Boxing’s unexpected beauty

This past Saturday night, I had the opportunity to travel to the Barclays Center in Brooklyn for a middleweight title fight between Daniel Jacobs and Peter Quillin as a representative for WNYU, NYU’s radio...

Where to watch the Mets

With two games in the books, the 2015 World Series shifts back to Queens for games three through five. Tickets on the secondary market are skyrocketing to record-high prices, so travelling to Citi Field...

Recap of sports over winter break

The winter sports season is in swing, with a full slate of competitions occurring during the respite from academics. The men’s basketball team has roared out to a 12-4 record overall through Jan. 25th, with...

Baseball, softball improve as season draws to a close

  After a roller coaster ride of a first season, the NYU Baseball team is on the brink of an inaugural season above .500 with just two games remaining. The softball team, on the other...

NHL update at the quarter mark

With teams just past the quarter mark in the 82 game season, and early storylines either being played out or developing further, it’s time to check back in on preseason predictions and newly emerging...

Why Jose Mourinho should stay as Chelsea’s manager

Chelsea’s team is in shambles. That’s not even up for discussion. With only 11 points through 11 league matches, all that can be said about the media firestorm they’ve received is: fair enough. There...

Weekly Sports Update: Oct. 15 to Oct. 21

Women’s Soccer The women’s soccer team had a phenomenal week. The team won both of its games on the road, moving its record to 9-3-2. On Sunday, Oct. 15, the team defeated University of Rochester in...

Everything you need to know about the EPL so far

The start of the English Premier League has been a whirlwind. Now eight games into the season, the drastic change in odds offered by the UK betting companies indicates the uncertainty of professional soccer...

Basketball National Title Hopes Still Alive

The men’s and women’s basketball teams, continued their strong streaks against the University of Chicago on Friday before taking on Washington University in St. Louis on Sunday. The men came into the weekend at 12-2...

Weekend basketball faces wins, losses

The men’s and women’s basketball teams came out of their matchups this weekend with mixed results. Both teams dropped their first game on Friday night to the University of Rochester, but won close matches...

Preview: The World Cup of Hockey

The World Cup of Hockey is back. In a strange attempt to create a best-on-best tournament and steer the NHL away from Olympic hockey involvement, a World Cup has been staged for the first...

Training pays off for Violet swimmers and divers

The men's and women's swimming and diving teams continued their strong starts to their seasons over the weekend, emerging victorious against all three competitors they faced in Rochester, New York. The men’s team was...
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