Bahamian junior national basketball team standout Malik Joseph is posting major numbers in his senior season and is garnering more attention on the recruiting circuit.
AS the NCAA Division I Track and Field Indoor season recommenced, several Bahamian athletes turned in nationally ranked performances in their first meets of 2020.
IN a dramatic finish, American Tommy Gainey took first place at bd Global’s Great Exuma Classic at Sandals Golf Course, Emerald Bay.
AZARO Roker and StFX X-Men scored the biggest upset of the Men’s U SPORTS college basketball season with a thrilling win over Shemarr Burrows, Jordan Wilson and the No. 2 ranked Dalhousie Tigers.
EMPOWER Sports Network (ESN) seeks to solidify its plans of establishing an exchange programme between the Bahamas and Canada for aspiring student athletes on the basketball court.
BAHAMIAN pro boxer Amron Sands had the opportunity of a lifetime - to work closely and learn from the most dominant heavyweight in boxing today. Sands participated in training camp alongside WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder as the latter prepares for his upcoming title defense next month against Tyson Fury.
One former men’s national basketball team member is looking to develop the student-athletes within his community with his new initiative. Abel Joseph’s “Bringing Ball In the Inner Community” looks to increase its exposure during the summer months and extend into a year-round programme.
BAHAMIAN professional heavyweight boxer Amron Sands has signed with new management in an effort to capitalise on more opportunities to develop his career. Sands, 25, takes his undefeated record of 8-0 with 7KOs to Kevin Dever Sports Management.
TRAVIS Munnings will get his first opportunity to showcase his skillset for an NBA franchise. Munnings was invited to a Pre-Draft workout for the Charlotte Hornets today at the team’s training facility in Charlotte, North Carolina.
JONQUEL Jones began the 2019-20 WNBA regular season with a double double as the Connecticut Sun won on opening night.
SEVERAL Bahamian student athletes have advanced to the NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships following their performances at their respective regional qualifiers.
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.
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.
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.
JONQUEL Jones delivered another dominant performance and her hot shooting led the Connecticut Sun to a blowout win in their WNBA preseason finale.
THE Bahamas men’s national beach soccer team were eliminated in the quarterfinal of the CONCACAF Beach Soccer Championships.
Bahamian fighters won a pair of silver medals at the International Mixed Martial Arts Federation (IMMAF) and the World Mixed Martial Arts Association (WMMAA) Unified the Pan-American Open Championships of Amateur MMA.
DEANDRE Ayton was named one of three finalists for the 2018-19 Kia NBA Rookie of the Year Award.
THREE of the Bahamas’ top junior tennis players continue their tour of tournaments throughout the Caribbean this spring.
The semi-final matchups are all set following the official draw and just eight teams remain to vye for the national soccer championship in their respective divisions.
CHRISTIAN Wilmore continues to set new milestones for Bahamian basketball referees and continues his progression through the FIBA ranks at some of the organisation’s most prestigious events.
It was a week of commemorative achievements for two of the Bahamas’ top collegiate basketball players as the NCAA regular season enters its final week.
NATIONAL team standout Valerie Nesbitt was awarded with a postseason accolade following her first season of collegiate basketball for Chipola College.
THE 25th Annual GSSSA Track and Field Championships got underway yesterday in a return to the format with both junior schools and senior schools competing simultaneously.
THE Sunland Baptist Academy Stingers senior boys basketball team spent the beginning of their holiday vacation playing against international competition. The Stingers claimed the championship title in the second annual Deep South Christian Christmas Classic, hosted in Orlando, Florida.
THE preparation for the stakeholders, participating teams, fans, locals and visitors are complete and game day is finally here. The fourth edition of the Bahamas Bowl, a matchup between the Ohio University Bobcats and the University of Alabama-Birmingham Blazers, kicks off 12:30pm today at the Thomas A Robinson National Stadium.
AHEAD of next month’s inaugural “Don’t Blink Home Run Derby in Paradise” event organisers are hosting a two-day clinic for aspiring players. Approximately 50 participants turned out on day one of the clinic yesterday, which was hosted at the Freedom Farm Baseball Complex. Day two will be hosted at the Junior Baseball League of Nassau’s Field of Dreams from 9am to 1pm, free of charge and open to players between nine and 14 years.
Bowl week events continued for the fourth edition of the Bahamas Bowl as the organisers attempted to extend their community outreach and interaction between visiting players and locals. Student athletes and spirit squads from both the Ohio University Bobcats and UAB Blazers participated in community-building exercises with aspiring youth football player on Wednesday.
MAVIN Saunders has decided on the destination for his final season of NCAA football. The Bimini native announced via Twitter that he is set to join the Kansas Jayhawks next fall after he announced his intention to transfer the Florida State Seminoles programme last month.
ANOTHER pair of young Bahamians will add their names to the ever-expanding list of local baseball prospects to sign pro baseball contracts. Keithron Moss and D’Vaughn Knowles, products of the International Elite Sports Academy, signed with the Texas Rangers organisation to enter their minor league system.
Buddy Hield continues his efficient shooting for the Sacramento Kings. Hield scored 14 points on 6-14 shooting (2-5 from three) in the Kings’ 99-92 win over the Phoenix Suns at the Golden One Center in Sacramento, California, on Tuesday night.
THE Bahamas Bowl aims to create a festive atmosphere surrounding the game with community outreach efforts and a family atmosphere. The matchup between the Ohio University Bobcats and UAB Blazers is all set for 12:30pm Friday, December 22 at Thomas A Robinson National Stadium.
THE Regulators dominated the overtime period and closed the game on a 10-1 run en route to the win. Alexander Rolle outscored the Rebels all by himself in overtime when he dropped 10 of his game high 31 points.
ROOSEVELT Whylly and the Holland College Hurricanes men’s basketball programme remain nationally ranked into the winter holiday break.
LASHANN Higgs and her Texas Longhorns suffered their first loss of the season and dropped six spots in the Associated Press Top 25 poll as a result.
THE Arizona Wildcats were locked into another close game down the stretch when they turned to their freshman phenom to deliver in the clutch. DeAndre Ayton made a pair of jumpers on consecutive possessions to help the Wildcats pull away for an 88-82 win over the Alabama Crimson Tide at the McKale Center in Tuscon, Arizona, on Saturday.
TAVARIO Miller’s transition to professional basketball is off to an impressive start with a new destination in Norway.
BUDDY Hield’s productivity off the bench continues for the Sacramento Kings and is approaching milestone numbers for his efficient shooting.
For the second consecutive year, Ryan Sweeting has advanced to the second round of arguably the most noteworthy and legendary grand slam. Sweeting ad
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