With pitchers and catchers reporting to their respective spring training camps, baseball season is finally beginning after nearly a three-and-a-half month offseason. In that time, there have been many moves made between teams, some big free agent signings and some head-scratching moments.Read More
In a span of exactly five months, the Toronto Maple Leafs made major headlines with two marquee free-agent signings.Read More
As the spring semester goes into full swing, Baruch College’s spring athletics season has also commenced. Men’s volleyball has already begun its regular season games, while baseball, softball and tennis are still weeks away from their first matchups.
The men’s volleyball team is 10 games into its 2019 season and sits at a record of 3-7.Read More
A robot developed by MIT engineers is learning how to play Jenga in an attempt to gather more information on how the process of machine learning can be improved.Read More
Another "Battle of Lexington" is in the books for the Baruch Bearcats, with men's basketball securing a big win. For those who do not know, "Battle of Lex" is one night out of each year, where Baruch and Hunter College face off in a doubleheader of basketball games, one by each of the women’s and men’s teams.Read More
The men’s and women’s swim teams are looking to establish a dynasty and are another step closer after repeating as CUNYAC champions following the CUNYAC final. Alan Li was named MVP of the event.Read More
In Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, where Qataris were not allowed to enter because of the Saudi-led blockade imposed around the Arabian Peninsula, the Qatar national soccer team dominated Japan, the continental giants in the past three decades, and won the AFC Asian Cup for the first time, becoming the ninth nation to win the Cup.Read More
The trade deadline came a week ahead of schedule for the New York Knicks, as they facilitated the first blockbuster trade of the 2018-2019 NBA season.Read More
Mere hours after the New England Patriots won their sixth championship in 18 years, quarterback Tom Brady posted a video to his Instagram with tight end Rob Gronkowski.Read More
In the wake of a shocking blockbuster trade in which New York Knicks’ star Kristaps Porzingis was sent to the Dallas Mavericks, fans of both teams are left wondering what’s next for their respective franchises.Read More
With the second half of the season underway and the Feb. 25 trade deadline quickly approaching, the New York Rangers have serious work to do.
They have pending free agents that will almost certainly be dealt by the deadline, most notably Mats Zuccarello and Kevin Hayes, two longtime fan favorites.Read More
Super Bowl LIII was boring and I don’t just say that because I’m not a sports fan.
I once had a seven-year streak of watching the big game, even though I had no interest in watching football — the Super Bowl was generally my one sports viewing of the year — and I found the joys in the game where I could.Read More
With the winter session over and the spring semester starting back up, it has come down to the final stretch of games for Baruch’s winter sports teams before the Bearcats’ spring teams start their seasons.Read More
New Yorkers are some of the most knowledgeable, yet impatient sports fans in the world. Their passion and loyalty for the teams they root for every single day, week, month, and year is unparalleled and something to marvel at.Read More
As the match against Iran went on and when China was already resoundingly beaten well before the final whistle, Marcello Lippi, the Italian manager of China, decided to retreat to the dugout instead of standing in the technical area as he did for more than half of the game.Read More