UConn's Dan Hurley, New Jersey Native, Could Be LA Lakers Next Coach: Report UConn's Dan Hurley, New Jersey Native, Could Be LA Lakers Next Coach: Report
UConn's Dan Hurley, New Jersey Native, Could Be LA Lakers Next Coach: Report After two back-to-back NCAA championships, the Los Angeles Lakers are reportedly wooing UConn's Dan Hurley to be their next head coach. Click here for a new, updated story: Dan Hurley Spurns Lucrative LA Lakers' Offer To Stay With UConn  According to a report by ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, the franchise is working on a "massive," long-term contract to bring the famous Hurley, age 51, to the Lakers. Wojnarowski reported on Thursday, June 6, that the Lakers' front office had preliminary contact with Hurley and planned to escalate the discussions. Wojnarowski reported that the tea…
Want To Improve Your Golf Game? Try This New App Want To Improve Your Golf Game? Try This New App
Want To Improve Your Golf Game? Try This New App Local golf enthusiasts have a new tool in their arsenal with the launch of the Pinpoint Golf app, a cutting-edge application designed to help golfers of all skill levels improve. The app promises to bring precision and convenience to golfers, from beginners to seasoned pros. Pinpoint Golf (www.pinpoint.golf) offers a comprehensive suite of features aimed at improving your game. The app centers on strokes gained tracking, an advanced method to measure and improve performance. In addition, the app provides detailed GPS mapping of courses, real-time shot tracking, and other performance analytic…
NJ's Liv Morgan Wins WWE Women's Title NJ's Liv Morgan Wins WWE Women's Title
NJ's Liv Morgan Wins WWE Women's Title Liv Morgan, a Bergen County native, is on top of the world again. Morgan, whose real name is Gianna Daddio and was raised in Elmwood Park, won the WWE Women's Title on Saturday, May 25 at "King and Queen of the Ring" in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, defeating Becky Lynch. DID THAT JUST HAPPEN?!@YaOnlyLivvOnce beats @BeckyLynchWWE! She is the NEW Women's World Champion 😱#WWEKingAndQueen pic.twitter.com/g7cYjCFvkD — WWE (@WWE) May 25, 2024 This is Morgan's second Women's Title reign, having previously won the title in 2022.  She defeated Lynch in a steel cage match to retain the title on "…
NJ's Scottie Scheffler Shoots -5 At PGA Championship After Jail Cell Stretch NJ's Scottie Scheffler Shoots -5 At PGA Championship After Jail Cell Stretch
NJ's Scottie Scheffler Shoots -5 At PGA Championship After Jail Cell Stretch The PGA Championship is halfway over, and so is what may have been the longest, most chaotic day in Scottie Scheffler's career. The Bergen County native shot a -5 in the second round of the PGA Championship in Louisville, KY, hours after being arrested and charged with assaulting a police officer just outside of the Valhalla Golf Club. Scheffler, 27, who had six birdies on the day, sits at -9 halfway through the tournament, two strokes back of the leader. At a press conference following the tournament, the reigning Masters champ said he was still processing the day's events. "I feel like …
Scottie Scheffler Says Arrest Was 'Big Misunderstanding' After Being Charged In Cop's Assault Scottie Scheffler Says Arrest Was 'Big Misunderstanding' After Being Charged In Cop's Assault
Scottie Scheffler Says Arrest Was 'Big Misunderstanding' After Being Charged In Cop's Assault Scottie Scheffler, the No. 1 golfer in the world and a Bergen County native, has been charged with assaulting a law enforcement officer just before the second round of the PGA Championship, court records show. Scheffler, 27, was trying to drive past the scene of a fatal crash scene involving shuttle bus at the Valhalla Golf Club around 5 a.m. Friday, May 17, when he allegedly dragged an officer at the scene, as reported by ESPN. The reigning Masters champion was ultimately arrested and charged with  felony second-degree assault on a police officer, along with lesser charges of third-de…
Who Is Livvy Dunne? Bergen County Gymnast $1,000 Clue On 'Jeopardy!' Who Is Livvy Dunne? Bergen County Gymnast $1,000 Clue On 'Jeopardy!'
