Episode 6: Muslim hooper who set the high school scoring record in Massachusetts, beat Obama in a game of HORSE at the White House, and was banned from playing on the professional level because she wears a hijab; @Bilqis_AbdulQ.


Episode 5: Egyptian sports journalist based in Dubai. She has been the resident tennis expert at Sport360° since 2011, following both the ATP and WTA tours throughout the season; @ReemAbulleil


Safia Ahmad

Episode 76: media relations manager for Les Canadiennes of Canadian Women’s Hockey League and co-host of the Last Stretch Podcast@Safs_OnTheGo


Mina Ahmadi

Hot take (Dec ’18): Afghanistan Women’s National Team Player; @mina_ah7


Episode 96: a Ph.D. candidate and a researcher in comparative law at the University Toulouse-Capitole in France, whose research focuses on religious freedom, civil liberties, constitutional law, and human rights in Europe and North America; @RimSarah


Episode 69:  former collegiate golfer, wife of South African tennis pro, Kevin Anderson; @KelseyOAnderson


Hot Take (May ‘19): softball superstar with the Akron Racers, first woman to win a Rawlings Gold Glove Award; @aj_andrews_


Episode 81: assistant professor of sociology and faculty affiliate of gender studies at Mississippi State University and author of Kicking Center: Gender and the Selling of Women’s Professional Soccer@rallis2


Hot take (Feb ’18): Columnist and reporter for USA TODAY Sports; @nrarmour


Episode 82: Senior writer for the Athletic CFB and studio analyst at the Big Ten Network; @NicoleAuerbach


Hot take (Sep ’18)Episode 75, and Hot take (Dec ’18): a New York-based sportswriter who covers the WNBA and the NWHL; @elindsay08


Hot take (July ’18) and Hot take (Jan ’19): journalist and reporter, who covers women’s basketball for High Post Hoops; @WeGotGame2


Episode 4 and Episode 95: pop-culture-obsessed writer/reporter for espnW, covering various sports, LGBTQ policy and inclusion, as well as TV and film. They are also obsessed with the Bachelorette and is the unofficial Ninja Warrior beat writer; @katie_barnes3


Episode 42: Professor of History at the College of New Rochelle, a former senior research supervisor for NBC Olympic Sports across eight Olympic Games (she won an Emmy for her work at the London Olympics in 2012), and author of One Goal: A Coach, A Team, and the Game that Brought a Divided Town Together@bassab1


Episode 44: Instructor in the Department of Kinesiology at Penn State, advocate for disabled athletes and disability awareness in sport.

Dr. Jonna Belanger


Episode 65: writer and journalist on soccer, pop culture, and a wide range of topics, and co-host of the Portland Thorns-centered podcast Red Smoke Radio@BestKabest


Episode 27: writer and journalist who does digital and social for the American Hockey League, is site manager of the Ice Garden (SB Nation’s women’s hockey blog) and writes about the US women’s national team for The Athletic; @Hannah_Bevis1

Hannah Bevis


Episode 84: a forward for the WNBA’s Atlanta Dream; @moniquebillings


Episode 22 and Episode 60: WNBA Center with the Las Vegas Aces; @kelseybone3


Episode 62: Assistant Professor in the history and Afro-American studies departments at UW-Madison, focuses on African American history, U.S. history, and the history of sport in the twentieth century, author of the forthcoming The Match of Her Life: Althea Gibson, Icon and Instrument of Integration


Episode 100: NBA analyst for ESPN, formerly an analyst for WNBA, first female commentator to call a New York Knicks game on radio and television; @heydb

Doris Burke


Episode 48: standup comic, star of Take My Wife, host of the baseball podcast Three Swings@RheaButcher


Episode 74: former professional tennis player, tennis commentator, Emmy-winning reporter for HBO Real Sports, and Olympic commentator


Episode 21: guard for the WNBA’s LA Sparks,  musician, poet; @Pr3pE


Hot take (Dec ’18): retired professional women’s soccer player and an assistant coach for the Afghanistan Women’s National Soccer team; @H_C_Carter


Episode 30: a multimedia journalist and storyteller, and the senior editor for MLSsoccer.com, the digital content arm of Major League Soccer; @ariellec


Hot take (July ’18)Hot take (Sep ’18),  Hot take (Jan ’19), and Hot Take (April ’19): model, journalist, and reporter who covers the WNBA and NCAA women’s basketball, and a contributor at High Post Hoops; @ariivory


