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That’s the way Mel tells the story, but get this part right — he gets the story, and usually the story behind the story, and also the story that caused the story.The presence in the hallway of Brendan Prunty, a St.A staff writer with the Inquirer since 1988, Jensen covered college basketball and football beats for 15 years, wrote about soccer from 10 countries on five continents, and was assigned to the Kentucky Derby the year of Smarty Jones.He won Eclipse Awards for his coverage of Smarty Jones and Barbaro. What time “Still yesterday,” said a man now into his fifth decade of covering women’s college basketball.
You enter Mel’s world, you get immersed in women’s hoops from the jump, with a Mel-centric twist on the proceedings.(“Sort of like the DAC Pack,” Greenberg said, referring to Drexel’s student crazies).Anyhow, he knew a manager for the men’s team, who said he should be a manager too, could be a great link between the club and the team.He told the new sports editor: “I think you’re nuts.” The new man asked, what did he mean? He was not ready to take Mel’s reservations for an answer. Greenberg remembers covering a Widener men’s game and most of Immaculata’s team was there because one of the Mighty Macs was dating Widener’s point guard, guy by the name of Phil Martelli. One of Greenberg’s big moves wasn’t just getting coaches to vote, but figuring out he should be the one to give them the data they needed to vote.“There are only four teams,” Greenberg knew enough to say. Summitt down at Tennessee liked what he was doing but said she was too busy to vote herself, until she realized, with some prodding from Mel, that calling up this recording Mel put out once a week — they just had to dial into a number at the Inquirer — gave Summitt a wrapup about her whole sport.