“I was like, I just really want to do a collage-based text where the lettering is different sizes. I started to collect different varieties of each letter because I wanted each of the players’ names to look like a ransom note.”
“Baseball is something I love to do, and it’s not big for me that I made history. It’s awesome that I did it, but it’s not what matters right now. Right now I want to get better at baseball, and do everything I can to get better. There are bigger things that I want to accomplish.”
This is all… ugh… about Trump. An established domestic golf brand didn’t want to associate its most high-profile event with him; an upstart, massively funded, skeletons-in-its-closet brand can’t wait to partner up (and they’re doing so again later this year at a Trump course in Florida).
“I believe in the power of sports, recreation and public spaces. There’s a huge need for it, and there are Parks & Rec centers that haven’t been invested in for a really long time. I thought since I played football, that’s where I could make a difference.”
“Everything’s happened [for a reason]. Who could imagine this? 20 years later, now I’m the head coach at Seton Hall. That’s a story within a story.”
The Flemington native’s success is part of a grassroots movement to grow the sport in New Jersey
New Jersey has no historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs). A basketball tournament in Newark this weekend brings them to us.