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I am a former Division 1 athlete who studied sports journalism and broadcast at Marshall University. I studied criminal justice for two year before I decided I'd rather leave the crime fighting to someone else. I am proud to call Cleveland, Ohio, the mistake on the lake and the place quarterbacks go to die, my home. My city has taught me that nothing is given and everything is earned. Just living out my dream, one opportunity at a time.

VIDEO: Pokey Chatman opens up

In this exclusive interview, one of the best coaches in the WNBA, Pokey Chatman, opens up about being fired — and more.

Epic afternoon from beyond the arc for Colorado State

The Rams connect on a school record 20 three-pointers in blowout victory against New Mexico Highlands

Perfection continues for Colorado

Kennedy drops 31 points to lift the Buffs over in-state rival Colorado State

Double overtime thriller

Northern Colorado’s home crowd was the difference in win over Florida Gulf Coast.

Colorado State extends home game streak

The Rams extended their winning streak to 16 straight games after blowing past the visiting Omaha Mavericks.

A career comes to a close as Phoenix moves on

The Phoenix Mercury advance to the next round of the WNBA playoffs after its win over the Indiana Fever. But the Fever lost so much more than just the game tonight.

Lynx conquer Sparks, now in strong position for #1 seed

With so much on the line, there was one player that rose to the moment in a way that no one else could: Maya Moore.

Connecticut’s defense holds down Stars

Alex Bentley directed the Connecticut Sun to the team’s biggest point differential win on the season.

Back to the drawing board for Sparks

After a 9-game road winning streak, Alana Beard said it's back to the drawing board for the Sparks as they prepare for Indiana tomorrow.

Lending a helping hand

Minnesota has been needing more scoring from others outside of Maya Moore. Today, they got from someone who moved up to 13th on the WNBA career scoring list.