Original Free Kick: Atlanta United Eric Remedi presser (3.20.19) #sportsinquirer #atlutd #uniteandconquer

Atlanta United player Eric Remedi handles ball during home contest against the Philadelphia Union.
Photo credit: Atlanta United Communications

The Sports Inquirer attended the presser of Atlanta United player Eric Remedi following his team’s practice on March 20. Topics included the team’s implementations of multiple formations this season and their effectiveness, assisting fellow Argentinian Gonzalo “Pity” Martinez adjust to Major League Soccer and watching the upcoming international team matches.

Atlanta United Eric Remedi presser 3.20.19
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Fighting Peaches: Georgia State men’s basketball Malik Benlevi pre-NCAA Tournament interview (3.18.19) #sportsinquirer #gsupanters #sunbelt

Georgia State basketball player Malik Benlevi (2)
Photo credit: Georgia State Athletics (JASON GETZ/ Getz Images)

The Sports Inquirer spoke with Georgia State men’s basketball player Malik Benlevi before his team’s practice on March 18 for an exclusive interview. The Panthers qualified for the NCAA Tournament by winning the Sun Belt Conference Tournament on March 17. Topics included the program reaching the NCAAs for the second year in a row and third time in five years, comfort level heading into the Tournament, his senior class growth through the years and the development of potentially the premier college basketball program in Georgia.

Fighting Peaches: Georgia State men’s basketball Kane Williams pre-NCAA Tournament interview (3.18.19) #sportsinquirer #gsupanters #sunbelt

Georgia State basketball player Kane Williams
Photo credit: Georgia State Athletics (JASON GETZ/ Getz Images)

The Sports Inquirer spoke with Georgia State men’s basketball player Kane Williams before his team’s practice on March 18 for an exclusive interview. The Panthers qualified for the NCAA Tournament by winning the Sun Belt Conference Tournament on March 17. Topics included the program reaching the NCAAs for the second year in a row and third time in five years, comfort level heading into the Tournament, Williams’ increased role this season as a sophomore and the development of potentially the premier college basketball program in Georgia.