Photo courtesy of Ryan M. Sullivan Throughout the past three decades, if not more, the sense was that being home in a sports game gave you an advantage, no matter the extent. Whether one is a novice fan, or a lifelong fan, the argument has always been there - fans want their team to play… Continue reading Home Field Advantage: A Baseball Thing
By: Breanne Guevara Victoria Rampado has officially become the G.O.A.T for the women’s basketball program at Niagara University. Currently in her fifth year at NU, Rampado has made a name for herself from the moment she stepped on the court. Rampado is tied for fifth place for the most rebounds making history during the Monmouth game… Continue reading Victoria Rampado the G.O.A.T
The Bills have had quite an impressive offseason. Here’s a look at some of the moves they have made. Signing DT Star Lotuleilei: B+ The Bills signed DT Star Lotuleilei to a five-year contract worth $50 million. Lotuleilei,who spent the previous five seasons with the Carolina Panthers, is the Bills most expensive free agent signing this… Continue reading Grading the Bills’ offseason moves
By Ryan Sullivan LEWISTON, N.Y. – Niagara University has a storied history in terms of alumni, academics and sports. All of those three areas have changed over the years and, in that, so have the jerseys. Niagara is a school that is associated with purple of course, but we also have had times where silver,… Continue reading Niagara University Jerseys: Changes?
Baseball After a 24-24 finish last season, the Purple Eagles will look to build on a program that this season includes a balance of 12 freshmen and 8 seniors. Key Players: On the mound – Cody Eckerson (R-Sr.), Zack Kolodziejski (Sr.), Matt Brash (So.), Nate Mascellino (So.) and Alex Mackinnon (So.). “Our pitching staff is… Continue reading Baseball and Softball preview
By Jamie Magone and James Burns NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - Former New York Mets Manager and 2015 National League Manager of the Year Terry Collins spoke in front of members of the Niagara University Baseball team as well as alumni, friends and fans at the third Annual First Pitch Dinner at the Four Points Sheraton… Continue reading Terry Collins keynotes Third Annual First Pitch Dinner
The 2017 NHL season has been one of surprise for some, and disappointment to others. Whether your team is struggling to stay alive, are the head of the division, or tanking, the trade deadline brings all of these teams together to create unique trades and this year, it looks like there may be potential for… Continue reading NHL Trade Deadline Lookout