The Jets present an early holiday gift to the Packers

There was a time, win or lose, when the New York Jets and their head coach, Rex Ryan, only had to compete against the Giants, their MetLife roommate, for trending back page headlines.

Giants Remain Positive Despite 0-2 Start

The tenor exuded by the Giants in the locker room and beyond after Sunday’s 25-14 loss at MetLife Stadium to the Arizona Cardinals was optimism and hope.

Hofstra Aims for Another Championship

“We’re off to a good start with this new coaching staff,” said Adama Aja, a middle blocker on Hofstra’s volleyball team.

Serena, No. 1 in the world, wins sixth US Open title

Serena won her third consecutive U.S. Open championship and sixth overall to go along with winning her 18th Grand Slam championship.S

Giants' dismal season of 2013 continues with loss to the Lions

A team’s first game of the NFL regular season often triggers an overreaction from fans and media. However, the Giants’ loss to the Detroit Lions on the road Monday night, a 35-14 thorough whipping, perhaps was an ominous indicator of ...

The Packers can't wait to get their hands on Geno

The opening weekend of the 95th season of the NFL, now heavily overshadowed and marred by the release of Ray Rice’s elevator video, is one of the reasons why their fans love pro football so much.

Brazile, Hammon and Dunn honored by WNBA

As the Phoenix Mercury and the Chicago Sky prepare to do battle in the WNBA Finals, members of the league, as well as former players and other individuals from women’s sports, gathered in New York City last week for the ...

‘No No: A Dockumentary’ a home run

In 1966, a memorable Western film was released in theaters with a rather interesting title: “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.”

Jets’ toughest opponent will be their schedule

Sunday, the Jets will host the Oakland Raiders in their 2014 season opening game. Although the pre-season doesn’t count, it has perhaps provided a perspective on what Jets coach Buddy Ryan and his staff can expect from this 2014 team.

Can the Giants recover from last year’s nightmare season?

The question that must be examined as the Giants move toward their first game of the regular season Sept. 8 on the road against the Detroit Lions is, are they better than the 7-9 unit of last season?

Young girls leading the rise of USA tennis

Who, female or male, has what it takes to become the future face of American tennis? And will American female tennis players continue to jump out front over their male counterparts?

Fierce battles in WNBA conference finals

Although the first round of the WNBA playoffs was pretty simple—only one of four match-ups going to three games—the conference finals have been much more competitive.

NYC Basketball Hall of Fame inductions set to tip

The 25th New York City Basketball Hall of Fame class will be inducted Sept. 16 at the New York Athletic Club, located at 59th Street and Central Park West.

STA Serves receives U.S Olympic Committee grant to host U.S. Paralympic Wheelchair Tennis Camps

USTA Serves, the national charitable foundation of the United States Tennis Association (USTA), has received a grant from the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) through its Paralympic Integrated Adaptive Sports Program. As part of the grant, USTA Serves will host ...

Carmelo or no Carmelo, Phil isn’t losing any sleep

In the NBA, there is no longer an offseason. The term has become theoretical. Nowadays, teams are built into winners in large part through free agent signings.