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Jonathan Sigal

Journalist

Boston, Mass.

Jonathan Sigal

I'm a storyteller. Sports, features and hard news are my specialties.

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Lee Nguyen trying to be positive as status with Revolution remains in limbo

Seven weeks into the 2018 season, Lee Nguyen has at long last publicly commented on his trade request from the New England Revolution.
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The Brilliance of Ben Reeves

Ben Reeves has excelled on the field as a two-time Tewaaraton finalist, but he works just as hard off of it, studying as a molecular, cellular and developmental biology major.
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Brad, Brazil and Bad Bunny: 10 things to know about Revs' Cristian Penilla

Cristian Penilla was a relatively unknown quantity upon signing with the New England Revolution in January. It appears those days are gone.
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New England Revolution could turn to veteran Claude Dielna as next captain

“Claude has a presence about him, kinda similar to what Jermaine [Jones] had,” Andrew Farrell said.
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Dom Dwyer shows his quality with goal in US national team debut

A Londoner by birth, Dwyer announced his place on the American soccer stage with a bang ahead of this summer’s Gold Cup.
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Determined to Dream

The fateful announcement popped up on Sammed Bawa’s Facebook page: Right To Dream would soon host a tryout near his native Ashaiman, Ghana.
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Hoya Hero

"There’s always ups and downs and challenges and injuries, you’re not starting and then you’re starting. The next thing you know, he’s scoring the winner to win the Big East tournament in overtime. Pretty cool."
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Leonardo Teixeira helps Brockton capture first state soccer title

Leonardo Teixeira, a Cape Verde native who arrived in America just this past year, brought the house down for Brockton in Saturday’s Division 1 boys’ soccer final at Worcester State University. The junior forward scored a second-half hat trick and assisted on the Boxers’ two other goals and Brockton edged Longmeadow, 5-3, for the program’s first state championship.
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Sean Kuraly

This grizzly forward won over Bruins fans with his 2017 playoff heroics, but there’s far more to the former Miami star .
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BU hockey learns NCAA Tournament path goes through Fargo, North Dakota

The No. 7 Boston University men’s hockey team is Fargo, North Dakota bound for the NCAA Tournament.
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How a Ragtag Trio Became York's Conehead Line

Brendan McGrath, Tom Pfeiffer and Hunter Davis have an almost comical connection — and its shows on the field. For the better part of three years, York men’s lacrosse coach Brandon Childs has searched for a nickname for Brendan McGrath, Tom Pfeiffer and Hunter Davis, his all-junior attack unit. They have individual ones — McGrath is McDouble, Davis is HD and Pfeiffer is Mr.
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Is two leagues too many for women's pro lacrosse?

"Seeing this other league come up, to me, it's insanity," Murphy said.

About

Jonathan Sigal

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Skills

  • Social Media
  • Deadline Writing
  • Editing
  • Feature Writing
  • Reporting
  • Multimedia