Ken's work has found a home in excess of 100 outlets across the United States; among them, the Associated Press, Philadelphia Daily News, Boston Herald, Houston Chronicle, Baltimore Sun, Tampa Times, Register-Guard, Providence Journal, Portland Press Herald. et al. He has appeared in sport-specific publications-The Sporting News, Yahoo Sports, USCHO, National Masters News, New England Hockey Journal, Track and Field News, Velo-News, USA Cycling, and more. Ken has reported on events including the Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League, the Stanley Cup, International World Cup of Hockey, USA Indoor Track and Field Championships, The AHL Calder Cup playoffs, The Gold Cup of Soccer, UCI World Cycling Road Championships, the New England Patriots, the Beanpot, MiLB, WUSA, MLS, USA Women's National Hockey Team, NCAA Frozen Four, NCAA Softball, Penn Relays and multiple NCAA regional championships. Recently he completed a eight year stint as the senior track and field writer at National Masters News and is currently photographing professional endurance sports for new outlets. He's a member of (SABR) the Society of American Baseball Research. Among his favorite one-on-one interviews; Sir Roger Bannister and Ken Dryden

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