I have long accepted the fact that I was in an industry that doesn't always make women feel good about themselves.Sports media can be tough on women. Too many of us are still judged on how we look, rather than what we say or offer intellectually.
The hype around Texas-Ole Miss had been mounting for months. If there's one thing Oxford is good at, it's gossip. Had I heard all the hotels were booked and houses were renting for $20,000? That ESPN's "College GameDay" was coming?
HOYLAKE, England -- The sky was black Wednesday and the day punctuated by angry squalls. Laura Davies said there was "doom and gloom" among the caddies and the players as they talked of how long and tough the course could be over the next days.
As the late Los Angeles Lakers play-by-play announcer Chick Hearn once said, "This game's in the refrigerator: The door is closed, the lights are out, the eggs are cooling, the butter's getting hard and the Jell-O's jigglin'!
I'm not particularly proud of this, but if I'm being honest, I will admit I had four Popeye's drumsticks for breakfast Saturday. And fried chicken tenders for lunch. And um, a couple ham biscuits snuck from the cooler after the game.
For a while Sunday, it felt like the early 1990s again at Arthur Ashe Stadium as images of a young Andre Agassi filled the big screen. The flowing hair, neon clothing and signature denim shorts brought back fond memories for Agassi and the crowd present to see him be inducted into the Court of Champions prior to the women’s singles final.
Adena Andrews catches up with Monica Seles and Jennifer Capriati at the International Tennis Hall of Fame Legends Ball.
What was supposed to be Super Saturday at the U.S. Open turned into Subpar Saturday due to 30 mph wind gusts and pending rain. The women’s final and second men's semifinal were postponed until Sunday, and Andy Murray and Tomas Berdych had to deal with "Wizard of Oz" wind conditions during their semifinal.
Olympic gold medal swimmers Cullen Jones and Dara Torres put their sea legs aside for a day for some land-based activities at the U.S. Open with local kids. The two kicked off support activities for Childhood Obesity Awareness Month.
What a weekend!I wouldn’t be able to tell you why and where it comes from, but what I can assure you of is that the rivalry between Florida State University and the University of Florida isn’t just a myth, it is reality.
It’s fitting that at the U.S. Open the world’s greatest tennis players play in Arthur Ashe stadium, named for one of the best Americans to grace the court. But some are confused as to moniker attached to its neighbor, Louis Armstrong Stadium.
Burning.Writing.Tagging.Graffiti.There are many names for it, but at 5Pointz in Queens, N.Y., it's called art.Founded in 2001, 5Pointz is an outdoor art exhibit reserved for legal graffiti art.
FLUSHING MEADOWS, N.Y. -- Karina LeBlanc has been living out of the same suitcase she took to the London Olympics. A member of the bronze-medal-winning Canadian soccer team, she has just been too busy traveling, taking her medal to the masses, to unpack.
The bike racks are full, the lines are long and the campus is crowded. Yes folks, it's that time of year again. School has started and the Pilots women's soccer team has successfully survived the first week.
While the U.S. Open is a pretty big event in Flushing Meadows, it doesn’t hold a candle to the history of events once held on these grounds. The 1,255-acre Flushing Meadows Corona Park, once a dumping ground for coal ash, played host to the 1939 and 1965 World’s Fair.