The National Women Hockey League’s (NWHL’s) first-year Minnesota Whitecaps is the first local pro team in this century to have someone not White working in its marketing and public relations department.
Senior Night for a particular sport season’s final home game, whether high school or college, is never void of emotion. Only the player’s and the team’s actual last game of the season is more emotional because of its finality. Jarvis Johnson is a Minneapolis native and a 2015 De La Salle High School graduate. He […]
he Gophers will have to win four games this week in Indianapolis — in other words, win the Big Ten tourney and the automatic bid — to assure them a spot in the NCAAs later this month.
Sports radio has been and still is virtually all White and male, a seemingly impenetrable White wall built on cultural conditioning…
Third-ranked Jamal ‘Shango’ James took another step last Saturday toward a chance at a world welterweight belt.
Macalester College has a world-renowned academic reputation. Donald “Donnie” Brooks, the recently hired athletic director, says among his goals is for the St. Paul school to be equally known for its athletics.
‘We have to get out of this mentality in our community that if you want to referee, you can only do football, basketball and baseball. There’s a whole bunch of sports. We have to change that mentality…’
Chan’el Anderson-Manning didn’t expect to be a regular in her first collegiate basketball season. Neither did her coach, but both individuals seem fine with the unexpected results
Nina Rodgers, a Minnetonka native and Hopkins High School grad, is the Whale’s only Black player.
A “coaching tree” historically refers to a head coach whose career has produced head coaching jobs for others. Sadly, this reference seems only to apply to White coaches. You often hear about the late Pat Summitt’s “tree,” but we hear nothing about Rutgers’ C. Vivian Stringer’s, the only Black coach to amass 1,000 career victories. […]