Corrections and additions may be emailed to Ryan Njegovan (men’s indoor field) and Jocelyn Ocon (women’s indoor field) were chosen NACC Athletes of the Week.,... North Central’s Andy Hinch (men’s indoor tennis) was named athlete of the week in the CCIW.

Several games this week pit a pair of teams already eliminated while others will involve one team that’s been eliminated and another that’s locked into a specific seed with no chance of improving or dropping from that position.,Sunday

Cowboys at Giants (-7): Dallas has clinched the NFC East title and is locked into the No. 4 seed which means hosting a Wild Card game next week.,UNDER read more

Several games this week pit a pair of teams already eliminated while others will involve one team that’s been eliminated and another that’s locked into a specific seed with no chance of improving or dropping from that position.,Sunday

Cowboys at Giants (-7): Dallas has clinched the NFC East title and is locked into the No. 4 seed which means hosting a Wild Card game next week.,UNDER read more

No matter how it might look, regime change really will come to men’s tennis someday, but for now power remains concentrated in very familiar hands.,Four years have passed since the last New York Times survey of the best shots in men’s tennis, and the players who dominated that poll in 2014 continue to dominate the latest one in 2018.,But the three of them remain the sport’s leading figures, even as two of their longtime rivals, Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka, have fallen far back because of injuries.,“I was surprised how hard it was to choose anyone other than the big three for so many categories,” said Stephen Tignor, a longtime writer at Tennis magazine.