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  • College Roundup: OCC golfers victorious

    MEN'S GOLF Tee Off Classic CHINO HILLS — Sophomore Kyle Melchiorre shot three-under-par 143 to earn medalist honors and lead Orange Coast College to the team title in the two-day event completed Wednesday at Los Serrano Golf Course. Melchiorre...
  • 'Stolen Seas': No 'yo ho' for these pirates ★★ 1/2

    'Stolen Seas': No 'yo ho' for these pirates ★★ 1/2
    It was just business, one slice from a multibillion dollar piracy industry. In 2008, Somali pirates hijacked a Danish cargo ship in the Gulf of Aden and demanded a ransom of $7 million for the return of the ship and its crew. The ship's owner countered...
  • Thursday's college roundup (basketball, football, wrestling): Freshman Powers propels HU to fourth consecutive victory

    About a month ago, Hampton University briefly had the worst rating in the country among the 347 NCAA Division I men's basketball teams. But how things have changed. Thursday night, the Pirates (9-13, 6-3 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) earned their...
  • Men's Volleyball: Pirates edged by Vikings

    COSTA MESA — The shorthanded Orange Coast College men's volleyball team pushed defending state champion Long Beach City College to the limit on Friday night before the Vikings found the upper hand down the stretch for a five-set win inside OCC's...
  • Community College Baseball: Pirates drop home opener

    Community College Baseball: Pirates drop home opener
    COSTA MESA — Just six games into the 2013 season, one performance or one game can still greatly alter the statistics of an entire roster. But the Orange Coast College baseball team will hope that an atypical outing in Saturday's 12-8 nonconference...
  • Monday's local men's basketball roundup: Dunning's 3-pointer saves HU in double overtime

    The Hampton University men's fifth victory in a row couldn't have come in much more dramatic fashion. Senior guard Wesley Dunning sank a 3-pointer with 11 seconds left in the second overtime Monday night to give the Pirates an 85-84 victory over Delaware...
  • Maxwell's emergence fuels Hampton win streak

    HAMPTON — Coaches are optimists and find silver linings, by nature, and Hampton University's Ed Joyner Jr., is no different. Joyner took it as a sign of progress that leading scorer Deron Powers bageled from the field last Monday against...
  • Allen's perimeter production aids HU women during win streak

    Allen's perimeter production aids HU women during win streak
    HAMPTON — Olivia Allen admits that she wondered if she'd made a terrible mistake. After transferring to Hampton University for her final two years, she was frustrated and lost as she attempted to learn the system among veteran teammates. But Allen...
  • U.S. 'overreaching' in piracy case against Somali, judge says

    WASHINGTON — When is a pirate not a pirate? A federal court may provide an answer in a trial that opened in Washington this week of a Somali official who helped win release of a hijacked Danish cargo ship and crew for $1.7 million ransom, but...
  • Thoughts and observations on Silver Slugger Awards, Jeff Manto and expanded instant replay

    Thoughts and observations on Silver Slugger Awards, Jeff Manto and expanded instant replay
    The annual Silver Slugger Awards will be announced at 6 p.m. tonight on MLB Network, and the Orioles should be well represented. The awards are decided by a vote of major league managers and coaches, and lean heavily toward run-production numbers....
  • Hampton U.'s Washington runs with position switch

    Hampton U.'s Washington runs with position switch
    HAMPTON — Stunned and disappointed to be trailing at halftime last Saturday at Morgan State, one of Hampton University's smallest players spoke up and vowed that it wouldn't continue. Jorrian Washington then made good on his promise. Washington...