This past week we traveled across country to Northridge, Calif., for a Thanksgiving tournament. It was my first visit to California, and even though it was a business trip, we also got to have a little fun, too.
Saturday was the last Ole Miss home game of the season, the most exciting by far. It was rivalry week, and the Rebels trounced the much-hated Mississippi State Bulldogs 41-24, ending their three-game Egg Bowl losing streak.
This year, I am especially thankful for the blessings that playing my sport has come with. In particular, I’m grateful to be a part of the Trojan Family. Like many NCAA Division-I athletes, between playing my sport and having to handle all of my school responsibilities, there often isn’t time to make the journey home (to Illinois) for Thanksgiving.
One of the great things about going to Penn State is you are immediately welcomed into a community that feels like a family. You have the chance to meet some pretty amazing people, simply based on the connection of your shared love for the university.
Duke soccer star Natasha Anasi talks to her teammate Avery Rape about her lifelong love for the Broncos, her collection of Denver jerseys and her biggest Broncos crush, Ed McCaffrey.
Hi women’s basketball fans! This is Haley Peters, a junior forward for the Duke Blue Devils. As the season officially got started this past weekend, we have yet to play a game. We are deep in the process of getting better every day, getting the freshmen acclimated to our system and standards and trying to build on the lessons we’ve learned and experience we’ve gained from last year and this summer.
There is so much hype surrounding the beginning of college hoops season, and I am sure everyone was eager to get back on the court for their openers this past week. There is nothing quite like the adrenaline rush of playing college basketball.
Duke soccer player Natasha Anasi talks with her teammate Erin Koballa about volunteering at the Duke Lemur Center and her plans to study veterinary medicine.
My dad, Thomas Williford, is an Air Force officer with 25 years of service and is still on active duty, assigned to the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. His Air Force call sign is Tee. He joined the Air National Guard when he was 16 to pay for his college education.
There are moments in life when the whole world seems to freeze, and all that's left is you and your thoughts. For some, this moment might come just before a huge test, or the day of their wedding. For me, it happened at the age of 18.
Veterans Day serves as a day to reflect on the awesomeness of being American. We have unparalleled freedoms that were not free. These freedoms were fought for and continue as a result of those past and present veterans who boldly wear the U.
It has been 221 days since my last game, yet I still remember it clearly. I was on the bench because I had fouled out (Brittney tends to have that effect, I say jokingly). There were a few minutes left on the clock.
It’s everyone’s favorite time of the year and, no, I don’t mean Christmas; it’s playoff time! In preparation for our first playoff game our team has been busy with school, soccer and most important, creating the perfect costumes and entertainment for our annual House Tour spectacular.
Duke soccer player Natasha Anasi and her teammates are excited about their No. 3 seed and first-round matchup against Loyola Maryland in the NCAA tournament.
Now that I've introduced myself, I think it is most appropriate that you meet my teammates, considering they are who I'll be writing about the majority of the time. The Lady Lions are from all over the country, and each brings a unique personality and character to our team.