Category Archives: Women’s Sports

Fashion Night Out With Bill Laimbeer and WNBA Stars

Did someone say “No Fashion Night Out” in 2013? Absolutely not! With the heartbreaking suspension of the Vogue sponsored Fashion Night Out, 4 Season Style Management managed to put on a spectacular

Liberty Catch-ing Fever as Indiana Wins

The game started in the worst possible fashion here at the Prudential Center. Bad decisions and horrid passing killed the Kamiko Williams at forward experiment. She did not see any more action

Seton Hall Women’s Soccer Starts Off the Season with a Win

Friday afternoon, Seton Hall women’s soccer started off the season with a win against Army, winning 2-0. This is the third time both teams met and the first win for the Pirates

NEW YORK LIBERTY: ALL OR NOTHING

It has now come to this. The New York Liberty, in their final season at the Prudential Center, before returning to Madison Square Garden next year, are a game and a half

Season Recap: The 2013 NY/NJ Comets

The NY/NJ Comets are the newest team in National Pro Fastpitch (NPF), the nation’s premier softball league for women.  The team recently completed its first season in the league, putting together a

The What-If Game: Tory Zawacki Never Looks Back, But Uses Past Experiences in New Work at ESPN

There are many different ways to get to Flushing for the US OPEN, such as buses, the 7 subway line, and even the dreadful torture known as the Long Island Rail Road. Driving is even

LIBERTY AMBUSHED IN MINNESOTA, CAPPIE DOES NOT PLAY

The words of Cappie Pondexter concerning her foot injury were brave and spoken like a champion. Bill Laimbeer noted that four days off before the next road game in Chicago this Friday would

One Match Was One Too Many For Maria Sharapova and Jimmy Connors

What is a teacher? I’ll tell you: it isn’t someone who teaches something, but someone who inspires the student to give of her best in order to discover what she already knows.” 

Athlete’s Voices: Dina Parise, Episode 3: Personality VS. Performance the Bottom Line….

Now, don’t let the title fool you. I’m not implying that personality should override performance any day. I have to be on my game at all times. Drag Racing is an exhilarating,

As Liberty Fall to Washington, Cappie Refuses to Concede Season

Sometimes, a loss has to be filed away and forgotten. Such was the case when New York (10-14) dropped their first game to the Washington Mystics in their third encounter this season.

Hernandez’s Consistency Leads To Success In Day 1 of Junior Championships

Old Bridge’s Lauren Hernandez hit all four routines during her first day of competition in the junior women’s division at the 2013 P&G US Gymnastics Championships Thursday. Her consistency ruled a day

Hernandez and Agrapides Among New Jersey Hopefuls at Gymnastics Nationals

Hartford, Conn. - Midway through Wednesday morning, Lauren Hernandez took the floor at the 2013 P&G US Gymnastics Championships in Hartford, Conn. and demonstrated why she is one of the most talked