Abigail Corning was one of the most decorated players in the history of Fordham University women’s basketball. Abigail scored over 1000 career points, won an Atlantic 10 championship and played in the NCAA Tournament. On this week’s episode of Season of Life, Abigail talks about making the transition from the basketball court to the marketing … More Season of Life Episode 2: Abigail Corning
The best stand-ups and interviews from my high school football and basketball broadcasts on MSG Varsity
This was one of the best games I’ve called all season long. #2 Fairfield Prep survives over #1 Hillhouse in the Southern Connecticut Conference Final on Connecticut Public Television.
Highlights from the two basketball games I’ve called on Connecticut Public Television.
Clips from George Mason-Fordham Women’s Basketball game on the A-10 Digital Network.
Here are a few clips from my most recent MSG Varsity basketball broadcast.
Cocaine singlehandedly transformed the world of sports in the 1980’s.While drugs have always been a major issue in professional sports, nothing compares to the impact this highly addictive, white powdered substance had during this time period. Through their rampant drug use, athletes created an exclusive culture where cocaine became a symbol of status and power … More A World Without Bias
For the first time since the mid 90′s, Stan Van Gundy won’t be on an NBA bench. The former Orlando Magic head coach is taking a year off from the Association in order to spend more time with his family in Florida. But that doesn’t mean Van Gundy is done coaching in the NBA. On this … More Game Time Podcast Episode 7: NBA Head Coach Stan Van Gundy
It has been almost three years since Martina Hingis last played a professional tennis match and yet at the age of 31, she still remains a dominant presence in the world of tennis. The ultra competitive Hingis spends her summer days playing on the World Tennis Tour for the New York Sportimes. The 5x Grand … More One on One with Martina Hingis