Another game, another loss. That seems to be the story of the New York Liberty’s 2018 season.
It’s a grueling schedule for Howard University tennis player Nicole Hutchison, a broadcast journalism major spending her summer in New York doing an internship at NBC Sports in digital, editorial and marketing.
It took five players in double figures, a 28-point performance from Tina Charles, a double-double from Kia Vaughn and overtime, but the New York Liberty finally broke its five-game losing streak with a 97-94 road win over the Chicago Sky Sunday evening.
Things are busy in the athletic department of St. Francis College in Brooklyn.
Five New York Liberty players scored in double figures, with guard Sugar Rodgers leading the way with 16 points, as the Liberty pushed past the Indiana Fever 78–75 at the Westchester County Center Sunday.
It is year three for the Aliann Pompey Invitational in Georgetown, Guyana, a proud accomplishment for the track meet’s founder.
Madison Square Garden was rocking with enthusiastic kids at Tuesday’s school day game, but unfortunately the New York Liberty lost a close one to the Phoenix Mercury 80-74.
The second time was the charm for Harlem resident Jordan Nixon, who will represent the United States this summer at the 2018 FIBA Americas U18 Championship.
What a difference three days make.
Named USA Rugby’s Player of the Decade in 2010, Phaidra Knight has a passion for the sport and its positive impact.