Marcia Frost joins Examiner.com
April 6, 2009
Denver, Colorado — Examiner.com, one of the fastest-growing content sites in the U.S. with experts in their field, has hired Marcia Frost as their College Tennis Examiner. Ms. Frost is one of the top tennis writers in the country, specializing in college tennis.
Marcia Frost put CollegeAndJuniorTennis.com on the web in 1998 as one of the first tennis sites and the only one at the time covering college tennis. She has been a frequent contributor to SMASH, Tennis Life, Tennis Championships Magazine, USTA Magazine and Racquet Sports Industry. She has also written on college tennis for the websites of Tennis, TennisWeek and Sports Illustrated. Ms. Frost’s first book, American Doubles… the Trials… the Triumphs… the Domination, was released by Mansion Grove House Publishing last year.
In addition to writing about tennis, Marcia Frost is an advocate of higher education and has been guiding student-athletes on college planning through CollegeTennisConnect.com and now CollegeSportsConnect.com, for student-athletes of all sports. She has organized showcases for prospective college athletes around the country. She intends on using her College Tennis Examiner page for unique and timely news in college tennis and as a forum for help in the college planning process during the sports’ downtime.
Marcia Frost is based in outside of Chicago. She has a front row seat to the Fighting Illini, but will cover whatever is happening in college tennis around the nation. Her stories are available here (examiner.com/x-6611-College-Tennis-Examiner).
Ms. Frost welcomes comments and suggestions.
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