Wizards Split Two at Home Games in Light Week

The Washington Wizards had only two games on the schedule this past week, and will enjoy a similar schedule this upcoming week before their workload kicks up in the second half of the month. First,...

Beltway Series Concludes as Orioles Dominate Nats…Again

The Battle of the Beltway has slowly become the most anticipated regular season series for Nationals fans.  And lately, each series has ended in disappointment as the Baltimore Orioles continue to dominate the Nationals...

UCONN Survives Stanford, 53-47, to win Championship

The Connecticut Lady Huskies (39-0) played perhaps their worst first half of basketball all season long in Tuesday night’s NCAA women’s championship game against Stanford in the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. The same undefeated...

British Heavyweight Boxing Star Joshua Knocks out Ukrainian Boxer Klitschko for Heavyweight Titles

LONDON (AP) — Anthony Joshua survived the first knockdown of his young career, coming back to drop Wladimir Klitschko twice before stopping him in the 11th round Saturday night to retain his heavyweight titles. Before...

Knicks Land First Big Name of NBA Free Agency

The New York Knicks knocked down the first major domino in the NBA’s free agency period by coming to terms with former Phoenix Suns forward Amar’e Stoudemire, inking the five-time NBA All-Star to a...

Why Was Sam Lacy Left Out of 42?

I have been enjoying the rewards of retirement and no schedule to meet, but recent events have caused me to haul out the keyboard and dust off "Another Viewpoint,” my sports column that ran...

Big Ben’s Suspension Opens Lane for Black Quarterbacks

There were a lot of Baltimore Ravens fans smiling on April 21, and it wasn’t just because the NFL draft was in less than 24 hours. These smiles were more evil than joyous, and...

USA Overwhelms Argentina, 109-83, to Advance to Men’s Basketball Final

Five different U.S. players scored double-digit points as USA overwhelmed Argentina, 109-83, on Aug. 10 in the men’s basketball semifinals of the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London. Forward Kevin Durant led all U.S. scorers...

Howard’s February Struggles Continue with Loss to Savannah State

The month of February continues to haunt the Howard University Bison men's basketball team, who have lost five of the six games played this month. The latest defeat came in a 66-56 home loss...

Hoyas Face New Challenges in 2011-2012

Georgetown head coach John Thompson III (JTIII) has his work cut out for him this season. He lost three starters since last year including the two leading scorers, giving his team a completely different...

Coppin State Drops West Virginia Tech, 79-63, Remains Undefeated at Home

Click here to view a slideshow of Coppin State's victory over West Virginia Tech. Coppin State University’s (CSU) junior forward Antonio Williams and junior point guard Tony Gallo scored 16 points each to help Coppin...

Howard Falls to Savannah State, 71-50; Still Winless in 2012

The Howard University Bison have yet to shake their losing funk, falling 71-50 to the Savannah State Tigers in a Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) men's game Jan. 28 at the Tiger Arena in Savannah,...

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