Have you been binge watching Game of Thrones? Getting over a breakup? Or maybe you just crave to feel the weight of an axe in your hand, and to hear the thunk of it being thrown against a wooden target.
The Henry Ford College women’s basketball team has a new head coach. Coach Kareem Hogan was assistant coach for two years for the Oakland Community College women’s team. This will be Coach Hogan’s first time as head coach.
Last fall, the women’s volleyball team had a very exciting season, despite losing in the playoffs against Cuyahoga Community College. The Lady Hawks went 6-6 in the conference and had a winning 3-2 record at home.
Ilitch Holdings, Inc. plans for its District Detroit has come under fire recently as HBO’s “Real Sports” aired an episode in April that asked whether Detroiters may have paid too high a price for a sports arena that may not in the end benefit them.
Would you trade years of losing, poor performances, and near unwatchable sports if it were to bring you a championship in turn? Sports fandom is a cog in many lives of people in America, and sometimes, happiness can be determined through sports.
Joshua Mann was a member of the Henry Ford College basketball team in 2013 before getting injured prior to the start of the 2014 season and transferring to Rhode Island for 2015 season, and then transferring to a four-year school in 2016.
The Henry Ford College softball team, led by Coach Steve Brown, has had a solid season so far. The team consists of 13 players, 11 freshmen and two sophomores. Their current record is 10-10 overall, with a league play record of 4-4.