I'm a small town kid with a big time heart for the world of women's hoops. I grew up in York, Nebraska watching the Huskers, dreaming about what could be, and later played for Drake University from 2010-2015. I received my Master's in Communication Studies at Northern Arizona in May 2017 while working in athletics communications before coming back to Drake to serve as the Director of Basketball Operations. I now work for the PGA of America as a Digital Content Specialist.
2018 WNBA Draft: Vivians to Indiana at Pick No. 8
The Fever add another strong perimeter player to their roster.
2018 WNBA Draft: Wilson drafted 1st to Las Vegas
Wilson is fully equipped to make a lot of noise in Vegas.
WNBA Draft Preview: The Washington Mystics are trending up
Acquiring Elena Delle Donne and Kristi Toliver were big-time moves for Washington, but what’s next?
WNBA Draft Preview: How to weather last year’s Seattle Storm
A hot start turned into a rather cold finish for Seattle in 2017. What will it take on draft day to help turn the tide?
WNBA Draft Preview: Will the Minnesota Lynx repeat as champions?
With or without draft day, Head Coach Cheryl Reeve and the Minnesota Lynx will be a force in 2018.
Women’s basketball does have a media problem, and Jason Lisk helps prove it
There are great stories in women’s basketball, but national media fails to do the legwork on it in part because it’s a male-dominated industry.
Stetson can’t handle WKU’s Brown Power
It was an intense battle between two notable mid-major teams at the West Palm Beach Invitational. Western Kentucky’s Tashia Brown and Ivy Brown both put on a show for the Lady Toppers to move to 7-3 this season.
In classic, Minnesota wins 2017 WNBA Championship
It was hard telling who was going to walk away champions coming into Game 5. An intense, back-and-forth series between Los Angeles and Minnesota had many anticipating an exciting game - and they got exactly that.