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  • Letters: Clayton Kershaw is a winner

    Letters: Clayton Kershaw is a winner
    Memo to The Times: Clayton Kershaw gets it. Dodgers' fans get it. The entire Los Angeles Basin gets it. Yes, the Dodgers were eliminated in the playoffs. So what a shame it is that you essentially spoil what should be uplifting stories about Kershaw...
  • Terps rout Princeton, 5-1, reach 2nd round of NCAAs in field hockey

    Terps rout Princeton, 5-1, reach 2nd round of NCAAs in field hockey
    College field hockey Terps roll, 5-1, reach 2nd round of NCAAs Senior Steffi Schneid scored twice, leading host Maryland to a 5-1 field hockey win over Princeton in the first round of the NCAA tournament. The Terps' other goals were scored by senior...
  • Braves name ex-O's coach Hart president of baseball operations

    Braves name ex-O's coach Hart president of baseball operations
    Baseball Veteran baseball executive John Hart, a former Orioles coach and minor league manager, has reversed course and accepted a three-year deal to become president of baseball operations with the Atlanta Braves, taking over Frank Wren's position...
  • College Update: Borkowski takes home Matador invite doubles title

    College Update: Borkowski takes home Matador invite doubles title
    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Emilia Borkowski (Crescenta Valley High, 2012) Cal State Fullerton tennis sophomore: Along with doubles partner Kalika Slevcove, Borkowski turned in her finest accomplishment yet at...
  • Friday's multi-sport college and local roundup: No. 6 U.Va., No. 19 ODU, CNU earn one-goal field hockey triumphs

    COLLEGES: Field hockey: **Caitlin Walsh scored off Megan Byas' assist for the second half's only goal, giving No. 19 Old Dominion (8-6, 2-1 Big East) a 3-2 home win against No. 16 Temple (10-5, 2-1) Friday. Goals by Nicole Goff and Katy Fuhrman put...
  • Jockey Lauralea Glaser rallies at Laurel to win in her first race

    Jockey Lauralea Glaser rallies at Laurel to win in her first race
    Laurel Park Apprentice jockey Lauralea Glaser, 20, made her riding debut in Wednesday's second race at Laurel Park, rallying from last aboard Breezy Girl to earn her first lifetime win. "It doesn't get better than this," said Glaser, a 20-year-old...
  • Blast adds Forbess, Saunders as season nears

    Blast adds Forbess, Saunders as season nears
    Indoor soccer Blast adds Forbess, Saunders as season nears The Blast signed defender Kaoru Forbess (Maryland), who had six points last season for the Harrisburg Heat of the Premier Arena Soccer League, and goalkeeper Phil Saunders (UMBC, Perry Hall)...
  • James Franklin's rebuild has hit a snag, but Penn State still heading in right direction

    Penn State's 4-0 start this season might have led some to believe that new coach James Franklin was simply putting the finishing touch on a masterful rebuilding job former coach Bill O'Brien started before he left for the Houston Texans after only two...
  • Former Stetson pitchers thrive in majors

    Former Stetson pitchers thrive in majors
    By the time Jacob deGrom arrived at Stetson in 2008, Corey Kluber already had been drafted by the San Diego Padres. They don't know each other, except by reputation, but those who follow Major League Baseball likely are familiar with the former Hatters....
  • Redskins' Griffin improving but likely not ready to play Monday

    Redskins' Griffin improving but likely not ready to play Monday
    McCoy still in line to get the start Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III handled his most extensive workload since dislocating his left ankle in Week 2. Coach Jay Gruden said after practice that Griffin "looked good," but that he was...
  • Wednesday's local and college multi-sport roundup: U.Va. product Wilson strikes out 10 as Tides shut down Charlotte

    Baseball: International League: Tyler Wilson (4-2) struck out a season-high 10 in six shutout innings to lead Norfolk (63-75) past Charlotte 5-1 in a matinee at Harbor Park. The former Midlothian High and U.Va. pitcher gave up just three hits and two...