Staff

Meet the Prime Time Sports Talk Team

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Sam Gordon / C.E.O., Lead New England Patriots Writer

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Gordon is the founder of Prime Time Sports Talk as well as the EVVY Award winning host of its weekly radio show on ETIN and Sports War Radio. Gordon has been keeping his followers up to date on all Patriots happenings for over a decade. In less than a year, Gordon authored over 30 exclusives on past and present football players including NFL legend Joe Namath.

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Nate Rollins / Site Designer, Assistant Editor, Lead Boston Red Sox Writer

Rollins is the site designer and editor of Red Sox Row. A junior journalism major at Emerson College, Rollins was brought to Fenway Park for the first time at the age five. Over the years, he was in the stands to witness the Mother’s Day Miracle and the David Well’s comebacker. He also serves as a voice on Prime Time Sports Talk on ETIN and Sports War Radio

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Kyle Bray /Co-Editor, Lead New England Revolution Writer

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Bray is a freshman journalism major at Emerson College. While he loves virtually all sports, soccer is his true passion. He also reports on sports for the Berkeley Beacon and the Bay State Herald.

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Davis Ender / Lead Boston Bruins Writer, NCAA Football Correspondent

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Ender was born and raised in Santa Clarita, California. He’s a die-hard sports fan, and has always loved hockey. Something about the combination of the NHL’s speed and physicality has always been entertaining to him.

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Dylan Corey / Lead Boston Celtics Writer

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Corey is a lifelong viewer of Boston sports and is majoring in Mass Media Communications at Henderson State University. While the 18-year-old follows all sports, he has an undying love for the Celtics and hopes to eventually cover them for a living.

 
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Nora Kent / Boston Bruins Contributor

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Kent is a student-athlete who’s been passionate about hockey for as long as she can remember. In the future, Kent hopes to become a TV personality reporting all things hockey, but for now she’s focusing on graduating high school and writing articles.

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Hannah Brewitt / Boston Red Sox Contributor

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Brewitt is a student-athlete at Emerson College where she studies Journalism. She is a New Hampshire native and has been a diehard New England sports viewer for as long as she can remember. She is pursuing a career in sports journalism with a focus on broadcast and print.

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Libby Sweeney / Boston Bruins Contributor

Sweeney is a writing student at Emerson College, and has always wanted to write about her favorite hockey team, the Boston Bruins. From New Hampshire, she grew up in a New England sports household all her life and has been exposed to all major sports, but fell in love with the game of hockey. Having followed the Bruins and rest of the NHL for years now, Sweeney brings a wealth of hockey knowledge and passion for the game wherever she goes.

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Patrick Mulligan / Boston Celtics Contributor

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Mulligan is a student at Emerson College and an avid sports fan. Growing up in New Jersey, he never really had “hometown teams”, so he’s excited to finally have all four major sports to watch and cover. He is pursuing a degree in journalism with a focus in print and broadcast.

 

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Jacob Solkoff / Boston Bruins Contributor, Boston Celtics Contributor, Boston Red Sox Contributor, New England Patriots Contributor

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Solkoff is originally from South Florida, but is attending Emerson College in Boston, MA as a journalism major, with a particular focus in sports. Solkoff’s favorite sports are baseball, football, and hockey.

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Cara Mooney / Boston Bruins Contributor

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Mooney is a freshman journalism major at Emerson College. She is a die-hard Boston sports fan, but passionately follows hockey. She is also writing for her own blog, The Fifth Line, where she gives her opinion, analysis, and coverage on the Boston Bruins.

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Jordan Leandre/ Editor-in-Chief, Boston Celtics Contributor, Boston Red Sox Contributor

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Leandre is a freshman journalism major at Emerson College. Growing up loving all Boston sports, the Barnstable native is most interested in and passionate about the Red Sox. He is also currently writing for his blog, The Fifth Line, where he is focusing on game recaps, as well as opinion-based pieces regarding Boston’s beloved baseball club.

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Jeremy Guerin /

Editor-in-Chief, Boston Bruins Contributor, Boston Celtics Contributor, Boston Red Sox Contributor, New England Patriots Contributor

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Jeremy is a freshman at Emerson College. He likes to write about the Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics and Bruins. He is a contributor on the hockey blog The Fifth Line, and has an Instagram, @bostonsports_central, where he posts daily Boston updates.

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Cullen McIntyre / Boston Red Sox Contributor

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McIntyre is a freshman at the University of Southern Maine studying media studies with a concentration in journalism. He has been passionate about sports since he can remember. He has always had a baseball hand and a love for every sport out there.

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Jaclyn Galvin is a sophomore Sports Communication major at Emerson College. She is originally from Whitman, MA and grew up as watching all things Patriots. Her involvement with the NFL’s Fuel Up to Play 60 program inspired her to pursue a career in sports.  

 

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