During his 38 years in college athletics, Jerry Koloskie went from taping Larry Johnson’s ankles to being UNLV’s interim athletic director to shoveling himself out of three feet of snow.
When the Columbus Blue Jackets finally won a Stanley Cup playoff series after nearly 20 years of trying, longtime Las Vegan and former Blue Jackets scout Bob Strumm was watching on TV with delight.
After the San Jose Sharks killed a four-minute penalty against Colorado on Friday, the team reminded Las Vegas hockey fans that it was possible to kill an extended penalty without allowing four goals.
Last year when the Pacific Coast League used a baseball made in China, one at-bat in every 36 resulted in a home run. So far in April after switching to a ball made in a rabbit thicket, one at-bat in every 25 has resulted in somebody touching ‘em all.
Dramatic, controversial Knights-Sharks first-round NHL playoff series should be remembered as one for the ages.
When it comes to overtime in the postseason, nobody does it better than hockey.
The Lights FC ranks fourth among 35 United Soccer League clubs with average attendance of 8,308 — about 1,400 fewer than the Aviators are drawing in their new stadium.
Tickets go on sale Saturday for the Las Vegas Rollers, which will play in a new incarnation of World Team Tennis, a longstanding circuit organized by Billie Jean King in the 1970s.
Aviators’ Seth Brown caps historic three-homer night with blast into swimming pool at Las Vegas Ballpark just four days after last year’s 51s’ slugger Pete Alonso finds fountains in Atlanta.
About a half-hour after most in the Sunday afternoon announced crowd of 9,475 had left Las Vegas Ballpark, Aviators president Don Logan called his staff together for a group hug.