Dave Nichols is Editor-in-Chief and Washington Nationals Page Editor for District Sports Page. He is credentialed to cover the Washington Nationals, Washington Capitals and Washington Wizards. Previously, he wrote Nats News Network and Caps News Network and spent four years in commercial radio covering the Baltimore Orioles, Washington Redskins and the University of Maryland football and basketball teams. He co-hosts “Nats News Weekly”, an Internet radio show on PrimeSportsNetwork.com, has appeared as a guest talking Caps and Nats on 106.7 The Fan and 106.7 HD, and was a weekly guest columnist for “Nationals Buzz“ for MASNSports.com in 2010-11. Dave is a life-long D.C. sports fan and attended his first pro game in 1974 — the Caps’ second game in existence. You can follow him on Twitter @DaveNicholsDSP.
Cheryl Nichols is a Columnist and Photographer for District Sports Page. She is credentialed to cover the Washington Capitals and has reported on the community service and fan events for Nats News Network and Caps News Network since 2006. Cheryl is an accomplished action photographer and has been published in The Washington Post and many other local media. She was a credentialed photographer for the 2010 season covering the Washington Nationals. She was also a contributing photographer for DCSportsBox.com in 2008-09. Cheryl is a life-long sports fan, starting with her childhood love of the Big Red Machine, spreading to the Pacific Northwest and her affection for Ken Griffey Jr.’s Seattle Mariners, and now settled in the mid-Atlantic with the Washington Nationals and Washington Capitals. You can follow her on Twitter @cnichols14.
Abram Fox is the Washington Capitals Page Editor for District Sports Page. He has been covering the Washington Capitals from the press box, previously working as the Capitals beat writer for DC Sports Box, for whom he also covered D.C. United and University of Maryland football. Abram grew up in Bowie, MD, and a trip to a Caps-Blackhawks game when he was four years old inspired him to take up the sport of ice hockey. He played club and high school ice hockey growing up, and currently lines up at right wing for his beer league team, Blades of Steel. Abram has been a student at the University of Maryland in some form since 2001, where he was a columnist for The Diamondback, and is currently pursuing his PhD in Art History. You can follow him on Twitter at @abramjfox.
Chris Garosi is a Contributor to District Sports Page. Chris is a diehard Maryland Terrapins fan in all sports and a fan of things New England sports-related (except for football). One of his favorite sports memories is witnessing Wilson Alvarez’s no-hitter at Memorial Stadium in 1991. Chris has played fantasy sports since the pre-Internet days and participates in any league for any sport to which he’s invited. You can follow him on Twitter at @chrisgarosi.
Alyssa Wolice is a Contributor to District Sports Page. An American University alum, Alyssa worked as a political blogger and financial reporter before making the switch to sports journalism. As a former production assistant, she covered the Nationals, Redskins, Capitals, Wizards, D.C. United and local collegiate teams. A New Jersey native, Alyssa currently serves as a community and sports reporter for a number of small-town newspapers in her home state and works full-time as a marketing communications specialist with a trade association based in Washington, D.C. You can follow her on Twitter @awolice.
Ted Starkey is a Contributor to District Sports Page. Ted is a veteran sportswriter who works for SB Nation Washington, and has written for The Washington Times, Tampa Tribune, AOL Sports, USAHockey.com and BuffaloBills.com, along with a pair of books on the Capitals, Red Rising and Transition Game. He has covered the NHL, NFL and MLB, along with the 2002 and 2010 Winter Olympics and several Stanley Cup and Calder Cup playoffs. You can follow him on Twitter @TedStarkey.
Sky Kerstein is a Contributor to District Sports Page. Sky grew up in Chantilly, Virginia and is a 2001 graduate of Chantilly High School. Sky graduated in 2005 from Western Michigan University where he was a communications major. Sky got his start in radio interning for WTOP sports and then became the Caps reporter for the Capitals Radio Network. Sky also was a producer for two years for Major League Baseball Network Radio on SiriusXM Radio. Sky has been the Capitals beat reporter at 106.7 The FAN since the stations switch to sports and has also covered the Redskins, Nationals & Wizards for The FAN. Sky also calls high school play by play for the Gameday Broadcast Network and has covered every professional team in the DC and Baltimore regions. You can follow him on Twitter @SkyKerstein.
