There will be no national college basketball championships to celebrate this season. As unfortunate as that is, the pause in sports because of the coronavirus pandemic offers an opportunity to reflect on past glory.
When an aspiring young athlete suffers a devastating setback, he or she has two choices: They can moan “Why me?” and cry a river so deep they drown in it. Or they can grit their teeth, tighten their laces and ...
There is no official NCAA team champion this basketball season due to COVID-19, but there are many individual national champs. One, in fact, has a local address. Jacob Gilyard, the junior point guard for the University of Richmond, led the ...
John Marshall High School’s statewide domination of boys’ basketball doesn’t figure to end any time soon.
Virginia Union University’s quest for an NCAA women’s basketball title ended before it began.
COVID-19 has done what World War II couldn’t. It has put a halt to one of America’s sporting treasures – the NCAA basketball tournament.
Norfolk State University’s promising basket- ball season ended in unexpected fashion when the MEAC Tournament was canceled because of the coronavirus.
The area under the backboards is where Hassan Whiteside feels most at home, and he doesn’t take kindly to trespassers.
Some stories are so compelling that they need be told and re-told, over and over, so as not to be forgotten. The 1983 Virginia Union University women’s basketball team made news that still prompts goose bumps on Lombardy Street.
Virginia Union and Bowie State universities continue on a collision course.
Since switching from the CIAA to MEAC in 1997, Norfolk State University’s basketball team doesn’t come to the Richmond area anymore. But that doesn’t stop Richmond area fans from going to NSU.
The Armstrong High Wildcats are well represented on the 3B All-Region boys basketball team.
Virginia Commonwealth University’s basketball team has arrived in The Big Apple with big upsets on its mind.
Mo’ne Davis, who became famous pitching a baseball, is now making her mark on the college softball diamond.
Winston-Salem State University will forever cherish memories of the final CIAA Tournament in Charlotte, N.C., before the event moves in 2021 to Baltimore. Meanwhile, Virginia Union and Virginia State universities may be inclined to burn their 2020 scrapbooks.