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

Carol Stiff during the 2012 WNCAA Women's Final Four Press Conference. (Photo by Phil Ellsworth / ESPN)

Carol Stiff during the 2012 WNCAA Women’s Final Four Press Conference. (Photo by Phil Ellsworth / ESPN) 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 up in ESPN’s programming department. There, Stiff oversaw the More...

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By Heidi Torregroza On Friday, March 7th, 2014
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Somerville Pioneer Pack, State’s Best Student Section, Shows No Limits To School Pride

With flashes of orange beaming throughout the majority of the left side of the gym, and ‘Moses’ in attendance standing front and center, it was clear that The Somerville Pioneer Pack was ready to get More...

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By Gregg Snyder On Friday, March 7th, 2014
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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 that regularly follow More...

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By Alexa Ramos On Thursday, March 6th, 2014
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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 Herskowitz became the first More...

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By Luis Vazquez On Wednesday, March 5th, 2014
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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 men. This was the case until More...

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By Gregg Snyder On Tuesday, March 4th, 2014
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Women’s History Month Interview Series: Q&A With BabesDigBalls.com Founder Miranda Furtado

If you have not visited BabesDigBalls.com, 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 continue our Women’s History More...

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By Jason Radowitz On Monday, March 3rd, 2014
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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 More...

Lauren DeFalco on court during a Seton Hall game. (Photo used with permission)
By Shannon Hovan On Saturday, March 1st, 2014
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Women’s History Month Interview Series: Q&A With Seton Hall Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach Lauren DeFalco

We kick-off our 2014 Women’s History Month Interview Series with a local name. Lauren DeFalco is a native of New Brunswick who attended Immaculata High School in Somerville, NJ and starred on the basketball More...

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By Sam Mines On Saturday, February 22nd, 2014
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Team U.S.A. Skates Home: Finland Shuts Out U.S. 5-0 to Win Bronze Medal

It’s all over for the U.S.A. men’s Olympic hockey team. An Olympic run that started out so promisingly, with four consecutive victories and 20 goals in its first four games, ended abruptly and painfully on Saturday More...

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By Sam Mines On Saturday, February 22nd, 2014
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USA Put to the Sword Again By Canada

What seemed so promising for the USA men’s Olympic hockey team came to a disappointing ending. Coming into Friday’s semi-finals game, USA hadn’t lost; the team’s goal scoring numbers were high, they were More...