Category Archives: Women’s Sports

Athlete’s Voices: Amy Zimmer, Episode 1. St. John’s Volleyball has partnered with some local athlete’s to develop this great column titled, Athlete’s Voices. In this column, some of your favorite local athletes will share their lives with you, both on

Women’s History Month Interviews: Brooklyn’s Heather Hardy Found Herself in the Boxing Ring

Heather Hardy discovered the sport of boxing in her late twenties during the onset of her separation from her ex-husband, when a little kick boxing school opened in her neighborhood offering late

Women’s History Month Interview Series: Q&A with Yahoo! Sports Producer & Content Editor, Kari Van Horn

We continue our Women’s History Month Interview Series today with a do-it-all type. Kari Van Horn is many things. In addition to reporting, Kari is also the Producer and Content Editor at

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

Stoppage-Time Goal by Sky Blue Defender Kendall Johnson Equals Game Winner

Queens, N.Y. – Sky Blue FC defeated St. John’s University 1-0 on Saturday afternoon in its  first exhibition match of the 2014 preseason at Belson Stadium. A stoppage-time goal by defender Kendall

Women’s History Month Interview Series: Associate Vice President for Athletics, Kathy Meehan

As part of Double G Sports 2014 Women’s History Month Interview Series, Associate Vice President for Athletics at St. John’s Kathy Meehan (BIO) was kind enough to answer a few questions.  Throughout

Women’s History Month Interview Series: Q&A with MLB Network’s Heidi Watney

There is much more to MLB Network anchor Heidi Watney than meets the average baseball fan’s eye. Popular for her prior roles as the Boston Red Sox beat reporter and host on

Women’s History Month Interview Series: Maggie Parker, The Women Who Made History On A Bull

In a sport that is dominated by testosterone, Maggie Parker has proven you do not need a pair of balls to become a professional bull rider, instead all you need is desire

Women’s History Month Interview Series: Professional Golfer Carin Koch

Carin Koch is a Swedish professional golfer who plays on the Ladies European Tour and on the U.S. based LPGA Tour. Since turning professional in 1992, Koch has one Ladies European Tour

Women’s History Month Interview Series: Q&A with US Olympian Alicia Sacramone

Alicia Sacramone was a member of the Silver Medal winning US Olympic team in 2008 and has won nine career World Championships medals, including three Golds, four Silvers and two Bronzes, the

Sky Blue to Face Off Against St. John’s, PSU, and North Carolina in Preseason Bouts

Sky Blue FC announced its complete 2014 preseason schedule Tuesday. New Jersey’s National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) pro team will compete in three exhibition games against some of the top collegiate teams

Women’s History Month Interview Series: Former Liberty Star, Kym Hampton, Continuing Stardom

For Kym Hampton, making the transition from a star basketball player to a star on stage wasn’t an easy process.  Overcoming her shyness to sing in public because as she put it: