Mookie Betts adds to the legacy of great Black MLB outfielders

Cool Papa Bell, Willie Mays, Hank Aaron and Ken Griffey. All are considered among the best outfielders to ever play baseball.

The Jets were happy to hire Gase then, but what about now?

One of the prevailing questions discussed over the past several weeks on social media and group chats was, “Which New York football team would win a regular season game first, the Jets or the Giants?”

The NBA defied skeptics and salvaged a potential revenue catastrophe

Put this writer in the category of skeptic proven wrong.

Judge and the Giants finally taste the joy of winning

It took six games for the Giants’ Joe Judge to experience his first win as an NFL head coach.

Stony Brook revving up for another great season

Last season, Stony Brook University women’s basketball had the hardwood pulled out from under them when the America East conference tournament, which the Seawolves were hosting, was cancelled before the semi-final game.

St. John’s holds virtual Olympic Day

The mood was festive and reflective as people joined in via Zoom from all over the country Oct. 18 to celebrate St. John’s University’s eighth annual Olympic Day.

New York and Buffalo, a tale of two cities

As a sports town, New York has taken a back seat to seemingly most everywhere else. With only one win between both the Jets and Giants so far this season, and no parade for the Yankees since 2009, the city ...

Fairleigh Dickinson works toward better days

After years of a struggling women’s basketball program, in 2019 Fairleigh Dickinson University in New Jersey tapped Angelika Szumilo to be the new head coach.

The LeBron vs. Jordan debate should extend beyond the basketball court

LeBron James won his fourth NBA title on Sunday night in an illustrious career that has spanned 17 years and counting, leading the Los Angeles Lakers to a 106-93 win over the Miami Heat in Game 6 of the Finals ...

LeBron James could get what he wants, but not just yet

The quote, “Respect is earned, not given,” has been credited to several people. It is associated with the character Don Vito Corleone in the classic movie “The Godfather.”

As Sam Darnold recovers, the Jets release running back Le’Veon Bell

About one-third of the football season has ended. Already, one coach (Dan Quinn, Atlanta Falcons), one general manager (Thomas Dimitroff, Falcons) and a coach/general manager (Bill O’ Brien, Houston Texans) have been fired as their former teams have a combined ...

Female athletes have long been social justice warriors

Last night marked the Women’s Sports Foundation’s (WSF) annual Salute to Women in Sports, which took place online for the first time

Caple works to increase diversity and inclusion in college sports

Launched earlier this month, several college and university athletic programs are already accessing Return on Inclusion (ROI), a program designed to create a welcoming and inclusive environment for student-athletes.

The 0-5 Giants find winning an elusive pursuit

The Giants have normalized losing. It’s not as if they’ve resigned themselves to being terrible.

Knight named president-elect of the Women’s Sports Foundation

At last night’s Women’s Sports Foundation Salute to Women in Sports, presented virtually by Yahoo! Sports, Phaidra Knight, a member of the World Rugby Hall of Fame (the first African American and eighth woman inducted), was introduced as the organization’s ...