Manchester’s Bacot guards the family business

Introducing King Bacot. He’s got the name and he’s got the game.

What’s next for Yankees’ Judge?

For Aaron Judge, one question has been answered. Yes, following much speculation, the votes have been counted and he is the American League MVP. But one question remains.

Panthers predict greater gridiron success in ‘23

The 2022 football season ranks with the finest in Virginia Union University’s football history. That said, don’t be surprised if 2023 is equally exciting.

VUU’s traveling All-Stars

If Virginia Union University were to pick an MVP thus far this successful basketball season, the bus driver might deserve consideration.

Seattle’s Rodríguez, Atlanta’s Harris voted top rookies

Athletes of color continue to dominate the headlines for Major League Baseball’s Rookie of the Year voting.

Wes Carmack helped launch VCU’s postseason era

When Wes Carmack first took the floor for VCU in January 1977, Rams fans’ initial reaction was “Who’s He?” Second reaction was more like “wow, that new kid can really ball.”

TJ Vikings seek state title

Thomas Jefferson High’s Vikings will try and take another step toward a state football title Friday night at Huguenot High. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.

VUU hosts Wingate in NCAA Division II this weekend

Virginia Union University’s reward for a brilliant football season is the right to put on the Maroon ‘n’ Steel uniforms at least one more time.

VUU defeats Shippensburg 60-56

Call this Robert Osborne’s encore season.

Wembanyama primed for NBA’s 2023 top pick

You may not have heard of Victor Wembanyama, but you will soon.

World Cup prize money disparity an obstacle to equal pay

World Cup prize money continues to be a sticking point for equality in soccer, despite the historic equal pay agreement between U.S. Soccer and its men’s and women’s teams.

VUU likely will advance to Super Region 2

Virginia Union University has won nine football games on the field. Now it must play another kind of game – the waiting game.

3 women to referee World Cup matches in Qatar

Japanese referee Yoshimi Yamashita knows that being one of three women picked to officiate matches at the World Cup — the first time a woman will be in charge on the game’s biggest stage — is not simply about soccer.

Curry scores 47, Warriors beat Kings to end 5-game skid

Stephen Curry scored a season-high 47 points, knocking down seven 3-pointers, and the Golden State Warriors beat the Sacramento Kings 116-113 on Monday night to snap a five-game losing streak.

VUU, VSU basketball to travel near and far

Basketball fans can enjoy two for the price of one Nov. 11-12 at Virginia State University’s Multi-Purpose Center.