St. Louis University (SLU) ruled college soccer from the late 1950s through the early 1970s, winning 10 Division I titles
Some 86 years ago, the New York Journal proclaimed James Smith Ferebee, a flamboyant 32-year-old stockbroker
Over 2,500 dogs representing 12 countries and every U.S. state are set to parade at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center
On May 2nd,1970, spectators at the Kentucky Derby saw something they’ve never witnessed before - a female jockey
One of the most valuable and storied NBA franchises hasn’t won a national championship in over 50 years.
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At age 23, Marty Appel became the youngest PR Director in Major League Baseball history, working for the New York Yankees
“I was very adept at creating big ideas for the sports department,” says Ira Ellenthal. At his home in Old Greenwich, Connecticut,
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After 30 years of calling games on TV and radio, Ian Eagle is taking over from Jim Nantz at CBS as the lead voice for the NCAA Final Four
“Growing up in Park City, Utah, there wasn’t much to do other than ski if you were a sporting kid,” says Ted Ligety
“Golf is deceptively simple and endlessly complicated,” Arnold Palmer used to say. With 7 major titles and 62 victories on the PGA Tour
85-year-old Hal Bock spent 4 decades at The Associated Press (AP), penning articles on 30 World Series, 30 Super Bowls, 11 Olympics
“I think this team we have is going to do very well,” says Charles Austin of the U.S. Track & Field squad prepping for the Paris Olympics
Sports Illustrated (SI), the literary institution that weaved sports into the fabric of American culture for 3 generations, is turning 70 years
Officially called the “AFL-NFL World Championship Game”, the first Super Bowl was little more than an inconsequential game
Iona Sports Media Professor Mike Damergis talks with Super Bowl '86 & '90 champion, Mark Collins
She was the first female skater to land a double axel in competition. Carol Heiss, with her captivating smile and All-American girl appeal
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