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  • UConn Must Look Ahead, Not Back, After Win Over BC

    UConn Must Look Ahead, Not Back, After Win Over BC
    Late Wednesday and early Thursday, UConn hockey coach Mike Cavanaugh spent time going through the fun and funny text messages, voice mails and emails that tend to arrive in the wake of something like Wednesday's 1-0 victory over No. 3 Boston College at...
  • UConn Hockey Team Recharges After Hectic First Month

    UConn Hockey Team Recharges After Hectic First Month
    STORRS — UConn hockey coach Mike Cavanaugh felt especially tired Sunday morning on his drive to campus. "And I started thinking back," he said. "No wonder why ..." A week ago, UConn lost the Liberty Invitational championship game to Yale in...
  • Tommy Amaker realizes dream of making Harvard basketball relevant

    Tommy Amaker is more dreamer than pragmatist. Always has been. He believed that Mike Krzyzewski, with little more than Chicago toughness, a West Point education and Bob Knight's endorsement, could coach Duke basketball back to national prominence....
  • USC coach, players don't cite roster depth in 6-3 record but others do

    USC coach, players don't cite roster depth in 6-3 record but others do
    Steve Sarkisian made it clear from the start of his tenure as USC's coach: Roster depth would not be used as an excuse. NCAA sanctions that were in effect the previous three seasons included the reduction of 30 scholarships and a roster cap of 75...
  • Central Women's Soccer Team Headed To NCAA Tournament

    Central Women's Soccer Team Headed To NCAA Tournament
    The Central Connecticut women's soccer team won the Northeast Conference championship and is headed to the NCAA Tournament. It's been awhile, since 2008, but this situation is nothing new for coach Mick D'Arcy, who has won six conference championships...
  • East Catholic High School welcomes families to open house

    East Catholic High School opened its doors to eighth-graders and their families on Nov. 6. Tours of the school were led by students who shared their experiences with the large crowds. There were about 125 students that volunteered to help. Though,...
  • Q&A: Penn State Athletic Director Sandy Barbour

    Q&A: Penn State Athletic Director Sandy Barbour
    Sandy Barbour joined Penn State as director of athletics last July after spending a decade at the University of California. She stepped into a major role overseeing 31 varsity sports teams, headlined by the football program. During her short tenure,...
  • Thursday's local interest college basketball roundup: Betz-White propels ODU women to triumph at Rice; U.Va., JMU, VCU women also win

    Thanks in large part to Ashley Betz-White, Old Dominion's women overcame a 14-point deficit to defeat Rice 62-55 Thursday night in Houston. Betz-White scored 10 consecutive points in a second-half run that gave ODU (9-6, 2-2 Conference USA) a 40-36 edge,...
  • Recent 'Swarm' Of Earthquakes Not Entirely Uncommon In New England

    Recent 'Swarm' Of Earthquakes Not Entirely Uncommon In New England
    PLAINFIELD — For residents of Connecticut, earthquakes are generally not a high priority concern. They fall into the category of "Things That Happen Elsewhere," along with tornadoes and tsunamis. But a series of small-magnitude earthquakes that...
  • Tom O'Brien retiring to beach after distinguished 40-year coaching career

     Tom O'Brien retiring to beach after distinguished 40-year coaching career
    CHARLOTTESVILLE — Marine Capt. Tom O'Brien had two options in 1979: remain in the service and ship out to Okinawa, or become a full-time assistant football coach at the United States Naval Academy, his alma mater. "Took me about five seconds to...
  • Unwanted Florida State and baggage arrive on Pasadena's doorstep

    Unwanted Florida State and baggage arrive on Pasadena's doorstep
    They are swooping down upon Pasadena this week like Santa Ana winds in October. They irritate. They agitate. They make blood boil. They make skin crawl. Face it, they just arrived and we can't wait for them to leave. But, like it or not, the Florida...