Erin Jones Wesley has a year!

Named Big West Conference Pitcher of the Year, Big West Conference Freshman Pitcher of the Year, first-team All-Big West Conference and 2011 Louisville Slugger/National Fastpitch Coaches Association Division I All-West Region Second Team … Finished season with a 23-8 record and a 1.80 ERA, while striking out 172 in 198 innings pitched … Finished 15th […] Read More →

Vincent ‘VJ’ Brown helps launch NFL’s Play 60

Darrell Stuckey and Vincent Brown helped launch the NFL’s Play 60 initiative at Rio Seco Junior High School. Read More →

Terrell Thomas’ mission to be a Pro Bowl Cornerback

Cornerback Terrell Thomas re-signed with the New York Giants on Tuesday and is ready to continue his mission of being a Pro Bowl cornerback. According to Thomas, his contract is for four years and could be worth up to $28 million. The Giants have an option after the first year to protect themselves; Thomas is coming back from a […] Read More →

Peter Lopez qualifies for London Olympics

Peru’s Peter Lopez repeats to qualify for the 2012 London Olympics in Tae Kwon Do Read More →

Greg Orton Denver Broncos

The Broncos on Saturday signed wide receiver Greg Orton, designating wide receiver Mark Dell as waived/injured to make room for the move. He becomes the second Orton on the roster, joining Kyle — no relation, though both went to Purdue University. Orton played four years for the Boilermakers and finished fifth in school history in […] Read More →

Addison Reed Closing the Door!

CHICAGO — A few pre-game notes from the White Sox clubhouse: • Addison Reed has had a smooth first month in the big leagues. The rookie reliever hasn’t allowed a run through 10 innings this season and has struck out 13 batters in his last seven innings. Reed said the White Sox’s closer-by-committee doesn’t affect his approach […] Read More →

Francine Vasquez of Army

Why did you decide to come to West Point? What were some of the deciding factors? Who or what influenced your decision?  I chose to come to West Point for the leadership, education and the career opportunities. West Point was by far the best academic and athletic opportunity for me. I was unsure about this […] Read More →

Adam Reifer – St. Louis Cardinals

Baseball America named him the best pitching prospect in the New York Penn League in 2008. It was hard not to notice Adam Reifer, the then 22-year old right handed relief pitcher, as he struck out over a batter an inning with a fastball that touched the high 90s.  In 2010, he was listed as […] Read More →

B.B. Bates ties UCLA doubles record

With one mighty swing of the bat, junior outfielder B.B. Bates cashed in a double forUCLA softball. And it wasn’t the first double of the day for the Bruins. Bates’ bases-loaded double in the bottom of the fifth inning drove in the final two runs of the game and concluded UCLA’s assault on both visiting Cal […] Read More →

Matt Davidson – EM Athlete

The Arizona Diamondbacks’ top position prospect coming into this season, and fourth overall prospect, is 21 year old third baseman Matt Davidson. We all know that the Diamondbacks have one of the best systems in regards to young arms and they seem to overshadow some of the bats in the system, including Davidson. Davidson, who played his entire 2011 […] Read More →