I was born and raised in Sioux Falls. I graduated from Sioux Falls Christian High School in 2009 and from the University of Sioux Falls in 2013. At USF, I majored in Media Studies with an emphasis in journalism. In the Media Studies program, I dabbled in all aspects of journalism. First, I was the sports editor and reporter for the newspaper, the Vessel. Second, I was an anchor/producer/reporter for College Week (30-minute television show). Lastly, I was a DJ for KCFS 94.5 (student radio station). At ESPN 99.1, I am a freelance sports writer. I write local and national articles, and a weekly Game of the Week story featuring a high school football game. When I am not writing for ESPN 99.1, he is filming and editing sports games at KDLT-News in Sioux Falls. I loves all sports, but loves basketball and football the most.
Johnny Manziel Talks Football, Controversy at SEC Media Day
College football is almost upon us, and Wednesday Texas A&M Aggies and Heisman quarterback Johnny Manziel spoke with reporters at SEC Media Day about his offseason. Manziel even told reporters that he feels like Justin Bieber or something.
Top Home Runs of All-Time
"It's going back, back, back...it's gone!" It's the sweet sound of the home runs, and Monday night in New York, the annual Home Run Derby featured Prince Fielder, Chris Davis, Robinson Cano, Yoenis Cespedes, David Wright, Pedro Alvarez, Michael Cuddyer, and Bryce Har…
University of Minnesota to Upgrade Facilities
On Wednesday, University of Minnesota athletic director Norwood Teague went before the Board of Regents and presented the first part of a $190 million, six to eight year building plan to upgrade the Minnesota Golden Gophers facilities.
South Dakota Golf Association Match Play Starts Friday
This summer, the South Dakota Golf Association men and women's match play will both tee off on the same course for the first time at the Brookings Country Club.
Can the Twins Get Some Relief?
The Minnesota Twins need the All-Star break. The Twins fell Thursday, 4-3 and lost for the 11th time in 12 games.
Caleb Thielbar To See Increased Role
The Star Tribune reports that Minnesota Twins and former South Dakota State left-handed pitcher Caleb Thielbar will see an increased role in late-game situations and has a new nickname.
Former Mitchell Boys Basketball Coach Gary Munsen Receives National Award
Former Mitchell High School boys basketball Coach Gary Munsen was named the Boys Basketball Coach of the Year by the National High School Athletic Coaches Association at a banquet Wednesday night in Des Moines.
NBA Finals Game 7 Preview: Heat vs. Spurs
It's do or die for an NBA championship in South Beach for the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs in Game 7 of the NBA Finals. There's 48 minutes left until an NBA champion will be crowned in the biggest game of the sports, Game 7.
Minnesota Twins, Kohl Stewart Close to Agreement on Contract
The Minnesota Twins and first-round draft pick Kohl Stewart, are close to signing a deal. Last week, Stewart told the Twins he would pursue baseball rather than play football at Texas A&M.
Is June the Most Underrated Sports Month?
All of those months are solid, but the one month that may top them all, and may be the most underrated sports month, is June.