Monday, October 23, 2017

Sports

Yeshiva University Inaugurates First-Ever Hall of Fame Class

This week, Yeshiva University inducted its inaugural class to the university’s brand new Hall of Fame. The event, which took place on Monday night in YU’s Belfer Hall, featured some of the best athletes and coaches in Yeshiva history.

According to YU, The Yeshiva University

Gotham Burger Sportstars of the Week: Sophie Hecht and Rebecca Hyman

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Gotham Burger would like to recognize SAR seniors Sophie Hecht and Rebecca Hyman as this week’s co-sportstars of the week. The dynamic duo is coming off of a terrific championship season.

The SAR coach told The Jewish Link, “While our team has no

YU Roller Hockey Team Goes on Cinderella Run in NCRHA Championship

(yumacs.com) The Yeshiva University roller hockey team completed its historical season last week. In its first season competing in Division II, and just the second season as a program, YU advanced all the way to the Elite 8 of the National Collegiate Roller Hockey Association championships, and fell just three wins short

SAR Floor Hockey Junior League Announces Winner

Congratulations to the Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Center Team Wild and coaches Laurent and Remy Mastey on winning the Floor Hockey Junior League Championship. The championship game was an exhilarating final game to cap off a great season.

Thank you to all who participated in the 2017 SAR

Friends of Yachad Hosts First-Ever 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament

New York—Friends of Yachad held its first-ever 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament on Sunday, March 26, at the Ramaz Upper School in Manhattan.

Twenty teams of young professionals vied for the title, and after several hours of intense 3-on-3 games, Andrew Haft, Michael Berg

SAR JV Lady Sting Defeat Frisch to Win Basketball Championship

Frisch and SAR came into the game having split their season series. SAR jumped out to an early lead behind the hot shooting of Sophia Reich and strong rebounding of Olivia Weinstein. Frisch began to chip away at the lead and was only down by seven at halftime behind the play of Charlotte Turner and Leila Deluty. Frisch continued

Beit Shemesh Baseball Association Launches Campaign to Build First Regulation Field in Israel

Beit Shemesh, Israel— Just weeks after breaking ground to build the first regulation baseball stadium in the country and days after the Israel Association of Baseball’s (IAB) Team Israel ignited new excitement for the sport, an innovative crowd-funding campaign was launched via GoFundMe to raise funds to help build the complex.

The Varsity Lady Sting Top Flatbush to Capture the Championship

SAR came into the championship game with an 11-1 regular season record, having defeated Heschel (#4 seed) and Central (#2 seed) on the way to the top.

As the varsity teams entered the TABC gym packed with fans, the SAR team cheered on their underclassmen, as the SAR JV team pulled away and won the JV

Yeshiva Wrestlers Compete and Win at Wittenberg

The 22nd Annual Henry Wittenberg Invitational ended last week with two New Jersey teams in the top rankings. The Frisch School of Paramus climbed to third place while Rae Kushner Yeshiva High School of Livingston claimed second place for its second consecutive year. SAR of Riverdale

Hebrew Institute of Riverdale Sponsors League of Our Own Girls Sunday Softball

Registration is now open for the League of Our Own Girls Sunday Softball league. Sponsored by the Hebrew Institute of Riverdale, the league has been providing girls in Riverdale and greater Westchester with the opportunity to play recreational softball on Sundays for almost 25 years.

Players are assigned

SAR Sting Place First at Wittenberg Wrestling Tournament

Mazal tov to the SAR Sting for their third consecutive win at the Wittenberg Wrestling Invitational Tournament, held this past weekend at Frisch High School in Paramus. In addition to the team’s first place overall win, many individual wrestlers took home medals in their weight classes, including Max Berger, second place; Ethan

The Yeshiva University Womens’ Basketball Team Earns Historic Win

The Yeshiva University women’s basketball team earned a historical Skyline win over Purchase College, 65-53, at the Purchase College gymnasium on Sunday afternoon. This was the first Skyline win for the Maccabees since rejoining the Skyline Conference in 2015. The Maccabees previously played in the Skyline from 2007-2011.

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