When Joe Mihalich took over as the men’s basketball coach at Hofstra last year, he took over a program in need of a fresh start.
The Bolts have named former Jets offensive lineman John Bock as their head coach. Bock played six seasons in the NFL for the Jets and Dolphins after playing college football at Louisville and Indiana State.
When the Islanders’ 43-year history at Nassau Coliseum ends after this coming season, one moment will always stand alone as the best. It’s really not debatable.
With the Jets and Giants’ seasons underway, area sports fans are back in football mode. But if you can’t get enough football, business will pick up next month when the FXFL launches its inaugural season.
“Club Soccer 101” is that extra help for the soccer novices, but it’s also a good resource for the most educated soccer fans as well.
A new helmet that has hit the market is drawing plenty of attention around the football world.
For its 2014 football card set, The Topps Company has partnered with NFL.com Fantasy Football to include fantasy football stats on the backs of cards.
It’s a story about an unpublished manuscript that threatens to start a sexual-abuse scandal surrounding a small Catholic school on the Jersey Shore.
The Bolts will play at Coney Island’s MCU Park, home of the Brooklyn Cyclones.
As my family gets ready to meet Mickey Mouse and friends, let’s dive into my lack of respect for Fireman Goofy — and what triggered it.
Ed Anzalone spent half the interview talking Jets, and the other half ripping two detractors who happen to be FAN employees: Joe Benigno and Peter Schwartz.
Pole Position Raceway’s newest location in Farmingdale has become a big hit in a matter of weeks. It takes seconds to get around the track and it’s only taken a New York minute for the raceway to become a huge success.
“I think they liked Farmingdale very much,” school administrator Patrick Calabria said. “What’s not to like? We have a beautiful campus.”
They’ve already clinched a berth in the Major League Lacrosse playoffs, but the New York Lizards still have a chance to host a postseason game if things go their way on Saturday.
Four courageous men — Marion Motley, Woody Strode, Kenny Washington and Bill Willis — broke the color barrier in pro football. This is their story.