The hero of the 2017 USL Championship speaks with VAVEL By Jay Stucchio

Cameron Lancaster, the lone goalscorer in Monday night's USL Championship game answered some questions from VAVEL USA....


Boston Celtics earn their 13th straight win against Brooklyn Nets By Jose Rosas

The Boston Celtics’ winning streak remains alive with a 109-102 victory against the Brooklyn Nets at Barclays Center....


Boston Breakers re-sign defender Christen Westphal for the 2018 NWSL season By Aaron Bellamy

After missing significant time in 2017 with injuries, the former first-round pick has agreed to stay with Boston....


ATP World Tour Finals: Harrison/Venus book their spot in the semifinals

Pathik Gamana | Ryan Harrison and Michael Venus clinched their spot in the semifinals with a 6-7(4), 6-4 10-5 victory over the French pairing Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut.  Closely fought first set heads the way of the Frenchmen Both teams started out with comfortable holds of serves with just the one point lost thus far. With a game point in their favor, Venus' volley hit straight into the net as the first break/deciding point arrived. Herbert got the point to break which was swiftly followed up by an impressive hold of serve to love for a 1-3 lead early in the set.  The French buoyed by their fast start then grabbed double break point chances with Herbert hitting a wonderful backhand crosscourt. An unreadable serve followed by an ace by the American got he and Venus out of trouble to hold for 3-2.  Pierre-Hugues Herbert plays a volley at the net with partner Nicolas Mahut watching on (Photo: Clive Brunskill/Getty Images) The pair then took the French pair to a deciding/break point in the very next game with a big return by Harrison which was netted by Herbert. Another big return from the 25-year-old forced Mahut to go long as he responded perfectly to break back for 3-3 before consolidating and going ahead at 4-3.  Both teams then matched each other on serve, with the next five going with the server as the set was to be decided on the breaker. Immediately, the French broke and never looked like gifting the break back in the breaker, going on to...


ATP World Tour Finals: Roger Federer downs Alexander Zverev to seal semifinal spot By Craig Vickers

The Swiss recovered from a dip in the second set to book his place in Saturday's semifinals....

College Basketball

NCAA Basketball: Florida routs Gardner-Webb 116-74 behind Koulechov's record-breaking night By John Lupo

The Rice transfer had 34 points in his Gators debut as eighth-ranked Florida cruised to a season-opening win....


ATP World Tour Finals: David Goffin ousts ailing Rafael Nadal in three sets By Don Han

David Goffin put in an impressive performance and defeated world number one Rafael Nadal at the Nitto ATP World Tour Finals, triumphing in three-sets for his first London win. Nadal then announced his withdrawal from the tournament soon after the match....


ATP World Tour Finals: Kubot/Melo clinch year-end number one with straight sets victory By Pathik Gamana

Lukasz Kubot and Marcelo Melo will finish the year as the number one team in the world after clinching victory with Henri Kontinen and John Peers losing yesterday....


Top five plays from week 10 in the NFL By Richard Martinez

Looking at the best plays from week 10 in the NFL....


ATP World Tour Finals: Bryans battle to defeat Murray/Soares By Pathik Gamana

In another tough, class battle at the Finals, the Bryans came through in a match tiebreaker to get off to the perfect start against home favorites Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares....


New England Patriots rout the Denver Broncos on Sunday Night Football By Richard Martinez

The woes continue for the Denver Broncos as they drop their fifth straight game. The New England Patriots now hold a two-game lead in the AFC East....
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