By Eli Choi, Eli Lifton
A review of the past season and offseason for each AFC team and a preview for their upcoming seasons.
Issue 1, Volume 114
By Khush Wadhwa
Once again, the Mets have put together a fashionable collapse that has the whole league laughing.
By Kai Russell, John Jay Wang
The possibilities for this year’s tournament are endless, but here are some of the players to look out for, as well as the matches to look forward to.
By Soham Mukherjee
The most recent Kolkata Derby between Mohun Bagan and East Bengal had a lot to offer as the two sides met in the 2023 Durand Cup.
By Anas Ahmed
In a welterweight battle for the ages between Errol Spence Jr. and Terence “Bud” Crawford, a new undisputed welterweight king was crowned.
By William Tse, Vedant Kothari
Though the season just wrapped up, fans are already impatient for the upcoming season. With that, here are your official early predictions for the 2023-2024 Premier League season.
Issue 17, Volume 113
By Tejas Siddaramaiah
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish take down the Duke Blue Devils to claim the 2023 NCAA men’s lacrosse national championship.
By Eli Choi
Tottenham has been plagued by a seemingly endless cycle of mediocrity as it struggles to find lasting solutions to decades-long problems.
By Jack Cao
Manchester City have finally managed to taste European glory after trumping Inter Milan in the UEFA Champions League.
By Kai Russell, Kaileen So
Despite the hopes of numerous young players to secure a breakout win at the 2023 French Open, it became evident that their time has not yet arrived, as 36-year-old veteran Novak Djokovic once again emerged victorious.
By Vedant Kothari
With that, Poch seems likely to be the next manager in the dugout at Stamford Bridge.
Issue 15, Volume 113
By Ben Rudinski
After 15 years of being stuck in the fifth tier of English soccer, they finally achieve promotion to the English Football League, with the help of stars Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds.
Fighting for the second time at UFC 287 for the middleweight title, Israel “The Last Stylebender” Adesanya and Alex “Poatan” Pereira have become all too familiar with each other, having bad blood boiling for over seven years.
Issue 14, Volume 113
By Amir Elnashar
Butler’s 56-point performance on 67 percent shooting was the fourth-highest scoring performance in NBA playoff history, solidifying him as one of the most clutch performers of the modern NBA.
By Duncan Park, Khush Wadhwa, Kaeden Ruparel
The Spectator breaks down the thrilling first round of the NHL Playoffs!
By Soham Mukherjee, Duncan Park, Jack Cao
Welcome to The Spectator’s semi-finals coverage in soccer’s premier competition!
By Christopher Choe
The 2023 Women’s World Cup was a special tournament replete with upsets and new records.
By Duncan Park
Saudi Arabia has been making headlines in the sports world, using its endless funds to buy its way into power.
By Jared Virasami, Samay Kothari
With the NBA Draft right around the corner, basketball fans all around the world are buzzing with excitement about the next wave of young talent entering the league.
It’s time to take a deeper dive into NHL prospect Connor Bedard’s future glory.
By Braminder Kumar, Saradindu Ahmed
Nikola Jokić’s Denver Nuggets face Jimmy Butler’s Miami Heat in the 2022-2023 NBA Finals.
By Jared Virasami, Adrian Veto
The best of the best in baseball.
By Ben Rudinski, Wai Sum Fong
The 2023 Women’s World Cup is quickly approaching. What do we need to know about the participating teams?
By Jack Cao, Soham Mukherjee
A preview of the final game in soccer’s most prestigious club tournament.
Issue 16, Volume 113
By Kai Russell
The second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs did not fail to entertain, as upsets galore now lead to Conference Finals full of storylines and expectations.
By Arshan Pervez
With the Suns being blown out in elimination games two seasons in a row, the front office definitely has a lot of work to do this off-season.
By Ava Quarles, Kaeden Ruparel, Khush Wadhwa
Patrick Mahomes has led the Kansas City Chiefs to a Super Bowl victory, narrowly edging out a fierce opposition in Jalen Hurts’s Philadelphia Eagles in a game that will go down in football history.
Issue 10, Volume 113
By Anas Ahmed, Ty Anant
Lionel Messi just won the 2022 World Cup — a feat that completes his near-perfect career.
Issue 9, Volume 113
By John Jay Wang, Arshan Pervez
Playing the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Philadelphia 76ers, the New York Knicks and Brooklyn Nets look toward the playoffs, each presented with difficult matchups and significant challenges to overcome.
By Leo Roses
Here is The Spectator’s introduction to the NBA playoffs.
The UEFA Champions League is set to advance to the quarter-finals, with some of the most exciting storylines yet.
Issue 13, Volume 113
By Jared Lee
Relive some of the most exciting games and unexpected runs from this year’s Men’s March Madness tournament.
The Parisian team is becoming an example of money’s limitations when it comes to European success after another unsuccessful attempt at winning the UEFA Champions League.
By Ahmed Radwan
After a glittering career lasting over a decade, Welsh soccer icon Gareth Bale has hung up his boots and is retiring at 33 years old.
By Vedant Kothari, William Tse
The NBA has an incredibly exciting future ahead of them with the number of exciting prospects and players, but there have been a few particular standout players that represent the future.
Make sure to keep an eye on them in this year’s NBA playoffs, as the sky’s the limit for these Cavs.
By Maya Brosnick
Should there be a salary cap implemented in the MLB in order to level the playing field between small and big-market teams?
By Soham Mukherjee, Jack Cao
A summary of the knockout games in soccer’s most prestigious tournament.
Issue 8, Volume 113
USC quarterback Caleb Williams earned the Heisman trophy this past season, breaking college football records, with some calling him the next Patrick Mahomes.
The term that defines the sport doesn’t matter, since the most important aspect is enjoying it together.
By Evan Wong
Luka Dončić of the Dallas Mavericks enters the MVP race after astonishing performances in recent weeks.