Joined 4 years ago from Milpitas, CA
Ana is a respected sports reporter and writer. She graduated from San Jose State University with a degree in communications.
Shortly after graduating from college in 2015, Ana landed her first job as a freelance writer for social networking site, The Hockey Players Network.
Three months later, Ana joined the Inside Hockey staff as a San Jose Sharks beat reporter and covered games at the SAP Center.
In addition, Ana covers Bay Area sports teams for Sports Radio Service. She writes recaps and in-depth features. She conducts interviews with the players and coaches. She also participates in the weekly San Jose Barracuda podcast every Thursday.
She also loves to freelance for a variety of sites in her spare time.
2 years ago
Despite the NFL players' national anthem protests, the NFL is still viewed as America's favorite sports. The NFL is also a professional sports league whose players have some of the hottest WAGs in the nation.
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