Professional Sports

Owens was brash, but numbers speak for themselves

Terrell Owens was not voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame for a second consecutive year, despite having 15,934 career receiving yards and 153 career receiving touchdowns.

Williams family continues to reap returns on investment

In November of 1992, Trans World Sport, a weekly sports-related television program, did a feature on future tennis stars Serena and Venus Williams and their father, Richard.

Red Wings’ Kepler promising in first MLB season

Last spring, the Campus Times interviewed rising Rochester Red Wings outfielder Max Kepler. As it turns out, Kepler was called up to play for the Minnesota Twins, and appeared in 113 games this season.

Teams win playing ‘girly basketball’

If you want to change the stereotypes associated with female athletes, then go out support our Yellowjackets in their quest to reach another NCAA Elite Eight.

Newton navigates treacherous playing conditions

The issues of race, attitude, and bias have all come into question with the NFL here.

Low ratings reflect NFL’s deep issues

This has been a tumultuous first half of the season for the NFL, between the Colin Kaepernick–led National Anthem protests, continued concussion controversy, and issues with the broadcasts themselves.

NBA veterans have retired, but the younger stars are aligning

Despite being surrounded by midterms and problem sets, this a unique time of year where all sports fans can rejoice—all four major sports are happening concurrently.

UR Alumnus takes on NBA’s Kings

UR basketball graduate John DiBartolomeo played against the Sacramento Kings on Monday, Oct. 10 for Maccabi Haifa of the Israeli Premier League.

World series droughts snaped

So far in this chaotic and unpredictable 2016 MLB postseason, we know the Cleveland Indians and the Chicago Cubs will be heading to the World Series.

A requium for the Phillies

With a 5–2 loss to the Mets last Sunday, the Philadelphia Phillies’ season came to a merciful, much-needed end.