By: Reese Levin Baseball and statistics have gone hand and hand for centuries but a new wave of stats are being used to dive into this new era of baseball. Statcast was introduced in 2014 with only three major league stadiums using it partially before the technology was installed in all 30 MLB stadiums just… Read More How Statcast is Transcending Baseball Statistics
By Tsion Cummings There has been a long winded debate on whether dance is a sport. Some believe that it is more of a performance art, but it can be both. Professional dancer, Alicia Graf Mack completely agrees with this statement saying, “It requires us to train every day to build a certain type of… Read More Is Dance A Sport?
By Zoe Abramson The National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL), now in the middle of its fifth season, has lasted longer than the two previous women’s soccer leagues in the U.S. The first league, the Women’s United Soccer Association (WUSA) launched after the United States Women’s National Team soccer team won the 1999 FIFA World Cup,… Read More NWSL’s Model for the Now and the Future
By Tyler Fraser During the offseason of the National Basketball Association, the Indiana Pacers decided to trade All-Star guard Paul George to the Oklahoma City Thunder. George playing along side of Russell Westbrook should be a good experience. Will Paul George going to the Thunder work out with MVP Russell Westbrook? Westbrook had trouble getting… Read More Will PG13 Work in OKC?
By Alex Russ 3-on-3 basketball has started to take over the basketball community. There have been numerous leagues trending on social media everywhere. Starting with Ice Cube’s “Big3” league airing on television nationwide spanning to the San Diego Senior Women’s Basketball Association that has the famous San Diego Splash. 3-on-3 basketball has even reached the… Read More 3-on-3 Basketball Taking Over
By Josh Wawrzyniak Cyclists have been racing through the mountains and valleys of Europe in the Tour de France for 114 years. It is widely known as the greatest cycling contest on Earth but its popularity in America has been struggling. So why isn’t this legendary race so interesting to American viewers? American riders have… Read More The Many Reasons for the Lack of Popularity of Cycling in America
By Bennett Solomon The Major League Baseball season has reached the halfway point of the season and the best teams start to separate themselves from the rest, preparing to compete during the postseason. The question is who currently stands out above the rest? Right now, the Astros and Dodgers are shoulders above the rest and… Read More Dodgers and Astros on Collision Course Meeting in World Series