St. Thomas teen in top 35 at World Archery event
South Carolina forward and St. Thomas native Aliyah Boston was named the Southeastern Conference’s co-Player of the Week, sharing the award with Texas A&M’s Aaliyah Wilson, league officials announced Tuesday.
St. Thomas native Aliyah Boston was one of two South Carolina players named Wednesday night to the John R. Wooden Award Midseason Top 25 Watch List.
St. Thomas teen Tanner Krygsveld finished in the top five in his division over the weekend at the 2020 Orange Bowl International Regatta, held Dec. 28-30 in Miami.
COLUMBIA, S.C. — After South Carolina women’s basketball closed its Thanksgiving weekend with a perfect 2-0 record and a tournament title in South Dakota, coach Dawn Staley noted that she was especially happy about one thing.
TORTOLA — Colette Callwood and Wendy Kelsic were among die-hard horse racing fans turning out for Sunday’s Boxing Day races at Ellis Thomas Downs, as British Virgin Islands horseman are keeping the sport alive with match races. Two other head-to-head races were held in September and October.
Competitive and COVID-safe yacht racing returns in a new normal way to St. Thomas in 2021, with the St. Thomas Yacht Club’s board of directors announcing next year’s dates for three of its major regattas.
The match schedules have been finalized for both the U.S. Virgin Islands and British Virgin Islands senior men’s national soccer teams qualifying matches for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
The U.S. Virgin Islands Lacrosse Association has joined its second international governing body, with its acceptance into the Pan-American Lacrosse Association (PALA) late last month.
The University of the Virgin Islands won’t have any of its athletic teams traveling stateside for the foreseeable future.
South Carolina sophomore Aliyah Boston was one of two Gamecocks players named to the John R. Wooden Award’s Women’s Preseason Top 30 Watch List, officials with the Los Angeles Athletic Club announced Tuesday.
The U.S. Virgin Islands’ senior men’s national basketball team put together a solid second half in its second-round group play game in the FIBA AmeriCup 2022 Qualifiers.
Aliyah Boston well remembers her freshman season, cutting down the nets after South Carolina’s women’s basketball team won the Southeastern Conference tournament just over eight months ago.
There’s an old fishermen’s saying that the sport is called fishing, not catching. But on Sunday, at the Virgin Islands Game Fishing Club’s 2020 Wahoo Windup, it was definitely a day of catching for St. Thomas’ Keith Terry Jr.
Throughout his career, Alfonzo Duncan has always tried to achieve “something special” with every team he’s coached, at both the high school and college level.
COLUMBIA, S.C. — “I’m really just trying to improve on my inside game, and working a lot on outside of my outside game as well. And I’m also trying to become a better rebounder, especially when I get tired — just continuing to rebound the ball and be able to push it down the floor.”
The men’s field has been set for the revised Paradise Jam college basketball tournament, which will be played on the U.S. mainland later this month.
The University of the Virgin Islands has a new head coach for its men’s basketball team, hiring veteran coach Alfonzo Duncan to lead the Buccaneers’ program.
St. Thomas native Taylor Canfield skippered Team Stars+Stripes to two major titles Friday, winning both the 70th Bermuda Gold Cup and the 2020 Open Match Racing World Championship in Hamilton, Bermuda.
Just weeks after the World Health Organization’s March 11 declaration of COVID-19 as a global pandemic, 8 Tuff Miles Race Director Peter Alter knew that the 25th anniversary of the race, then nearly 11 months away, was not going to happen. The 24th 8 Tuff Miles road race took place Feb. 29, …
When Kaya Evans was considering her choices to continue playing basketball beyond high school, she had plenty of options to choose from at stateside programs.
While sporting events within the U.S. Virgin Islands’ schools — both public and private — are on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic, that doesn’t mean the athletic programs are at a complete standstill.
Just seven months ago, Kristene Kelly was plenty happy in her job as one of the lead administrators with an Ivy League college’s athletics department.
Kristene Kelly is taking another step upward in her career as a college athletics administrator — this time joining a school affiliated with one of the nation’s top athletic conferences.