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Manhattan College’s Rokas Jocys rose up over Joshua Reaves of Mount St. Mary’s with his hopes clinging to every stage in the progression of his release. The rest of his thoughts may have gone blank as he watched the ball go through the net and then the rush of his teammates to celebrate him. more
The College of Mount Saint Vincent’s women’s basketball team was active during Thanksgiving break by picking up a tournament victory in Brooklyn. more
There are hoops diehards who live and breathe basketball this time of year. Then, there is the Bair family, who are not just lovers of the game but a built-in group of coaches and a Division I player from a quaint Pennsylvania town. more
Briggs McClain was preoccupied with starting a new high school career when something unexpected happened. His family had agreed to take in a foreign student who enrolled at his school to play basketball. It was the perfect match, for many reasons. more
The Manhattan College women’s basketball team has finally ended the drought. For the first time since 2010, the Jaspers topped  rival Fordham by a score of 58-44 in the Battle of the Bronx. more
This time of year is not only busy with professional football or college basketball. It is also crunch time for college soccer with high stakes on the line in win-or-go-home conference tournaments. more
On a fall day last year, Victoria Steinhoff noticed something different about New York City. The vibe and the energy were even more palpable than usual. Marathon day had arrived and Steinhoff wondered aloud to her mother how she too could someday be in the race. more
The Bronx Basketball Hall of Fame ’s second annual induction dinner and ceremony on Nov. 2 at Villa Barone Manor in Throggs Neck drew around 450 people to honor the 16 newest members. more
Manhattan College has a new kid on the block who can knock down threes and can freestyle with some dunking, too. The Jaspers have set in motion the latest chapter in the career of Xinyi Li, one of only five  active NCAA Division I men’s basketball players born in China. more
The forecast was not pretty, but that didn’t stop the 800 or so high school cross country runners from taking the course at Van Cortlandt Park for the Manhattan College Invitational. For the top performers, the rain may have been the extra refreshment they needed to rapidly navigate the 2.5-mile course. The lasting memories of the 51st annual event were all in all good. more
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