Episode 8 and Episode 77: point guard for the WNBA’s Connecticut Sun (formerly of the Atlanta Dream), a color analyst for the PAC-12 Network, and an activist; @Layshiac


Episode 33: a political columnist and culture critic, and host of '“With Friends Like These,” a podcast from Crooked Media; @anamariecox


Episode 79: one of the few women to serve as a ringside doctor for the New York Athletic Commission, author of Tooth and Nail: The Making of a Female Fight Doctor@DrLindaDahl


Episode 8Episode 20, and Episode 24: history professor at Penn State University whose work focuses on African American gender history, sports, politics, and the history of Black institutions. In 2016, she had a piece in the Radical History Reviewtitled, “No League of Their Own: Baseball, Black Women, and the Politics of Representation”@mirarose88


Episode 31: the first woman to publicly come forward with allegations against Larry Nassar

Rachael Denhollander


Episode 53: Washington Mystics #11, 2015 WNBA MVP, and 2013 WNBA Rookie of the Year; @De11eDonne


Episode 99: 52kg masters powerlifter, 2017 IPF Worlds, cultural anthropologist, fútbol nerd; @mm_forbis


Hot Take (April 2019): Nordic Hockey expert and writer at The Ice Garden; @fosterwrites

Meredith Foster


Episode 109: former captain of the US Women’s National Team, 2-time World Cup champion, and 2-time gold medalist; @JulieFoudy

Julie Foudy


Episode 2 and Episode 28: award-winning novelist, journalist, and essayist. Author of Baseball Life Advice: Loving the Game That Saved Me@MissStaceyMay


Episode 26: writer and poet. Their chapbook Parenthetical Bodies was released in 2017 by Subbed In@allisongallaghr


Episode 46: goalkeeper for Argentina’s National Women’s team; @gaby_garton


Episode 84: multimedia journalist in Vancouver, BC, who was the first woman on Hockey Night in Canada’s Punjabi edition as a digital content coordinator and host; @AmritG


Episode 89: a trans woman tackle football player who won a discrimination suit against a women’s tackle football team and league

Christina Ginther


Episode 44: NBC producer of the Olympics and Paralympics; @lena_moss

Lena Glaser


Episode 10: ESPN soccer analyst and sideline reporter who played soccer for Notre Dame, was drafted 11th by the Boston Breakers in 2002, and went on to be a WUSA All-Star. She joined the Mexican National Team in 1999, played in the 1999 Women´s World Cup, captained the team in the 2004 Athens Olympic Games and retired in 2011 with 89 caps and 11 goals; @MonicaGonzo


Episode 8: professor of sociology at the University of Toronto whose research focuses on how new and social media has changed social movement mobilization and political participation. She is an activist working on issues of queer and transgender inclusion in sports and higher education, and access to transgender health care. She also skates with Toronto Roller Derby, under the name Kate Silver; @alexhanna


Episode 8: editor and founder of the Victory Press, a publication dedicated to women’s sports and intersectional feminist issues related to sport; @zoeclaire_


Episode 92: founder of Black Girl Hockey Club, a teacher, a freelance writer, and a community organizer from Southern California; @BlackGirlHockey


Episode 18: co-host of ESPN’s SportsCenter at 6pm, aka The Six; @jemelehill


Episode 93: guard for Grambling State, who, in February 2019, became the first player in NCAA history with two career quadruple-doubles;  @shakylaa_


Episode 72: footballer and member of Trinidad & Tobago’s Women’s National Team; @iHUTCH_

Lauryn Hutchinson


Episode 40: 2018 Winter Olympian, long track speed skater, inline speed skater, and roller derby player; @ErinJackson480


Episode 64: Ultimate Frisbee athlete and freelance video producer, including on The Sky is Red, a documentary about the push for gender, race and class equity in the world of Ultimate Frisbee; @GNOME_mercy

Julia Johnson


Episode 28: professional ice hockey player for the NWHL’s Boston Pride; @kleaa42

Kaliya Johnson


Episode 38; an Associate Professor of American Studies at Middlebury College. Her book, Competing Visions: Media Sport and Transnational Koreas, details the significance of commercial mass-mediated sports in shaping ideas of Americanness and Koreanness in Korean/American communities.


