Who Does That?
After a 25-year stint in the great Garden State, I packed my bags and brought my talents to Connecticut to work in the Communications department at ESPN. I joined the College Sports team, and support all sports across the board, with a focus on women’s basketball and high school events. I graduated from Seton Hall University (Go Pirates!) with a degree in Sport Management, where I was a triple threat on the basketball court—I sang the National Anthem at games, was on the dance team and served as a student reporter for Pirate Sports Network. I’m beyond thrilled that my journey has led me to ESPN, and look forward to what’s ahead!
4 days ago
No. 1 Gonzaga is the setting for Pasch and Walton to reunite for another year of frivolity and free throws
Tonight, for the first time in the 2018-19 college basketball season, ESPN's Dave Pasch and The Universe's Bill Walton reunite…
1 week ago
A different side of Tua through Rinaldi’s poignant prism
How does Tom Rinaldi, who profiles Tua Tagovailoa for College GameDay (Saturday, 9 a.m., ESPN), tell such emotional stories? A…
November 9, 2018
“I’m grateful to have worn a uniform and to have had the opportunity to represent this great country”
ESPN analyst Chris Spatola is a former soldier, Black Knights guard, Blue Devils assistant; he calls Army-Duke basketball on Veterans…
November 6, 2018
Go behind the scenes of Women’s Basketball National Media Day
ESPN coordinating producer Kate Jackson explains what happens when NCAA women's basketball's biggest stars come to Bristol.
November 6, 2018
“The Return”: Logic provides soundtrack as college basketball tips off on ESPN tonight
This year's ESPN Sonic Blockbuster campaign, which tips off tonight, features the music of Grammy nominated hip-hop artist Logic.
November 1, 2018
Team Player: Rece Davis with Rodney Perez
The host of College GameDay details the show director's many virtues as a colleague. But what's his "real genius"?
September 14, 2018
Bringing The “Fight”: GameDay Features Bond Between USC Coach And Embattled Football Fan
"The approach to the story was simple: Try to convey the depth of that friendship and bond to the viewer…
April 6, 2018
ESPN remembers Dan Shoemaker
It is with great sadness that we share the news of the passing of Dan Shoemaker, a former ESPN VP…
April 2, 2018
Courtside drama: Relive ND’s Final Four buzzer-beaters
ESPN used a "snoop camera" to capture its commentating team's reactions during the dramatic Women's Final Four finishes this weekend.
March 30, 2018
A mother’s memories – and a Katy Perry song – inspire ESPN’s Women’s Final Four Open
A salute to the evolution of the women's game is the theme behind the Women's Final Four open, debuting tonight…
March 12, 2018
Inside ESPN’s Tournament Challenge Open
How did the concept for ESPN's Tournament Challenge Marathon Open come together? Here's the inside story.
Behind The Scenes
March 2, 2018
ESPN’s Champ Week “By the Numbers”
EDITOR’S NOTE: Over the next week, teams will fight for their chance at a conference championship and the opportunity to…
February 28, 2018
Party over here: How
gets it started
ESPN's College Basketball GameDay is never guilty of a traveling violation. Here's why.
January 8, 2018
Before patrolling UGA sidelines, Taylor reviews season with
ESPN's Maria Taylor recaps her first season on College GameDay and ABC Saturday Night Primetime before covering the Georgia Bulldogs in the…
January 8, 2018
ESPN’s Couzens’ Marriage Proposal Was Seamless Production
After calling Notre Dame-Syracuse basketball, ESPN's Mike Couzens proposed to Erin Beadle off-air and at the broadcast table.