Former Lincoln HS Basketball Player Commits to Assumption College

Stevens is also a good student and reportedly modest and hard-working, both very good qualities in a student-athlete of his caliber as he continues to work on his game at the next level.

South Shore Hoops’ Alexia Nelson Chooses UMBC

Nelson averaged 7.4 ppg and two assists ppg with the talent-stacked Lady Vikings in the 2019-20 PSAL season.

Brooklyn Collegiate’s Sion Nelson Contemplates Prep Versus College Hoops

Senior guard Sion Nelson is a solid bench player who has made an impact in big games this season, including dropping in 17 points in a 95-76 win over perennial powerhouse Thomas Jefferson.

Brooklyn Collegiate’s Kevon Ferguson Battles Knee Woes, World Uncertainty to Play Hoops at the Next Level

Ferguson is on the mend from left knee surgery as he waits out the social distancing the Corona Virus is causing, to play hoops again.

Brooklyn Cyclones Who’ve Made MLB

The first player to debut in the majors was infielder Danny Garcia while Sam Haggerty was the Cyclones last, playing six games with the Mets at the end of the 2019 season.

Ex-South Shore Guard Femi Odukale Commits to University of Pittsburg

Odukale picked the Panthers over Seton Hall, Massachusetts, Virginia Tech and Saint Bonaventure, according to basketball sources.

Brooklyn Cyclones’ Limited Edition Irish Night Jersey Package has the Luck of the Irish All Over it

25 bucks gets you a Irish jersey and, if you're one of the first 2,000 fans at the game, you'll get a shamrock cap.

Brooklyn College Women’s, Men’s Hoops Cause D-III March Madness

Brooklyn College basketball teams will go dancing in 2020. The women's squad will travel to the No. 5 nationally-ranked Bowdoin College to take on the regional host in the First Round of the NCAA Division III Women's Basketball Tournament this Friday, March 6 at 7 p.m.  As for the men's team, the Bulldogs will face … Continue reading Brooklyn College Women’s, Men’s Hoops Cause D-III March Madness