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  • Delaware State tops Hampton 63-60 in MEAC quarterfinals

    NORFOLK — They were in a familiar position, perhaps even a comfortable position. Tight game, clock winding down, big stakes. Hampton University had thrived in those situations for the most part in recent weeks. But the third-seeded Pirates were...
  • Hampton University women win fourth consecutive MEAC championship

    NORFOLK — What David Six calls the most improved team he's ever coached allowed Hampton University to make history. As they've done for the past month, the Lady Pirates smothered an opponent defensively, this time on the Mid-Eastern Athletic...
  • HU women await all-important NCAA seed

    After blowing through the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Tournament, the Hampton University women approach their third goal: winning an NCAA tournament game. Coach David Six and his players have said – quietly – throughout the season that...
  • 'Pirates' heads to Kentucky

    'Pirates' heads to Kentucky
    The Hypocrites' cheeky production of W. S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan's "The Pirates of Penzance," a two-time hit in Chicago and also at the American Repertory Theatre in Cambridge, Mass, has added another regional notch to its belt. Sean Graney's show...
  • Hampton University women's basketball a No. 15 seed, draws ACC power Duke in first round

    Hampton University women's basketball a No. 15 seed, draws ACC power Duke in first round
    HAMPTON — Hampton University's festive NCAA tournament viewing party received a cold jolt of reality when the Lady Pirates' matchup flashed on the big screens in the Student Center ballroom. Following one of the most successful seasons in...
  • Orioles expect to get the 'really good' version of Nate McLouth

    SARASOTA, Fla. — When outfielder Nate McLouth joined the Orioles from Triple-A last August, he was just another one of executive vice president Dan Duquette's attempted reclamation projects. His new teammates knew who he was, though. Heck, one even...
  • Community College Baseball: Pirates fall to GWC

    COSTA MESA — Not long after his Orange Coast College baseball team dropped a 6-2 Orange Empire Conference game to visiting Golden West on Tuesday, Pirates Coach John Altobelli said the scoreboard may have been an understatement. "It felt more like...
  • College Roundup: OCC shuts out Imperial Valley

    MEN'S TENNIS Orange Coast 9, Imperial Valley 0 COSTA MESA — Chris Chiu swept at No. 2 singles, 6-0, 6-0, for the Pirates in the nonconference match Tuesday. Dillon Nguyen won at No. 4 singles, 6-0, 6-1 for OCC (7-7). Timothy Thai and...
  • Jake Arrieta emerging as frontrunner for Orioles' No. 5 starter role

    Jake Arrieta emerging as frontrunner for Orioles' No. 5 starter role
    Orioles right-hander Jake Arrieta made a huge push toward solidifying his case for the team’s fifth starter spot on Thursday night, tossing six shutout innings against the Pittsburgh Pirates -- his third straight scoreless Grapefruit League outing...
  • Pitching dominates as Orioles and Pirates play to 10-inning scoreless tie

    Pitching dominates as Orioles and Pirates play to 10-inning scoreless tie
    SARASOTA, Fla. -- Orioles right-hander Jake Arrieta and Pirates left-hander Jonathan Sanchez dueled into the late innings on Thursday night with neither starter allowing a run. Arrieta – who emerged as the front runner for the team’s open...
  • Six quickly builds HU into MEAC's dominant women's program

    Six quickly builds HU into MEAC's dominant women's program
    HAMPTON — Ariel Phelps was so angry that she barely spoke to her head coach, David Six. Hampton University's women smothered opponents on the way to the first unbeaten regular season in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference in six years. They were...