Andrew Golden

Washington, D.C.

Sports reporter with focus on breaking news and the Washington Football Team

Education: Northwestern University, BS in journalism and BA in African American studies

Andrew Golden is a Washington Football Team writer who also works on the sports breaking news desk. He previously served as a reporting intern with the Sports department. Before his summer internship, he also interned at the Chicago Tribune, the Kansas City Star, and the Johns Hopkins Marketing and Communications team. He served as the sports editor and Gameday editor at the Daily Northwestern, his college newspaper.
Latest from Andrew Golden

Brady House, thriving in Fredericksburg, is central to the Nats’ future

“Getting to come out here and practice and play every day and not have to worry about anything else but doing that as your job," Brady House said. "It’s really nice, especially with me being 18.”

May 19, 2022

Keibert Ruiz, a natural introvert, is finding his voice with the Nats

Ruiz, 23, and backup catcher Riley Adams, 25, are early in their careers.

May 18, 2022

Long balls ruin Patrick Corbin’s day as Nationals fall flat vs. Astros

Houston slugged three home runs against Patrick Corbin to take the series with an 8-0 victory.

May 15, 2022

Nationals ride Yadiel Hernandez’s bat, grin and bear his glove in win over Astros

Hernandez entered spring training vying for a spot on the bench. He has since become a surprising spark in the lineup.

May 14, 2022

Nationals reunite with Astros, who promptly pounce on Josiah Gray

In a rematch of the 2019 World Series, it's clear the teams have headed in separate directions since.

May 13, 2022

Joan Adon’s control problems continue in Nationals’ loss to Mets

The Nationals' rookie right-hander has another short start, marked by an inability to throw strikes.

May 12, 2022

Juan Soto is seeing fewer strikes, but he’s chasing more pitches

Pitchers haven’t given Juan Soto as many strikes to swing at, and his numbers haven't been as strong as expected this season.

May 12, 2022

The Nationals’ defense, dogged by ‘lazy’ mistakes, is struggling

“Some of these errors that we’re making are just, brutally honest, kind of lazy mistakes, not moving their feet. It’s basically, they’re throwing errors,” Manager Dave Martinez said Tuesday. “So we got to continue to talk to them, we got to continue to move our feet and finish the play."

May 11, 2022

Nationals’ offense awakens with authority in rout of Giants to end skid

The Nationals break out of a collective offense slump to end their eight-game slide with a 14-4 rout in San Francisco.

April 30, 2022

Patrick Corbin is better, Nats’ offense is worse, and skid hits eight

The struggling left-hander pitches into the seventh but gets little support from the Nationals offense as the Marlins complete three-game sweep.

April 28, 2022