Brooklyn College Athletics: March Sports Recap

March Sports Wednesday, March 2nd, Men’s Volleyball LOSES to the City College of New York   Score: 0-3 Friday, March 4th, Men’s Basketball LOSES to New York University in NCAA Tournament   Score: 67-87 Saturday, March 5th, Women’s Basketball WINS against Centenary College (New Jersey) in ECAC Division III Metro Championships   Score: 65-40 Men’s Volleyball LOSES to […]

Baruch Tennis 2012-2013

There is much excitement surrounding this year’s Baruch tennis squad, as they are coming off an unbelievably successful year. The expectations are higher than ever as the teams looking to improve upon a season in which they were CUNYAC (City University of New York Athletic Conference) Tournament champions, CUNYAC regular season champions, and they even […]

Polls, Superstitions Predict Election Outcome

While many nationwide polls report a statistical tie between President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney, some Americans are examining other indicators to predict the winner of the 2012 presidential election. From merchandise sales to cookie recipe contests, here are some strange and unscientific, yet seemingly accurate predictors of presidential elections. The Redskins Rule Tradition […]

Big Offseason, Big Expectations

The 2012 NBA offseason has contained a flurry of deals, moves, and shockers that are certain to keep people talking for months. In what could be most intriguing piece of news to New York sports fans, Jeremy Lin, the centerpiece of the Linsanity craze that started in February, is now with the Houston Rockets after […]