Fans lose when NHL locks out players

For the second time in eight years, NHL owners and players have failed to agree on a new contract bargaining agreement and may have to cancel the entire season.

Men’s tennis split first tourney of the season

NYU men's tennis went 8-8 in singles and 4-4 in doubles at the College of New Jersey Lions Kickoff Tournament.

Men’s cross country wins second meet of the season

Men's cross country wins again at Monmouth University, while the women fail to repeat last week's second place finish.

Men’s soccer breaks record with 6-0 start

Men's soccer defeated Baruch College 4-0, and women's soccer won 8-2 at SUNY College at Old Westbury.

Sports Weekend Watch: Catch the best football action

As football season revs up, tune into the most anticipated games this weekend with our first edition of Weekend Watch.

Charges against Armstrong should not overshadow successes

Though Lance Armstrong recently chose to stop fighting allegations of doping, his legacy should not be tainted by his decision.

Violets take down Hunter College

Women's volleyball avenged last year's loss to Hunter College and extended their wins streak to three.

Men’s soccer stays hot, shuts out CCNY

Men's soccer has achieved five consecutive wins for the first time since 1994, when the current head coach Joe Behan played on the team.

Cross country captain hopes for happy ending to running career

Gallatin senior and cross country co-captain Kevin Bonilla plans to successfully finish off his last year as a competitive runner.

Jets and Giants kick-off an exciting season

Football season has started and is sure to be intriguing and entertaining to both Giants and Jets fans.

Despite avid fans, Mets continue to disappoint

With a less-than-desired performance this season, the Mets fall short of the MLB average and aren't particularly thrilling their fans.

Yankees lose to Orioles after botched call by umpire

Umpire Jerry Meals' mistake may alter the race for the AL East divisional title.
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