Welcome to Inside The Locker Room, a sports blog that was created by Iona College junior Ryan McFadden on October 26, 2014 when he was a senior at DeMatha Catholic High School.
The main purpose of Inside The Locker Room is to be an online media outlet that covers high school, college and professional sports in the D.C., Maryland and Virginia area.
The site has covered sports such as basketball, football, baseball, softball and lacrosse. Inside The Locker Room also received credentials for Georgetown men’s basketball, Maryland football, the Washington Mystics, the Big East Tournament and the Dick’s National Championship.
As the site continues to grow, it plans to reach out to a wider audience through different aspects of journalism.
Mission Statement: Inside The Locker Room is a sports blog that focuses on being your source for high school, college and professional sports in the D.C., Maryland and Virginia area. The blog thrives to cover sports through all aspects of journalism and do it in a professional way.
Meet the Founder
Ryan McFadden is the Founder/Editor-In-Chief of Inside The Locker Room. The Maryland native attended DeMatha Catholic High School, where he got into journalism.
Ryan was a sports writer for DeMatha’s student newspaper, The DeMatha Stagline and did commentating for DeMatha Television, an online site that broadcast all DeMatha home sporting events.
After graduating from DeMatha, Ryan went to Iona College in New York, where he is a Mass Communications major with a concentration in Journalism. He is currently the sports editor, and covers the Iona College men’s basketball team for The Ionian, the student newspaper. Ryan is also a staff writer for Federal Baseball, a SB Nation site that covers the Washington Nationals.
More of his work could be found on Testudo Times, Terrapin Station MD and the Montgomery County Sentinel.
Ryan is a huge fan of the Washington Wizards, Washington Redskins, Washington Nationals, and is trying to get into Washington Capitals’ hockey. When Ryan is not covering sports, or debating about who’s a better point guard John Wall or Kyrie Irving, he is playing video games with his college roommates.
Ryan hopes that one day he can work for a major sports network as a writer/analyst, while aspiring to be an author and screenwriter.