Tagged - Basketball

New COVID restrictions allow in person sports despite remote learning

In response to surging cases in Monroe County, the University announced updated COVID-19 guidelines for students.

The ’Jackets are Back & Ready to Attack

UR’s varsity Yellowjackets have enjoyed a triumphant return to competition. Beginning in late February, many teams — including track and field and men’s basketball — were given clearance by the University to begin modified versions of their typical seasons.

Men’s Basketball comes up short in season finale

Despite a late game push by Men's basketball, Emory University proved too great an obstacle to overcome on UR's senior night.

Kobe left his mark on a generation of athletes

Kobe Bryant is gone, but his legacy lives in the hearts and minds of those who watched him play.

Kobe.

For 20 years he showed the NBA and the world how hard work could make you the greatest player alive. When he left the game, his name stayed on the court.

Cannon shows early promise in Basketball

Eric Cannon proves his worth through skill and commitment in his first season for Men's Varsity Basketball.

Too many games ruins a season

Some fans lose interest in the regular season when leagues play upwards of 100 games.

Men’s basketball wins cancer fundraiser

The UR Men’s and Women’s basketball teams competed in the annual Mark’s Pizzeria Crosstown Shootout, which pits local teams against each other to raise money for the American Cancer Society. 

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.