Florene Pattain, mother of seven and longtime St. Paul resident, was the recipient of Arline V. Winfield Special Mother Award.
Sports: Local and national sports reporting and commentary by the state’s leading African American sportswriters, including Larry Fitzgerald, Sr., Charles Hallman and Dr. Mitchell Palmer McDonald, with a special emphasis on the local prep scene and disparities in sports administration and media coverage.
Baseball’s Whiteness, especially at the pro and college levels, is both obvious and concerning.
We have seen so much careless and bad behavior unfold during these first-ever International NBA Finals.
Odyssey Sims, one of nine new faces on the 2019 Lynx, is hopeful about her future success.
Other than the ball, college softball is usually all White. It resembles a country club sport — only those who can afford it, play it.
Eric Lagos and Eva Langenbrunner were selected as top male and female winners out of 10 finalists at the 43rd Annual Winfield Awards banquet.
For those who think it’s an automatic win for the Warriors, slow your roll!
Former WNBA President Lisa Borders resigned last fall, and the announcement of her successor caught most of us by surprise with the new title: WNBA commissioner.
The 17-year-old student-athlete Craig McDonald was recently ruled ineligible for his senior year of athletics because he repeated eighth grade.
According to NCAA student-athlete demographics, the racial composition of college softball hasn’t changed much in over a decade.