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LeGrand Being Honored When Sky Blue FC Hosts North Carolina Courage in Next Home Match Sky Blue FC of the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) announced today that motivational speaker, philanthropist and former Rutgers University defensive tackle Eric LeGrand will serve as the team’s honorary captain when it welcomes the North Carolina Courage to Yurcak […]
It was a cold winter’s night 80 years ago at Madison Square Garden on 50th Street and Eighth Avenue when College Basketball took to the Garden hardwood for the first time. Since that first game on December 29, 1934, the memories have been countless for millions of college basketball fans as they have packed “The World’s Most […]
The FXFL, a new developmental league for professional football players, announced today the four head coaches for its inaugural season. Former Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Terry Shea will be at the helm in Boston when training camps open around the league on September 25th. Joining Shea, is former USFL and University of Houston head coach […]
The 2014 Reigning Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Men’s Basketball Champions the Manhattan College Jaspers announced the full schedule for the 2014-15 season. Manhattan will have the Home Opener as well as the Conference Opener against Marist College on Sunday, December 7 at Draddy Gym. It is looking like the Jaspers will have the opportunity to play […]
1495 Sports is proud to bring these videos from the Maggie Dixon Classic: Postgame Press Conference for Rutgers University. : Louisiana Tech head coach Teresa Weatherspoon postgame press conference: Duke University postgame press conference: St. John’s University postgame press conference: Video Look at the Maggie Dixon Classic:
1495 Sports is proud to bring this photo gallery of the Maggie Dixon Classic, as four of the women’s basketball‘s top teams were able to play on the floor of Madison Square Garden today. In the opener Rutgers defeated Louisiana Tech 73-46, in the second game #4 seeded Duke University defeated St. John’s 60-42.