Thursday, April 25, 2013

#Tweagles Talk: Tiffani Pierce

It has been a while since we have posted a #Tweagles talk, but you don't want to miss out on this one!   Get to know the Edgewood College softball team after following this student-athlete!

3,520 Tweets / 191 Following / 151 Followers

Q. What is your Twitter handle and how did you come up with it?

A: @Tifferssniffer, It was an old AOL screen name made by my sister and a friend. 

Q. How often do you check Twitter?

A: Probably every 3 hours.

Q. What would you say is your average number of Tweets?

A: Maybe two on average a day.

Q. Which of your teammates has the best Tweets and why?

A: Karlie Klossner (@KKlossner) has the best tweets because she uses very inspirational quotes that helps the day going.

Q. The people I follow in softball are…

A: Jessica Spitzer (@Jessie_Rae10), Carlene DeCoster (@carlenedecoster), Charnette Leikness (@CLeikness), Alexis Unser (@Lexi_unser), Karlie Klossner (@KKlossner), Rachel DeJongh (@ratcheldejongh), Jackie Diesch (@JDiesch), Taylor Buchanan (@TaylorBuchanan2), Taylor Harbort (@taylorrrh21), and Caitlin Lowe (@Caitlinlowe), a softball player from University of Arizona and played on the USA team.

Q. Someone who you wouldn’t think I follow is…

A: Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow), she is too funny!

Q. The people whose tweets you can’t miss…

A: I don't have one specific person, everyone I follow is entertaining.

Q. I wish _____ was on Twitter.

A: Things Charlie says because Charnette Leikness (@CLeiknesssays the funniest things that should be documented.

Q. What Edgewood College coach or athlete do you wish was on Twitter?

A: Mike Metcalf, assistant softball coach and head of security, he always has something hilarious to say. 

Follow Tiffani and the rest of the Edgewood College softball as they make a run at the Northern Athletics Conference tournament. The Eagles have doubleheaders on Saturday and Sunday and the rest of their schedule can be seen here


Thursday, April 4, 2013

WISC-TV3: Coaches react to Rutgers basketball video

Edgewood College head men's basketball coach Justin Meyer was featured in a WISC-TV3 piece by Mary Jo Ola about the incident regarding the Rutgers coaching situation.