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  • CAA women's teams aim at top seed Delaware

    Delaware aims for the next goal in a remarkable run, while William and Mary and Old Dominion attempt to make up for disappointing seasons, at the Colonial Athletic Association women's basketball tournament. Delaware (27-1) is the top seed and favorite in...
  • ODU's women lose 74-54 to Delaware in CAA tournament quarterfinals

    It wasn't just Elena Delle Donne who starred for Delaware in Friday's CAA tournament quarterfinal game. Toss in Trumae Lucas and Lauren Carra and Jocelyn Bailey. The whole package ranked No. 8 in the country routed Old Dominion 74-54, ending the Lady...
  • Teel Time: Virginia seeded 10th, VCU 11th in projected NCAA tournament bracket

    Teel Time: Virginia seeded 10th, VCU 11th in projected NCAA tournament bracket
    Bank on another anxious Selection Sunday for ACC and Colonial Athletic Association basketball fans, coaches and players. Neither conference will match its record qualifiers for the NCAA tournament field – three for the CAA and seven for the ACC....
  • Towson education notices

    Kirbie Hanlon, of Cockeysville, has been named to the fall 2011 dean's list at University of the Sciences, Philadelphia, Pa. Shang Jiang, of Lutherville; Emily Koppelman, of Towson, and James Wang, of Cockeysville, have been named to the fall 2011 dean's...
  • Head of the Class: North County residents earn honors, degrees

    Emily North, of Baldwin; Kathryn Nunn, of Parkton, and Roderick Lancaster, of Phoenix, have been named to the dean's list at St. Joseph's University, Philadelphia, Pa. Daniel Weinel, of Jarrettsville, a freshman music recording technology major, was...
  • Teel Time: Bennett says UVa working to upgrade non-conference schedule

    Teel Time: Bennett says UVa working to upgrade non-conference schedule
    As a No. 10 seed, Virginia was safely in this year’s NCAA basketball tournament. The Cavaliers were not among the final four at-large teams chosen, or the final eight for that matter. This according to the 1-through-68 seedings released this season...
  • Daily Press girls swimmer of the year: Menchville's Amanda Carner

    When Menchville’s Amanda Carner stepped onto the starting blocks for her first event, girls from the Peninsula District had won exactly one individual event in the previous 16 Group AAA state swim meets. When Carner finished her two events, she had...
  • Winter All-League Teams: McLaren shares award

    Newport Harbor High senior Maddy McLaren earned co-Player of the Year for Sunset League girls' water polo after leading the Sailors to the league title. McLaren shared the award with her future teammate at UCLA, Los Alamitos senior Rachel Fattal....
  • Girls' Soccer Dream Team: Raguse, Alvarado shine

    Girls' Soccer Dream Team: Raguse, Alvarado shine
    One of them made controlling the midfield look effortless, speeding past the opposition to set up scoring chances for herself and others. One of them offered invaluable leadership in the back as a sweeper, as well as booming free kicks that also set up...
  • Teel Time: Virginia Tech, Virginia pursuing Rice transfer Dylan Ennis to fill point guard void

    Virginia and Virginia Tech both figure to start top-shelf senior point guards next basketball season. The Cavaliers’ Jontel Evans is the ACC’s best returning on-the-ball defender, and the Hokies’ Erick Green is the conference’s No....
  • ACC All Access: Assistant James Johnson leaving Virginia Tech's men's basketball staff to take similar position at Clemson

    ACC All Access: Assistant James Johnson leaving Virginia Tech's men's basketball staff to take similar position at Clemson
    Virginia Tech men's basketball assistant coach James Johnson is leaving coach Seth Greenberg's staff to become an assistant coach at Clemson, according to two sources within Tech's athletic department that spoke Friday to Daily Press columnist David Teel....