By Erik Hall

These are people who were “On the Move” during November. They have made professional moves in sports media.

Among the moves in November was the decision by Glen Crevier, the APSE Conference Coordinator, to retire as assistant managing editor for sports at the Minneapolis Star-Tribune.

If there was a move in your department or you made a move during November that is not included, you can contact Erik Hall at

  • Eric Adelson announced that Yahoo is not renewing his contract.
  • Alexander Abnos joined The Athletic Soccer as staff editor.
  • Daniel Brown accepted the position of senior editor/writer for special projects at The Athletic San Francisco.
  • Nathan Brown joined the Advocate in New Orleans, where he’ll have a multitude of roles that include covering the Saints and writing enterprise stories on high school sports. He was previously with The Desert Sun in Palm Springs, California.
  • Jason Cole was named editor-in-chief of FanSided.
  • Glen Crevier retired as assistant managing editor for sports at the Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Crevier is the APSE Conference Coordinator.
  • Scott Cullen joined The Athletic Fantasy Football as a writer.  
  • Tommy Deas announced his move to the Tennessean in Nashville to be the sports enterprise reporter. He was previously the executive sports editor at the Tuscaloosa (Alabama) News.
  • Andrew Erickson left the Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch as a sports reporter. He joined American University Magazine.
  • Billy Fellin announced his departure from The Richmond (Virginia) Times-Dispatch as a high school sports reporter.
  • Micah Friez joined the Bemidji (Minnesota) Pioneer as a sports reporter. He was previously with the Echo Press in Alexandria, Minnesota.
  • Michael Freer accepted a position at the Cabarrus County (North Carolina) Independent Tribune as a sports reporter. He was previously with ESPN.
  • Mike Gegenheimer moved to writing about sports for the Houma (Louisiana) Courier. He was previously with the Baton Rouge Advocate.
  • Ben Golliver joined The Washington Post to cover the NBA. He was previously with Sports Illustrated.
  • Jack Goods revealed he joined the Eau Claire (Wisconsin) Leader Telegram as sports editor.
  • Nicholas W. Goss announced he joined NBC Sports Boston. He was previously with NESN.
  • Steve Hemmelgarn retired after 46 years as a sports writer at The Parkersburg (Ohio) News and Sentinel.
  • Tyler Hetu joined the Creston (Iowa) News Advertiser as a sports reporter.
  • Tom Keegan joined the Boston Herald as a sports reporter. He was most recently sports editor and columnist with the Lawrence (Kansas) Journal-World.
  • Armen Keteyian joined The Athletic as anchor and executive producer for video content.  
  • Ray Knight did not have his contract renewed with MASN to be the Washington Nationals analyst, according to The Washington Post.
  • Josh Lewin said he will not be returning as radio play-by-play broadcaster for the New York Mets in 2019.
  • Gilbert Manzano took a Los Angeles Chargers beat reporter position with the Southern California News Group.
  • Jane McManus revealed she will start writing regular columns for The New York Daily News.
  • Greg Mengelt left as sports editor of the Southern Indiana News and Tribune.
  • Dane Mizuntani announced he moved from covering the Minnesota Wild to the Minnesota Vikings for the St. Paul (Minnesota) Pioneer Press.
  • Jon Sauber joined Indiana Rivals to cover IU men’s basketball and football.
  • Thomas Scott accepted the sports editor position at the Beaumont (Texas) Enterprise. He was previously a sports journalist at the Selma (Alabama) Times-Journal.
  • Dominique Yates joined the Louisville Courier Journal as a multimedia journalist/sports reporter.  
  • Adam Zuvanich started working as sports editor at The Leader News in suburban Houston.
  • Bleacher Report saw the departures of Brandon Sneed and editor Jonny Williams.
  • ESPN reporter Kate Fagan ended her tenure at the network. ESPN motorsports reporter Bob Pockrass announced he will no longer be with ESPN in 2019. Darren Rovell said he is leaving ESPN as a sports business reporter. Mack Brown left ESPN for the head football coaching job at North Carolina.
  • added  Mandy Bell, who will initially cover the Cleveland Indians, and Do-Hyoung Park, who will cover the Twins. Rhett Bollinger went from covering the Twins to the Angels. Maria I. Guardado moved from covering the Angels to the Giants. Brittany Ghiroli left to join The Athletic, where she’ll cover the Nationals. Carrie Muskat announced her departure from, where she covered the Cubs, after 17 years.
  • SB Nation announced layoffs that included baseball reporter Whitney McIntosh, baseball and wrestling reporter Marc Normandin, and NFL director Rebecca Toback.


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