Adrienne M. Terzuoli

Multimedia Journalist available for hire...


Twitter and Instagram: @a_m_terzuoli

Hi there! I'm Adrienne and I have been living in the world of media and content production since 2015. As a multimedia journalist, I work on feature stories for college and professional sports. I consider myself a storyteller and look for the unique perspective in telling a story that is not only engaging, but purposeful.

I have experience in sports and lifestyle photography, social media content production, special features writing, as well as radio hosting and podcasting. Once upon a time, I owned a catering and consulting company as well as taught at the secondary level in New York.

Currently, I am working on my memoir, which has yet to be titled.  

Cam Gill: Wagner College

The first two times I interviewed Cam Gill, we sat comfortably at a table with a view of the Verrazzanno Bridge in the Wagner College Union, and chatted for hours about all things football, life, the upcoming season, and his hope of winning a Northeast Conference (NEC) championship. This past Monday, practicing social distancing amid the COVID pandemic, we sat in each of our homes; me in New York, Gill in Georgia, where I interviewed him for a third time. This time we kept our scope to one topic

Chris Williams : Wagner College

Williams laughed saying he was no stranger to waiting. His one and only D1 offer from Wagner, came two weeks before signing day. “I got a call while I was at work from one of the coaches who was waiting for me at my school. I dropped everything, told my boss I had to go and ran the three blocks to school. I went on the last visit of the year a few days later, was offered a scholarship and never looked back.” Former Wagner head coach, now Colgate University Offensive-Line coach, Jason Houghtalin

Overtime! Profile: #NECSAAC Co-Chair Vedika Anand (Wagner)

Overtime! Blog reporter Adrienne Terzuoli spent an afternoon with Wagner College women’s tennis player Vedika Anand. An international student-athlete from India, Anand has taken on a leadership role during her time in the United States. Below are Terzuoli’s key takeaways from her interview with the NEC SAAC Co-Chair. It was gloomy Tuesday at Wagner College, but Vedika Anand’s presence made it noticeably brighter. I sat down with the Wagner senior tennis player to discuss her many responsibilit

View From The Sideline: Cam Gill, Wagner

It’s the bye week for the Wagner College Seahawks, and the players have exactly two full days off before game preparations begin for their next Northeast Conference (NEC) opponent, Robert Morris University. I’m a frequent visitor to this campus. Usually, I can be found in the football offices, interviewing fifth-year head coach, Jason Houghtaling (Coach Hoss), or the media office discussing photos and social media content. But today, I came to interview, for the second time in his career, senior

Football: A Love Story

In my experience, people either love or hate football, and I’m convinced that those who hate it only do so because they don’t fully understand it. There’s something about the game that demands a reaction, and for those of us that love it - and I mean truly love it - there are always stories of how that love began, who cultivated it, and why it is such an important part of our lives. More often than not there’s a personal sentimentality toward the game and many feel as if they were born to do no

Women’s Field Hockey Returns to the NEC

It’s a fresh start, but it’s not exactly new to the Northeast Conference. The NEC crowned a field hockey champion every year from 1998 through 2012. Now, following a seven-year hiatus, field hockey has returned to the NEC as a championship sport. With NEC core member Wagner establishing a new program, the idea of taking field hockey back under the NEC umbrella was a no-brainer for Commissioner Noreen Morris. “We had been in talks with the schools for some time, but we would only consider it

The Combine Perspective

Once a year, top draft-eligible prospects descend upon Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana, and hope to imprint themselves into the eyes, minds and notebooks of NFL scouts, general managers and coaches. During the week-long camp, these young men are put through both physical and psychological tests, classifying the combine as one of the most important and most exhausting job interviews these players will ever go through. As a sports photographer and writer, I take pictures for a living a

The Art of Changing Your Mind

If I had a dollar for every time I made a change in my life, I would feel a lot better about my six-dollar-a day Starbucks habit. I don’t know if it’s my self-diagnosed “only child syndrome,” but I've had this fear of being stagnant, the idea of forever, and I showed my rebellion by changing my mind, a lot. When I was younger, and I mean elementary-school young, I wanted to be a singer. I was obsessed with everything about music and musicals and thought about nothing else. My parents took me to

The Limit Does Not Exist

When I saw that Jen Welter had penned a memoir about her journey to the sidelines of the NFL as the first woman coach, I knew that I had to read it. As someone who loves sports like I do, especially football, I had been waiting for a book like this, from a woman like this, who I would consider to be one of the foremost trailblazers for women. “Play Big: Lessons in Being Limitless From the First Woman to Coach in the NFL” is the story of Dr. Jen Welter, and while I wanted to love it, there were

#GetInTheGame… Women in Sports

On April 11, I visited Sacred Heart University for their Women in Sports symposium. This year’s topic, #GetInTheGame, brought back four alumni who shared their journeys in sports media. Attending this symposium was a big deal for me. It was the first time in 20 years I returned Sacred Heart’s campus. As a woman in sports media, I feel it is not only important but beneficial and necessary to both learn from and support other women. Before the symposium began I was able to take a tour of the Ma

Embracing Myself: My Body Image Story

I have never been considered a small girl, and I have never been petite. My mom is petite, and my dad is not, and I took after my dad. I was always muscular. Growing up playing soccer I was considered lean (I despise the words skinny or thin) and strong. It wasn’t until I started fourth or fifth grade, when you start that awkward phase before the official puberty-ridden awkward phase that I became less lean and more full. Full breasts, full hips, full legs, I was full or “filling out,” as that a
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