Scholastic and Amateur

They were outscored by a combined 26-4 while suffering consecutive losses during their brief stay in the Conway, South Carolina NCAA Baseball Regionals. … Full Article

Hernandez struggles as LIU loses in NCAA Tournament play-in game

The LIU Brooklyn Blackbirds were only going to go as far as Joel Hernandez could carry them this season. … Full Article

Isles dig in for one final playoff push

At this point last season, the Islanders were tied with Toronto for the final available playoff spot in the Eastern Conference with 13 games to play. … Full Article

LIU-Brooklyn ladies ‘March’ on in NEC Tournament

After watching their male counterparts complete a storied run to the NCAA Tournament on Tuesday, the Long Island University (LIU) Brooklyn women’s hoops squad began blazing its own path toward March Madness Wednesday night. … Full Article

Hernandez leads LIU-Brooklyn basketball back to Big Dance

Joel Hernandez wasn’t ready to end his playing days at LIU Brooklyn. He wanted to go dancing instead. … Full Article

Blackbirds reign supreme in Brooklyn battle

Long Island University (LIU) Brooklyn men’s head basketball coach Derek Kellogg insisted throughout his first season at the Downtown school that there isn’t much of a competitive gap between the 10 teams in the Northeast Conference (NEC). … Full Article

Fontbonne hoops star scores 1,000th career point

It was a big week for the Bonnies. Not only did Fontbonne Hall Academy’s Varsity basketball team come away with a victory against Monsignor McClancy Memorial High School on Feb. 7, but one of its players, Katie Marquardt, scored her 1,000th career point during the game. … Full Article

This may finally be the year for Brooklyn College women's hoops

The Brooklyn College (BC) women’s basketball team has been knocking on the door to the Division III NCAA Tournament for the past three years. It’s about time our borough’s Lady Bulldogs kicked the darned thing in. … Full Article

Thurston becomes winningest head coach in St. Francis College women's basketball history

John Thurston already holds the most impressive achievement in St. Francis Brooklyn basketball history. The only hoops coach in the Remsen Street school’s history to lead a team to an NCAA Tournament added yet another one Monday night in Emmitsburg, Maryland. … Full Article

17th flag football awards ceremony at St. Ephrem

While the country was gripped with Super Bowl fever this past weekend, Brooklyn had its own reason to celebrate the sport as trophies and honors were awarded to members of the St. Ephrem Flag Football League on Friday, Feb. 2 in the St. Ephrem School auditorium at 7415 Fort Hamilton Parkway. … Full Article

Hernandez leads LIU-Brooklyn mens hoops Blackbirds into NEC slate

First-year LIU-Brooklyn men’s head basketball coach Derek Kellogg didn’t mince his words back in November when asked about the importance of redshirt senior guard Joel Hernandez’s potential impact on the Blackbirds’ 2017-18 campaign. … Full Article


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