The Different Textures Feel Me Grow

About six years ago I started running more seriously. What first started out with slow two-milers evolved into even slower five milers, and then slow 10ks, and then fast 10ks, and then semi-paced half marathons. My love for running doesn’t come from the need to exercise or “stay in shape.” As a college-level basketball player,Continue reading “The Different Textures Feel Me Grow”

Becky Tyler’s Eight Years as the Women’s Basketball Coach at Bryn Mawr College: “There’s Still So Much to be Grateful For”

I knew Bryn Mawr was the place I wanted to be about four months into 2018. Five months prior if you had told me I’d be attending Bryn Mawr College, I would ask you how do you spell that? Where in the world is it even? And it’s a historically women’s college? Bryn Mawr wasContinue reading “Becky Tyler’s Eight Years as the Women’s Basketball Coach at Bryn Mawr College: “There’s Still So Much to be Grateful For””

Some Detailed thoughts on the book Across the Line: Profiles In Basketball Courage: Tales Of The First Black Players In The ACC and SEC by Barry Jacobs

Over the past year our country has been forced to have conversations about the historical and systemic oppression against people of color in our society. The murder of black people in this country can now be filmed- which has sparked outrage and conversations like never before. Both the killing of George Floyd and my ownContinue reading “Some Detailed thoughts on the book Across the Line: Profiles In Basketball Courage: Tales Of The First Black Players In The ACC and SEC by Barry Jacobs”