2019 – 2020 Editorial Board
Cole Wood | Editor-in-Chief
Cole is a third-year law student and the current Editor-in-Chief of the Mississippi Sports Law Review. His hometown of Starkville, Mississippi is also the home of his undergraduate university, Mississippi State University, where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science in 2017. Unsurprisingly, he has a big heart for the Bulldogs, but that never hindered his decision to come to the University of Mississippi School of Law and follow in the footsteps of so many great attorneys. Moreover, because he grew up in a college town, Cole naturally developed a strong interest in sports. He especially enjoys attending Mississippi State sporting events with family and friends. He looks forward to the MSLR having a great year.
Catherine Masingill | Executive Editor
Catherine serves as the Executor Editor for the Mississippi Sports Law Review. Catherine is a third-year law student from Birmingham, Alabama. She graduated from Mississippi State University in 2017 where she majored in Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation with a concentration in Law and Administration. Her interest in sports started at an early age through attending the annual SEC Baseball Tournament in Hoover, Alabama. Catherine particularly enjoys playing tennis and watching Mississippi State baseball.
Lauren Walker | Business Editor
Lauren serves as the Business Editor for the Mississippi Sports Law Review. Lauren is a third-year law student from Madison, Mississippi. She graduated cum laudefrom the University of Mississippi in 2015 with a Bachelor of Science in Integrated Marketing Communications and a minor in Business Administration. Lauren is greatly interested in college athletes’ rights advocacy. Lauren is a fan of the Ole Miss Athletics, particularly Ole Miss Baseball.
McKenna Raney-Gray | Executive Online Editor
McKenna Raney-Gray is a 3L from Oxford, Mississippi and serves as the Executive Online Editor. After graduating from Hendrix College with a major in anthropology and a minor in gender studies, she was offered a Watson Fellowship. During her Watson year she traveled to five continents and looked at human-equine partnerships in cross-cultural contexts. Her favorite sports are equestrian vaulting and reigning. As a local Oxford gal, she also enjoys the landsharks.
Shelby Masters | Senior Articles Editor
Shelby Masters is a third-year law student serving as Senior Articles Editor for the Mississippi Sports Law Review. She is originally from Johns Creek, Georgia and attended the University of Georgia for undergrad, earning a B.S. in Psychology and an A.B.J. in Public Affairs Journalism with a certificate in New Media Studies. Shelby is a fan of the Georgia Bulldogs, the Atlanta Braves and the Ole Miss Rebels.
Maggie Duff | Senior Articles Editor
Maggie is a third-year student at the University of Mississippi School of Law and the Senior Articles Editor. She graduated from Mississippi State University in 2016 where she earned a degree in Communications with a concentration in Public Relations. Maggie’s love for sports began at an early age, and she has continually participated and attended college sporting events over the years. She loves watching professional tennis and cheering on the New Orleans Saints.
Drew Pettus | Senior Notes Editor
Drew is a third-year law student from a small community outside Pelahatchie, Mississippi and is the Senior Notes Editor for the Mississippi Sports Law Review. He graduated with a degree in English from Mississippi State University and is a huge fan of all things Mississippi State Bulldogs. Ole Miss originally felt like enemy territory, but he has slowly warmed up to it and can sometimes be seen cheering on the Rebels as well. He is an avid follower of college football and spends his Saturdays in the fall at Davis Wade, or, most likely, in front of a TV taking in as much football as possible.
Trenton Winford | Outreach Chair
Trenton is a third-year law student and a 2014 graduate from the University of Mississippi with a Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy Leadership. A native of Madison, Mississippi, Trenton has long had an interest in the intersection between sports and law. Trenton is working toward the Business Law Concentration, and he is also involved in Christian Legal Society and Federalist Society. In his free time, Trenton enjoys attending Ole Miss sporting events, esports, and Facetiming his nieces and nephews.