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Allison graduated from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana in May of 2017 with degrees in both Telecommunications and Journalism, with focuses in News and Digital Sports Production. After spending her time at Ball State sideline reporting women's volleyball and basketball on ESPN3, acting as a coordinating producer on the Emmy-awarded series, Out of the Shadows, producing multiple feature stories and exploring what this wonderful world can teach her, she is now working at WHVL-TV in State College, Pennsylvania. She was hired as a sideline/studio reporter and production assistant, covering Penn State Football, Spikes Minor League Baseball and other local sports. In her free time, Allison enjoys reading, watching basketball, being active outdoors and spending time with family and friends. Comments or suggestions? Please shoot me an email, I'd love to hear feedback!

HS disqualified following investigation

After an 11-day investigation, Tucker High School in Georgia has been ruled ineligible to continue in the state tournament.

Senior’s season cut short

The Gamecocks are down another player for the rest of the season.

2 returners re-sign with Indiana

After joining the Fever late last season, two reserves have signed to play again for Indiana.

South Carolina’s AD defends Dawn Staley

After Dawn Staley was blamed for an ‘unhealthy’ environment, Ray Tanner has spoken up on her behalf.

Player’s apartment robbed

Unfortunately, the Georgia Highlands players had their apartment robbed earlier this week.

New position for Lisa Leslie

Lisa Leslie has joined Fox Sports Florida as an analyst for the Orlando Magic.

Legendary assistant coach to miss games

Jackie Stiles will miss a handful of games for Missouri State as she starts treatment for cancer.

Quick Buck-nell dominates Canisius

Canisius had a ball-handling problem on Sunday, guess how many turnovers Bucknell forced?

Welcome back “Lady Vols”

The University of Tennessee is bringing back the logo for all sports.

Rodgers snags award

This year Sugar Rodgers came off the bench for NY — she had a huge impact.