UR Esports: a lockdown lifeline

Most UR sports teams and clubs have found themselves held back by COVID-19.   Most students were sent home, and regardless…

Football is back. Woohoo?

I know I’m not the only one who’s really glad that the NFL is back. I’m also not the only…

Renee Miller: at the crossroads of neuroscience and fantasy sports

Neuroscience and sports journalism aren’t two fields that usually cross. In fact, the only intersection that seems to exist is…

Goergen Athletic Center opens for full-time students

For the first time since students left campus en masse in March, the Goergen Athletic Center (GAC) has opened its…

Walkouts sweep national sports leagues after the shooting of Jacob Blake

On Tuesday, Aug. 25, following the shooting of 29-year-old Jacob Blake by police that morning, the Detroit Lions of the…

Hall of Famer Steve Nash returns from retirement to coach NBA’s Brooklyn Nets

Just over five years since his retirement as a player, and two years after his induction into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame, Steve Nash is returning to coach the National Basketball Association’s (NBA’s) Brooklyn Nets.

UR sports leagues halted for fall, team activities continue

At the time of writing, the cancellation only applies to competitions that have championships in the fall: soccer, volleyball, and cross country.

With UR sports gone, pro-sports provides options

If your favorite American sports are disrupted, consider international leagues for fall 2020 — they may be more niche, but are prominent in their own right.

UFC brings back live sports

I don’t recommend UFC to everyone, but there's not much else to do, so maybe it’s worth a shot.

Wrestling in the time of coronavirus

The first thing you wonder after learning that pro wrestling is fake is why so many people seem to care so much about it anyway.