MVP 12th Annual Yeshiva League Boys All Star Day

As the sports world has gone dark for the time being, there is a spark on the horizon. On Sunday, May 3, MVP will once again sponsor the Annual...

SKA Varsity Basketball Girls Win Championship

  On Tuesday, March 3, the SKA Sonics played the Ilan Invaders at Magen David. The game started off evenly matched, and then SKA sophomores kicked into high gear, with a...

Former Major League All-Star Joins Israel’s Olympic Team

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Ian Kinsler, a four-time Major League Baseball All-Star, has joined Israel’s national team and will play in the Summer Olympics next year in Tokyo. Kinsler, 37, who...

Tokyo Olympic Games Delayed to 2021

Japan and the Olympics movement decided on Tuesday to delay this year’s Tokyo Games into 2021 as the coronavirus crisis obliterated the world’s last major imminent sporting event. It was the first...

YU Headed to Sweet 16 in NCAA D3 Tournament

BY AMI EDEN (JTA) — Yeshiva University’s men’s basketball team continued its record-breaking season with a dominant second-round win in the NCAA Division III Tournament. The Maccabees notched a 102-83 victory Saturday...

YU Men’s Basketball Team Wins First NCAA Tournament Game Ever

BY BEN HARRIS (JTA) — The Yeshiva University men’s basketball team dominated Worcester Polytechnic on Friday, cruising to its first victory ever in the NCAA Division III tournament. The Maccabees defeated the...

Jewish High School Basketball Team First to Win State Championship

BY MARCY OSTER (JTA) — The Yavneh Academy of Dallas boys’ basketball team made history on Saturday night, becoming the first Jewish school’s to win a state championship in Texas history. Yavneh, a Modern...

Yeshiva U Men’s Basketball Qualifies for NCAA Division III Tournament

BY MARC BRODSKY (JTA) — Yeshiva University’s men’s basketball team won the Skyline Conference championship game on Sunday to earn an automatic bid to the NCAA Division III tournament for the...

Brooklyn College Players Take a Knee During Hatikvah at YU Match

(JTA) — Two volleyball players from Brooklyn College took a knee during the playing of “Hatikvah,” Israel’s national anthem, before a match at Yeshiva University. The controversial protest gesture by...

Yeshiva League Varsity Basketball Playoffs

DRS vs. North Shore. In a close, well-played first half, DRS led 23–21 at the intermission. The Wildcats came out strong in the third quarter, outscoring North Shore 17–4...
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BY RON KAMPEAS WASHINGTON (JTA) — One thing we know about elections is that Jewish voters can make a difference. Take Florida: The Sunshine State’s Jewish...

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