Several Bahamian student athletes will participate in the NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Outdoor Track and Field East and West Regionals this weekend, looking to qualify for the Division I Championships.
NCAA Division I baseball has moved into various conference tournaments across the United States and several Bahamian players are looking to advance with their respective programmes.
FORMER female high hurdles national record holder Ivanique Kemp, already a talented track and field athlete who made the switch to rugby, will be joining Carly Johnson on a trip to Washington DC to try out for the Furies women’s rugby team.
THE bowl season will begin in the Bahamas this year as the 2019 Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl has been set for 2pm ET on Friday, December 20.
CHAVEZ Young had his most productive offensive outing of the season and Lucius Fox got the better in the first game of his head-to-head series against Jazz Chisholm in minor league baseball play.
THE Bones Babes, an all Bahamian female fishing team, are preparing to head back on the boat for the 2019 Harbourside Marine, Tuna Classic.
THE Bahamas Basketball Federation (BBF) continues its mandate of developing the sport and was recognised by the international governing body as one of its fastest growing member federations in the region.
COLE Dubet’s senior season has been the most productive of his NCAA baseball career and the St Louis Billikens infielder was honoured by the Atlantic 10 Conference. Dubet was named an A-10 All-Conference Second Team selection for the St Louis Billikens.
THE largest class of student athletes is expected to graduate from The University of The Bahamas at commencement today.
Add another milestone to the list of accolades for a standout rookie season for the Phoenix Suns. Ayton was named to the NBA All-Rookie First team, just days after he was named one of three finalists for the 2018-19 Kia NBA Rookie of the Year award.