Author Archives: Bob Whitney

Women’s History Month Interview Series: Q&A with Kristi Dosh, Leading Sports Business Reporter

Kristi Dosh is one of the sports world’s leading authorities and reporters on the business of college and professional sports. She has used her lifelong passion for sports and her extensive legal background to

Rider Advances in MAAC Tournament

SPRINGFIELD, MA. – No.8 Rider University men’s basketball team rallied in the second half from an eight point deficit to defeat No. 9 Monmouth University, 71-60, in the first round of the

Women’s History Month Interview Series: Q&A With St. John’s Women’s Basketball Captain Briana Brown

Briana Brown has distinguished herself as a true leader on and off the court for the St. John’s University Red Storm. Brown, a native of Norwalk, Ct., was named the Red Storm’s

New York native, James Pannell Provides Opening Game Heroics for Virginia Lacrosse

If this game was any indication of things to come in the upcoming college lacrosse season, then lacrosse fans  across the country will be in for an exciting season. The University of

Olympic Spotlight: Meet Craig Brown of Team USA Curling

Craig Brown is a skip and alternate on the 2014 Team USA men’s curling squad which will be competing for Olympic Gold in the 2014 winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, beginning February

OLYMPIC SPOTLIGHT – Team USA Curling: Meet Allison Pottinger

Allison Pottinger is a skip on the 2014 Team USA women’s curling squad which will be competing for Olympic Gold in the 2014 winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, beginning February 5. Pottinger

Three Local High Schools Crack USA Today Super 25 Preseason Girls Basketball Rankings

A trio of local area high school girls basketball teams dot the list of the most recent USA Today Super 25 girls basketball preseason rankings. Malcolm X Shabbazz High School (Newark, NJ),

Hofstra’s Leah Galton, CAA Player of the Year, Motivated For More Success

For Hofstra University sophomore soccer sensation, Leah Galton, she is living her dream of going to America to study and play soccer. “It has always been my desire, from an early age,

Hofstra Pride Shutout by Huskies, 2-0 in Big Soccer Match

The Hofstra Pride men’s soccer team had a number of streaks broken in their Colonial Athletic Conference showdown with the Northeastern Huskies on a cool, crisp evening at Parsons Field in Brookline,

Rutgers Women Run Into Buzz Saw: No. 4 Virginia Gives Scarlet Knights First Loss of Season, 6-0

The Rutgers women’s soccer team found out what it will take to compete with the elite teams in college soccer. The Scarlet Knights faced No. 4 Virginia in Charlottesville Friday night (September

Rutgers Versus Fresno State – Not Your Opening Cupcake

Rutgers University football coach Kyle Flood had his tongue in cheek when he recently expressed his gratitude to his school’s athletic department for scheduling Fresno State as the Scarlet Knight’s opening opponent.


You’ve heard it said many times before – doesn’t quite fit the mold of your classic elite athlete. Well, for West Babylon, NY native and Hofstra University All American softball pitcher Olivia