Tagged - Basketball

For Ethington, friendships outweigh dominance

Senior guard Lena Ethington led Women’s Basketball in minutes, points, and steals. Though the team ended with a 10–15 record this season after making the Elite Eight last season, Ethington reflected on the challenges the team has faced and her experience as a player.

Door shuts on basketball’s tournament run, careers of six seniors

UR Men’s Basketball team fell in the second round of the NCAA Division III tournament to Amherst College 75–67, ending the team’s season.

Lundstrom lifts Men’s Basketball to victory

With the win on Friday and an additional senior-night victory Sunday against Washington University in St. Louis, the ‘Jackets improved to 18–4 on the season, and are now ranked 22nd in Division III. With an 8–3 conference record, they also are tied for first in the UAA with Emory.

Okoniewski reflects on switch to college ball

First-year forward Julianna Okoniewski is already a key contributor for Women’s Basketball. As a starting post player, she leads the team in points and field goal percentage, and is second on the team in rebounds and blocks.

Clamage lifts Men’s Basketball to victory

Thanks to a 41-point game by senior guard Ryan Clamage, Men’s Basketball defeated Carnegie Mellon 78–70 this past Friday.

Forness has high hopes for basketball season

Though Women’s Basketball is off to a 1–4 start, junior forward Ally Forness has been an important starter. Forness leads the team in field goal percentage.

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar discusses sports and politics in exclusive interview

The NBA great spoke on topics ranging from the perception of Muslim Americans and arming of Public Safety officers to the 80's comedy "Airplane".

Cavaliers struggle after LeBron’s exit

Only five months after the Cleveland Cavaliers found themselves pitted against the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals, the team is now facing a completely different fate for the 2018–19 season.

Abdul-Jabbar answers questions before appearance

The NBA great and social activist responded to questions via email in advance of his talk on Nov. 5 at the Palestra.

When in Rome, do as the ballers do

It seems that many of the players’ fondest memories of their Italian trip came not only from the games they played, but the time spent bonding with their teammates in a foreign country and their interactions with the Italian teams and locals.