It is common nowadays to see Black athletes excel at every position on the football field—every position, that is, except kicker.
Here’s great news for University of Colorado football fans: Brenden Rice is starting to look a lot like his famous dad.
Jackson He is big, fast and strong, about what you’d expect of a football player at Arizona State University. But what makes him really special is his nationality. He is Chinese.
Team Woods attracted most of the cameras but fell short of winning the title at the PNC Championships in Orlando.
Slugging catcher Josh Gibson always had the talent to be a Major League Baseball player. That was never in question. But it wasn’t until last week that the man known as the “Black Babe Ruth” officially became a major leaguer.
Don’t be surprised if there’s a spike in sales of old Negro League baseball gear— and just in time for the holidays.
The Seattle Seahawks are a West Coast team with a strong West End of Richmond influence.
The ranks of Black coaches in the NCAA’s Football Bowl Subdivision continue to shrink.
Thomas “Tiny” Lister, a track and field champion, professional wrestler and actor, died Thursday, Dec. 10, 2020, at his home in Marina del Ray, Calif.
There will be no CIAA men’s or women’s basketball this winter. Nor will there be any women’s volleyball. The CIAA Board of Directors has voted to cancel the seasons because of fears related to COVID-19.
Former Richmonder Russell Wilson is one of 32 finalists for the NFL Walter Payton Man of the Year Award.
Players, even coaches, come and go. But one thing seems constant regarding Virginia Commonwealth University hoops— the 3-pointer is a Rams center-ring attraction.
The latest chapter in Virginia Commonwealth University’s long history of playing historically Black colleges and universities didn’t go well for the visitors from Greensboro, N.C.
Ready or not, here comes the NBA, just in time for the holidays.
Major League Baseball’s Cleveland team will drop its “Indians” name following persistent criticism that it was offensive to Native Americans, the franchise said on Monday.