A disappointing loss? Coach, is that really an accurate description?

Todd Bowles, the New York Jets head coach, described his team’s 41-10 loss to the Buffalo Bills Sunday as disappointing and tough.

The 2-7 Giants look to build on an emotional win in San Francisco

With a record of 1-7 going into this past Monday’s Week 10 match-up against the San Francisco 49ers, the Giants were once again on a bullet train headed for a last-place finish in the NFC East division and a top-five ...

Porzingis’ eventual return casts a shadow over the Knicks’ season

When Kristaps Porzingis went down with a torn ACL in his left knee last Feb. 6 at Madison Square Garden versus the Miwaukee Bucks, it was a high probability he would miss the entirety of this season.

For Brooklyn, it was a good morning, or better than expected

The Nets medical team rushed onto the court. EMS was immediately called.

James and Ciprès begin season in winning fashion

French pair skaters Vanessa James and Morgan Ciprès finished the 2017-18 season on a very positive note by winning their first medal at the World Figure Skating Championships.

NYAC celebrates 150 years

The festively decorated gymnasium at the New York Athletic Club was filled with champions, many of whom shared connections through sport.

No. 21 for the Bronx Giants is Alexis Wilder—and she’s their quarterback

When the players took off their helmets during the timeout, if you looked closely, it appeared that No. 21 was a girl.

The NYC Marathon embodies the spirit of charity and inclusiveness

The TCS New York City Marathon is one of the most diverse and inclusive major sporting events in the world. It has become so much more than just a competitive race since its inception in 1970, when it was held ...

Desisa finally gets a victory at the TCS NYC Marathon

Lelisa Desisa shot a quick glance over his left shoulder, seeking assurances that his lead in the 2018 TCS New York City Marathon was secure at approximately 1,000 meters in front of the finish line at 67th Street in Central ...

Keitany earns another NYC Marathon Title

A record number of 52,812 runners crossed the New York City Marathon finish line Sunday, breaking the record of 51,394 finishers established here in 2016. It was the most finishers of any marathon in the world.

QCC volleyball advances to national championship

It’s been a winning season for Queensborough Community College volleyball. On Oct. 22, the Lady Tigers won the CUNYAC Community College Women’s Volleyball Championship, defeating Borough of Manhattan Community College in three sets.

Columbia women’s basketball continues to build

“Building a program here is sort of like a dream come true. I was really fortunate to come back after six years of coaching experience and get to do it the way I envisioned,” said Megan Griffith, beginning her third ...

Brooklyn hits the road with back-to-back victories and back-to-back games

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, on the right side of the court, gets the ball and drives on Philly’s Robert Covington and one hand slams it for his 16th and 17th points of the night.

Knicks youngsters get increased minutes in the team’s rebuild

Monday night at Madison Square Garden, Knicks head coach Dave Fizdale put the ball in the hands of undrafted rookie Allonzo Trier at crunch time to make plays against the Chicago Bulls.

A Jets win will make Bowles’ birthday a lot more enjoyable

The true level of pressure from New York Jets management on Todd Bowles, their head coach, to win this season with rookie quarterback Sam Darnold is unknown.