Women’s Final Four is set

The hub of Division I women’s basketball action moves to Columbus, Ohio, for the NCAA Women’s Final Four.

The Lord has been Loyola’s shepherd—They’re going to San Antonio

It’s always interesting to see boxers at the beginning of their match cross their hearts and pray to be superior than their opponents

Yankee fans have high expectations for the year—Will Boone measure up?

The New York Yankees ended last season just one game away from going to the World Series.

With a new manager, Mets hope for a bounce-back season

It’s only been three years, but it feels as if the Mets are much further removed from their appearance in the 2015 World Series, in which they fell to the Kansas City Royals in five games.

The Knicks refuse to quit on the season

It would be a mischaracterization to assert the Knicks have little to play for as they close out the season.

James and Ciprès win first World medal

It has been a long and challenging skating season, but French pair skaters Vanessa James and Morgan Ciprès finished on a high note by winning the bronze medal at the 2018 World Figure Skating Championships, held last week in Milan, ...

Eagle Academy wrestlers garner All-American honors

High School senior Jayson Gomez and seventh-grader Cameron Mayfield, both of Eagle Academy in the Bronx, earned prestigious All-American and Future All-American honors, respectively, at the 29th National High School Coaches Association Nationals, held at the Virginia Beach Convention Center ...

March Madness recalls the feats of Bobby Joe Hill

With all the March Madness now commanding attention, and not excluding the tsunami of ignorance from the White House, it was surprising to see Jerry Harkness in the crowd in Atlanta when his alma mater, Loyola University of Chicago, defeated ...

Meet Tia Norfleet — NASCAR’s First Ever African American Female Driver

The road success of being a professional race car driver is not easy. Much more if you’re considered a minority.

Underdogs make their mark in NCAA Tournament

One by one, some of college basketball’s perennial powerhouses were picked off in the opening rounds of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament.

Hamilton, the college basketball coach, not the play

Fifty-two out of 68 teams are done, including North Carolina, the defending NCAA champions and the University of Virginia, this year’s overall 1-seed defeated by a 16-seed, the first time in 136 attempts. Xavier, one of the other three lower ...

Hostos brings national title to the Bronx

They were far from home. The Caimans had to play and win three games in three days.

St. John’s and Fordham advance in WNIT

It was one-and-done for the lone New York/New Jersey team in the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship as Princeton University fell to the University of Maryland 77-57.

Virginia’s historic season ends with Virginia’s historic loss

Even though there was no clear-cut favorite to win this year’s NCAA national tournament, the University of Virginia was the overall top-seeded team to qualify because of their regular season, 31-2 record.

CUNY and Rollin’ Knicks partner to increase disability opportunities

The Rollin’ Knicks are part of the National Wheelchair Basketball Association, which was founded in 1948 and comprises more than 200 wheelchair basketball teams across 22 conferences.