Articles by: Rich Mancuso

Fordham Football Appoints Wide Receiver Coach

Fordham Football Appoints Wide Receiver Coach

Andre Barboza, former assistant coach at Sacred Heart University, was named an assistant football coach at Fordham University it was announced by head coach Andrew Breiner. Barboza will be responsible for the Rams’ wide receivers in 2017. “We are pleased […]

by · April 6, 2017 · Sports
Terence Crawford Credit: Top Rank

Terence Crawford Ready for Felix Diaz at the Garden

By Rich Mancuso/Sports Editor Terence Crawford is undefeated and the world champion at 140 lbs. There is that constant debate in the sport of boxing as to who is the best pound-for-pound fighter and for the past few years that […]

by · April 5, 2017 · Sports
Verizon Fios Enhances Experience On Opening Day

Verizon Fios Enhances Experience On Opening Day

By Luis Vazquez MLB started its 2017 campaign with a variety of games from around the country. Many fans prefer the live experience because the technology that promised an interactive experience from home often disappointed with slow uploading and inconsistent […]

by · April 5, 2017 · Sports
CitiField: Mets Home Field

Mets Off To A Good First Day, With More To Come

By Rich Mancuso/Sports Editor Noah Syndergaard was on the mound at Citi Field Monday afternoon and the ace of the New York Mets had his curve working as he threw six innings of scoreless ball with seven strikeouts against the Braves. […]

by · April 4, 2017 · Sports
MLB Preview: For Mets and Yanks There Will Be A Different Tune

MLB Preview: For Mets and Yanks There Will Be A Different Tune

By Rich Mancuso/Sports Editor Never ask this columnist how it will all transpire for the two baseball teams in New York. Some thrive on predictions but at the end of September the final standings at times have the experts shaking […]

by · April 2, 2017 · Sports
NYCFC beats San Jose, 2-1.  (Photo credit: Gary Quintal)

McNamara Helps Move NYCFC past San Jose 2-1

Coach Vieira: The Right Chemistry At The Right Time For NYCFC By Rich Mancuso/Sports Editor Patrick Vieira came with the resume when he was named head coach of New York City FC and last year guided his team to the […]

by · April 2, 2017 · Sports
Jeruys Familia, NY Mets

Familia Suspension: Mets Will Survive And Baseball Got It Right

By Rich Mancuso/Sports Editor You can put this all in perspective when it comes to the 15-game suspension imposed by MLB on Mets closer Jeurys Familia for violating the League domestic violence policy. The Mets got a break and Familia […]

by · March 30, 2017 · Domestic Violence, Sports
Fordham sophmore guard Joseph Chartouny.
Photo credit: Robert Cole.

Fordham’s Joseph Chartouny to Declare for NBA Draft

Fordham University sophomore guard Joseph Chartouny announced today that he will declare for the 2017 NBA Draft. However, he will not sign with an agent, allowing him to return to Fordham if he withdraws by the May 24 deadline.  Chartouny […]

by · March 30, 2017 · Sports
Gleyber Torres in the Arizona Fall League. Credit: Ryan "Moose" Morris

Yankees Torres Wins James P. Dawson Award

GLEYBER TORRES WINS 2017 JAMES P. DAWSON AWARD The New York Yankees today announced that infielder Gleyber Torres is the recipient of the 2017 James P. Dawson Award, given annually to the outstanding Yankees rookie in spring training. In his […]

by · March 28, 2017 · Sports
Fordham Rams Football Additions to Football Coaching Staff

Fordham Rams Football Additions to Football Coaching Staff

Fordham University head football coach Andrew Breiner announced the addition of four coaches to the 2017 Rams’ staff. Tommy Galt has been named offensive line coach, Jon Guynes has been named assistant defensive line coach/recruiting coordinator, Stephen Pribble has been […]

by · March 28, 2017 · Sports
Laurie Hernandez, winner, Jefferson Award for Outstanding Service by a Young American 25. Photo: Luis Vazquez

Olympian Laurie Hernandez Has Many Options

By Luis Vazquez Laurie Hernandez, Olympic gold medal gymnastic champion and recipient of the Jefferson Award for Outstanding Service by a Young American 25 or under, continues to ride the winds of fame in 2017 with the same eyes of […]

by · March 26, 2017 · Sports
New York Mets shortstop Ruben Tejada, whose leg was broken in a hard slide by Los Angeles Dodgers second baseman Chase Utley in Game 2, tips his cap during baseline introductions for baseball's Game 3 of the National League Division Series, Monday, Oct. 12, 2015, in New York. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

Didi Gregorius Void For Yankees, Tejada Needs to Fill The Role

By Rich Mancuso/Sports Editor Perhaps the World Baseball Classic became a blessing for Ruben Tejada. The former Met with a minor league contract is in New York Yankees camp. Manager Joe Girardi has to make decisions without Didi Gregorius who […]

by · March 23, 2017 · Sports
Michael Conlan enjoys dream debut win over Tim Ibarra as Conor McGregor steals headlines with 'I am boxing' diatribe. Credit: The Telegraph.uk

Conor McGregor Stole The Show Not Conlan At The Garden

By Rich Mancuso/Sports Editor Michael Conlan was supposed to be the headline Friday night in the ring at the Theatre in Madison Square Garden but Conor McGregor the UFC star stole the show. Conlan did his job and easily disposed […]

by · March 20, 2017 · Sports
New York City Football Club/MLS

For NYCFC: A Frustrating Loss At Home

  By Rich Mancuso/Sports Editor NYCFC head coach Patrick Vieira viewed a 1-1 tie to Montreal Saturday afternoon as disappointing and frustrating. It didn’t help that cold conditions at Yankee Stadium made the task more difficult for both teams but […]

by · March 19, 2017 · Sports
Growing Up: Yankees or Dodgers Fan?

Growing Up: Yankees or Dodgers Fan?

By William Coppola Growing up in New York in the 50’s to middle 60’s as a secret Yankee fan, in a Dodger house, that would later become a Mets house, was very confusing to me. My Dad loved the Brooklyn […]

by · March 17, 2017 · Sports