Category Archives: Women

Women’s sports coverage

WNBA Rising Star Erica Wheeler

Erica Wheeler path from a dangerous neighborhood in Miami all the way to the WNBA was atypical. From losing her mother unexpectedly to dealing with the realities of lower-level international hoops, her positive attitude is inspiring.

espnW: Erica Wheeler’s Circuitous Road to the WNBA

Carol Hutchins: Title IX Fighter

On the 45th anniversary of Title IX, it is important to remember the women’s sports trailblazers. Michigan’s Carol Hutchins was a great athlete and has become college softball’s all-time winningest coach. But her more important contributors have come in fighting for opportunities for female athletes. In a story for espnW, I look back at Hutch’s Title IX history.

espnW: Carol Hutchins’ Title IX fight

Women in Sports: Susan Lulgjuraj

As part of espnW’s “Women with Cool Sports Jobs” series, I profiled Susan Lulgjuraj, the marketing communications manager for The Topps Company. You may remember Susan’s cameo in my story about baseball card collecting. In this article, she goes more in-depth about her job. If you know any women with a “cool” job related to sports in some way, let me know.

espnW: Susan Lulgjuraj’s Cool Sports Job