Steele Stanwick featured in NY Times article


Wells Sr. still strings all of his children’s sticks, and he taught them how to make adjustments. When Steele was in college, he would text his father pictures of his stick, and his father would walk him through what to do. Once, before Virginia’s first-round game in the N.C.A.A. tournament in 2012, the strings on Steele’s stick broke, so Wells Sr. drove to Charlottesville and used his sailing background to repair the head, using fishing wire to fuse the leather together.

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