Rhiannon Potkey – Why

Jenna is joined by longtime softball journalist (at D1 Softball, the Knoxville News Sentinel, Ventura County Star, and more) and founder of Goods4Greatness, Rhiannon Potkey! They talk about their... See More

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Jenna is joined by longtime softball journalist (at D1 Softball, the Knoxville News Sentinel, Ventura County Star, and more) and founder of Goods4Greatness, Rhiannon Potkey! They talk about their 805 roots, sports journalism, her writing style and process, her favorite stories she’s written (Jenna’s duh), random knowledge journalists pick up, and how her nonprofit is helping youth sports. This episode is dedicated to Jenna’s cat of 18 years – RIP Cleats.

Jenna is joined by longtime softball journalist (at D1 Softball, the Knoxville News Sentinel, Ventura County Star, and more) and founder of Goods4Greatness, Rhiannon Potkey! They talk about their 805 roots, sports journalism, her writing style and process, her favorite stories she’s written (Jenna’s duh), random knowledge journalists pick up, and how her nonprofit is helping youth sports. This episode is dedicated to Jenna’s cat of 18 years – RIP Cleats.

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Jenna Becerra

Jenna Becerra is a sports broadcaster, content creator, and former softball player at Stanford University. Jenna was a Pac-12 All-Conference honoree, 3x NFCA Scholar-Athlete, 3x Pac-12 All-Academic award recipient, and the first and only Stanford player to hit grand slams in back to back games. She was the definition of versatility, playing infield, outfield, and pitcher, as well as hitting both right and left-handed. Jenna earned a Bachelor’s degree in Communication and a Master’s in Media Studies from Stanford. She was previously a sideline reporter, host, and radio broadcaster covering Stanford Athletics and spent time in the tech world in Silicon Valley. Jenna currently does color commentary and play-by-play for the Pac-12. Born in Camarillo, CA, she started playing softball at the age of 4 and now strives to use her voice as a broadcaster and writer to give back to the game. Jenna hopes to bring her experience as a player and her background in media together to share deep insight into the world of softball.