Ryan Kelley is a Contributor to District Sports Page. He’s an economist by day and an aspiring journalist living in the D.C. area. Native to Connecticut, he has lived in Washington since graduating from The George Washington University and has covered Minor League Baseball and Team USA for a half-decade. He is founder of BaseballNewsHound.com, and specializes in prospects playing in leagues on the East Coast and in the Mid-Atlantic region. A former ballplayer himself, he enjoys hitting homeruns with his writing and scouting reports. You can follow him on Twitter @BBNewsHound.
Katie Brown is a Staff Writer for District Sports Page. She grew up in Virginia and Maryland, currently resides in Arlington, VA, and developed a love for the sport of hockey as a youngster while watching her brothers play. She combined her enthusiasm for the game with her love of writing after college. Katie has covered the Capitals as credentialed media for two seasons for several area blogs before joining the DSP staff. Katie works at a nonprofit organization by day but the rest of her time is devoted to watching, writing, and talking about hockey and perfecting her mean one-timer. You can follow Katie on Twitter @katie_brown47.
Ed Morgans is a Contributor to District Sports Page. Ed worked for The Journal Newspapers (now The Examiner) for several years and covered DC United from 1997-2002. He spent the 2003 season writing for the club’s website. Ed has covered All-Star Games, MLS Cups, CONCACAF Champions Cup, World Cup qualifiers, and international friendlies. He also worked as a blogger at www.bigsoccer.com, the country’s leading soccer message board website. You can follow Ed on Twitter @writerEd21.
Erika Schnure is a Contributor to District Sports Page. She is the founder and writer for Ravings of a Rink Rebel, and has previously been a regular contributor to The Fourth Period, Hockey Primetime and Red Light District Hockey. She has held credentials for the Washington Capitals, Hershey Bears and the short-lived Chicago Express. Erika specializes in NHL prospects playing in junior and minor leagues. She is currently earning her MA in Sports Administration at Northwestern University. You can follow her on Twitter @rinkrebel.
Elisabeth Meinecke is a Contributor to District Sports Page. She currently covers the Washington Capitals for On Frozen Blog and previously wrote about both the Capitals and the Redskins for DCist. She’s interviewed athletes such as Kurt Warner, Terrell Owens, and Albert Pujols, but her ultimate sports goal is to drink out of the Stanley Cup. Her day job is working as the editor of a nationwide political magazine. You can follow her on Twitter @lismeinecke.
Leslie Silvey is a Contributor to District Sports Page. Leslie combined her passion for the Caps with her love of writing when she launched Musings of a Hockey Mom in 2007, and was the 2009 HockeyBarn.com New Media Award winner. A busy mom of twin teenage hockey players, Musings provided news and notes on the Capitals for four NHL seasons along with lessons learned from the youth hockey circuit. She held media credentials for the past four seasons and has been very involved in helping the Capitals with their Scarlet Caps women’s initiative as a regular blog contributor. Hockey Mom hung up the skates on Musings as her kids entered high school but is still an avid fan and talented writer looking forward to sharing her views at District Sports Page. You can follow her on Twitter @hockeymomva.
Brian Murphy is a contributing Photographer for District Sports Page and D.C. sports blogger who is in his eighth season covering the Washington Redskins as a credentialed photographer. Murphy is on Twitter at @homermcfanboy and his photos can be found here.
Anthony Amobi is a Contributor and Photographer for District Sports Page. He is the founder of Orioles Post and has written for DC Sports Box and Nats News Network. He is also an accomplished photographer. You can follow him on Twitter @OriolePost.
Pam Chvotkin is the College Basketball Page Editor for District Sports Page. She is currently pursuing her MBA and Masters in Marketing and is a credentialed member of the DC sports media for several sports organizations. A lifelong fan of DC sports, she is constantly on the radar helping to promote the latest game or event. She has her own blog called Break In The Action, and serves as the PR/Communications Chair for the University of Tennessee Alumni group in the area. You can follow her on Twitter @reddusfoximus.
Mark Hornbaker is a Contributor to District Sports Page. He is the Editor and Writer at D.C. Baseball Yesterday and Today. Since April 2007, Mark has been writing stories about Washington D.C. baseball history at Nationals Daily News. Mark is now sharing his stories about Washington’s rich, if not challenged, 140-year professional baseball legacy at D.C. Baseball Yesterday and Today. Mark grew up in Darnestown, MD where he was an avid Washington Senators fan. He currently resides in Poolesville, MD with his wife Linda. You can follow Mark on Twitter @ezmark.