Who Is Livvy Dunne? Bergen County Gymnast $1,000 Clue On 'Jeopardy!' Livvy Dunne, the popular gymnast and Bergen County native, has officially hit the big time. Dunne, who was raised in Hillsdale, was a clue on the Wednesday, May 15 episode of "Jeopardy!" The $1,000 "answer" was: This LSU gymnast claims the title of most followed NCAA athlete on social media. Will Stewart, a political organizer from Nashville, buzzed in and guessed: Who is Livvy? Host Ken Jennibgs asked him to be more specific and he correctly answered, "Who is Livvy Dunne?" Last fall, Dunne was on the cover of the latest issue of Sports Illustrated, which highlights the money college ath…
Eleven New Jersey Natives Selected In 2024 NFL Draft: 'I Hear That Smile!' Eleven New Jersey Natives Selected In 2024 NFL Draft: 'I Hear That Smile!'
Eleven New Jersey Natives Selected In 2024 NFL Draft: 'I Hear That Smile!' Nearly a dozen football players from the Garden State heard their names called during the 2024 NFL Draft. Eleven players with New Jersey ties were selected in the draft from Thursday, Apr. 25 to Saturday, Apr. 27 in Detroit. The top Jersey draft pick was Max Melton, a Mays Landing native who played cornerback at Rutgers. Melton was taken in the second round with the 43rd overall pick by the Arizona Cardinals. He's the highest-drafted Scarlet Knight since defensive end Kemoko Turay was selected by the Indianapolis Colts with the 52nd overall pick in 2018. According to his NFL.com draft…
Former NY Giants Player Korey Cunningham, Found Dead In Clifton Home At 28 Former NY Giants Player Korey Cunningham, Found Dead In Clifton Home At 28
Korey Cunningham Found Dead Korey Cunningham, a former NFL player who spent time with the New York Giants, has died at 28 years old. The former offensive lineman, who played 121 snaps in 13 games with Big Blue, died by suicide in his Clifton home on Thursday, April 25 — the first day of the 2024 NFL Draft, local police confirm.  Family members became concerned after not having heard from him for days, so police conducted a welfare check at his Riverwalk Way townhouse shortly after 1 p.m. Thursday, responders said. They found Cunningham's body after forcing their way in. The New England Patriots are…
2024 NFL Draft: DePaul Catholic HS Alum Among NJ Prospects Hoping To Reach Their Pro Dreams 2024 NFL Draft: DePaul Catholic HS Alum Among NJ Prospects Hoping To Reach Their Pro Dreams
2024 NFL Draft: DePaul Catholic HS Alum Among NJ Prospects Hoping To Reach Their Pro Dreams Several football players from the Garden State are hoping to hear their names called in downtown Detroit at the 2024 NFL Draft and reach their dreams of playing pro football. Rutgers cornerback and Mays Landing native Max Melton is looking to be the highest-drafted Scarlet Knight since defensive end Kemoko Turay was selected by the Indianapolis Colts with the 52nd overall pick in 2018. While 14 Rutgers players worked out during the team's pro day on Thursday, Mar. 28, Melton is the only Scarlet Knight listed on the NFL.com prospects list. According to his NFL.com draft profile, Melton was g…
Jets Trade QB Who Put Morris County Townhouse On Market: Report Jets Trade QB Who Put Morris County Townhouse On Market: Report
Jets Trade QB Who Put Morris County Townhouse On Market: Report Let's hope Zach Wilson can sell that Florham Park townhouse soon. The New York Jets have traded the quarterback, the 2nd overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft to the Denver Broncos for a 6th round draft pick, according to NFL.com.  Wilson had put his condo on the market for $950,000 after three uninspiring seasons with Gang Green that saw him fail to live up to expectations and in need of a fresh start. The three-bedroom, 2.5 bathroom Florham Park home boasts an island kitchen, a gas fireplace, ceramic tile floors and a media and utility room, according to the listing. The townhouse…
NJ Golfer Returning To U.S. Women's Open After Reaching Leaderboard While In High School NJ Golfer Returning To U.S. Women's Open After Reaching Leaderboard While In High School
NJ Golfer Returning To U.S. Women's Open After Reaching Leaderboard While In High School A Monmouth County golfer who was in high school while on the leaderboard of an LPGA major tournament's final round is returning to the event three years later. Megha Ganne qualified for the 2024 U.S. Women's Open after winning a U.S. Golf Association qualifying tournament on Monday, Apr. 15. The Holmdel native finished six under par in the two-round event in El Macero, California. Ganne shared pictures on Instagram of the official invitation to her third LPGA major. "US OPEN BOUND!!" Ganne posted. "[It's] been a while since one of these, grateful for another U.S. Women's Open opp…