Episode 10Episode 52 and Episode 105: anthropologist and bioethicist who works on gender, sexuality, race, the body, and sex testing, and is author of the upcoming book about testosterone titled T: The Unauthorized Biography@Karkazis


Episode 91: wears many hats at ESPN including longform work for ESPN Magazine, a TV talking head on programs like Around the Horn and Highly Questionable, and host of an NFL-themed podcast titled, appropriately, The Mina Kimes Show featuring Lenny (her dog); @minakimes


Episode 101: Goaltender with the Markham Thunder and Olympic ice hockey gold medalist; @27Knoxy

liz knox


Episode 31: Investigative reporter at the Indianapolis Star; @IndyMarisaK


Episode 15: Emmy-winning journalist, chief correspondent for the NFL Network, correspondent for HBO’s Real Sports, and legend; @Andrea_Kremer


Episode 16: legal analyst and anchor at ESPN who provides legal commentary on civil and criminal issues in the sports world; @AdrienneLaw


Episode 29: outsider hitter on the Penn State volleyball team; 2016 American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) First Team All-American and unanimous All-Big Ten selection


Episode 51: Michigan State student, gymnast, and Nassar survivor; @lindseylemke


Episode 12: Metis runner and activist, participant in the North American Indigenous Games 2017, and an activist bringing attention to Missing and Murdered Indigenous women in Canada@tracieleost

Tracie Léost


Episode 43: Head Coach of the Afghan Women’s National Football team; @coachaffwnt


Episode 61: football/soccer expert who works for the MLS team Minnesota United and is a diehard Team Mexico fan; @lopezjrae

Jessica Lopez


Episode 39: Washington NFL team beat reporter for the Washington Post; @ByKimberleyA


Episode 94: former gymnast and pole vaulter, professional climber, and competitor on American Ninja Warrior; @MeaganMartin89


Hot take (Sep ’18): soccer writer and editor for SB Nation; @lgbtqfc


Episode 78: veteran goalkeeper for the Jamaican National Team

Nicole McClure


Episode 23: center for the WNBA’s Atlanta Dream, poet, and mental-health advocate; @imanitrishawn_


Episode 106: writer and assistant professor with @RockEthicsPSU at Penn State focusing on intersex and trans studies, as well as co-organizer of HomoClimbtastic, which hosts the largest Climbing Convention of LGBTQIA+ climbers every year; @HilaryMalatino


Episode 104: Freeride World Tour Champion snowboarder and director of the documentary about Iceland and gender equity titled A Land Shaped by Women; @annefloremarxer

Anne-Flore Marxer


Episode 49: Cyclist attempting to become the first ever African-American pro female road racer; @ayesuppose


Episode 50: Head Coach of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, who won the national championship in 2001 and 2018; @MuffetMcGraw


Episode 110: Veteran goalkeeper for the Canadian women’s national team (Olympic bronze medalists) and formerly a part of the NWSL; @erinmcleod18

Erin Mcleod


Episode 111: Ultimate frisbee coach and researcher, head coach of the New York Gridlock in the Premier Ultimate League; @eileencmurray

Eileen Murray


Episode 33: a citizen of Cherokee Nation, a two spirit (queer) woman, writer and a community organizer; @rebeccanagle


Episode 83: commissioner of the West Coast Conference; @GloNevarez 


Episode 23: professor of Sociology at Ryerson University whose research focuses on the mediated representation of marginalized groups and and socio-cultural aspects sport


Episode 11 and Hot Take (June ’18): senior writer for the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA), host of their podcast WTA Insider, and co-host of the tennis-themed podcast No Challenges Remaining@FortyDeuceTwits

Courtney Nguyen


Episode 70: guard for the WNBA’s New York Liberty, UConn alum, member of Canadian women’s basketball team; @KayNurse11


Episode 13: editor of The Women’s Game and THE expert on all things women’s soccer/football; @AnnOdong

Ann Odong


Episode 80: professor in the UCLA Department of World Arts Cultures/Dance and author of Risk, Failure, Play: What Dance Reveals about Martial Arts Training@jayboshea


Episode 32: volleyball player and coaching legend

Sylvia Ortiz


Episode 45: former Div I basketball player, reporter, and author of The Rebounders: A Division I Basketball Journey@amandaottaway


Episode 43: former member of the Afghan Women’s National Football team; @khalida_popal


Episode 39: New England Patriots beat reporter for the Boston Globe; @NoraPrinciotti

Nora Princiotti


Episode 90: Florida State University Sport Management PhD student whose research covers MMA, esports, pro-wrestling, and gender;  @AllyQuinney

Ally Quinney


Episode 8: freelance sports writer and data journalist, former assistant general manager for the Sonoma Stompers, and co-host of the Hardball Times podcast@jenmacramos


