Meet the TitleTown Sports Team

In addition to following the TitleTown team members individually, you can also follow TitleTown Sports on Twitter, where new article announcements, game commentary, and news pertaining to future shows will be posted.

adam Adam Rioux is president and founder of the TitleTown Sports Network.

Adam  serves as Titletown’s Celtics beat writer and is also the host of

“The Jungle” on TitileTown Sports Radio. Adam has been in the

Boston blogging community for 5 years contributing work to various

sites. He quite possibly could be Kevin Garnett’s biggest fan.

Follow Adam on Twitter:@Celtics4life26

image Frank O’Laughlin is a diehard hockey fan and life long Bruins fanatic.

Frank works as a web video editor for Comcast SportsNet NewEngland.

He serves as Titletown’s lead NHL contributor and Bruins beat writer.

He can also be heard hosting the “Bruins Report Weekly”

on TitleTown Sports Radio and does the design work for the site.

Frank has always believed in Milan Lucic and is a huge fan of his.

Follow Frank on Twitter: @FJO64, @BruinsHub

483985_10151263309332166_1669218526_n Patrick Jordan is an up and coming writer/radio host for the TitileTown

Sports Network. Patrick serves as Titletown’s lead NFL contributor and

New England Patriots beat writer. He can be heard hosting

“No Huddle Radio” on TitleTown Sports Radio.

Follow Patrick on twitter: @Pattyjkidd                                

  Jay Coorey went to North Essex Community College majoring

in journalism/broadcasting. Jay served as the sports editor for

the school paper, the NECC Observer. He then recieved his

Bachelor’s degree in English at UNH. Jay has interned at the

Eagle Tribune, working in the sports department. He serves as

Titletown’s Red Sox beat writer.

Follow Jay on Twitter: @jaycoorey

9886_10151629039982801_307008214_n Rachel is a Boston sports fan through and through.

She is excited to be a new member of the Titletown

Sports Network team and will work as an NHL contributor.

Along with her passion for sports, she enjoys spending

time perfecting her photography and writing skills. She

is an International Business major who hopes to one day

bring together her love for sports with business.

Follow Rachel on twitter: @REMBostonsports.

 

Comments

  1. Edward Reile says:

    I’m a huge supporter of your work guys, if you need any motorcross insight for your sight, give me a shout

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