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  • Diana Taurasi and Mercury sweep to WNBA title over Sky

    Diana Taurasi and Mercury sweep to WNBA title over Sky
    Now we know how much Brittney Griner means to the Mercury. And that Diana Taurasi means even more. With Griner, the Mercury beat the Sky in the first two games of the WNBA Finals by 21 and 29 points. Without their 6-foot-8 monster in the middle, the...
  • Sports integral to family with Bishop Moore ties

    Sports integral to family with Bishop Moore ties
    Mark these dates on your sports calendar: Oct. 15 in Columbia, S.C., then Nov. 26 in Gainesville. The Monserez family surely will. That's when sisters Allie and Maddy Monserez renew a friendly rivalry between two of the better volleyball players in...
  • Muhlenberg-Johns Hopkins meeting highlights Lehigh Valley small college football slate

    Muhlenberg-Johns Hopkins meeting highlights Lehigh Valley small college football slate
    Each of the greater Lehigh Valley's Division II and III college football teams are home this weekend. Perhaps the premier game Saturday will be in Allentown, where undefeated Johns Hopkins faces unbeaten Muhlenberg. •The two pre-eminent...
  • Luke DeCock: Coach K always the center of attention, at Duke or with Team USA

    DURHAM, N.C. When it comes to college basketball, this area can occasionally run short on long-term memory, so it might seem like eons ago, but it was only five years ago that Mike Krzyzewski's involvement with Team USA was generally perceived as bad...
  • Heat must find alternative fuel source

       Part of the rhythm of the NBA is the continuum is that you get to pick up where you left off, especially the elite.    While the offseasons tend to be brief, there is ample time to reflect, reassess, rededicate.    Eventually, the Detroit Pistons...
  • 'What's done is done,' Len Elmore says of Maryland and Big Ten

    'What's done is done,' Len Elmore says of Maryland and Big Ten
    When the news broke nearly two years ago that Maryland was likely headed for the Big Ten, former Terps basketball star Len Elmore was among the first to raise concerns. Elmore, an ESPN college basketball analyst and attorney, openly wondered whether the...
  • Lehigh to play Villanova in men's basketball at PPL Center

    Lehigh to play Villanova in men's basketball at PPL Center
    Lehigh will face Villanova in a men's college basketball game on Friday, Nov. 14, at Allentown's new PPL Center, the schools announced today. The game will tip off at 8 p.m. and be televised on Fox Sports 2. It's will be the first college basketball...
  • Boys' basketball: College coaches are making gym visits this week

    College basketball coaches are showing up at gyms this week starting to evaluate prep players. At St. John Bosco, recruiters from UCLA and Arizona were in the bleachers looking at junior forward Vance Jackson. San Diego State is set for Wednesday....
  • Ex-Terp, defensive standout Zink retires from MLL

    Ex-Terp, defensive standout Zink retires from MLL
    Major League Lacrosse Ex-Terp, defensive standout Zink retires Denver Outlaws defenseman Lee Zink, an 11-year Major League Lacrosse veteran and the MLL Defensive Player of the Year in 2012 and 2013, informed the club that he intends to retire. Zink...
  • Gary Williams to take on fundraising role for University of Maryland

    Gary Williams to take on fundraising role for University of Maryland
    Maryland announced Wednesday that former men's basketball coach and Hall of Famer Gary Williams will oversee fundraising projects geared toward improving and building athletic facilities at the university. Williams, 69, has served as an assistant to...
  • State Colleges: Riker Has Camels Off To A Fast Start

    State Colleges: Riker Has Camels Off To A Fast Start
    Coach Norm Riker was hired before the 2011 season to push the Conn College women's soccer team to the top of the NESCAC and to make the Camels an annual player on the national scene. He understood the project would take time. The Camels won four games...