Ashley Prest

  • Don, it's not about nakedness

    Good grief. We're still talking about female reporters in sports locker-rooms. I've been a sports reporter at the Winnipeg Free Press for the past 25 years, moving two months ago to news. Alongside my male colleagues, I've interviewed athletes in numerous locker-rooms including football, hockey, baseball, basketball and soccer.
  • Bisons athletes are givin' it!

    There was something special in store for Kristin Cockerill this week. Working in the store at the Siloam Mission. Cockerill and her University of Manitoba Bisons women's hockey teammates have been volunteering at the Mission during the past week.
  • The Dream Team

    Since the Winnipeg Goldeyes played their first professional game in Winnipeg on June 7, 1994, many exciting and memorable players have put on jerseys sporting the bat-wielding fish. "There's been a lot of interesting guys come through here, some you fondly remember and some not so much. But that's going to happen when you've got 30 or 40 players coming through in a season," said Andrew Collier, the Goldeyes general manager, who joined the Goldeyes in 1994 out of university to work in the ticket department.
  • Centre stage

    Football Manitoba will be huddling up to find a new executive director as it was announced Thursday that Rob Berkowits has resigned after 12 years in the position. Berkowits will conclude his tenure at Football Manitoba on Sept. 9. Rachel Harper, the programs and communications manager, will take on the role of acting executive director.
  • City soccer squad chills Thunder Bay for first PDL win

    IT was the best day so far for Winnipeg's newest soccer team. The WSA Winnipeg soccer team recorded its first Premier Development League (PDL) victory Sunday with a 3-0 shutout over the Thunder Bay Chill at the University of Manitoba's indoor soccer pitch.
  • Bobcats, Wesmen dig their chances

    The landscape has changed but the goal for the University of Winnipeg Wesmen men's volleyball team remains the same.

    National champions two years ago and winners of the silver medal last year, the No. 8-ranked Wesmen (7-7) have their sights set on going after a national championship, but so do their neighbours just two hours to the west.


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