Scholastic and Amateur

Brooklyn natives and their stickball league in Florida

Most of the Brooklyn natives I have interviewed for this “Brooklynites in Florida” series, especially those who grew up in the 1950s and ’60s, played stickball in the streets of Brooklyn at some time in their childhood. … Full Article

In Brooklyn, ACC debates new horizons vs. old traditions

Half a mile away from where college basketball's premiere conference tournament is being played, there are no signs that the Atlantic Coast Conference is in town. … Full Article

LIU-Brooklyn basketball begins title quest against RMU

It’s been four years since the LIU-Brooklyn men’s basketball program celebrated the last of its record three consecutive Northeast Conference Tournament championships here in Downtown Brooklyn. … Full Article

European swimmers come to Coney Island for US Winter Swimming National Championships

Competitive swimmers who participate in swim meets throughout Europe and the U.S. made a pact to reunite for a polar plunge in Coney Island on Saturday.  Some swimmers traveled from as far away as Czechoslovakia and Turkey to participate in the swim meet. … Full Article

Frink and Zanna double trouble for NEC foes

Redshirt senior Jerome Frink and junior forward Nura Zanna are emerging as the chairmen of the boards in the Northeast Conference thus far this season. Or at the very least, secretaries of the interior. … Full Article

Terriers getting it ‘Dunn’ in NEC play

St. Francis Brooklyn freshman guard Rasheem Dunn knows a thing or two about ending championship droughts in our fair borough. … Full Article

LIU enters break on three-game slide

What was once a promising start to the non-conference portion of their schedule, one that had them dreaming of going dancing in March, ended with a resounding thud for the LIU Brooklyn men’s basketball squad. … Full Article

LIU-Brooklyn basketball looks to bounce back at Barclays

LIU Brooklyn’s long-awaited homecoming turned into a house party gone wrong Sunday afternoon as head coach Jack Perri’s unit looked like the gang that couldn’t shoot straight in a humbling 82-68 loss to previously winless Dartmouth before a crowd of 1,052 Blackbird boosters at the Steinberg … Full Article

St Francis Giving Tuesday raised more than $115,000

Twice as many Terriers donated four times more money for Terrier Tuesday this year than last, raising more than $115,000 on a day when St. Francis College asks the community to give back.  … Full Article

Brooklyn's Sheppard sisters are the Sports Illustrated Kids 2016 Sportskids of the Year

Time Inc.’s Sports Illustrated Kids has named Tai, Rainn and Brooke Sheppard, of Brooklyn, New York, the 2016 SportsKids of the Year. … Full Article


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