FIU players ready for Bahamas Bowl

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Both teams competing in the upcoming Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl arrived in the capital on Monday, ready to begin preparing for the postseason matchup. Both Florida International University (FIU) and The University of Toledo players and coaches spoke about being afforded the opportunity to close out their season in The Bahamas. FIU […]

Rolle: Team gained a lot from Florida losses

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The University of The Bahamas (UB) men’s basketball team went winless over the weekend on a three-game Florida trip. In its final game, UB lost a scrimmage to Broward College on Sunday. It dropped two games to St. Thomas University and Florida Memorial University on Friday and Saturday respectively. Despite coming back […]

Bahamas gets first win at Centrobasket

The Bahamas women’s national basketball team won its first game of the 2018 Centrobasket Championships in Puerto Rico yesterday. Behind a team-high 15 points from Tracey Lewis, The Bahamas pulled off a 60-57 win over Costa Rica. Sholanda Neely had 14 points in the win and Brea Forbes chipped in with 13 points. Natalia Gomez […]

Miller signs with Ole Miss

Franco Miller Jr. made the biggest decision of his collegiate career Thursday, as the 6’2” guard yesterday announced his commitment to the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) to play for the Rebels in the fall. Miller, who narrowed his offers down to four schools last month said, he chose Ole Miss for the fact that […]

Nairn plays final game with MSU

Lourawls “Tum Tum” Nairn played the final game of his collegiate career yesterday with the Michigan State Spartans. Much like the rest of the season, Nairn played a reduced role, logging just two minutes in a 55-53 loss to No. 11 ranked Syracuse, the last team selected for the field of 68. Nairn and the […]

Bahamas learns Nations League opponents

The Bahamas men’s national soccer team learned its opponents for the first edition of the 2018-19 CONCACAF Nations League over the weekend. The Bahamas plays its first game in September against Belize in September, Antigua and Barbuda in October, Anguilla in November and then Dominica in March 2019. The League comes to a close with […]

Isnord, Tigers win seventh state title

Wilkenson Isnord and the Pompano Beach Blanche Ely High School Tigers got off to a slow start but ramped up its pace on its way to the Class 8A state championship in the FHSAA Boys Basketball State Finals on Saturday at the RP Funding Center. Isnord made his presence felt early on the inside and finished the […]

Ayton leads Wildcats to Pac-12 

Deandre Ayton continues to prove why he’s widely considered as one of the best big men to pass through the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) in the past decade, adding to his legacy with a 32-point,18-rebound performance in Arizona’s 75-61 over USC to capture the Pac-12 title on Saturday. “The dominance he just put forth, if […]

Coleby ready to begin Conference USA Tournament run

After overcoming a regular season filled with injuries and mishaps, Dwight Coleby and the Western Kentucky University (WKU) Hilltoppers come into the Conference USA tournament as one of the highest ranked seeds. Coleby is in the midst of his best season as a collegiate player and now, the redshirt senior is looking to take No. […]

Ayton named to All-Pac-12 Conference team

The awards continue to roll in for University of Arizona freshman Deandre Ayton, who one day after being named Pac-12 Player of the Year, was named to the All-Pac-12 Conference men’s basketball team yesterday. “He’s a once in a generation player,” Wildcats coach, Sean Miller, said about the 7’1” center following the announcement. “I doubt […]

Grant named OUA Player of the Year

The Ontario University Athletics (OUA) announced Leashja Grant as their Player of the Year and First Team All Star yesterday. Grant dominated in her first season at Lakehead University, leading the Timberwolves to a third place finish in the OUA West. “I am extremely proud of Leashja Grant,” Coach Jon Kreiner said about the 6’4” […]

Bahamas 0-4 through first World Cup qualifying window

The Bahamas men’s national basketball team is now 0-4 through the first round of the 2019 International Basketball Federation’s (FIBA) Americas World Cup Qualifying process. Team Bahamas suffered its latest loss at home on Sunday afternoon against Canada, falling, 113-67, at the Kendal Isaacs National Gymnasium. Brady Heslip had a team-high 19 points for Canada and Anthony […]

Ayton, Miller named in FBI investigation

University of Arizona freshman sensation, Deandre Ayton, is at the centre of an ongoing investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) into the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). According to a report by ESPN on Friday, Arizona Wildcats Coach, Sean Miller, was caught on an FBI wiretap discussing a $100,000 payment regarding Ayton with […]

Nairn plays final game at Breslin Center

Lourawls “Tum Tum” Nairn walked off the Breslin Center court for the final time on Wednesday night. Nairn, along with seniors Gavin Schilling and Ben Carter, were honored in the closing seconds of MSU’s 81-61 win, which clinched at least a share of the 2018 Big Ten Regular Season title. Spartans coach Tom Izzo started Nairn, Schilling […]

Melo ‘done’ with refs after Westbrook ejected

OKLAHOMA CITY — An assist away from his 15th triple-double of the season, Russell Westbrook was ejected after being hit with two quick technical fouls with 2:50 remaining in the Oklahoma City Thunder‘s 95-88 win over the Sacramento Kings on Monday night, prompting teammate Carmelo Anthony to say he’s “done” with referees. “I’m done with them,” Anthony said, cutting off a question about the officials. “I’m done […]