Category Archives: Girls

Women’s History Month Interview Series: Q&A with espnW Vice President, Carol Stiff

Carol Stiff, current VP of Content Program and Integration at espnW, has been with ESPN for over 20 years.  One year ago she moved to espnW, previously she was working her way

Women’s History Month Interview Series: Q&A With Sports Photographer, Jillian Souza

When sports fans scour the internet for the latest news on their favorite teams, one of the biggest draws is the wonderful photography that typically goes along with an article. Most people

Women’s History Month Interview Series: Q&A with WFAN Sports Anchor, Erica Herskowitz

Who knew volunteering for the sports segment of a college radio station would turn into one of the most impressive resumes for a woman in the sports radio and television world? Erica

Women’s History Month Interview Series: Q&A With 2-Time Cutting Horse World Champion, Sawyer Burmeister

The traditional roles of women and men have changed a lot in the last 20 years. However there are still small bastions of tradition, particularly in sports that remain the domain of

Women’s History Month Interview Series: Q&A With Founder Miranda Furtado

If you have not visited, you really are missing out on some fun sports coverage. The website is run by women that know and love sports and geared toward women. We

Women’s History Month Interview Series: Q&A With TV Host & Sports Broadcaster, Lindsay McCormick

We continue our Women’s History Month Interview Series today with TV Host & Sports Broadcaster, Lindsay McCormick. Many of you will recognize Lindsay from her position as the Social Host of Sunday Night Football

Women’s History Month Interview Series: Q&A With St. John’s Women’s Basketball Captain Briana Brown

Briana Brown has distinguished herself as a true leader on and off the court for the St. John’s University Red Storm. Brown, a native of Norwalk, Ct., was named the Red Storm’s


After pitcher Alex Hill led Montclair State to a 4-1 victory over Central (Iowa) on Friday night in the first round of the NCAA Division III Softball Championship, they fell to Tufts

USA Women’s Soccer Usher in New Era With New Coach

Twitter has its benefits.  It keeps us in the know.  It keeps us connected.  Everything from deep dark thoughts to quick sarcastic banter is shared.  Following US Soccer’s recent announcement of US

Olympic Athlete’s Land “Glamour” Magazine’s Women of the Year Honors

This month’s issue of Glamour magazine bestowed the honor of “Women of the Year” to fifteen well-deserving women, across varying professions and industries. Olympic athletes rightfully occupy five of those seats. Two

Q&A with Bikini Blogger, 7/13/12

Welcome to the weekly column of Double G Sports Girl, Gina Marie. Each week, Gina, now known as the Bikini Blogger, will take your reader questions. Something on your mind about life,

Featured Interview: A Conversation with Team USA Gymnast Aly Raisman

One of the last things Aly Raisman said to me before our conversation ended was that she thinks about the fact that she is an Olympian everyday.  So, on a rare day