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I started reporting sports as an intern at the Kent Record-Courier in May of 2011. Three years later the publishing company took me on full-time and I became its first ever full-time female sports reporter. Making it in this industry has been a grind from day one, but I can't put a price on living my dream.

NCAA gets it right with new rules

The NCAA made some significant changes before the 2015-16 season, and they not only got it right, their vision has been a game changer.

Ohio State learns from their past

Northwestern started the game off great holding Ohio State star Kelsey Mitchell to 1 point--her average is 25. The second half was different.

Panthers late attack not enough

Pittsburgh tried to comeback on #16 Florida State late in the game with fouls and knocking down late threes. However, their ranked opponent was able to hold them off for the win.

#3 Notre Dame tops Pitt 65-55; McGraw earns 800

Muffet McGraw has a plethora of accolades, that have already solidified her as 1 of the greatest coaches in history. Today she added another layer to her legacy.

Hook 'em Horns

Empress Davenport commands Longhorns offense to compile a career-high 23 points

Interview: Freshman star Sophie Cunningham

In only her 4TH game, Sophie Cunningham breaks a MASSIVE record at Missouri with her sensational 42-point performance.

Haley Laughter steps up for FGCU in win over Akron

FGCU was struggling, as they had a 2-game losing streak, but redshirt sophomore Haley Laughter stepped up in a BIG way for the Eagles.

Just say No 'Mo': Jefferson, UConn dominates OSU

The Huskies separate themselves by 44 points as entire starting lineup reaches double-figure scoring in season opener.

Balanced scoring puts Flashes on top of Raiders

The Flashes gained energy by exploiting the Raiders weaknesses as energy to pull away in the second half for the victory.

Akron plays fast, ready for season

Even though Akron played a lot of their younger players today, it was their lone senior that stole the show.