Michael Phelps Closes Out His Golden Career With 23rd Gold Medal

Olympic golden boy Michael Phelps closed out his illustrious career winning his 23rd gold in the men’s 4×100-meter medley relay. People talk about the Phelps legacy, with some arguing his greatest contribution is yet to be realized with the list of pool performers he has inspired. The U.S. men’s medley relay included backstroker Ryan Murphy, breaststroker Cody Miller and freestyler Nathan Adrian. The Americans set an Olympic … Continue reading Michael Phelps Closes Out His Golden Career With 23rd Gold Medal

Team USA’s Missy Franklin’s Rio Dream Crumble To Pieces.

America’s leading female swimmer Missy Franklin closed out her time at the Rio Games with an inglorious exit from competition. Franklin’s last stand was the 200-meter backstroke semifinals. Franklin finished 14th in an event where she owns the world record. In her last Olympics in London, she set foot on the podium four times. She was the talk of the games. This time around, she … Continue reading Team USA’s Missy Franklin’s Rio Dream Crumble To Pieces.

The Must See Swimming Events In Rio

Swimming is always one of the marquee events of the Olympics, and the Rio Games are brimming with great matchups. From Katie Ledecky‘s quest for gold to Australia’s Campbell sisters gunning for history to Michael Phelps’ final stand, here are the must-watch races of the 2016 Olympics: Sat Aug 6 Men’s 400m Freestyle 9:30 pm… via These Are the Must-Watch Swimming Races at the Rio Olympics … Continue reading The Must See Swimming Events In Rio

Las Vegas Set To Welcome NHL Team

The National Hockey League has officially approved an exapansion to “Sin City.” The team is set to begin playing during the 2017-2018 season. The current playoff format will not change. In the expansion draft, the Las Vegas franchise must select one player from each team for a total of 30 players, with at least 20 being under contract for the 2017-18 season. The franchise also … Continue reading Las Vegas Set To Welcome NHL Team

USF Alumni Williams Adjusting To Life In The WNBA

Just over a month into her rookie season with the Phoenix Mercury, former USF guard Courtney Williams continues to adapt to life in the WNBA. Despite her team facing a 4-8 start to the season, Williams said she is learning a lot from her coaches and veteran teammates on playing up to the WNBA standards. But she is determined to use their wisdom as a … Continue reading USF Alumni Williams Adjusting To Life In The WNBA