About Me

 

Welcome to my site! Thanks for checking it out. I'm Adam, and I'm an award-winning sports reporter always on the hunt for new and fascinating stories to tell.

In two and a half years at the Washington Times, I covered three championships – a Stanley Cup, a WNBA title and a World Series – plus everything from Thanksgiving NFL football to the world of lightsaber combat. I was humbled and honored to win the Society of Professional Journalists D.C. chapter's 2020 Dateline Award for sports writing at a daily newspaper.

My work has been featured in the Washington Post, the Baltimore SunThe Hockey News in Canada and the Newark Star-Ledger. Before the Times, I got my start at the Capital-Gazette in Annapolis, Md., covering high school and Navy sports.

I hold a master's degree in multiplatform journalism from the University of Maryland's Philip Merrill College of Journalism. I also graduated summa cum laude from DeSales University in Center Valley, Pa., with a double major in communication and sport management.

Growing up in New Jersey, I was a New York Jets fan, which probably played a role in forming my tendency to root for the underdog. I'm also interested in everything from musical theater to politics to video games. Unlike the average millennial, the Billy Joel songbook means quite a lot to me.

Feel free to explore my site and reach out with the "Talk to me" feature!