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Who Will Be the Next Vocal Leader for the UConn Huskies?

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Head Coach Geno Auriemma touched on a key factor of this season’s success in his first installment of “The Geno Auriemma Project” on ESPN some time ago. With the loss of Stefanie Dolson, the team’s previous vocal leader, who will step up this year and take charge? The Huskies have continued their usual dominance on the court so far this season, More...

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By Tony Griffo On Sunday, November 30th, 2014

Successful Season For Secaucus HS Girls Volleyball End With No. 3 Ranking

(Via   Secaucus HS Girls Volleyball finished the 2014 season with a record of 33-2, a Hudson County Championship, a Group 1 State Championship and a berth in the Tournament of Champions. More...

By J.A. Michelle On Tuesday, November 25th, 2014

Just who is Kjersti Buass?

  @KjerstiBaas Kjersti Buass: We are attracted to learning – without growth we will no longer be life. One of my favorite things about snowboarding is that I learn something almost everyday I step on More...

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By Guest On Tuesday, November 18th, 2014

Athlete’s Voices: Amy Zimmer, St. John’s Volleyball, Episode 7. Do You Know Where You Are Headed? has partnered with some local athlete’s to develop this great column titled, Athlete’s Voices. In this column, some of your favorite local athletes will share their lives with you, both on More...

Ali Torre talks to Marisa of Double G Sports's Overtime web show.
By J.A. Michelle On Sunday, November 16th, 2014

What does Ali Torre think about Ray Rice?

On Thursday, November 13, 2014, I had the opportunity to speak with both Joe and Ali Torre, at the VIP Red Carpet Interview events at Pier Sixty, Chelsea Piers on 23rd Street & the Hudson River.  It was a moment More...

By J.A. Michelle On Saturday, November 15th, 2014

What Do Alison Levine and Roger Staubach Have In Common?

Alison Levine, author of On the Edge signed this book for me to show support of America’s team – Michelle SportsX When the author of the New York Times best selling book, On the Edge, was asked which More...

By J.A. Michelle On Tuesday, November 11th, 2014

What I learned about leadership from Alison Levine [ stay tuned … ]

There are some people who leave an impression on us even though we may have never ever met them at all.  We might see them on television or read about them in the newspaper, and something about them leaves its More...

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By Chip Gianni Jr. On Monday, November 10th, 2014

Emma Unterkoefler First Columbia High School Female Soccer Player in 20 Years to Earn Division 1 Scholarship

(Photo by Steve Ellmore, via Essex News Daily) Columbia High School senior, Emma Unterkoefler, became the first player from the girls’ program to earn a Division I soccer scholarship in 20 years. Unterkoefler, More...

By J.A. Michelle On Sunday, November 2nd, 2014

Kelsey DiClaudio showing the world that ‘Girls Can’

Who’s that girl? Do you think she signifies someone who will accomplish her dreams to get an Olympic medal someday?  Do you happen to know her name? ‘I got this’ Have you met Kelsey DiClaudio? More...

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By J.A. Michelle On Saturday, November 1st, 2014

Behind the scenes of the NYC Marathon with ‘Team USA Endurance’

The email said to be there at 3 pm sharp, and even though I was only going to be a few blocks away from the meeting place, I knew I’d have to give myself at least an hour to get there on time.  After all More...