Women’s Basketball Enjoys Fruitful Start to Season

The women’s basketball team is enjoying a strong start to the 2019-20 season, with a 6-1 overall record. Averaging 92 points per game, the Violets have focused on their three-point shooting and scoring in transition....

How the NCAA Did Wrong by James Wiseman (And Every Other Student-Athlete)

Last month, the NCAA announced that University of Memphis first-year basketball player James Wiseman will be suspended for 12 games. The No. 1 ranked prospect in the class of 2019 will not return until...

Monday Musings: On Colin Kaepernick, Harden’s Heroics and the Internet’s Favorite NBA Player

Don’t Forget About Colin Kaepernick In case you missed it, ex-NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick had a 40-minute workout with eight NFL teams last month. Despite being out of the game for three years after being...

Senior Captains Set Impressive Tone for Wrestling Team

CAS senior Evan Drill and Stern senior Sean Lyons are off to a strong start this season, each going undefeated and winning their respective divisions in the Roger Williams Invitational on Nov. 16, leading...

Three Cross Country Runners Compete in NCAA Division III Championships

Cross Country Three of NYU’s runners participated in the NCAA Division III Championships on Saturday. Steinhardt first-year Siena Moran and CAS first-year Leah Haley ran in the women’s 6K race, and CAS junior Dillan Spector...

Women’s Volleyball Crowned ECAC Champs Again

For the second year in a row, women’s volleyball captured the ECAC Division III Championship. The tournament took place in Scranton, PA at Marywood University from Nov. 16 to 17. “It was important for us...

Didn’t See That Coming! Three Shockers in the NBA

1. Ja Morant Is the Real Deal The Memphis Grizzlies No. 2 pick is currently leading all rookies in points per game and assists per game with 19 and six, respectively.  On Saturday night against LeBron James...

Women’s Basketball Continues to Dominate

Women’s Basketball The Violets continued to run through their opponents this week, beating Farmingdale State on Tuesday and Sarah Lawrence College and Stevens University this weekend by a combined differential of 146. In both games,...

Mustaches for a Cause: NYU Hockey Joins Movember Movement

This November, members of the NYU men’s hockey team are growing out their mustaches in support of Movember, a global charity dedicated to raising awareness about men’s physical and mental health. Through encouraging men...

Houston, We Have a (Sign-Stealing) Problem. Again.

Last week, ex-pitcher for the Houston Astros Mike Fiers told The Athletic that the Astros used a center field camera to illegally steal signs during the team’s championship season in 2017. In that year’s...

Monday Musings: On Melo’s Return, the Spurs’ Coaching Dilemma and Lamar Jackson

Carmelo Anthony Is Back, Baby After a year away, former New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony will be making his return to the NBA — this time with the Portland Trail Blazers. Sure, the memory of...

Women’s Volleyball, Men’s Soccer Make Postseason

Last week marked the end of the regular season for many NYU teams, but on Monday, it was announced that two teams had made the postseason. Men’s soccer and women’s volleyball both qualified for...
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