The Jets had some bad news Wednesday for their fans on Long Island.
The Seawolves will be on hand for batting practice and to meet some of the Mets players. A short ceremony will be held before the first pitch of the game against Baltimore.
A lethal penetrator, Nurideen Lindsey could be ready to take the MAAC by storm.
It’s an area of the country that any native of the five boroughs will tell you is off limits — unless you’re Chaz Williams.
By Jon Rothstein » More Columns 1. SMALL BALL VCU may not have the offensive prowess it did a year ago when it reached the Final Four — but they are better defensively — and […]
Vin Parise had the chance to catch Tim Cluess and the Gaels at Hofstra last night against Mo Cassara and the improving Pride, who have now won three in a row after their 83-75 win over Iona.
Some of the annual preseason fire for Jets-Giants might be lost this year. Why? Because the teams will meet in the regular season on December 24. However, it’s still Gang Green against Big Blue, and that makes for an interesting night.
As far as the Jets go, they can never return to their former homes like the Polo Grounds, Shea Stadium or Giants Stadium, but they do have the ability to turn back the clock and return to their roots.
Former UConn Huskies forward Jamal Coombs-McDaniel was admitted Wednesday into a state drug education program that could leave him without a criminal record. He’ll have to take 10 drug education classes and perform 75 hours of community service.
Former Connecticut forward Jamal Coombs-McDaniel says his recent arrest on drug charges had nothing to do with his decision to transfer from the national champions.
St. John’s head coach Steve Lavin, Iona’s Tim Cluess, and Hofstra’s Mo Cassara joined Mike Francesa on Wednesday.
In honor of all the Top 10 wins that #25 ranked St. John’s has won this season, here is a Top 10 ‘quick thoughts list’ on metropolitan basketball.
In the midst of NFL football and Jets Mania, we have already completed two months of the college basketball season and conference play is officially underway.
There are 19 Division I schools within a 90-minute trip to Madison Square Garden, the center of all New York hoops, and 10 have a new coach this season.
Former Hofstra co-captain Luke Bonus lives in a house just a short walk from the stadium where he played college football. It’s bittersweet, or sometimes, just plain bitter.