Dear Younger Me: Don’t be Afraid

By: @AndrewSproul90 While my career is still young and I continue my search for the next opportunity to learn, these are things I wish I could tell my younger self. Dear Younger Me: 1. Don’t Be Afraid Your fear of reaching out and talking to someone in the athletics department could have given you 1–2 years earlier start

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Craving Leadership

By: Nicole Boyett, @nicolecbo “Attitude reflect leadership, Captain.” When I graduated from the University of Florida, my parents gave me a journal meant to keep the thoughts I felt so compelled to write down. I thought I’d never use it. Then I realized how quickly your memory could deteriorate after college. Now, I use the

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Now, Later and Forever

By: Olivia Phelps, @OliviaGPhelps It took me until the summer before my sophomore year of college to realize I wanted to pursue a career in sports journalism — that summer was five years ago. Since then I became the Sports Editor of my college newspaper, interned at the Washington Times, covered Georgetown women’s basketball, blogged for ESPN,

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Get Comfortable Being Uncomfortable

By: Sam Shields, @samshieldss The sport industry is comprised of those with years of experience, all of which have their own unique story to tell. The journey to success within any given profession is often a long and curvy one, and without guidance from those who have done it before you, especially in an industry

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