Lucas O'Neill is a multimedia journalist living in Brooklyn. He earned his M.S. from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in May 2013.
The world's best players to give the inside scoop on how they fell in love with the game.
Tristan Braverman, a junior basketball player at Lawrence Woodmere (N.Y.) who was diagnosed with autism as a baby, has become a starter on his high school team.
When Bennett Wilson learned that a 13,000-square-foot warehouse was available for rent on the Brooklyn waterfront, he did everything he could to move in, including cashing out his 401(k) and draining his savings account.
Had you told DK Holland in 2008 that it would take nearly four years for the Greene Hill Food Co-op to open its doors to the public, she probably would have abandoned the project on the spot.
A Florida tennis star lived up to his name when he rescued his family from a serious car accident.
Nearly 30 years after his death, Ben Wilson’s name still resonates in Chicago. Now it will ring out nationwide.
In the grand scheme of things, sports are trivial. They're games. Rarely is that more clear than on a day like today, the 10-year anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Pitcher Michael Hennessey overcame testicular cancer to excel on mound.
Derrick Henry runs for state-record 502 yards and moves to No. 2 on Florida's career list.
Today Elena Delle Donne is a superstar junior forward/guard at Delaware. In the fall of 2007, she was preparing for her senior season at the Ursuline Academy (Wilmington, Del.) and was the most highly touted recruit in the nation.
How the recruiting process changes over time for elite boys' basketball recruits.