Graham Chatoor Sets New Records at UAA Swimming and Diving Championships

Graham Chatoor shined in the University Athletic Association Swimming and Diving Championships by setting new pool, meet and team records, establishing himself as one of the top long-distance swimmers in the nation. He earned...

The Multifaceted Debate of Whether We Should Pay College Athletes

It is one of the most debated questions in sports. The NCAA makes an estimated one billion dollars annually. But for the 480,000 student-athletes in this country, not one penny of salary was earned....

Why the College Football Playoffs Need Change

After 13 captivating weeks, the College Football Playoff selection committee has found itself in the predicament of choosing the best four teams to advance to the semifinal and national championship games. With the exception...

Yes, NYU Has Cheerleaders

If you’ve never been to an NYU basketball game, you may be surprised to know that our school does indeed have a cheerleading team. Decked out in purple and white uniforms, the cheerleaders smile...

Hockey Closes out Season With Exciting Overtime Win

The NYU Hockey team ended its regular season with back-to-back home games against the University of Delaware on Friday and Saturday nights. On Friday, the team hosted special guest President Andrew Hamilton, who gingerly...

Dan Klores, the Mastermind Behind ‘Basketball: A Love Story’

WSN sat down with Dan Klores, the creator behind a new ESPN series exploring basketball's largest figures' love for the sport.

Go Hard or Go Home: Why Division III?

Most kids who grow up playing sports say they want to be a professional athlete, and most professional athletes come from well-known Division I programs. Big Division I schools have a heavy athletic culture,...

The Case for More Female Referees

As the case is made for more representation for women in the sports world, many are debating the scarcity of female referees. This season the National Basketball Association had one female referee out of 64...

Meet the Olympic Qualifier Who Is NYU’s Newest Trainer

Growing up in a small New Jersey town, Angela Severn never imagined she would become an elite swimmer on her path to achieving athletic and academic excellence. Swimming in a man-made lake as a...

Catching Up With MLB Draftee CJ Picerni

On Sunday, May 8, 2016, the NYU Baseball team lost to Skidmore College 14-12 in their last game of the year. While the team didn’t finish out the season as team captain and now...

NYU Swimming and Diving Hires Former Violet as Coach

NYU Swimming and Diving stayed close to home when it added 2016 NYU graduate Krista Traub to its coaching staff in early October. Traub, who spent four years on the swimming and diving team...

Introducing the New NCAA Evaluation Tool Ranking System

Big changes are coming to the ranking of college basketball teams.
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