Golfer, 27, Who Grew Up Swinging On Bergen County Courses Wins Second Masters Tournament Golfer, 27, Who Grew Up Swinging On Bergen County Courses Wins Second Masters Tournament
Golfer, 27, Who Grew Up Swinging On Bergen County Courses Wins Second Masters Tournament When it comes to golf, it's Scottie Scheffler's world and we're just living it. The Bergen County native won his second Masters Tournament on Sunday, April 14, continuing a dominant run that has seen him win three tournaments since March as he continues to be ranked #1 in the world. Scheffler, 27, got off to a blistering start at Augusta National, scoring a 66 in the first round and entering the final round on a path to victory. He clinched his victory on the last six holes, with three birdies, finishing with a 68. He won his second green jacket by four strokes, taking home $3.6 million in …
'Good Morning Football' Host Details 'Petrifying' Birth Of Baby At Valley Hospital 'Good Morning Football' Host Details 'Petrifying' Birth Of Baby At Valley Hospital
'Good Morning Football' Host Details 'Petrifying' Birth Of Baby At Valley Hospital It was a harrowing birth ordeal with a happy ending for one of the hosts of "Good Morning Football" at The Valley Hospital. Jamie Erdahl, who hosts the show on NFL Network and is also a sideline reporter for CBS Sports, went into the detail about the birth of her daughter, Nora, at the Ridgewood hospital on Saturday, March 30. During the birth, the umbilical cord became prolapsed around Nora's neck, necessitating an emergency c-section. "To myself who thought everything was fine until it wasn't," Erdahl wrote on Instagram. "To my husband who met my petrified tears with calm and strength de…
Dan Hurley Reflects On Jersey City Lessons, Dad's 'Tough Love' Before NCAA Final Four Dan Hurley Reflects On Jersey City Lessons, Dad's 'Tough Love' Before NCAA Final Four
Dan Hurley Reflects On Jersey City Lessons, Dad's 'Tough Love' Before NCAA Final Four Dan Hurley is never shy when telling people what he learned growing up in Jersey City has helped him reach the top of the college basketball world. The UConn men's head basketball coach has led the Huskies to back-to-back Final Fours for the first time in program history.  UConn's dominant run to Glendale, AZ, was capped off with a second-half avalanche of points in the Huskies' 77-52 win over Illinois in the Elite Eight on Saturday, Mar. 30. And the Hurley family is a basketball dynasty in the Garden State, started by Dan's father Bob Hurley Sr. at the now-closed St. Anthony High Sch…
Bergen County Fencer Qualifies For Olympics In Paris Bergen County Fencer Qualifies For Olympics In Paris
Bergen County Fencer Qualifies For Olympics In Paris A fencer from Bergen County is going to be saying "en garde" at the Olympics this summer. Mitchell Saron, a Ridgewood native and senior at Harvard University, recently qualified for the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris, competing in the men's saber event. Saron got his start the Bergen Fencing Club in Waldwick. Congratulations to Mitchell Saron for winning a Silver in the team World Cup at Padua, Italy, earlier this... Posted by Bergen Fencing Club on Monday, March 11, 2024 Saron said he got his start in fencing after watching the lightsaber duels in "Star Wars" and dreamed of becomin…
Jets Won't Release QB Zach Wilson Who Put NJ Condo On Market Jets Won't Release QB Zach Wilson Who Put NJ Condo On Market
Jets Won't Release QB Zach Wilson Who Put NJ Condo On Market New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson, who is selling his condominium in Florham Park, may want to call his real estate agent. Wilson had put his condo on the market for $950,000 as he expected to say goodbye to Gang Green after three uninspiring seasons that saw him fail to live up expectations as the #2 pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.  But Jets owner Woody Johnson has other plans. While Johnson said the team is still exploring a trade for the Brigham Young University graduate, the team will not release him. "If we don't trade him, we're gonna keep him," Johnson said at an NFL owners me…
