The Giants take accountability for missing the playoffs again

Irrespective of the dubious move by Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson on Sunday night, the only finger pointing Giants coaches and players should do is at themselves.

Becky Hammon speaks to NY youth about careers in sports

Not long before she became the first woman to serve as head coach of an NBA team, stepping in when San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich was ejected during a game against the Los Angeles Lakers, New York Liberty alumna ...

Through persistent adversity, Hofstra women’s hoops perseveres

It is a season like no other. Division I women’s basketball is in play, but coaches and players understand that practices and games may be cancelled on short notice.

Jets look to end the season with a third straight win

The Jets, 2-13, are on a two-game winning streak after beginning the season 0-13. There’s only one game left, and what’s certain is they won’t finish with the singularly worst record in the NFL.

The year 2020 was the most challenging in American sports history

When we look back on sports in the year 2020, to describe it simply and succinctly, it was awful.

Incredibly, the Giants can still gain a playoff spot

It defies common sports logic that the Giants can still make the playoffs, which they haven’t done in the last three seasons and seven of the past eight.

Social activism and COVID-19 frame the year in sports

On July 10, all 13 players of the WNBA’s Atlanta Dream issued a statement via Twitter expressing their solidarity with the widespread racial and social justice actions taking place in the United States.

CIAA Conference creates opportunities for students

The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA), the nation’s oldest historically Black athletic conference, has been keeping students and student-athletes engaged with esports.

Manhattan women’s basketball is off to a good start

The Manhattan College women’s basketball team headed into Christmas break in a good position to take on conference play with confidence.

Haynes working to bring LIU back to prominence

In her second season as the head women’s basketball coach at Long Island University (LIU) in Brooklyn, Rene Haynes is not allowing the challenges of navigating COVID-19 to diminish her goal of bringing the Sharks back to being one of ...

Iona overcomes bumps in the road to score two big wins

Iona College’s women’s basketball team headed into Christmas week on a decidedly upbeat note after scoring two wins over Rider University.

The NBA opens its season in time for Christmas

The 2019-2020 NBA season ended just 10 weeks ago in the aptly named bubble at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, with the Los Angeles Lakers defeating the Miami Heat 4-2 in the Final.

The Knicks begin Year 1 of another hopeful rebuild

The Knicks opened their 2020-21 season last night in Indiana against the Pacers with far more questions than answers.

The Jets prevent the Grinch from stealing their first win

With 13 straight losses and the 14th anticipated, the New York Jets shockingly changed that notion by not only winning their first game of the season, but by defeating one of the NFL’s premiere teams, the Los Angeles Rams.

The Giants’ playoff chances diminish after consecutive losses

A little under three weeks ago, the Giants had the look of being the best team in the awful NFC East division.