Atlee High School junior Jada Foreman is easily spotted at track and field meets. She’s likely the one carrying the most medals—and also the most shoes.
As this basketball season winds down, Virginia Commonwealth University has become more concerned with X-rays than Xs and Os.
Hampton University’s Pirates accumulated a treasure chest of individual statistics this season, while often falling short on the scoreboard.
In terms of basketball entertainment, Bradley Beal is the Wizard of Oohs and Ahhs.
The PGA Tour without Tiger Woods was always inevitable purely because of age. His shattered right leg from his SUV flipping down a hill Tuesday morning on a sweeping road through coastal Los Angeles suburbs only brings that closer.
The Richmond 34 will not be forgotten, at least not as long as the Richmond Flying Squirrels have anything to say about it.
As a mere whippersnapper, I took a keen interest in watching sports, writing about sports and drawing pencil pictures at the kitchen table of my favorite sports figures. Nothing has changed after all these decades.
Plastic baseball bat and ball sets will be given away this weekend during Play Ball Richmond 2021, a youth baseball initiative of Major League Baseball in concert with the Metropolitan Junior Baseball League, which promotes baseball and softball for inner-city ...
Daryl Anderson Jr. is Norfolk State University’s spark from the arc. Most of his points come in bunches of threes.
With able assistance from former area athlete Jalon Jones, Deion Sanders is 1-0 as a college head football coach at Jackson State University.
Starved for baseball? Circle May 4 on your calendar. That’s the date the Richmond Flying Squirrels will return to action for the first time since 2019.
Remember the Kansas City Monarchs, the long-ago powerhouse in Negro Leagues baseball? They’re back! Well, sort of.
Randolph-Macon College will have to settle for a conference title this season, hopeful that a national crown remains on the table for 2021-22.
What’s commonplace today in college basketball — an all-Black lineup—was head spinning a half century ago.
Hampton University alumnus Charles Huff has become the first Black head football coach at Marshall University.