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NCAA: Evil Empire or Necessary Rule Maker? PART 2 of 5: The NCAA vs. Reggie Bush

Reggie Bush was a two time All-American running back, National Champion and one of the most exciting college football players to take the field during his three years at USC. In 2005,

NCAA: Evil Empire or Necessary Rule Maker? PART 1 of 5: The “Basic Purpose” of the NCAA

Division I Athletics has seen a large growth in popularity and monetarily over the last decade and a half.  This is because of the rise in talent that incoming collegiate athletes have.

Lehman Eliminates Baruch in the Quarterfinals of The CUNY Basketball Championships

After a disappointing 7-18 record last year, which included only two conference wins, the Lehman College men’s basketball team has come full circle.  They beat Baruch College 68-60 on Saturday in the

CUNY Basketball Championship Seeding Announced At Annual Awards Luncheon

The 49th annual City University of New York (CUNY) Basketball Championships got underway recently, featuring tournaments for both the community and four-year colleges in the system.  The community college tournament ended on

A Leader Both In Athletics & Academics: Baruch Volleyball’s Steven Coniglio

The men’s volleyball team at Baruch College has won the CUNYAC championship in each of the last five years. This year they are ranked fifth in the nation (Division III) and appear

2013 Double G Sports Awards Announced

After weeks of nominations and finalist voting, the 2013 Double G Sports award recipients have been announced. Teams and individuals were awarded this years honors as well as an award for NY/NJ

St. John’s Tops Columbia in Brooklyn Hoops Winter Festival

  It wasn’t pretty in the opener of the Brooklyn Hoops Winter Festival opener between the St. Johns Red Storm (8-3) and the Columbia Lions (7-5) at the Barclay’s Center.  In the

Siena Basketball Defeats Hofstra at Home

The Saints basketball team took on Hofstra at Albany’s Times Union Center last Monday, and lead the way for more than half the game to take the win 67-59. Siena had their

Siena to Host 2015 NCAA Women’s Basketball Regional

Albany’s Times Union Center will be hosting its first NCAA Basketball tournament in over 10 years, and its first women’s NCAA basketball tournament ever. Siena College is partnering with the Metro Atlantic

Brooklyn College Women Fall to The College Of Staten Island in “The Battle Of The Verrazano”

The men’s and women’s basketball teams at Brooklyn College began tackling their conference schedules Friday evening when they hosted “The Battle Of The Verrazano,” a double-header against their rivals, the College Of

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,

NJAC All-Conference Football Teams Announced

Pitman, NJ — Morrisville State College junior quarterback Lemar Johnson (Ossining, NY/Ossining) and The College of New Jersey’s senior linebacker Nick Bricker (Middletown, NJ/Middletown North) have been selected as the NJAC Offensive