Jeffrey Newholm
About Jeffrey Newholm
Hey there! I’m Jeff Newholm and depending on your point of view I’m blessed or cursed that my two favorite sports are outside the limelight. Being a UW-Whitewater grad (winter 2013) my first love was d3 college football, but over the last few years I have picked up a huge interest in woman’s basketball (Uconn being my favorite team as their 90 game winning streak helped show me how good a team can get in the woman’s game). I like all the sports everyone else likes (NFL, NBA, MLB, NCAA basketball and football) but those two sports are where I really have a passion.
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South Carolina Basketball Routs Uconn

February 12, 2020 0

South Carolina women’s basketball team routed Uconn 70-52 Monday night, reinforcing its status as the nation’s top team. The Gamecocks have faced Uconn in numerous massive clashes before but always fell. Uconn even humbled USC […]

Oregon Basketball Battles Uconn Monday

February 3, 2020 0

“Humph. The regular season means nothing!” I feel your pain; surely, only the tournament matters in college. Well, maybe not. True, the playoffs mean the most for Oregon basketball and Uconn in 2020. However, sometimes there’s […]

USA Basketball Defeats Uconn

January 29, 2020 2

Kobe Bryant’s death rocked the basketball world and Uconn’s world specifically before Monday’s thrilling yet emotional exhibition in Hartford. The USA Basketball Olympic team is barnstorming the US before Tokyo. Oregon defeated the All-Stars in […]

WNBA 2020 Schedule Released

January 18, 2020 0

After an uncertain 2019 season, the WNBA schedule for 2020 promises incredible basketball excitement. New aspects of the schedule promise to build on the crucial new CBA as 11 teams chase the defending champion Washington […]

WNBA CBA Clears Lane For Prosperity

January 17, 2020 0

The new WNBA CBA bolsters the progressive league’s standing, removing a pall of uncertainty. The new agreement significantly boosts salaries and marketing expenditures while expanding maternity care. However, what are the biggest strengths of the […]

NCAAW: Top 10 Stories To Watch

November 18, 2019 0

By: Jeffrey Newholm For REAL basketball fans, the NBA may not be enough. But who wants to watch the stinky college men with so much corruption and a meaningless regular season? No worries, ladies to […]

NBA Opening: 6 Areas To Watch

October 10, 2019 1

By: Jeffrey Newholm Are you ready for some basketball? Some (every)night party? That’s right; programmers no longer confine us to the tyranny of weekends for fall thrills. The NBA tips Tuesday, October 22nd, and three […]

2019 WNBA Finals: Mystics Pray for Sunset

September 28, 2019 0

By Jeffrey Newholm After a mostly predictable playoff, top seeds Washington and Connecticut advanced to the 2019 WNBA Finals, tipping off Sunday. Both teams seek their first title in a matchup of Washington’s MVP, Elena […]

WNBA Wednesday: Playoff First Round

September 9, 2019 2

It’s too bad NFL football is only on Sunday Sunday and Monday Sunday, Monday, Thursday, and sometimes Saturday. But what about Wednesday? No worries, because the ladies will come to the rescue. Two win-or-go-home first-round […]

WNBA Sky Thrive in Basketball Underground

September 2, 2019 0

By: Jeffrey Newholm Chicago is home of several of the country’s best sports teams. From the Blackhawks to the Bears, and the Sky; wait, the who? With the Bulls penned into a dirty sty, the […]

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