I grew up in St. Louis, Missouri, where I quickly found and developed a passion for the St. Louis Cardinals. My family moved to Saginaw, Michigan, prior to my eighth-grade year, and I have resided in Michigan ever since.
I graduated from Hope College in Holland, Michigan, in May 2014 with a degree in communication and English.
I worked as sports editor of my college's student-run paper, The Anchor, and served as co-editor-in-chief for the 2013-14 school year. I ran cross country and track at Hope, an NCAA Division III school. I continue to run post-collegiately.
While I am a runner myself, I am also a huge fan of the sport (cross country, track and field, road racing, ultrarunning) and follow running on a daily basis.
I like to instill a positive atmosphere wherever I go. I like to be joyful, and sports bring me loads of joy.
Thanks for the tweaks, James. Nicely done. Keep it up!
Thanks for the edits James, glad you liked it.
Thank you kindly sir!
Thanks for the edits, James.
Hey James, Thank you for the kind words on Clowney. I felt pretty good about it and it was nice to have some reassurance. Appreciate you looking it over and all the best!
Thanks for the edits and kind words James. Much appreciated.
Thanks for the edits, James. I really appreciate it. And thanks for catching that "Saints" typo!
Thanks for the Broncos edits, James, and sorry for the frequent typos. As for the game changer part, should I put a hyphen even if it's not modifying a noun? I'm not exactly sure about when to use a hyphen with the compound adjectives.
Thanks for the edits on that 49ers piece, James! Much appreciated. Thanks for the feedback, too! Have a great holiday.
Thanks again for another great edit, James. I don't know that the Indians will be doing much of anything until the offseason at this point. The division looks to be completely out of reach with the way the Tigers are playing, and they'll be hard pressed to catch the teams ahead of them in the Wild Card..
The Royals have charged ahead of them too, so the postseason outlook in Cleveland is pretty bleak at this point.