Gopher senior swimmer Rachel Munson and junior diver Kristen Hayden reflect on their college successes and journeys.
Sports: Local and national sports reporting and commentary by the state’s leading African American sportswriters, with a special emphasis on the local prep scene and disparities in sports administration and media coverage
Naomi Osaka defeated Petra Kvitova in a thrilling finals match at the Australian Open, winning back-to-back Grand Slam championships.
‘Black female athletes must navigate a treacherous terrain in combating both racism and sexism.’
Two boys’ basketball games played respectively in the St. Paul City and Minneapolis City Conferences could be an indication of things to come in terms of competitiveness.
North Commons renovations are now underway for scheduled kickoff and national champion crowning.
The first year of a coach’s program is always the hardest. “I think we can have a top-25 Division III men’s basketball program” at Macalester, a top-25 liberal arts college, Abe Woldeslassie, the Scots’ first-year head coach, has pledged.
This is what greatness is all about. Four teams have navigated through the minefields of the NFL to reach the finals in one of the most exciting seasons in league history.
Coleman was a former Minneapolis North basketball standout who went on to star at the University of Minnesota and the University of Maryland before embarking on a seven-year NBA career. He passed away last week at the age of 57.
Do teams of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) get the respect they are due when playing predominately White institutions (PWIs)? That’s the question raised by a recent study on bias.
Middle Tennessee State Communication Studies Professor Andrew Dix published a study last fall that examined 10 years of data (2008-17). It showed that HBCU women’s basketball teams are called for more fouls than predominately White institutions (PWIs). He also noted that an average of 1.5 times more fouls were called on 23 HBCUs than were […]