Gene Wang
Gene Wang
Reporter

Gene Wang joined The Washington Post sports department in 1990 as a member of the high school staff and worked as a copy editor and assignnment editor for almost 19 years. In 2010 he began the role he continues in today, serving as reporter covering many local and national beats, including Navy football, the Capitals, Wizards, Nationals, women’s basketball, auto racing, boxing and golf. Gene was born in the District and raised in Northern Virginia, attended high school at St. Albans and college at Georgetown University.

Latest by Gene Wang

Hopkins overmatches Shumenov

Hopkins overmatches Shumenov

Bernard Hopkins, 49, unifies 175-pound titles with a win over Beibut Shumenov, a fighter 19 years his junior.

Midshipmen honored at White House

Midshipmen honored at White House

Navy football teams accepts Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy from President Obama.

Hopkins headlines premier District fight card

Hopkins headlines premier District fight card

Bernard Hopkins, 49, seeks to unify world titles Saturday at D.C. Armory against Beibut Shumenov.

Terps’ Thomas goes No. 4 in WNBA draft

Terps’ Thomas goes No. 4 in WNBA draft

Maryland's Alyssa Thomas headed for Connecticut after draft-night trade; Mystics take U-Conn.’s Stefanie Dolson and trade Crystal Langhorne.