The football programs at historically Black colleges and universities have a long and illustrious history of producing legendary coaches and players.
“We know who we are,” said New York Liberty coach Bill Laimbeer after the team’s final home game of regular season play, an 81-69 win over San Antonio Stars. “We’re going to play our defense and get our rebounds, which ...
In today’s era of boxing, mega-fights happen only once every three years or so and are commonly mischaracterized.
Goals are always set high for St. John’s University’s volleyball. Currently 5-2 after last weekend’s Albany Invitational, middle blocker Danisha Moss is excited for the season ahead.
For the first time in US Open history, three African- American women, Venus Williams, Sloane Stevens and Madison Keyes have all advanced to an Open's quarterfinal round at the same time.
Venus Williams is the definition of longevity.
Serena Williams has given birth to a baby girl, according to her coach and the US Open's official Twitter account.
At 37, Venus Williams is the oldest woman playing at the U.S. Open. But age wasn’t a factor in her 6-3, 3-6, 6-2 first-round victory over 19-year-old Victoria Kuzmova of Slovakia Monday at Arthur Ashe Stadium in Queens.
Less than 10 minutes after Katrina Adams, the chairwoman, CEO and president of the United States Tennis Association handed the championship trophy and a $3.5 million check to Stan Wawrinka
“It begins with a question.” This statement is how Knicks president Steve Mills began his recent blog post on thegarden.com, Madison Square Garden’s website.
With a commanding 92-62 win over the Chicago Sky on Sunday afternoon, the New York Liberty not only won its eighth consecutive game, but also earned a bye for the first round of the playoffs.
Although Queens native Phyllis Francis is an Olympic gold medalist (4x400 relay in Rio), she headed into the women’s 400-meter final at the IAAF World Championships in London earlier this month decidedly in the shadow of U.S. teammate Allyson Felix ...
As part of the annual August month-long Harlem Week celebration, thousands of competitive and recreational runners converged in Manhattan’s famous village this past Saturday to participate in the Percy Sutton Harlem 5K Run.
More 1,000 athletes will be unemployed—albeit for some temporarily—by 4 p.m. this Saturday, the deadline for NFL teams to finalize their 53-man rosters for the start of the regular season.
It’s being said that the Jets’ best quarterback might still be in college.