— New York Liberty (@nyliberty) July 12, 2020
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Monday, July 13, 2020
Hoos in the Bubble
On Friday, WNBA teams began preseason workouts inside its “bubble” at the IMG Academy in Orlando. First-round draft pick Jocelyn Willoughby is hard at work, per social media updates from her team, the New York Liberty.
ICYMI: Paul Kosanovich wasn't sure he wanted to make the 19-hour drive to play one month of summer league baseball in a small Texas town. After an impressive month — he leads the league in strikeouts — Kosanovich is glad he made the trek. https://t.co/mSsgQhq2G5
— Bennett Conlin (@BennettConlin) July 10, 2020
Bennett Conlin of the Daily Progress caught up with Paul Kosanovich who is pitching in a summer league in Texas, and putting up some impressive numbers. As of the writing of the article, Kosonovich leads the league in strikeouts with 50, while also sporting a remarkable 1.03 ERA in 26 1/3 innings of work. Read the full story here.
Spina bifida left Anna Williamson paralyzed below the knee, but the lone female manager for UVa men's basketball won't let that slow her down. The bright basketball mind and die-hard UVa supporter is in the early stages of her basketball career. https://t.co/cdLYxeTr0V
— Bennett Conlin (@BennettConlin) July 12, 2020
Also from Bennett Conlin is this wonderful feature on @UVAMensHoops student manager Anna Williamson.