Virginia Union University football fans were treated last season to what amounted to a teaser of what Tabyus Taylor can do with a football under his arm.
Virginia Union University will partner with Richmond Region Tourism to host the CIAA Golf Championships on April 19 and 20 at the Club at Viniterra in New Kent County.
The New York Yankees, nicknamed the “Bronx Bombers,” may pack more ammunition this year than ever before, and that’s saying something.
In case no one has noticed, the annual Monument Avenue 10K has changed dramatically. The event continues to draw more than 25,000 participants and ranks among Richmond’s best organized and most anticipated community activities.
Every April 15, the immense historical significance of Jackie Robinson is celebrated at professional baseball stadiums across America.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels have an antidote for any hints of Friday the 13th bad luck that might haunt the home opener.
Long before Jackie Robinson broke into professional baseball under the bright lights of New York City, there were other men of color with unquestionable talent who tried doing the same.
Virginia Union University’s upcoming football season will be top heavy with home games.
Richard Bland College has chosen Preston Beverly to usher its basketball program into the National Junior College Athletic Association Division 1.
Villanova University has climbed to the top step of college basketball’s highest staircase. And the Wildcats made it the old-fashioned way — minus any “one and done” elite, NBA-bound freshmen players.
Arike Ogunbowale has a hard name to pronounce and apparently a hard jump shot to defend. She also is pressure-proof it seems.
Taylor Hill’s stunning success in track and field has surprised many people, including Hill herself. The Church Hill resident set the bar of expectations quite low when initially signing up for the sport at the Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School.
Jeff Capel III, a coach familiar to Richmonders, is the latest addition to a relatively small fraternity — African-American head coaches at NCAA Division I basketball programs.
Tubby Smith has coached five schools to the NCAA Basketball Tournament. He’s hoping High Point University, his alma mater, becomes the sixth.
That’s the new title for the cheerleaders at Richmond’s Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School. The team captured first place in their division in the National Stomp-N-Shake Cheer & Dance Championships on March 17 at North Carolina A&T State University.