My Work

Portfolio

Below, I have compiled some of my personal favorite stories that I have written recently. I will update this frequently to reflect any changes.

Wearing No. 11 | How tragedy built tradition for Penn State men’s lacrosse

How Penn State men’s tennis deals with the lack of attention

Kevin Syler embraces pioneer role as a Bolivian MMA fighter


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MMA

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I joined FanSided MMA in October of 2018, where I earned experience covering fights, providing analytical content and writing news updates and feature content. I was a member of the staff until June of 2019.

I joined The Body Lock in March of 2019. Here, I interview fighters, cover live events and write news, investigative pieces, profiles and features.

The Body Lock 

PFL stands by decision to book Schulte vs. Ronson after weigh-in snafu

Kevin Syler embraces pioneer role as a Bolivian MMA fighter

Opinion: Henry Cejudo is not the long-term flyweight savior the division sought after

Gerald Harris remains committed to MMA at the age of 39

FanSided MMA

Opinion: Should the winner of Gustafsson vs. Smith get another crack at Jon Jones?

Garry Tonon wants a rematch with Kron Gracie in MMA

Kamaru Usman needs to keep composure to find victory

Penn State men’s lacrosse

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Penn State men’s lacrosse was the first beat I covered as a member of The Daily Collegian in spring of 2018, and I returned to the beat in 2019.

2019

Wearing No. 11: How tragedy built tradition for Penn State men’s lacrosse 

From rivals to teammates: A look at Penn State men’s lacrosse’s connection with The Haverford School and Malvern Prep

Gerard Arceri’s road to recovery

2018

Penn State men’s lacrosse’s family mentality starts with the coaching staff at the top

How Chris Sabia completes the locker room dynamic