Fresh off a berth in the United States Collegiate Association’s Small College World Series from last year, the St. Joseph’s College Brooklyn baseball team is ready for another deep postseason run.
The Bears are made up of mostly local players, so the team’s chemistry is one of its many strengths.
Currents sports correspondent Jim Mancari joined anchor Liz Faublas to discuss a pressing topic: Should college student-athletes be paid?
The Immaculate Heart of Mary basketball program hosted the second annual “Taking a Charge Against Cancer” hoops tournament to support the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation.
The weekend included a visit from Brooklyn streetball legend Jack “Black Jack Ryan” and a game between the IHM coaches and alumni against firefighters from Engine 240 of the FDNY.
March 31 was Opening Day for the 2014 New York Mets, and while the final result wasn’t ideal, that didn’t stop priests and bishops from the Diocese of Brooklyn from cheering on the team they love.
It may be a long season in Flushing, but it’s nice to know that the team at least has a bit of divine intervention on it’s side.
Track runners from all over the Brooklyn Diocese headed out east to Huntington March 23 for the annual CYO St. Anthony Classic.