(Courtesy of yumacs.com) Junior Joseph Goffstein, of the Yeshiva University baseball team, has been selected to participate in the 2018 NCAA Career in Sports Forum.
Since they arrived in Israel on April 11, the graduating class of Stamford’s Bi-Cultural Day School has been enjoying a jam-packed itinerary that includes touring the country from Eilat to the Golan Heights; engaging in acts of chesed—aka ‘loving kindness’ or social
After a strong performance throughout Yeshiva University’s Red Sarachek Tournament, the MTA Lions faced Beren in the Tier III championship. The Lions came out of the gate strong, with Eitan Warburg (‘19) nailing a 3-pointer off the
As far back as Hank Greenberg in the early part of the 20th century, Jews have, for one reason or another, been subject to various forms of discrimination in baseball. The film “Heading Home: The Tale of Team Israel,” originated by MLB baseball writer Jonathan
On Sunday, March 18, the SAR Sting faced off against the Frisch Cougars in the 38th annual MYHSAL boys varsity floor hockey championship at Lawrence Middle School in Lawrence. Following a 9-4-1 season and fourth seed in the Western Division, the Frisch Cougars upset the
The second annual Rapid Fire Yeshiva High School Ice Hockey Benefit Tournament will take place on Sunday, March 25, at The John T. Wright Arena at Mackay Park in Englewood, at 5:15 p.m. There will be students representing TABC, SAR, Ramaz, Frisch, JEC, Flatbush, Kushner and Long Island
The YU Maccabees’ historic season came to an end last Friday with a loss to York College in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. The Macs clinched a tournament berth with a Skyline Conference championship win over Purchase College last month. This marked Yeshiva’s
(Courtesy of Hustle & Heart Sports) A new and exciting boys post-summer camp basketball program will take place from August 19- 22, run by Hustle & Heart Sports. H&H’s boy’s basketball