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Trenise Ferreira is a Cal Berkeley Graduate Student pursuing a master's degree in multimedia journalism. She earned her bachelor’s degree in broadcast and digital journalism with a minor in cinematic arts from the University of Southern California in 2012. Her work has been featured in major media outlets such as,, Bleacher Report, and The Previously, she has worked at ABC One in Glendale, Calif.

She is also a published author; her novel "Seven-oh!-Seven: Livin' the Dream" is available at

She is passionate about sports media and the film industry, and has been the lead writer and editor for a Sports Illustrated syndicated website,, for two years.

Taking a year off between undergraduate and graduate school, she taught Spanish to sixth, eighth, ninth and tenth graders at a private school in her hometown of Vacaville, Calif. She is also a member of the National Association of Black Journalists and the Football Writers Association of America.

Specialties: Conversationally Fluent in Spanish, Intermediate in Italian, Experience with Microsoft Office, HTML, PhotoShop, Avid, iNews and RadioBoss.

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  • Aiki Clem posted 477 days ago

    Aiki Clem

    PAC-12 Networks Ticker. Good to see you moving up in the world Trenise. You may want to consider updating your BR bio for all of us who follow your work here. Congrats.

  • J MAINE posted 482 days ago


    lost in the Nut tree maze?

  • J MAINE posted 502 days ago


    Did you quit?

  • John Keitel posted 518 days ago

    John Keitel

    Hi Trenise,

    Thanks for your article about USC's new scholarship policy. I'm a documentary filmmaker with degrees from Stanford (BA) and USC Cinematic Arts (MA) who is fascinated by this subject. I hope this might just be the first of many exchanges on it between us.

    I was hoping for clarification on one detail. In your article, you write, "Under the current practice, student-athletes can be forced out of scholarships for performance reasons..." Does "performance reason" refer to academic performance or athletic performance? In other words, was on the field/court or in-game performance a factor in scholarship retention for an athlete under the outgoing policy?

    Thanks in advance for your time.

    John Fitzgerald Keitel

  • Robert Standard posted 639 days ago

    Robert Standard

    Trenise, I think Garrett did approach Sark about the USC job. Sark declined. Check the old news stories. I'm pretty sure of it.

  • Tony Diggs posted 685 days ago

    Tony Diggs

    Trenise. Whats the deal with T Shepard?

  • Tarik LaCour posted 722 days ago

    Tarik LaCour

    Hey Trenise, big fan. If Wilcox isn't our new defensive coordinator, who do you think it will be?

  • Anish Gandhi2 posted 791 days ago

    Anish Gandhi2

    Go Ducks!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • OK Cupcake posted 791 days ago

    OK Cupcake

    Thank your reply--I think you need to reread my comment below. You already threw a stone at someone who misspelled Kiffin's name. There are plenty of mistakes in the BR articles. One even misspelled Coliseum. As for the media hacks--I can't believe anyone can pretend that all the malicious and untrue attacks USC has suffered in recent history just didn't happen. BTW Lisa Horne is also a USC alum and it didn't stop her from spreading her evil crap around.

  • RubberDuck TenFour posted 791 days ago

    RubberDuck TenFour

    Dang!!! Is that a bitter Cupcake or what? Sheesh. lol