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University of North Carolina at Wilmington

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  • Down the Line (Sonny Dearth's blog): W&M, ODU ready for CAA tennis quarterfinals in Norfolk (updated with Thursday's scores)

    One of my favorite annual events, the Colonial Athletic Association tennis tournament, is under way through Sunday at Old Dominion's Folkes-Stevens Tennis Center -- hopefully outdoors, but indoors if necessary. It feels puzzling to see the lower-than-...
  • HCC to Hold Transfer Fair on March 12

    Harford Community College will host transfer representatives from area colleges and universities on Monday, March 12, in the Student Center. Representatives from the institutions will meet with prospective transfer students in HCC's Student Center from 10...
  • National Book Award finalists announced - with an extra title

    National Book Award finalists announced - with an extra title
    A deceased biographer and a first-time bestselling novelist are among the finalists for the 2011 National Book Awards. Five finalists in four categories – fiction, nonfiction, poetry and young people's literature – were announced Wednesday...
  • Terps basketball preview: Expectations low for Turgeon's first season

    Terps basketball preview: Expectations low for Turgeon's first season
    It was still just the preseason, but this is what it had come to for Maryland's undersized, inexperienced, depth-challenged, work-in-progress men's basketball team: • At a recent scrimmage, the point guard leaned on crutches, the center of the...
  • Turgeon eager for the challenge of building on Gary Williams' legacy

    Turgeon eager for the challenge of building on Gary Williams' legacy
    Know this about Mark Turgeon: He has no reservations, absolutely none, about replacing Gary Williams, the man who resurrected Maryland basketball. If Turgeon was the type to be cowed by a challenge, he would never have tried to play point guard for...
  • BCCC reloads with former city basketball stars

    BCCC reloads with former city basketball stars
    Terry Maczko’s strategy for turning Baltimore City Community Collegeinto a JUCO power was simple: load up on this city’s top high school talent. After guiding the Panthers (25-12) to the Region XX tournament championship and a sixth-place...
  • Sweet 16: Omar Strong, Texas Southern

    Sweet 16: Omar Strong, Texas Southern
    An extra year at junior college and a torn ACL seven months before his Texas Southern debut were just two of the many obstacles standing between Omar Strong and Division I basketball. The challenges that Strong faced before college didn’t end...
  • ACC All Access: Montrezl Harrell has been released from his scholarship, according to Virginia Tech assoc. AD Tom Gabbard

    Nearly a week after he initially asked for a release from his scholarship to Virginia Tech, Montrezl Harrell has had his wish granted. Harrell was released Wednesday from his scholarship, according to Tech associate athletic director for internal affairs...
  • William and Mary committed to evolving CAA

    Despite a turbulent week that created an uncertain future, William and Mary remains committed to the Colonial Athletic Association, and athletic director Terry Driscoll believes that the league will survive. Driscoll acknowledged that the CAA absorbed...
  • Tuesday's college roundup: Apprentice finishes fourth in golf nationals

    Apprentice School took fourth place among 19 teams in the U.S. Collegiate Athletic Association men's golf nationals at Penn State, and two Builders earned first-team All-American honors: second-place Ben Hunter and fourth-place Kyle Mutter. Apprentice...
  • CAA in transition as basketball season approaches

    A couple dozen Colonial Athletic Association officials and coaches had dinner Monday night in suburban Washington, D.C., in advance of Tuesday's annual basketball media gathering. After the meal, in jest, they presented Old Dominion coach Blaine Taylor...