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NEW PODCAST EPISODE: Ashley Cox | Professional Athlete Manager | Setting Boundaries (EP. 082)

In this episode of the Sports Business Classroom Audio Experience: Women in Sports series, host Kate Foley sits down with Ashley Cox, Professional Athlete Manager. Ashley graduated from the University of California, Riverside (UCR) in 2016 with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Media and Cultural Studies. Ashley was a student-athlete, playing Division 1 Volleyball throughout all four years at UCR. 

 
 

In this episode, Kate and Ashley discuss: 

  • Interning at the NBA Summer League 
  • Women supporting women in the sports industry 
  • How to gain experience early on in your career 

 
 

Ashley has been immersed in the business of basketball for several years, working as an intern at the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas and staff member/team manager with the Adidas Nations Basketball Camp. Ashley has also worked in other types of sports with different full-service sports agencies such as The Landmark Sports Agency, Independent Sports & Entertainment (ISE), and REP1 Sports. Here she's gained experience in marketing and client services/management roles while working closely with NBA & NFL athletes. 

 
 

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A Baltimore man is alleging excessive force against several Baltimore City police officers.

It comes after the court case against him was dismissed. The police department said its Public Integrity Bureau's Special Investigations Response Team began investigating immediately after the incident, and the internal investigation is ongoing.

The arrest happened in the 1900 block of East Oliver Street. Detectives said they were looking for an armed robbery suspect. Jaemaun Joyner said he was filming a video for a memorial of a friend.

A video obtained by 11 News shows police arriving to the scene in East Baltimore as one officer attempts to hold 24-year-old Joyner and place him in custody. Police body-worn cameras captured the May 23 incident, but the body-worn camera video does not show anything prior to Joyner's arrest.

"This is straight excessive force beyond any means necessary," said Jessica Rubin, a defense attorney.

Joyner's attorneys allege excessive force because of the takedown and the way officers pinned Joyner to the sidewalk.

"These officers went over the top. This was unnecessary, unprovoked and in the end, unacceptable," said Tony Garcia, a defense attorney.

In the video, the officers yelled at Joyner as they attempted to put him in handcuffs. Viewers can also hear him yell several times about an officer allegedly putting something in his pocket. The attorneys said they are alarmed to see what happened to their client, especially the alleged actions taken by Officer Conner Johnson.

"The statement of probable cause never mentions Detective Johnson or Officer Johnson pulls out that gun and presses his head and his temple and holds his head down with the service weapon while he has his other hand around his neck," said Hunter Pruette, a defense attorney. Posted By Ghost

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