Time's Up For Tommy? Report Examines NJ QB's Future With Giants Time's Up For Tommy? Report Examines NJ QB's Future With Giants
Time's Up For Tommy? Report Examines NJ QB's Future With Giants Giants quarterback Tommy DeVito might finally have to move out of his parents home. DeVito, who lives with his parents in Cedar Grove and graduated from Don Bosco High School, could be on his way out of Big Blue, according to a FOX News report by Ralph Vacchiano. As a rookie, DeVito earned national attention when he led the Giants on a three-game wining streak. Off the field, DeVito earned the nickname Tommy Cutlets when he expressed an affinity for his mother's chicken cutlets while celebrating his Italian heritage on the field. But the Giants plan on having Daniel Jones start at quarterb…
How Superfan's Classic Order From Local NJ Diner Lured New Wide Receiver To NY Jets How Superfan's Classic Order From Local NJ Diner Lured New Wide Receiver To NY Jets
How Superfan's Classic Order From Local NJ Diner Lured New Wide Receiver To NY Jets "This what got the deal signed right here." Jets fans have the Morristown Diner to thank for their newest free agent acquisition.  Mike Williams, a wide receiver, said he signed with the team after seven seasons with the Chargers because a Jets superfan did the ultimate Garden State move: Ordered him a Taylor ham, two eggs and cheese from a diner and sent it to the Jets practice facility in Florham Park. NYJ Matt chronicled it all on Twitter, placing the order with Morristown Diner early Tuesday, March 19 and then updating millions as they waited for it to arrive. NYJ Matt, who lives in P…
Former NHL Player Leapt To His Death From Balcony At Miami Resort, Police Say (UPDATE) Former NHL Player Leapt To His Death From Balcony At Miami Resort, Police Say (UPDATE)
Former NHL Player Leapt To His Death From Balcony At Miami Resort, Police Say (Update) The cause of death for former Pittsburgh Penguins player Konstantin Koltsov has been ruled suicide, police in Miami tell Daily Voice. Koltsov, who played for the Penguins from 2002 to 2006, is believed to have leapt to his death from a balcony of a resort in Miami, a spokesperson for the Miami-Dade Police Department said. He was 42 years old. ALSO SEE: Pittsburgh Penguins Mourn Loss Of Former Player Konstantin Koltsov, Dead At 42 The Bal Harbour Police and Fire Rescue were called to the St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort on Collins Avenue for a person who jumped from a balcony just before 12:40 …
Garden State 'El Clasico': Real Madrid, FC Barcelona To Play At MetLife Stadium This Summer Garden State 'El Clasico': Real Madrid, FC Barcelona To Play At MetLife Stadium This Summer
Garden State 'El Clasico': Real Madrid, FC Barcelona To Play At MetLife Stadium This Summer One of the most famous sports rivalries in the world is coming to the Garden State this summer. Real Madrid CF and FC Barcelona will play an edition of 'El Clasico' at MetLife Stadium on Saturday, Aug. 3, the Spanish soccer clubs announced on Tuesday, Mar. 19. Two of La Liga's biggest powerhouses will hold the friendly match as part of a preseason summer U.S. tour. This will be the fourth edition of Spain's most historic rivalry played in the U.S. The first was at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, with Lionel Messi and Barcelona defeating their Madrid rivals 3-2 on Monday, July 2…
NJ's Aaron Rodgers, Possible VP Pick, Denies Spouting Sandy Hook Conspiracy Theories NJ's Aaron Rodgers, Possible VP Pick, Denies Spouting Sandy Hook Conspiracy Theories
NJ's Aaron Rodgers, Possible VP Pick, Denies Spouting Sandy Hook Conspiracy Theories Aaron Rodgers, who lives in Essex County, is denying a CNN report that he believed the children killed in the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre were actors. In a statement on X, Rodgers said the CNN story was not true. "I am not and have never been of the opinion that the events did not take place," Rodgers said.  "I hope that we learn from this and other tragedies to identify the signs that will allow us to prevent unnecessary loss of life. My thoughts and prayers continue to remain with the families affected along with the entire Sandy Hook community." Mark Blanston, …
Manasquan's Bid To Overturn HS Basketball Playoff Loss Denied By NJ Education Dept. Manasquan's Bid To Overturn HS Basketball Playoff Loss Denied By NJ Education Dept.
