Readying for 2023 ODB Season with 2022 Article Review

2022 article review

At the beginning of last year, one of my Twitter pals and fellow Baylor alumni Matt encouraged me to become part of the Our Daily Bears team as a contributor and I gladly accepted! Our Daily Bears is the official SBNation blog for Baylor Athletics that’s one of, if not the most read fan sites by Baylor fans. I’ve been reading and following the blog for the past several years since I really got into sports and Twitter. I’ve always appreciated the content put out, especially during football season where I learned more about new recruits, team updates, etc. One of the best parts of contributing under Matt’s leadership is that ODB is putting out stories about (almost) all of the Baylor sports instead of just Football and Men’s Basketball like before. Last Spring I wrote about Men’s and Women’s Tennis (2022 article review pieces listed), which I’m extremely familiar with since I worked as the student contact for WT in college and my family has a close friendship with head coach Joey Scrivano. Tennis is a short but extremely busy season with matches scheduled on multiple days throughout the week. It was a bit difficult to view the matches, create box scores, review points on Baylor WT and MT twitter accounts, and follow up with recaps scheduled for posting immediately following the final sets, but I somehow made it work (even with a four hour time difference)! I’m proud of how hard I worked to write and publish tennis pieces throughout last Spring, so here’s my 2022 article review of pieces listed below by most recent posting! I wanted to post a 2022 article review as I’m not only writing about tennis in my sophomore year, but I’m also the Spring sports editor in charge of all teams playing this season! I’ll continue covering primarily Men’s and Women’s Tennis, but I’ll hopefully gather other contributors to assist me with Baseball, Softball, Track & Field, and even more. Wish me luck!

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