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  • UConn Community Came Together As One When Jasper Howard Died

    UConn Community Came Together As One When Jasper Howard Died
    The biggest moment in UConn football history might have been when the Huskies ran onto the field for the 2011 Fiesta Bowl against Oklahoma. A moment within the moment was pretty big, too. Senior wide receiver Kashif Moore, now with the Pittsburgh...
  • Gateway sophomore Henry Miller picks up first offer from Temple

    Gateway sophomore Henry Miller picks up first offer from Temple
    Henry Miller didn't even know what to say when his coach informed him he had just landed his first college scholarship offer from Temple. The 6-foot-4, 195-pound Kissimmee Gateway quarterback/defensive back just finished his sophomore season and he...
  • Wednesday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Peninsula products help Longwood overcome W&M in baseball

    Colleges: Baseball: Two home runs by Grafton High graduate Kyri Washington and one by former Warwick standout Brandon Delk helped Longwood beat William and Mary 9-7 Wednesday at Plumeri Park. Washington had three RBI, Jamestown High graduate Scott...
  • Where does Penn State's recruiting class rank?

     
    Photo courtesy Penn State Penn State's recruiting class became final when it received a commitment from Torrence Brown, a 6-4, 240-pound defensive lineman from Alabama. That gave Penn State 20 players who signed Letters of Intent on Wednesday. They...
  • Franklin casts wide recruiting net at Penn State

     
    James Franklin promised to "dominate the state" upon being hired as Penn State's head coach, though that's likely to come later. For now, his strategy has centered primarily on maintaining recruits from Bill O'Brien's class and revisiting players he...
  • Muhlenberg student onstage at Oscars as a "Team Oscar" winner

     
    Although Parkland grad Chris Renaud's "Despicable Me 2" lost to "Frozen" another local face won at the Oscars when Muhlenberg's Bryson Kemp was one of six college college presented the Student Academy Award by actor Channing Tatum. Student filmmaker Kemp,...
  • Saturday's local and college roundup: Admirals sweep AHL leaders; No. 1 U.Va., Tribe among baseball victors

    Pro hockey: The Norfolk Admirals beat Manchester 4-1 Saturday night before 5,584 at Scope Arena to finish a two-game sweep of the American Hockey League-leading Monarchs. The Admirals pulled into a tie for first place in the East Division with the...
  • UConn Guts Out A Schedule That Will Only Get More Grueling

     UConn Guts Out A Schedule That Will Only Get More Grueling
    HARTFORD — Kevin Ollie is demanding. He's an early riser, passionate about his physical fitness, nearly every minute of his day scheduled. Ollie expects the same of his players; when they don't perform well, he'll say it emphatically, and he...
  • Geno, UConn Women Say It's Time To Relax And Take It All In

    Geno, UConn Women Say It's Time To Relax And Take It All In
    LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Despite larger goals still to conquer, UConn did not just shrug Monday after wrapping up the first American Athletic Conference regular season championship. "We said to ourselves, let's just enjoy this moment," Bria Hartley said....
  • Special Night At Gampel For Napier, Giffey, Olander, Kromah

    Special Night At Gampel For Napier, Giffey, Olander, Kromah
    STORRS — Jim Calhoun remembers meeting Niels Giffey at Gampel Pavilion in the spring of 2012, disquieting days for the UConn basketball program. Players were leaving for the NBA, which was one thing. Others were transferring. "I remember Niels...
  • Moravian's Spirk, others had more grand plans than coaching

    Mary Beth Spirk hit the streets of Washington, D.C., in 1981 after graduating from Dickinson Law School. She wanted to be a defense attorney, but couldn't get a job. So Spirk returned to the Lehigh Valley to work at what is now KidsPeace, an...