The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament, informally known as March Madness has been popular for over 75 years. Also known as the Big Dance, the the tournament is single-elimination featuring 68 basketball teams, with four “play-in games”. The tournament has an immense presence throughout sports and is exciting because of the occasional upsets and ability to pick brackets. Continue reading “March Madness: An international sporting phenomenon”
In the winter season there were seven coaches who don’t work at the school aside from coaching. With the winter season over, here’s a profile of coaches who played a critical role in the Winter Season. Continue reading “Coaches outside of ASL: Their lives beyond Waverley Place”
On October 28, 2007, the first regular season NFL game was played in London. Since then, the National Football League (NFL) and National Basketball Association (NBA) have seen a growing European following after establishing the international series for both sports with additional games added each year. With the NFL making its London debut in 2007 and the NBA in 2011, the growing European fan bases for both sports have created a high demand for tickets. The Boston Celtics vs. Philadelphia ‘76ers game in January was so popular that tickets sold out in 7 minutes.
LaVar Ball, the delusional so-called ‘brand ambassador’ and creator of the Big Baller Brand (BBB) has undoubtedly lost his mind. Ball, who rose to fame by being featured in CBS articles, and SLAM magazine is a media fanatic who can’t seem to stand being out of the spotlight. Continue reading “Ball out of the Family”
University of Pennsylvania rower and former varsity crew captain, Sarah Brunsberg (’17), discusses her transition into competing at a collegiate level with Sports Editor Jonathan Sheves.