Episode 103: Head coach and general manager for the Minnesota Lynx, four time WNBA league champion; @LynxCoachReeve

Cheryl Reeve


Episode 37: college basketball and WNBA analyst and host of Around the Rim, a women’s basketball podcast; @LaChinaRobinson


Episode 55: ESPN reporter, writer, and play-by-play commentator; @sportsiren

Holly Rowe


Episode 54: Professor of History at American University, author of Jack Johnson, Rebel Sojourner: Boxing in the Shadow of the Global Color Line, and former professional dancer with the Toronto Raptors; @DrTRunstedtler


Episode 102: Filmmaker, director of the film Roll Red Roll; @fancynancynyc

Nancy Schwartzman


Episode 42: queer Canadian non-fiction writer and serves on the board of directors for Pride House International; @kephsenett


Episode 58; editorial and communications director of Neutral Zone, writer at College Hockey News and the Victory Press@icehockeystick


Episode 95: journalist, founder of Tits and Sass@SusanElizabeth


Episode 36: double gold medalist boxer, 2014 and 2016 World Champion, Pro Super Middleweight; @Claressashields


Episode 72: professional footballer and member of the Jamaican Women’s National Team; @L0Silver

Lauren Silver


Episode 24 and Episode 107: former Brazilian national football player, winner of the Golden Boot and Silver Ball in the 1999 World Cup

Sissi (Sisleide do Amor Lima)


Episode 98: offensive assistant coach with the San Francisco 49ers; @KatieSowers


Hot take (June ’18) and Hot take (Sep ’18): former Div III basketball player at Manhattanville College who protested the anthem while in college, education organizer with the New York Civil Liberties Union; @mstonij 


Episode 66: a PhD candidate in Women’s Studies at the University of Maryland interested in feminist economics, sexualization of female athletes and transnational feminisms; @IDonotCara


Episode 25: senior editor at Sports Illustrated and author of 90% of the Game is Half Mental: And Other Tales from the Edge of Baseball Fandom@emmaspan


Episode 59; former UConn Huskie, 6th player drafted in 2018 WNBA draft, forward for the Dallas Wings; @AzuraStevens


Episode 58: researches hockey, citizenship, and race, assistant editor of Hockey in Society, creator of Offside Plays@courtneyszto


Episode 24: former Brazilian national football player

Tafa (Marcia Taffarel)


Hot take (July ’18)Episode 68Hot take (Oct ’18), Hot take (Feb ’19) and Episode 106: a writer who often covers baseball, the sport she loves; @curlyfro



Episode 103: Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer for MLB

Renée Tirado


Episode 67: sexual assault survivor and advocate, founder of Set The Expectation@brendatracy24


Episode 71: writer for The New York Times, California Sunday, and Pacific Standard, and author of American Chinatown: A People’s History of Five Neighborhoods@bonnietsui


Episode 53: In 1968, Tyus became the first person ever to win gold medals in the 100-meter sprint in two consecutive Olympic Games, a feat that would not be repeated for twenty years or exceeded for almost fifty


Episode 41: US Olympic ski jumper, former world medalist; @lindseyvan


Episode 57: Argentine radio and TV sports broadcaster, called matches for Telemundo Deportes for 2018 World Cup; @viviana_vila

Viviana Vila


Episode 73: ESPN reporter who covers women’s college basketball and the WNBA among other things; @MechelleV 

Mechelle Voepel


Episode 14: associate editor at The Undefeated, where she writes a lot about a variety topics in sports, race, and culture; @InstantRHIplay


Episode 17: reporter at The Washington Post covering college sports, tennis, and sometimes other stuff; @avarwallace


Episode 63: Professor of German Studies and Comparative Literature at Michigan, whose works focuses relationship between philosophy, literature, and figuration from the 18th to the 20th century, and co-author of It’s Football, Not Soccer (And Vice Versa)@silkiestmaria


Episode 68: center-forward for the WNBA’s Atlanta Dream; @E_Williams_1


Episode 9Hot Take (Jan ’19) and Hot Take (May ‘19): freelance soccer writer who covers the USWNT for Stars and Stripes FC and the Boston Breakers for The Bent Musket, and co-hosts the podcast 2 Drunk Fans@thrace

Stephanie Yang


Episode 47: Assistant Professor of Journalism at Quinnipiac University; @mollyyanity


Episode 109: former soccer player with the Nigerian Olympic team and Super Falcons, currently a coach and educator with grassroots soccer communities in Finland

Ayisat Yusuf