During his senior year at Millville High School in New Jersey, Mike Trout set a state record with 18 home runs. He finished that season with a .531 average, 45 RBI, 19 stolen bases, and 49 runs scored as well. Just a few years later, as a member of the Los Angeles Angels, Trout would bat […]
As summer draws to a close, beach chairs and backyard BBQ’s give way to book bags and back to school shopping. Crews paint lines and groom fields while coaches whistles echo into the sunset, and we quickly are reminded that the onslaught of high school sports across the state is upon us. When I chose […]
The Upstate NY girls lacrosse just announced who will be on the roster at the seventh annual 2012 Under Armour Underclassmen Elite Stars Lacrosse Tournament. This is one of the most important regional annual tournaments because it sees competition from both girls and boys teams hailing from Baltimore, Long Island, New England, New Jersey, Upstate New York […]
The Sports World may seem like a deceptively glamorous life. Of course it is hard not to believe so for the simple fact of the perception that we all have about pro-athletes. They are all that, right? But for those behind the scenes or for a “one day in the life of’ a pro-athlete the […]
Talk about a legacy! Coach Hurley, the father has coached for 39 years and has had 23 of his former athletes playing in the NCAA and five of his athletes played in this basketball tournament. This Hall of Famer is a legend especially in the city where he was born and raised- Jersey City, where he used to work as a probation officer. His love for the kids and his love for his city keep him going. His whole heart is in what he does- that’s the Hurley Factor.
The 2011 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament has New Jersey representation throughout. Use this guide to help you follow the teams and players from New Jersey as they all try to make a deep run in this years tournament.
Yesterday was National Signing Day! In the future, when people think of Rutgers Football and the moments that pushed this program to the next level, February 2, 2011 may be one of those days.
While not completed just yet, as National Signing Day approaches, the 2011 Rutgers Football recruiting class is one of the best ever at the school.
Rutgers University got a verbal commitment that could bring the football program to the next level. Don Bosco Prep senior quarterback Gary Nova tweeted his intentions Monday morning.
With 2011 just about here, the Double G Sports Expert Panel has taken a look back at the past year. 2010 was not an exceptional year for most of the area teams. It did however bring us some very nice individual performances. Lets take a look at what the expert panel had to say about the year 2010.
The New Jersey state high school football championships will be played this weekend. Starting tonight and into tomorrow, twenty games will be played. Many young athletes will realize a dream of winning a state championship.
Before Eric LeGrand made his way to Rutgers University, he was a football player and student at Colonia High School in New Jersey. Known as a great young kid on and off the field, LeGrand was always well liked. LeGrand was paralyzed from the neck down after suffering a spinal cord injury to the C3 […]