to take on new opportunities. She is a high-energy self starter, and her positivity is contagious. With a passion for storytelling, Elizabeth loves both engaging audiences both on and off the camera. She carries cheer and enthusiasm in all that she does, and looks forward to every opportunity she has to pursue her passion for reporting.

NBA players showing love to WNBA stars

Guess who Jimmy Butler and Joel Embiid stated are their favorite WNBA players?

VSU’s Vaughn arrested on multiple counts

A senior at Virginia State University was arrested for breaking three laws.

Parker, Dolson to appear in Celebrity Game

Candace Parker and Stefani Dolson will represent the WNBA at this year’s Celebrity game at NBA All-Star weekend.

Lynx hold on to greatness

Minnesota re-signs ‘vital’ part of Lynx franchise, forward Rebekkah Brunson.

Stricklen strikes again for Sun

Shekinna Stricklen resigns a multi-year contract with the Connecticut Sun.

TTU interim head coach exhibits poor sportsmanship

After losing, Texas Tech’s interim head coach displayed a shocking reaction toward West Virginia’s head coach.

Martin to redshirt for West Virginia

West Virginia’s Tynice Martin will not return this season as she recovers from a foot injury.

Star player leaves Seton Hall

Donnaizha Fountain has departed from the team after 19 games.

Dream come true for Miller

"Lifelong dream" comes true for Curt Miller as he joins USA Basketball’s player selection committee.

Minicamp court coaches announced

Next month, USA Basketball will hold a minicamp and will be joined by Cheryl Reeve, Brian Agler and Dan Hughes.