Awesome Sports Project

Inspiring girls' and women's voices in sports


Interviews & Conversations

Interview with Taryn Atlee: Love and Passion for the Game

BY HALEY HANSON | EDITORIAL INTERN Since middle school, I have loved every minute of watching college softball, especially at the University of Washington. Currently, the Huskies softball team is ranked fifth in the nation. They are playing in post... Continue Reading →


Interview with Carly Fromdahl: A Coach and Player of the Game

BY HALEY HANSON | EDITORIAL INTERN I had the privilege to meet up with Carly Fromdahl, a two-sport athlete in high school and a Division I basketball player in college. She loves her sport so much she now dedicates her... Continue Reading →

Interview with Kyla Ross: Inspiring Others to Strive for Success

BY GRACE GELONE | EDITORIAL INTERN As a college freshman, I have come to enjoy watching gymnastics, a sport that I had not previously been exposed to. The women’s gymnastics team at UCLA is ranked third in the nation and... Continue Reading →

Interview with Lindsey Blaine: Life as a Multi-Sport Athlete

BY LAUREN LUND | EDITORIAL INTERN I chose to interview Lindsey Blaine, a former high school and Division-I athlete. Before interviewing her, I was interested in the fact that she had played three sports in high school, but little did... Continue Reading →

Interview with Mercedes Wetmore: A Dual-Sport Student-Athlete

BY OLIVIA SKIBIEL | EDITORIAL INTERN It’s not incredibly hard to find an elite collegiate athlete, but to find a dual-sport collegiate player is remarkable. Mercedes Wetmore is one of those exceptional athletes, playing both softball and basketball at the... Continue Reading →

Interview with Katherine Rowe: The Ultimate Coach

BY BETHANY ELDRIDGE | EDITORIAL INTERN I was an awkward and lanky preteen back in 2012. I wore my hair in a low ponytail, accompanied by shorts that covered everything down to my shins, my social life consisting of watching... Continue Reading →

Interview with Ashley Graham: Passion

BY DAVI BORROMEO | EDITORIAL INTERN Many athletes start out as being the kid that was put onto a sports team by their parents. Some of those kids tried it once and moved on to something else; others grew to... Continue Reading →

Interview with Lindsey Wilson: Basketball as a Social and Cultural Phenomenon

by MARIKA KROMBERG UNDERWOOD | EDITORIAL INTERN Understanding the role of basketball as a cultural phenomenon has always been important to me. Many of athletes, including myself, have played this sport three times a week since we were six years... Continue Reading →

Interview with Kristin Ebeling: “You Got to Stand Up”

By Melina Monlux, Editorial Intern Stereotypes are rampant in our world. They are entrenched in our society, in our ideals, but they do not miraculously appear from nothing. They are taught. This means they can be changed, broken, and shattered.... Continue Reading →

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