The past year has truly been a whirlwind.
Exactly 365 days ago, I was just over two months into my time as a postgrad intern at NCAA Digital under Turner Sports and Warner Bros. Discovery after graduating from Boston University in the spring. I probably was working on one of my weekly college features for NCAA.com.
Fast forward a few months, and I was covering my first event at Fenway Park. No, it wasn’t a Red Sox game, but rather, the Fenway Bowl between Louisville and Cincinnati. In a couple of weeks, the gridiron was gone – replaced by a hockey rink. I lived at Fenway for the first weekend of January, photographing, videoing and writing about the men’s and women’s college hockey doubleheaders at Frozen Fenway before doing the same for the men’s and women’s Beanpots a month later.
After making it through the college hockey regular season and most of March Madness, well, madness, it was off to Tampa to cover the men’s Frozen Four, where Quinnipiac took home its first national title.