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My name is Joe Tansey and I am a World Football Featured Columnist that focuses on MLS, the United States national team and the English Premier League. I also cover college basketball.
I graduated from Rowan University in 2012 with a degree in Communication Studies.
Outside of B/R, I write about high-school sports for the Burlington County (NJ) Times where I cover every sport imaginable.
You can also follow me on Twitter, @JTansey90.
You're more than welcome, Joe.
I am working on a research project regarding the USWNT. Is there anyone I can contact with questions?
Absolutely no problem, Joe. Cheers!
You are one of my favorite writers here on B/R, keep up the good work!
No problem, Joe. Cracking read as always.
No worries, Joe! They both sounded like pretty bizarre incidents to be honest. Keep up the good work!
No problem, Joe. Always a pleasure!
Glad to help, Joe.
No worries, Joe. Glad I could help.
I am a founder of the National Collegiate Student Section Association, and we are planning a national convention.
The National Collegiate Student Section Association is an organization focused on enhancing and improving the collegiate student fan experience across the nation. It is our goal to bring student section leaders together to collaborate and build a stronger collegiate atmosphere while utilizing integrity and sportsmanship.
We want to unite a nation of student sections. One of the ways that we will do this is through our First Annual NCSSA National Convention. At that convention, we will be building a community that can address the issues faced amongst student-fans, including how to increase student attendance at all athletic events. We want each participant to walkaway with the knowledge and tools to not only make their student section the best that it can possibly be, but also to have a huge impact on their respective campuses.
Some of the workshops that will be lead at the conference are social media, leadership strategies, problems facing different sizes of schools, intraconference issues, and sportsmanship. The conference will take place over the course of four days in the middle of June.
This is the first time that student sections from across the national and from different NCAA conferences will all come together in the same room, and we believe that the amount of positive change that can stem from this convention can change the landscape of collegiate athletics.
I would love to be in touch to talk about this more in depth.