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  • College notebook: 3 locals earn all-CCIW honors at Augustana

    Three area athletes who helped the Augustana men's lacrosse team to an outstanding season made the all-College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin team. Junior attacker Kevin Gleason, a Loyola graduate, and junior goalkeeper Jack Peters, from Maine...
  • FAU's Ricky Santiago overcomes heart surgery to lead surging Owls

    FAU's Ricky Santiago overcomes heart surgery to lead surging Owls
    Most of the time, Ricky Santiago does not think about his heart when he plays baseball. He tries his best not to focus on the past — the struggles he once had breathing, the agonizing days in the hospital, the anxiousness he felt June 2, 2014....
  • College roundup: DeWeirdt earns rowing honors at William Smith

     College roundup: DeWeirdt earns rowing honors at William Smith
    New Trier graduate Caroline DeWeirdt pulled in two awards for her performance on the William Smith College rowing team. The athletic department at the Geneva, New York, college honored its student-athletes at the Heron Awards Banquet on April 22....
  • Seniors Help UConn Sweep Cincinnati In Final Home Series

    STORRS — The team breakfast was quiet Sunday morning, then Jordan Tabakman went back to his apartment to gather his thoughts. On to J.O. Christian Field — for the last time — he warmed up too early and had to wait to take the mound...
  • Rice sweeps FAU, ending Owls' chances at C-USA title

    Rice sweeps FAU, ending Owls' chances at C-USA title
    The FAU Owls entered Sunday’s series finale against Rice in an unfamiliar position. For the first time all season, the Owls were trying to avoid a three-game sweep. After Saturday’s game, coach John McCormack gave his Owls a lengthy and...
  • Lehigh and Moravian titles make it a big Saturday for local softball

    Lehigh and Moravian titles make it a big Saturday for local softball
    Fran Troyan and John Byrne have both carved out legendary coaching careers in the city of Bethlehem and both added to their respective legacies on Saturday. Lehigh won the Patriot League title and punched its ticket to the NCAA Division I tournament...
  • Friday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Inghram ties W&M's victories record in pitching Tribe to key win

    COLLEGES: Baseball: Senior Jason Inghram tied William and Mary’s all-time win record for pitchers, getting his 25th with a complete game as the Tribe beat Northeastern 3-1 Friday at Plumeri Park. The Tribe (20-25, 10-12) took a large step...
  • Local Roundup: Detroit to host Horizon League men's basketball tournament

    The Horizon League on Thursday announced that Detroit will host the men's basketball tournament for the next five seasons beginning in 2016. Joe Louis Arena will be the venue for the first two seasons, with the next three tournaments taking place at the...
  • Gould leads William and Mary's baseball team into final CAA homestand

    Gould leads William and Mary's baseball team into final CAA homestand
    WILLIAMSBURG — Charley Gould could always hit. That was a given. His coaches and teammates expected a productive season. So did he. But flirting with .400? Leading the Colonial Athletic Association in multiple categories? Reaching base in every...
  • Wednesday's multi-sport local and college roundup: Former VCU star Graham gains invitation to NBA combine

    BASKETBALL: Former VCU star Treveon Graham, the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament’s MVP in April, was invited to next week’s NBA draft combine in Chicago. COLLEGES: Women’s tennis: By climbing to eighth in the Atlantic South...
  • Warren grad Kristiyan Trukov earns tennis award at Marquette

    Warren grad Kristiyan Trukov earns tennis award at Marquette
    Warren boys tennis coach Greg Cohen had reason to smile. Marquette just completed its 2014-2015 season and Warren graduate and Golden Eagle sophomore Kristiyan Trukov was named the team's co-MVP. The sophomore won 15 singles match and his 23 total...