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Hilliard revs up for a busy summer

On June 1, the Wendy Hilliard Gymnastics Foundation presented its annual showcase, “Showtime in Harlem,” at the historic Harlem Armory.

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Hoopstar turned broadcaster seeks to reshape youth sports culture

Sports have played a central role in the life of Lea B. Olsen.

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Liberty score huge road win

Center Amanda Zahui B scored a career-high 37 points.

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Miles makes first USA Basketball team

She’s a distinctive presence on the court, a 5-foot-11 point guard wearing glasses.

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Liberty notch first win of the season

The New York Liberty have been improving game by game, and things finally clicked on Sunday, June 9, when the team scored an 88–78 home court win over the Las Vegas Aces.

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Liberty still searching for first win

Although there are some nice things happening with the New York Liberty this season, thus far the team is missing the most crucial positive—a win.

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Up2Us Sports honoree pays it forward

Former Division I basketball player and Yonkers native Tiffany Corselli has overcome obstacles in her life, including eviction and homelessness.

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Liberty lose in final home game of the season

After Sunday’s New York Liberty 86-77 loss to the Atlanta Dream in the final home game of the season, renowned journalist Mechelle Voepel tweeted, “There are longtime Liberty fans who’ve dealt with being ignored/taken for granted by MSG Co., made the 3-year trek to Prudential Center, and have endured this dispiriting season at Westchester County Center. I’m sorry; you all deserve better. But your loyalty is commendable.”

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St. Francis prepares for volleyball season

Everything about collegiate women’s volleyball is fast and intense.

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Liberty lose what could be last-ever game at the Garden

The New York Liberty entered Monday’s camp day game already out of playoff contention. With just seven games left to the team’s 2018 season, the players were playing for pride, and for three quarters of the game, it was a fierce battle.

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