Eliezer Zambrano has become as much a part of Richmond’s baseball scene as peanuts, Cracker Jacks and fireworks lighting up the night above The Diamond.
No one ran faster than Ryan Hagen. No one earned more money than Kathy Hoverman.
Patrick Ewing is returning to Georgetown University, and boy are the Hoyas happy! On Monday, university officials announced that Ewing, who as a player helped build the school into a national powerhouse in the 1980s, would be back on campus.
Petersburg’s Frank Mason III is creating a national stir.
In judging the stunning success of Virginia Union University women’s basketball, you hardly know where to begin. Out of some 320 programs, the Lady Panthers finished second overall this season, losing last Friday in the NCAA Division II Tournament final ...
In judging the stunning success of Virginia Union University women’s basketball, you hardly know where to begin. Out of some 320 programs, the Lady Panthers finished se
The annual Monument Avenue 10K, famous for its live bands and party atmosphere, has become a race for the swift and, yes, the not so swift.
Minor league baseball teams such as the Richmond Flying Squirrels can’t promise their fans championship banners, home-run sluggers or pitchers throwing no-hitters.
The Richmond Black Widows will have a new home field for their second season in the full contact Women’s Football Association.
Perhaps it was an omen. At one end of the Ohio Dominican University gymnasium in Columbus, Ohio, the word “PANTHERS” was written in huge block letters.
Like cats, Virginia Commonwealth University basketball has a knack of landing on its feet. The Rams have a proven track record of overcoming awkward predicaments without breaking stride or losing winning momentum.
What goes up doesn’t necessarily have to come down — or so it seems with Virginia Commonwealth University hoops. The Rams are enjoying the rarified air above the crowd and show no inclination of descending. Despite its early exit from ...
If you missed seeing Chesterfield County native Devin Robinson playing basketball as a youngster, here’s your chance to observe the more grown up version.
Virginia Union University women’s basketball Coach Ann-Marie Gilbert is making plans to return to familiar territory — the state of Ohio. The next stop for Coach Gilbert’s Lady Panthers is Columbus, Ohio, site of the NCAA Division II Elite Eight.
Virginia Commonwealth University’s legion of basketball fans has come to expect two things — continued excellence and lengthy journeys to cheer on their Rams in the NCAA Tournament. VCU has qualified for the NCAAs a noteworthy seven straight years. Only ...