A study for the Shirley Povich Center for Sports Journalism examined media coverage of Northwestern players’ attempt to unionize, with a specific focus on how both the unionizing players and college sports establishment were framed.
Twenty years after the World Cup came to the United States, soccer seems to have established, for now, a media beachhead in mainstream American sports culture. Alex Holt examines the coverage of this year’s World Cup.
Sasho Cirovski has seen tremendous transformation during his 22-year tenure as head soccer coach at the University of Maryland, but he continues to look towards the future to create the best possible product for the game of soccer and for his Terrapin squad.
We know from the beginning of the book that the University of Washington men’s crew team went on to win gold at the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin. The trick is to get readers to care about the story anyhow — and Brown absolutely scores, writes Merrill College graduate student Alex Holt.