The Army Black Knights baseball team kicked off the NCAA Charlottesville regionals Friday afternoon with a loss to host favorite Virginia.
Senior starting pitcher Chris Rowley was strong, giving up 2 earned runs in 7 innings. Senior Brian Hapeman followed with a scoreless eighth inning.
The only offense of the day for the Black Knights came from number 9 hitter, second baseman Grant...Read more »
One key member of Army’s baseball team won’t be present when the Black Knights face Virginia in the NCAA regionals Friday.
Lt. Col. Dave Borowicz, an assistant coach and a former standout pitcher at Army, was deployed to Afghanistan earlier this month.
The team has used his departure as a rallying point, going 6-0 and winning the Patriot League tournament championship without him.
“There’s...Read more »
Army will head to a familiar destination and face a familiar foe in the NCAA baseball regionals.
For the second consecutive year, the Black Knights were sent to the Charlottesville, Va., regional, where they will play Virginia. Army (29-21) is the four-team regional’s fourth seed; Virginia (47-10) is the No. 1 seed. The Cavaliers are ranked fifth in the Baseball America poll and sixth in the...Read more »
Reid Maxmin, a reserve midfielder on the Duke lacrosse team, didn’t see the field in Monday’s national title game, but he will soon sport a championship ring.
Maxmin, a freshman, is from Katonah and played at John Jay High School. The son of two Duke alumni – his father, Chris, also played lacrosse for the Blue Devils – Maxmin earned a spot on Duke’s team as a walk-on this season.
The...Read more »
It seems as though Mary Cain, the teen track sensation from Bronxville, breaks another record every time she runs. Saturday was no different.
Running against top professional and college runners at the Occidental High Performance meet in Occidental, Calif., Cain, 17, finished in second place in the 1,500-meter run.
Her time of 4 minutes, 4.62 seconds shattered her own previous U.S. high...Read more »
For the second straight season, the Army baseball team is the Patriot League tournament champion and is headed to the NCAA regionals.
The Black Knights swept Sunday’s doubleheader against Holy Cross in the first two games of the conference's best-of-three championship series in Worcester, Mass.
Army will learn its NCAA regional destination and opponent May 27. The Black Knights are appearing...Read more »
It was two-and-through for Marist and Army at the NCAA softball regionals.
The Red Foxes and Black Knights were eliminated from the first double-elimination phase of the NCAA tournament Saturday. Marist lost to Fordam 5-3 in the Norman, Okla., regional, while Army fell to Houston 7-5 in Austin, Texas.
FORDHAM 5, MARIST 3 The Rams took advantage of back-to-back Marist errors in the fifth...Read more »
Neither Army nor Marist could find any offense against a pair of the nation's best pitchers in the Friday night's NCAA softball regionals.
Texas, the fourth overall seed in the tournament, defeated Army 5-0 in the Austin, Texas, regional, holding the Black Knights to just three hits.
In the Norman, Okla., regional, first-seeded Oklahoma crushed the Red Foxes 17-0 in a game that was called...Read more »
Saniya Chong, Ossining High School's star point guard, now owns one of the most prestigious titles in girls high school basketball.
Chong on Friday was named Parade magazine's national Player of the Year for the 2012-13 season.
The University of Connecticut-bound Chong averaged 34.4 points per game during her senior season and led Ossining to the Class AA state championship.
“If...Read more »
The Marist softball team isn't used to being in the national spotlight, but that's exactly where the Red Foxes will be Friday night when they take on arguably the country's best team in their NCAA regional opener.
Marist will face Oklahoma – the NCAA tournament’s top overall seed and the No. 1 ranked team in both major polls – at 8:30 p.m. in the Norman, Okla., regional. The Sooners (47-4)...Read more »