In this episode, ESPN's Tiffany Greene discusses becoming the first African American woman to call a nationally televised college football game. We also delve into where she draws her motivation from, challenges she's faced in the field and how we can reach more diversity and inclusion in sports media.
In this episode, Paige Mackenzie talks about making the transition from playing professionally into a broadcasting career, the challenges that women in golf face and how she’s balancing responsibilities as a new working mom.
National Pro Fastpitch Commissioner Cheri Kempf delves into a variety of topics, including the lack of media coverage surrounding women’s team sports, how she helped to secure the largest TV deal in the history of professional softball and what it takes to be a woman in sports management.
SEC Nation host and ESPN sideline reporter, Laura Rutledge joins us in this week’s Ball Like a Girl podcast to share her thoughts on ESPN’s dissolved partnership with Barstool Sports, offer a behind-the-scenes glimpse into SEC Nation, and discuss how she responds to negative viewers.
In this week's episode, Nicole Auerbach, who is a senior sports writer for The Athletic, shares insight into the day-to-day challenges female sports reporters face, how she found success early on in her career, and why she felt it was important to join the #MeToo campaign.
Welcome to Ball Like a Girl! In this episode, Olivia Stacey shares the inspiration behind the podcast, gives an overview of what listeners can expect, and previews our first official episode featuring Nicole Auerbach, senior writer with The Athletic.