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A Golden NBA Season for Students and Alumni

6-26-2015 A Golden NBA Season for Students and Alumni

The USF Sport Management Program is proud to recognize our alumni and current students who worked in the NBA this season.

Soaking Up Sport Management

6-11-2015 Soaking Up Sport Management

Recent alum, Will Maldonado, shares how he utilized the tools, knowledge, and network provided by the USF Sport Management Program to find and create opportunities in sports media.

It Takes a Pro to Manage Community Rec Leagues

5-26-2015 It Takes a Pro to Manage Community Rec Leagues

As Director of Youth and Adult Sports at the Uptown Whittier YMCA, recent Sport Management graduate Gina-Marie DiPierro loves working at the grass-roots level of sports and guiding young athletes into their sports careers.

Just Dream It

5-7-2015 Just Dream It

As lead Social Media Specialist for Nike's football (US), baseball, and training categories, USF Sport Management alumnus Geoffrey White activates the Nike brand and develops consumer conversations in the digital space.

From Humble Beginnings to the Major Leagues

4-24-2015 From Humble Beginnings to the Major Leagues

Sport Management alumnus, Benjamin Aziz, started with a Golden State Warriors internship and is now the Vice President of Strategic Initiatives for the Sacramento Republic FC.

The Amazing All-Star Ashley Atwell

4-16-2015 The Amazing All-Star Ashley Atwell

USF Sport Management checks in with alumnae Ashley Atwell, Team Digital Products Account Coordinator for the NBA.

USF Students Attend, Present at Baseball Analytics Conference

4-2-2015 USF Students Attend, Present at Baseball Analytics Conference

Six current USF Sport Management Master's students had a ball participating in the Society for American Baseball Research Analytics Conference

Santa and Reindeer in June? Just Another Fun Day at the Office in Sports

3-27-2015 Santa and Reindeer in June? Just Another Fun Day at the Office in Sports

With the 2015 Major League Baseball season beginning on Sunday, April 5th, here is a story about one of our current students, Megan Ebeck, and a fun project she worked on with the Los Angeles Angels.

Alumna Samantha Talavera Leaves Bleacher Report, Scores Media Job in Las Vegas

3-11-2015 Alumna Samantha Talavera Leaves Bleacher Report, Scores Media Job in Las Vegas

Talavera advises Haymon Boxing Management in their handling of boxers Floyd Mayweather Jr., Adrien Broner, Danny Garcia, and others.

In Their Own Words: Students Reflect on 10 Days of Sport in South Africa

3-5-2015 In Their Own Words: Students Reflect on 10 Days of Sport in South Africa

This past January, current Sport Management completed their global immersion elective and reflect on their experiences in South Africa.


 

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Natalie Bohonsky was born and raised in Plano, Texas where she was a competitive gymnast since the age of seven. Gymnastics took her to the University of Arkansas where she was a member of the team for two years. After retiring from gymnastics after her sophomore year, she worked with the team as the media relations assistant and videographer. After graduating in May of 2013 with a B.A. in broadcast journalism, she moved to San Francisco to begin the University of San Francisco's Sport Management Master's Program on July 10th. She is a part of Cohort 39. Currently, Natalie works for the Oakland Raiders in Premium Services, as well as a recreational gymnastics coach at American Gymnastics Club. She is also interning for the Academy of Art University with marketing, media and the student-athlete academic committee.