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  • Dixon's 3-pointer lifts W&M past Hofstra in double OT 92-91

    Dixon's 3-pointer lifts W&M past Hofstra in double OT 92-91
    BALTIMORE — Tony Shaver excused himself for a moment, guzzling water and gathering his thoughts. "Can't breathe here," William and Mary's head coach said behind a half-smile. "One second." Who could blame him? He was just minutes removed from...
  • W&M's Dixon remained confident, composed enough to hit game winner

    W&M's Dixon remained confident, composed enough to hit game winner
    Marcus Thornton got the assist on Daniel Dixon’s game-winning shot in William and Mary’s wild 92-91 double overtime thrilla over Hofstra in Baltimore. Dixon’s mom, Terri, and brother, Darwin, may deserve partial credit, as well....
  • Tuesday's 3/10 local schedule (updated Monday AM)

    COLLEGES Men’s basketball Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference first round (at Norfolk Scope Arena): No. 9 Coppin State vs. No. 8 Bethune-Cookman, 6 No. 10 N.C. A&T vs. No. 7 S.C. State, 8 Women’s basketball MEAC first round (at Norfolk...
  • Monday's 3/9 local schedule (updated Monday AM)

    COLLEGES Men’s basketball Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference first round (at Norfolk Scope Arena): No. 12 Savannah State vs. No. 5 Delaware State, 6:30 No. 11 Morgan State vs. No. 6 Hampton, 9 CAA final (in Baltimore): No. 3 Northeastern...
  • Sports TV and radio: Monday's 3/9 log (updated Monday AM)

    9 a.m.    Exhibition baseball: Kansas City vs. L.A. Angels (d.).--MLB Net. 1 p.m.    Exhibition baseball: Atlanta vs. Washington.--MASN, MLB Net. 1:30 p.m.    Soccer: Women’s Algarve Cup: Brazil vs. Germany (in Portugal).--FS1 3:30 p.m.  ...
  • Sunday's local multi-sport roundup (minus college basketball): Six ODU wrestlers headed to NCAA Championships

    Wrestling: Old Dominion sophomore Jack Dechow placed first at 184 pounds at the Mid-American Conference championships in Columbia, Mo. In the championship match, Dechow scored a takedown with three seconds left to win a 6-4 decision over Missouri&...
  • William & Mary advances to CAA final after beating Hofstra, 92-91, in double overtime

    William & Mary advances to CAA final after beating Hofstra, 92-91, in double overtime
    Marcus Thornton’s record-setting 37-point performance was anything but a decoy, but after he and William & Mary teammate Omar Prewitt dominated for nearly 50 minutes, Thornton’s countless drives and pull-up jumpers set up the perfect look...
  • Women's Conference Tournament Glances

    Maine 78, Binghamton 71 Hartford 58, New Hampshire 42 Albany 63, Vermont 33 UMBC 49, Stony Brook 47 Maine vs. Hartford, 2 p.m. Albany vs. UMBC, 4:30 p.m. Semifinal winners, 4:30 p.m. Cincinnati 76, UCF 66 Memphis 71, SMU 58 Tulane 64,...
  • William and Mary advances to CAA semifinals with 72-59 win vs. Elon

    William and Mary advances to CAA semifinals with 72-59 win vs. Elon
    BALTIMORE — William and Mary pulled and tugged a bit, but wore the No. 1 seed suit for the first time comfortably. The Tribe’s offensive balance and defensive engagement carried the day in a 72-59 win against Elon Saturday in the first...
  • Sunday's 3/8 local schedule (updated Sunday AM with matchups and high school additions)

    COLLEGES Men’s basketball CAA semifinals (at Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore): No. 5 Hofstra vs. No. 1 William and Mary, 2:30 No. 3 Northeastern vs. No. 2 UNC Wilmington, 5 Wrestling Mid-American Conference tournament (in Columbia, Mo.;...
  • Saturday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Old Dominion wrestlers second in MAC tournament entering finals

    COLLEGES: Wrestling: Old Dominion stood second among eight teams after one day of the Mid-American Conference championships and put four wrestlers into the finals. The Monarchs had 76.5 points, while host Missouri was well in front with 122. ODU's...