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Drew Dworkin still can’t believe it happened, even if it’s been almost a full calendar year since his Riverdale soccer team saw its run for a third straight state title end in a loss to rival Collegiate. more
Unlike many of the larger schools in the New York City public school system, Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy is at a bit of a disadvantage when it comes to filling out rosters for its sports programs. more
Both Bronx Science and Kennedy were awaiting this rematch. The two schools, located about a mile from each other, had opened the season playing to a scoreless draw — considered something of a moral victory for the Knights. You see, Science, the three-time defending Bronx A1 Division champs, rarely experiences anything other than wins as evidenced by the Wolverines’ 36-2-5 record the past three or so regular seasons. more
The thing about the Bronx Science boys soccer program is that they are never short on confidence. more
Victoria Phang looked bored. The senior goalkeeper for the Bronx Science girls soccer team was spending most of the Wolverines’ season-opening game watching the action down at the other end of the pitch. more
In the days and weeks ahead, Casey Melilli’s life is about to get a little more hectic. Once school begins after Labor Day, Melilli — a math teacher at P.S. 187 in Washington Heights — will have to race out of her day job, hop in her car, and brave the infamous city traffic to get to Lehman College. more
Toma Gojcevic hears it all the time: The kind of talk most coaches would relish hearing, especially after the kind of season the Lehman men’s soccer team enjoyed last year when the Lightning captured the City University of New York Athletic Conference championship. more
As he enters his eighth season as head coach of the Manhattan College women’s soccer program, Brendan Lawler is one year removed from leading the Jaspers to the greatest season in program history. more
Change is in the air for the Manhattan College men’s soccer program. With a newly refurbished home field at Gaelic Park, an overhauled roster, and a renewed sense of optimism, the Jaspers are looking to put last season’s two-win campaign behind them as they vie for a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference championship. more
Attention high school-aged hoopsters: Are you looking to polish up those basketball skills for the upcoming season? Then you might want to check out a pair of camps the Manhattan College women’s basketball team will conduct the weekend of Aug. 11. more
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