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Four NY/NJ athletes advance to NCAA Track and Field Championships

They came out hard and several posted personal bests, but most of the Division I female track and field athletes from the New York/New Jersey area fell short at the NCAA Outdoor Regional Championships in Lexington, Ky.

Liberty fight hard, but fall to LA Sparks

Three New York Liberty players scored in double figures and the bench played some solid minutes, but it wasn’t enough against the defending WNBA Champion Los Angeles Sparks. Candace Parker put up a double-double with 20 points and 11 rebounds, ...

Baseball players can hold a grudge—They have long memories

During the eighth inning of Monday’s Memorial Day baseball game in San Francisco, the Giants versus the Washington Nationals, who were leading 2-0 with two outs, the bases empty, right fielder Bryce Harper up to bat is hit in the ...

Stargell auction elicits pain and anger for the family

Sports memorabilia is a lucrative business. The estimated global revenue exceeds $7 billion according to multiple sources that track sales and profits.

Minority ownership remains low in professional sports

When Derek Jeter was in his last years as a major league baseball player, the former New York Yankee icon was often asked if he would ever consider becoming a baseball manager.

LeBron James versus Michael Jordan—The debate continues

The Cleveland Cavaliers closed out their series against the Boston Celtics last week to advance to the NBA Finals, which begin tonight (Thursday).

Racial slur sprayed on LeBron's house: 'It's tough being black in America'

NBA star LeBron James' Los Angeles home has been vandalized with a racist slur spray-painted on the front gate, LA police tell CNN.

Tiger Woods, arrested on suspicion of DUI, blames prescriptions

Golfer Tiger Woods, arrested on Memorial Day in Florida on suspicion of driving under the influence, said alcohol was not involved and he had "an unexpected reaction to prescribed medications."

Golden State gets home early to prepare for the chip

The Golden State Warriors were good enough and talented enough to sweep through every round of the NBA’s Western Conference postseason since April 16 to be where they are today, home, preparing for nine days for the NBA Finals, which ...

Cavs one win away from a historic Finals rematch

When the Cleveland Cavaliers carried out an utter dismantling of the Boston Celtics on the road in Games 1 and 2 of the Eastern Conference finals by a total of 57 points, including a ridiculous 130-86 thrashing in Game 2, ...

Red Storm head to NCAA Regionals

The NCAA Outdoor Regional Championships take place today through Saturday in Lexington, Ky. Three members of the track and field team from St. John’s University will take part: Maya Stephens in the 400 meters, Adriana Wright in the 100-meter hurdles ...

Liberty dealt double blow

Up against the Minnesota Lynx, three-time WNBA Champions, the New York Liberty’s lack of cohesion coupled with an ailing Tina Charles led to a 90-71 loss.

Myron Rolle scores the ultimate touchdown

In a time when college and professional football is under intense scrutiny for its inherent violence and unethical practices by respective medical staffs, Myron Rolle may someday be at the forefront reshaping the game.

LeBron James versus Michael Jordan—The great debate

He’s labeled “the best basketball player in the world” and affectionately called King.

Today’s NFL players may one day dance with the stars

OTAs, the off-season training sessions implemented by NFL teams to help develop players and make them better has begun.