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More Young Athletes Undergo Surgery Related to Sports Injuries

Data shows that teen athletes who have knee or leg surgery during high school are at a higher risk for more surgery if they play in college.

Big Ten Seen as a Draw for Rutgers

Since joining the Big Ten Conference, Rutgers University has seen an 11 percent increase in first year applicants.

Operation Beachhead Gets Wounded Vets Back to Activities

A wounded Vietnam veteran founded Operation Beachhead five years ago to give other wounded veterans the opportunity to participate in recreational activities.

2015 Special Olympics New Jersey Summer Games Kicks Off

More than 2,500 athletes from around the state are competing in this year's Special Olympics New Jersey Summer Games at The College of New Jersey in Ewing.

NJ Legislators Consider Bill to Make Cheerleading a Sport

Lawmakers are considering a bill to make cheerleading a competitive interscholastic sport governed by the NJSIAA. Currently, schools manage cheerleading programs individually.

Soccer Star Helps Others with Tourette Syndrome

Tim Howard participated in a Rutgers event raising awareness about Tourette syndrome and helping show kids with the disorder that they're not alone.

American Pharoah Likely to Come to Monmouth Park After Belmont

American Pharoah is going for the triple crown at the Belmont Stakes Saturday, but he will likely also race at Monmouth Park in the Haskell Invitational in eight weeks.

Sussex County Miners Honor Veterans During Season Home Opener

The baseball team Sussex County Miners are honoring veterans during their first home game in Augusta.

NY Giants’ Punter Holds Second Project Prom

New York Giants Punter Steve Weatherford recently held his second annual Project Prom.

NJSIAA Committee Co-Chair: Creating Separate Football Conferences Would Benefit Schools

NJSIAA Special Committee Co-Chair Michael Zapicchi says that separating public and non-public schools in football conferences would solve some of the issues that currently exist.