March 24, 2013
March 18, 2013
July 23, 2009
July 22, 2009
Public relations director at Bald Eagle and Bellefonte area school districts in Centre County, Pa.
*Former reporter at Centre Daily Times in State College, Pa. -- home of Penn State. Also the feature writer for Penn State football and men's hockey teams.
* Former writer for the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle Newspaper in Rochester, N.Y.;
* Former press secretary for New York State Sen. Greg Ball (R-Brewster);
* Former reporter for Greater Niagara Newspapers in Niagara Falls, N.Y.;
* Former editor and correspondent for Bleacher Report, CBS Sports, and Fox Sports;
* Former writer for the Greece Post; NextStep Magazine; Discover Rochester Magazine; College Affair Magazine; and ABC and NBC news affiliates WHAM and WROC in Rochester, N.Y.
During my time with Bleacher Report and CBS Sports (from 2007-2009, 2013), I primarily covered NCAA and CIS men's ice hockey. Also acted as an analyst for other athletic programs including the Buffalo Bills and Syracuse men's basketball teams, and sports-related news in the western New York area. Was additionally a Bleacher Report traveling marketing representative.
Also worked in the production departments for ESPN, and the Rochester Red Wings (Triple-A affiliate of the Minnesota Twins).
2009 graduate of Arizona State University: Bachelor of Arts degrees in Journalism and Mass Communication with a concentration in print from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, and English with a concentration in literature from the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences.
Former member of the ASU women's soccer team, and USL W-League.
You changed your photo, girl...lol
That's why I didn't recognize you. Damn. But you look gorgeous in that photo there.
Anyway, congrats on all your recent success. I'm definitely going to have to come back and read some of your stuff now that I know who you are again...lol
Also, I felt you might get a kick out of this little piece. It has an important message for everyone. Let me know what you think of it in the comments section.
Daniel Barber aka Hotnuke
Are sports heroes really dead? Find out in my latest article whenever you get a moment. Thanks.
Interested in your thoughts on my latest article about the Big Red...
A Story From A True Patriots Fan...check this one out...
Thanks for taking the time to edit my article
I am concerned about the font however, as it seems to drop in size halfway through the article
And then on the second page there is a portion of html code that is visible
Thank you for your edit. I know I make a lot of sentencing and syntax errors. English is my second language and even if I know my english fairly well, I still make the dumbest of mistakes. :)
Thank you again.
Thanks for becoming one of my fans, Britney. I don't know which articles of mine you've read that you like, but most of mine are about expansion in the CFL, NHL, and NFL and the state of hockey in general. Actually there are a lot of articles you could write about being a hockey fan in Phoenix coming from Rochester. The Phoenix franchise is in the worst shape of all NHL teams and is the only one Gary Bettman has been publicly forced to admit is in trouble. Unless new investors appear, the franchise could be contracted or relocated. If it ever was put up for sale, there is a good chance that Jim Balsillie would try to buy it and move it up here to southern Ontario.
I read some of your articles, particularly the ones about Rochester, Buffalo, and Toronto. I've only visited Rochester once, over twenty years ago, going to Club 747. One article, you could write about which I would be interested in is why Rochester, except for lacrosse is content to be minor league. Whenever there is talk about professional sports expansion/relocation, Rochester is never mentioned. Yet the greater Rochester area has over one million people and next door is the Syracuse area which has 700,000. With ten money-losing NHL franchises around, there is never a better chance for Rochester to get a franchise, perhaps even Phoenix itself. But the relocation cities mentioned are usually Kansas City, Houston, Las Vegas, Hamilton, Hartford, and Quebec. Same with the Bills. Why doesn't Rochester consider going after them or try to get regular season games played there like Toronto has? It seems to me that Rochester has the potential to join the big leagues in many sports but nothing is heard on that front. What ambitions do the sports fans in Rochester have?
Thanks for the edit Britney, appreciate it.