Can’t stop dancing

Something missing here? For the first time since the NCAA basketball tournament began in 1939, there are zero No. 1 seeds remaining in the Final Four.

Justices’ court rulings continue - JM’s Dennis Parker Jr. named Player of the Year

In what may be an unprecedented achievement, all five of John Marshall High’s starters were named to the Class 2, All-State first team.

Joe Taylor adds Hampton to his HOF honors

The name Joe Taylor is synonymous with Hall of Fame.

NSU’s associate coach is one to watch

Jasmine Young is building an impressive résumé as an up- and-coming women’s basketball coach.

NBA legend Willis Reed dies at age 80

Willis Reed, who belongs in any conversation about the greatest HBCU basketball players of all time, died Tuesday, March 21, 2023, of heart failure. The Grambling State and New York Knicks legend was 80.

VCU loses to Saint Mary’s 63-51 in NCAA West opener

VCU’s exceptional basketball season ended with a resounding, “What if?”

Jason Rivera Torres has ‘Swagger’ on and off the court

When it comes to Jason Rivera Torres, he’s all about a full court press.

JM Justices shoot for national title

John Marshall High has a state basketball title. Now it’s aiming for a national crown.

VUU’s Butler, Osborne heading to Houston

The basketball season isn’t over yet for Virginia Union Coach Jay Butler and senior standout Robert Osborne.

Britton Wilson wins open 400 meters, 4 x 400 relay

Britton Wilson struck gold twice in leading Arkansas to the NCAA Women’s Indoor Track and Field Championships in Albuquerque, N.M., on March 11.

Versatility defines Princeton’s Tosan Evbuomwan

NCAA March Madness is known for its heartwarming, underdog Cinderella stories. This year’s “Cinderella” wears pink shoelaces, speaks with an English accent, and has a name many mispronounce.

Antoine Craig named Sports Ambassador by the USABA

Being blind hasn’t stopped Antoine Craig from achieving much success. Now he hopes to encourage others to do likewise.

JM’s Justices win third state crown since 2018

The Class 2 State final was more showtime than showdown.

On the road again

VCU heads back to New York, only this time it will be to the state capital of Albany rather than to Brooklyn.

Kenny Brooks is Virginia Tech’s first Black coach to win women’s ACC crown

If the NCAA Women’s Basketball Coach of the Year was announced today, Kenny Brooks might be a leading contender.