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  • State roundup: Loyola falls to Colgate, 59-58

    State roundup: Loyola falls to Colgate, 59-58
    Damon Sherman-Newsome scored 16 points, including the winning basket in the final seconds, as host Colgate edged Loyola Maryland, 59-58, on Saturday. Sherman-Newsome's game-winning shot came with 19 seconds to play, putting the Raiders back on top....
  • Bobby Collins says overtime loss vs. South Carolina State shook UMES men

    Bobby Collins says overtime loss vs. South Carolina State shook UMES men
    UMES men's basketball coach Bobby Collins won't know the full impact of Monday night's 73-72 overtime loss against South Carolina State until the team takes the floor at Bethune-Cookman on Saturday. But Collins said he thinks the defeat – only the...
  • State hoops: Coppin State men hand 18th straight loss to Florida A&M, 87-75

    State hoops: Coppin State men hand 18th straight loss to Florida A&M, 87-75
    Christian Kessee scored a career-high 23 points and the Coppin State men's basketball team extended the nation's longest losing streak by beating winless Florida A&M, 87-75, on Monday. The visiting Rattlers lost their 18th straight this season, a school...
  • Monday's local interest college basketball: NSU men win after women rally from 19-point deficit; Virginia men remain No. 2 in AP poll

    MEN: Jeffrey Short hit four 3-pointers and scored 19 points, and RaShid Gaston added 16 to lead Norfolk State past North Carolina A&T 74-60 Monday night at Echols Arena. Norfolk State (12-9, 5-1 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) trailed 34-33 at...
  • Coppin State basketball coach Michael Grant says morale hasn't dipped despite 11-game skid

    Coppin State basketball coach Michael Grant says morale hasn't dipped despite 11-game skid
    Coppin State has gone 46 days since its only victory of the season – a 103-50 pasting of Division II Goldey-Beacom on Dec. 1. But despite an 11-game losing streak and a 0-3 start in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference, coach Michael Grant insisted...
  • Morgan State lacks toughness in 65-58 loss to Bethune-Cookman

    Morgan State lacks toughness in 65-58 loss to Bethune-Cookman
    Morgan State coach Todd Bozeman remembers when his team was called the "Baltimore bullies" by opponents in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference because of its toughness. Now, Bozeman is worried the Bears have lost some of that edge. While Morgan...
  • Mixers lead up to Leesburg Mardi Gras

    The 18th Annual Leesburg Mardi Gras is scheduled for Feb. 6 and 7. One highlight of the Mardi Gras is the crowning of King Rex and Queen Divine during the "Crowning Ball" set for 7 p.m. Feb. 6 in the big top, 205 S. Third St., behind Jewelry Works. The...
  • State hoops: Morgan State women win, giving coach Donald Beasley record mark

    State hoops: Morgan State women win, giving coach Donald Beasley record mark
    When the Morgan State women's basketball team beat Florida A&M, 57-50, on Saturday, the program made school history. Coach Donald Beasley earned his 123rd career coaching victory, making him the program's all-time leader. Braennan Farrar scored all of...
  • Cold shooting, spotty defense cost Hampton U. men in loss to N.C. A&T

    Cold shooting, spotty defense cost Hampton U. men in loss to N.C. A&T
    The frustrated gent in the nice suit pacing around the Hampton University Convocation Center and muttering to himself late Saturday night was Pirates basketball coach Ed Joyner Jr. Joyner poked and prodded, mixed and matched, encouraged and scolded....
  • Depth provides pleasant challenge for HU basketball staff

    HAMPTON — Hampton University's Convocation Center has been as much laboratory as gym for the past couple of weeks, as professor Ed Joyner Jr. and his merry band of scientists worked with all of the ingredients in their chemistry set. There were...
  • Unbeaten Princeton turns back Hampton U. women 75-63

    HAMPTON — If Hampton University's women don't win the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference a sixth consecutive year, it won't be for lack of preparation or scheduling. The Lady Pirates played teams from the Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12, Southeastern...