Monthly Archives: March 2017

Trifecta podcast celebrates women in sports

Trifecta is an all-female ESPN podcast hosted by Sarah Spain, Jane McManus and Kate Fagan. The women talk about both men’s and women’s sports, and bring their interesting perspectives to the podcast world. On Tuesday, they hosted a special, three-hour episode … Continue reading

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USA women’s hockey team boycotts for equality

The difference between the careers of male professional hockey players and female professional hockey players is astounding. Female players are paid substantially less than men and often have to take on second and third jobs on top of their hockey careers. … Continue reading

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SLAM reminds us that basketball is bigger than just the NBA

I started subscribing to SLAM Magazine because of the cool posters that come with every issue (and, to be honest, that’s still a major reason why I subscribe to this day – my bedroom looks a bit like a teenage … Continue reading

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The big four of the Washington Post

I’ve heard a lot of discussions regarding women in positions on sports television, like broadcasting and analyzing, but it’s important not to forget about the print side of things. Although a reporter’s gender may not be as evident in print journalism, … Continue reading

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NHWL: The rise of the Boston Pride

I’ve always been interested in seeing how women’s leagues compare to the more popular, well-known men’s leagues. Professional hockey is interesting to look at because the NHL has such a huge following. The National Women’s Hockey League is only in … Continue reading

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