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  • Orioles face Pirates for final time this spring today

    Orioles face Pirates for final time this spring today
    The Orioles make their third and final spring trip to Bradenton today to face the Pirates in a 1:05 p.m. start. Left-hander Brian Matusz will start for the Orioles. Pirates pitcher Jeff Karstens, scheduled to make his first spring start, has been...
  • Orioles go up 8-0 vs. Pirates, hang on for 12-10 win

    Orioles go up 8-0 vs. Pirates, hang on for 12-10 win
    The Orioles scored eight runs in the first inning Sunday, but still had to squeak out a victory in the late innings of a sloppy, rainy contest. Paced by a Chris Dickerson grand slam against Pittsburgh starter Chris Leroux, the Orioles took an 8-0 lead...
  • Duke turns back HU challenge in NCAA women's opener 67-51

    DURHAM, N.C. — They walked off the court at Cameron Indoor Stadium dejected and frustrated, and not just because their season was over. Battling history and trends, as well as a talented Duke team that's among the nation's best, Hampton University's...
  • College Roundup: McClanahan's single leads UCI to win in 10th inning

    BASEBALL UC Irvine 5, Cal State Bakersfield 4 (10 innings) BAKERSFIELD — Sophomore Jerry McClanahan's two-out single plated Connor Spencer with the winning run in the 10th inning to lead the visiting Anteaters in the nonconference game Tuesday....
  • Men's Volleyball: Pirates bullied by GWC

    HUNTINGTON BEACH — Bullying has become a cause celebre, with stereotypical notions of intimidating actions and strong-arm tactics catching fire from society at large. But the sanctity of using physical and mental toughness as a means of showing...
  • Howard beats Hampton as Pirates' running QB makes debut

    The Hampton University football team faced MEAC rival Howard on Saturday afternoon without injured redshirt senior Jeremiah Schwartz, one of the top running backs in the league. But the Pirates may have found a quarterback for the future in true freshman...
  • Orioles announce changes to player development department

    Orioles announce changes to player development department
    Orioles executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette has added another longtime confidant to join the organization's front office On Friday afternoon, the Orioles announced the hiring of Kent Qualls to become the organization’s...
  • Hampton women dominate Norfolk State 76-41

    NORFOLK — Alyssa Bennett's defense has never been an issue, not with her height, wingspan and athletic ability. But for Hampton University's women to reach their goals, she needs to exhibit the aggessiveness on offense that she displayed Saturday....
  • Hampton men falter in second half, lose to Norfolk State 74-67

    NORFOLK — As presently constructed, Hampton University cannot rely on simply outscoring opponents. The Pirates must defend, rebound and take care of the ball. On Saturday, they managed just one of three at a critical juncture against their chief...
  • College Roundup: UCI sweeps UCSB

    MEN'S VOLLEYBALL UC Irvine def. UC Santa Barbara SANTA BARBARA — All-American outside hitter Kevin Tillie had 18 kills while hitting .485 (18-3-33) and collecting eight digs to lead the Anteaters to their fourth straight win Wednesday. No. 2-...
  • Community College Baseball: OCC virtually starting from scratch

    Budget cuts have pared Orange Coast College baseball coach John Altobelli's staff to the point that he is sometimes the only non-player in uniform at a Pirates' practice. But if he is looking for familiar companionship in his 21st season at the OCC...