Manning maintains his spot for now as calls for change continue

The Eli Manning must go coalition remains loud and persistent, disturbed by Giants head coach Pat Shurmur’s decision to maintain the status quo and keep Manning in the role of starting quarterback ahead of rookie fourth-round pick Kyle Lauletta, who ...

Flanagan looks to repeat, Keitany looks to reclaim her Marathon title

More than 51,000 runners and joggers, some from this area, professional and amateur, will descend on our city streets this week for the New York City Marathon, which takes place Sunday morning, beginning at 9 a.m., officially ending sometime that ...

New York City readies for the running of the TCS Marathon

Since 1970, the New York City Marathon has been a signature event on the tristate area’s racing calendar. From its origins in Central Park, where it was initially held, to a five-borough, 26.2 mile grueling test of endurance encompassing five ...

NY and NJ teams ready to show their skills

They might only be ranked sixth and eighth in the Big East women’s basketball preseason coaches’ poll, but the players and coaches of St. John’s University and Seton Hall University are determined to impress on the court. During last week’s ...

Big East thriving as new season begins

Marquette senior guard Allazia Blockton, unanimous selection for Big East Conference preseason player of the year, prefers to put the emphasis on seeing the Golden Eagles conquer their nonconference opponents, and then blaze a path through Conference play.

Knicks take baby steps as the NBA’s youngest team

On any given night, the Knicks have the youngest team on the floor in the NBA. Rookie Kevin Knox, who is expected to return tomorrow night in Dallas versus the Mavericks from a sprained left ankle sustained Oct. 20 in ...

Brooklyn can’t look for excuses for losing so early in the season

Despite only winning two of their first six games of the new NBA season, there was a positive buzz circulating about the Brooklyn Nets.

Despite the Jets’ injuries, Bowles thinks that Darnold will be OK

The New York Jets play a divisional game Sunday against the 4 and 4 Miami Dolphins. A win for the Jets could give both teams the same 4 and 5 record, tying them both in second place of the AFC ...

Another season of lost hope for Big Blue Nation

There was a feeling of palpable optimism for the Giants and their fans entering this season after a horrific 3-13 campaign last season.

Pat Shurmur endures losses and controversy in leading the laboring Giants

When Pat Shurmur agreed to become the Giants’ new head coach nine months ago and succeed his predecessor, Ben McAdoo, who was fired last December after an unremarkable 13-15 record, the 53-year-old native of Dearborn, Mich., and former offensive lineman ...

Jets beef up their receiving core before heading to Chicago

The 3 and 4 New York Jets, third in the AFC East division, addressed the needs of their injured receiving core this week by signing veteran free agent Rishard Matthews to a contract.

LeVert is starting to get some props as a big-time player

Caris LeVert took a jumper, a three in front of the Knicks bench with the score tied 100-all Friday night, the Net’s home opener. It had the form that coaches teach, the elevation and the arch.

The Knicks set a competitive early season tone as the Warriors invade the Garden

The NBA champion and star-studded Golden State Warriors will enter Madison Square Garden tomorrow with the requisite fanfare befitting of a team with two certain Hall of Famers in Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant, and two players—Klay Thompson and Draymond ...

Iona dominating conference play

As a fall sport, women’s volleyball season is fast and furious. The women of Iona College are up to the challenge.

Quinn Crum prepares for stellar senior season

Columbia University’s fencing season kicked off with the annual alumni match, where the current fencers take on Lions past. It’s open to alumni who competed for Columbia, and spans several decades from recent graduates to people in their 60s.