Manasquan's Bid To Overturn HS Basketball Playoff Loss Denied By NJ Education Dept. A Jersey Shore high school boys basketball team appears to only have one desperation heave left after a referee error cost it a trip to a state championship game. The state Department of Education denied an appeal from the Manasquan School District to postpone the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA) Group 2 state championship game. The district's attorneys mentioned the decision in an emergency court filing on Friday, Mar. 8. The title game between Camden High School and Newark Arts High School is scheduled for noon on Saturday, Mar. 9. It'll be held at …
Manasquan HS Sues NJSIAA To Overturn Basketball Playoff Loss On Blown Call: 'We Want Answers' Manasquan HS Sues NJSIAA To Overturn Basketball Playoff Loss On Blown Call: 'We Want Answers'
Manasquan HS Sues Njsiaa To Overturn Basketball Playoff Loss On Blown Call: 'We Want Answers' After its last-second playoff win was taken away by a referee mistake, a Jersey Shore high school boys basketball team is in another race against the clock. Manasquan High School has filed a lawsuit to block the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA) from holding its Group 2 state championship game at noon on Saturday, Mar. 9.  @dailyvoicenewjersey Manasquan High School has filed a lawsuit to block the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA) from holding its Group 2 state championship game at noon on Saturday, Mar. 9. The …
NJSIAA Admits Ref Made Mistake But Won't Overturn NJ School's Basketball Playoff Loss (VIDEO) NJSIAA Admits Ref Made Mistake But Won't Overturn NJ School's Basketball Playoff Loss (VIDEO)
Njsiaa Admits Ref Made Mistake But Won't Overturn NJ School's Basketball Playoff Loss (Video) New Jersey's high school sports' governing body admitted referees mistakenly negated a game-winning buzzer-beater. It cost a Jersey Shore boys basketball team a chance to defend its state championship. And yet, they won't reverse it. The Manasquan Big Blue and the Camden Panthers played in the Group 2 semifinals of the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA) playoffs on Tuesday, Mar. 5. Video from MaxPreps and the Twitter account Hoop Fiends showed the controversial final 5.8 seconds at Central Regional High School in Berkeley Township. With the …
NJ Sportswriter Pens Book About Aaron Rodgers NJ Sportswriter Pens Book About Aaron Rodgers
NJ Sportswriter Pens Book About Aaron Rodgers To many, New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers is a total enigma.  A Bergen County sportswriter is hoping to peel back the layers. Ian O'Connor, an Englewood native who lives in River Vale, is the author of "Out of the Darkness: The Mystery of Aaron Rodgers," which is set to be published in August. O'Connor has previously written biographies about coaching legends Bill Belichick and Mike Krzyzewski.  The book dives deep into Rodgers' many news making events, from his opposition to the COVID vaccine to being estranged from his family, according to a synopsis.  O'Connor tol…
Middle Schooler Spurs Viral Video With Game-Winning Basket In South Jersey Middle Schooler Spurs Viral Video With Game-Winning Basket In South Jersey
Middle Schooler Spurs Viral Video With Game-Winning Basket In South Jersey A middle school student from Haddonfield hit a half-court shot at the buzzer to win a game against Washington Township. A video of the shot by seventh-grader Sara Guveiyian went viral on ESPN's top 10 for the day. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Daily Voice NJ (@dailyvoicenewjersey) NBC10 says the teams were tied at 37 in the final four of the ICBL Girls Basketball League on Sunday, Feb. 25 when Sara stole the ball. She then launches the shot from half-court, and sinks it. The Bulldawgs are headed to the championships, and…
