Marisa Ingemi, SF Chronicle

Marisa Ingemi

SF Chronicle

Boston, MA, United States

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Recent:
  • SF Chronicle
Past:
  • FiveThirtyEight
  • The Seattle Times
  • Boston Herald
  • MiLB.com
  • The Boston Globe
  • The Hardball Times

Recent articles by Marisa:

How Stanford women’s soccer is honoring Katie Meyer amid a season of grieving

After losing teammate Katie Meyer to suicide in March, Stanford women’s soccer players... → Read More

Bay Area selected as one of the host sites for 2026 World Cup

World Cup soccer is headed to the Bay Area and Levi’s Stadium in 2026 after FIFA announced the host sites of the 2026 Cup in the United States, Canada and Mexico. → Read More

From Sabrina Ionescu to Lexie Hull, Bay Area talent spans WNBA landscape

Sabrina Ionescu, Lexie Hull and Layshia Clarendon are just some of the WNBA players with... → Read More

No One Turns Defense Into Offense Like Cale Makar

Defensemen aren't supposed to score like Cale Makar. → Read More

How Colorblind NHL Players See The Game

When Seattle Kraken goalie Philipp Grubauer was preparing for his first physical with the new franchise, there was one step he could skip. While everyone else o… → Read More

It’s been a while since the Kraken last played. Here’s what they’ve been up to.

On Monday, the Kraken should start a three-game road trip with a matchup at the Colorado Avalanche. → Read More

Top prospect Matty Beniers still has a few things to accomplish before he joins the Kraken

The Kraken's first entry draft pick has the World Juniors and his season at Michigan to deal with before he hits the NHL. → Read More

NHL notebook: Taking a look at how Dave Hakstol’s coaching style compares in Seattle to Grand Forks and Philadelphia

North Dakota hockey observers likely recognized something in the Seattle Kraken. Current North Dakota head coach Brad Berry does. Berry, who served as an assistant coach to Dave Hakstol with the Fighting Hawks, has seen firsthand how Hakstol has evolved... → Read More

Kraken survives Predators’ third-period onslaught to earn franchise’s historic first win

Just like in Vegas, the Kraken came back, but this time, it pulled out the 4-3 win against the Predators. → Read More

Meet the 2021-22 Kraken players

Here are the players projected to hit the ice in the Kraken's season opener Oct. 12 at Las Vegas. → Read More

NHL power rankings: Lightning tops preseason edition, and Kraken sits in middle of pack

Marisa Ingemi ranks every NHL team ahead of the 2021-22 season. → Read More

The Seattle Kraken Have An Expansion Blueprint. Can They Follow Vegas And Build A Winner?

The Seattle Kraken have the best possible draft blueprint. → Read More

The Bruins Took A Bet On Their Young Defensemen — And Had To Scramble When It Didn’t Work Out

When the Boston Bruins let longtime captain Zdeno Chára walk to a division rival in free agency, the team touted its young defensemen. For Jérémy Lauzon and Jak… → Read More

The WNBA Drafted The Most International Players In 20 Years. But Its Rosters Aren’t Big Enough For Everyone.

Overseas draftees are a symptom of -- and a solution to -- the WNBA’s logjam. → Read More

Why This Class OF WNBA Second-Rounders Could Be The Best Ever

Arella Guirantes, Dana Evans and Natasha Mack were all expected to go in the first round. → Read More

The Premier Lacrosse League Is Trying To Change The Game

The PLL represents a different model for lacrosse and perhaps all of professional sports. → Read More

Women’s Hockey Is Seeing A Sponsorship Boom

The NWHL is playing a two-week bubble season in Lake Placid, New York. → Read More

Placekickers With NFL Dreams Face A Winding, Risky Path

The position can be an afterthought -- until a game is on the line. → Read More

Without water, Harvard women’s water polo grounded

Harvard water polo coach Tim Minnis and his team had gotten word days before the Harvard Invitational it would be their last games of the season. Originally scheduled to go to California over spring break for five games, Harvard ended all athletic travel shortly before the Crimson were hosting their annual event, three of their five home games of the season, and their only three left. → Read More

Cannons players deal with the unknown

Nick Marrocco's world has been shaken in two regards. The Boston Cannons goalie on weekends, Marrocco works in business development for a construction company. Understandably, during the coronavirus pandemic, that's changed things up, too. → Read More