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Joe Hiti

Sports Reporter

Location icon United States

I am a journalist looking for an internship in sports reporting and sports broadcasting. I am also looking to get experience in photojournalism and digital storytelling. My favorite things are putting together a good story and watching any sport.

Portfolio
Empire State Tribune
10/18/2019
Beer, Baseball and the Bronx - Empire State Tribune

Target Field's left field bleachers feel like my second home. Having been to many Minnesota Twins home games, left field is by far the best way to watch a game. It was on July 22 that the Twins and Yankees met for their last series of the regular season in Minnesota.

amNewYork
11/21/2019
Glory days long behind rebuilding Rangers - amNewYork

At only 18 games into this season, the Blue Shirts currently boast a measly 8-8-2 record. BY JOE HITI The Rangers currently sit 25th in the league standings, just one point from the bottom-feeding Detroit Red Wings.

Brooklyn Paper
11/25/2019
Brooklyn Nets unveil new "Bed-Stuy" jerseys! - Brooklyn Paper

Brooklyn Nets fans lined up outside the Barclays Center on Thursday to be among the first to don the team's new limited-edition jersey, which honors both Bedford-Stuyvesant and the legendary rapper Biggie Smalls. "Pretty f--g fresh," said former Bedford-Stuyvesant resident Sam L. as he was waited outside Barclays Center to snag a jersey.

The Clarion
02/20/2019
Double Trouble: Men's and women's hoops win big Tuesday night

Both the Royals' men's and women's basketball teams now entered a new phase to their season: playoff basketball. And fans know that. "Playoff basketball is different," women's coach Jon Herbrechtsmeyer said. Cardinal Sin: Royals' women outlast Cardinals to advance in MIAC playoffs With turnovers being thrown around left and right, Bethel takes over late and punches its ticket to Augsburg.

Royal Report
03/06/2019
'We all kinda raised ourselves...'

By Joe Hiti | Sports reporter Mo Bullock does not spend his nights thinking about his family in prison. He doesn't think about his life home in Alaska. Mo sits inside the security booth at the main entrance to Bethel University. He is on his third can of Red Bull.

The Clarion
05/01/2019
A team of many jerseys

The Bethel Club Lacrosse team is making a splash but many do not know about them on campus. By Joe Hiti On a beat-up Bose speaker, Old Town Road by Lil Nas X feat. Billy Ray Cyrus is blasting throu...

The Clarion
03/12/2019
Maxwell resigns as head soccer coach

The head coach for the Bethel women's soccer team resigned last week By Joe Hiti Coach Amanda Maxwell announced that she will be stepping down as the head coach for the Bethel women's soccer team o...

Brooklyn Paper
10/18/2019
Brooklyn to host New York's only pro women's basketball team - Brooklyn Paper

The New York Liberty will be dribbling into Brooklyn next year. The city's premier professional women's basketball team will be relocating from the distant suburbs of Westchester to Barclays Center in time for the 2020 season after billionaire entrepreneur Joseph Tsia - who also owns the arena and the Brooklyn Nets - purchased the WNBA ...

Brooklyn Paper
09/24/2019
Once in a century: Sheepshead Bay resident celebrates 100th birthday! - Brooklyn Paper

In 1919, the United States banned the sale of alcohol, the Chicago White Sox threw the World Series, women gained the right to vote, and Brooklyn's own Rosalie Davi entered the world. 100 years later, Davi celebrated her admission into the centennial club with friends, family, and a beer during an uproarious birthday bash at ...

Royal Report
05/21/2019
Overcoming Obstacles

By Sam Johnson Born in South Korea, Ben Martin came to the United States at four months old. In early May, the 19-year old Bethel University freshman embarked on a journey to Tacoma, Washington to compete on NBC's American Ninja Warrior.

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