Trans Swimmer Smashes Another Record For Ramapo College Sparking Controversy Trans Swimmer Smashes Another Record For Ramapo College Sparking Controversy
Trans Swimmer Smashes Another Record For Ramapo College Sparking Controversy Meghan Cortez-Fields has clocked yet another record for the Ramapo College women's swim team. But not without controversy. The senior athlete switched from the men's team to the women's team after transitioning from male to female. Back in November, she set her first record for the women's team, drawing controversy. Last Friday, Cortez-Fields finished 7th overall (2:10.76) at the NJAC Swimming and Diving Championships at the University of Maryland in College Park and advanced to the finals, finishing in fifth place at 2:08:20. That's a new record. And Riley Gaines, a former Universi…
Meet Figure Skater Gracie Gold, Olympic Medalist, In North Jersey Meet Figure Skater Gracie Gold, Olympic Medalist, In North Jersey
Meet Figure Skater Gracie Gold, Olympic Medalist, In North Jersey Gracie Gold, who won a bronze medal in figure skating at the 2014 Winter Olympics, is ready to tell her story in Bergen County. Gold is signing copies of her new book "Outofshapeworthlessloser," at Bookends in Ridgewood on Sunday, Feb. 18 at 2 p.m. The book chronicles Gold's rise to being America's Sweetheart after her medal winning performance in Sochi, where she was profiled in magazines and baked cookies with Taylor Swift, according to a synopsis. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Gracie Gold (@graciegold95) But while Gold was e…
Super Bowl Champ Rocks 100-Carat Diamond Necklace Designed By Totowa Phenom Jeweler On Kimmel Super Bowl Champ Rocks 100-Carat Diamond Necklace Designed By Totowa Phenom Jeweler On Kimmel
Super Bowl Champ Rocks 100-Carat Diamond Necklace Designed By Totowa Phenom Jeweler On Kimmel Well, it's certainly a conversation piece. Mecole Hardman, the Kansas City Chiefs player who made the Super Bowl LVIII-winning catch, sported his 100-carat diamond necklace made by a New Jersey jeweler popular among professional athletes in the post-game interview on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" Mecole Hardman and Al Bekdas. Al Bekdas Hardman's necklace by Al Bekdas. Al Bekdas The flashy chain made by New Milford native Al Bekdas of Labelle Jewelry in Totowa — known by his clients simply as "Al the Jeweler" — features three jets, the main one of which opens up to reveal an action figur…
Watch Hometown Player's Buzzer-Beater Shot That Scored Monmouth U's Comeback Win Watch Hometown Player's Buzzer-Beater Shot That Scored Monmouth U's Comeback Win
Watch Hometown Player's Buzzer-Beater Shot That Scored Monmouth U's Comeback Win A hometown basketball player is getting national attention for his "miracle" half-court buzzer-beater to lead Monmouth University to an improbable victory. West Long Branch native Xander Rice scored 37 points in Monmouth's 88-87 home win over Campbell University on Thursday, Feb. 15. ARE YOU KIDDING ME?!?!?!?!XANDER RICE BANKS ONE IN TO WIN IT AT THE BUZZER!!!@MonmouthBBall || #FlyHawks pic.twitter.com/ZSSDiFqvUu — Monmouth Hawks (@MonmouthHawks) February 16, 2024 The Patrick School alum was 13 for 23 from the field and eight for 12 on three-pointers, but no shot was more clutch than t…
Pickleball Pandemonium: Largest Facility In NJ Opening In Wayne Pickleball Pandemonium: Largest Facility In NJ Opening In Wayne
Pickleball Pandemonium: Largest Facility In NJ Opening In Wayne The fast growing sport that has gripped the country is coming to Passaic County next year. Sportime Pickleball announced it has signed a lease to open Sportime Pickleball Wayne at Willowbrook Plaza in the spring of 2025. Sportime said this will be the largest facility in the state. The 50,000 square foot space will include 20 indoor courts, a stadium court, a concession stand and spaces for events, including national tournaments.  Sportime said it is looking to open more locations in the Garden State.