Write on Sports Monmouth

Monmouth University

A Community Effort

Eligible students must live or attend school within Monmouth townships surrounding Monmouth University.

Monmouth University (MU) serves as a central location for hosting multiple WoS Summer sports writing camp programs since 2015. Specifically, the MU location has partnered with public and private schools in Monmouth and Ocean counties to provide access to the WoS programs for students in communities including Asbury Park, Long Branch, and Lakewood.

Monmouth University
400 Ceder Avenue
West Long Branch, NJ 07764

Programs Offered

Summer Camp

Dates: TBA

Eligibility: Rising 7-8 graders

“For me, it was an honor just to go to Monmouth (University Write on Sports camp) and have an opportunity to sit on one of the sessions with the students, be able to be interviewed by the students as well as a radio person and to get a true feel for what they are accomplishing. It was absolutely a great day for me”


Dr. Alex Romagnoli
Executive Director
Alex Romagnoli is an Assistant Professor of English Education and the Master of Arts in Teaching Program Director at Monmouth University. He received his Ph.D. in Composition at TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) at Indiana University of Pennsylvania where he also taught Composition. Dr. Romagnoli has served as the Monmouth University Write on Sports Program director since 2017. Previously, Alex taught high school English at East Stroudsburg High School South. He is the co-author of Enter the Superheroes: American Values, Culture, and the Canon of Superhero Literature as well as the author of other book chapters on education and the use of popular media in academic contexts. His research interests include multimodality, multiliteracies, graphic novels in academic contexts, and popular culture.

Great futures start here: YOU can make a difference!

Write on Sports works with at-risk middle school students to improve their creative writing skills by tapping into their passion for sports at our writing programs.