Professional Sports

Ghyzel progresses to the pros

UR Baseball starting pitcher John Ghyzel, who completed his junior season for the Yellowjackets last spring, was drafted by the…

Who’s in and who’s out: Prospective members of the Baseball Hall of Fame

Reviewing and predicting who's going to enter Hall of Fame.

Golden State and Cleveland are still the teams to beat

Throughout the first round of the NBA Playoffs, the conventional wisdom hasn’t changed much despite a good amount of competitive games. There were no major upsets, as Golden State and Cleveland showed they are still the teams to beat in their respective conferences.

Red Wings out-slug competition in early season win

The Rochester Red Wings used clutch hitting to earn their first home win on the 2017 season by a score of 10–6 on a warm Sunday afternoon.

For prolific USWNT, pay will now match accomplishments

Earlier this month, the U.S. Women's National Soccer team reached a deal with the U.S. Soccer Federation. The agreement includes an increase in compensation and travel benefits, as well as support for players who are starting a family.

Coach Martin’s grit fueled SC’s Final Four run

The 2017 NCAA Men’s Basketball Final Four features No. 1 North Carolina versus No. 3 Oregon and No. 1 Gonzaga versus No. 7 South Carolina. Only 0.01 percent of brackets submitted on ESPN featured all four of these teams in their Final Four.

Can an American win make the WBC relevant?

This year's was a tournament filled with entertaining, competitive games that were above all fun to watch.

A rounded look at Irving’s flat-earth comments

Kyrie Irving, the All-Star point guard of the Cleveland Cavaliers, made headlines this past week for reasons completely unrelated to his on-court prowess.

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.