National Sports

College Video Gaming Has No Place In Athletic Departments

Competitive video gaming is a hobby, not an athletic competition.

O’Bannon Ruling Leaves Much to be Desired

The ruling in the O'Bannon v. NCAA lawsuit guarantees that college players will continue to be unpaid.

Feminism Scores a Hat Trick with Women’s Hockey League

The National Women's Hockey League began this year with teams from Buffalo, New York, Boston and Connecticut.

NBA Preview: Who Are Your Fellow Rams Supporting?

Students from Lincoln Center will be cheering for a variety of teams in the upcoming NBA season.

The A’s Hire First Female Coach

Justine Siegal made MLB history when she was brought on as an assistant coach for the Oakland A's.

The Roberto Clemente Award Goes Beyond Baseball

The New York Yankees' Mark Teixeira was nominated for an award given for service and sportsmanship.

NFL’s Integrity Challenged – A History of Violence

The NFL's allowance of players with criminal histories has done more damage than "Deflategate" ever did.

Judge Hands Down Decision in Deflategate Saga

Judge Richard M. Berman, a Fordham graduate, lifted Tom Brady's suspension.

Jen Welter Hired as First NFL Female Coach

The Arizona Cardinals hired the first female NFL coach, Jen Welter, this offseason.

Could Ian Desmond Make the Mets into Contenders?

With baseball season only a month away, the Mets are preparing for a season that will hopefully end with postseason success.