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  • Fast start, defense lift Hampton U. women over N.C. A&T

    Fast start, defense lift Hampton U. women over N.C. A&T
    HAMPTON — Hampton University's unprecedented streak against Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference teams will come to an end at some point. But as long as the Lady Pirates defend and Malia Tate-DeFreitas remains aggressive, it won't end easily. Tate-...
  • FAU rallies to beat Marshall to snap four-game losing streak

    FAU rallies to beat Marshall to snap four-game losing streak
    Coming out of the locker room after halftime, point guard Marquan Botley felt he needed to do more. He needed to help the Owls become efficient on offense. He needed to push the tempo, needed to give his teammates energy. In the second half against...
  • As South Florida Rises, Coach Says: 'Our Kids Believe'

     As South Florida Rises, Coach Says: 'Our Kids Believe'
    STORRS — There must be times when Jose Fernandez wonders when his time will come, when the close calls and sympathetic texts from friends will give way to the marquee he's worked so hard to illuminate in his 15 seasons at South Florida. "We're not...
  • March could be memorable for state basketball teams

    March could be memorable for state basketball teams
    As the University of Virginia's head basketball coach during the 1990s, Jeff Jones scheduled opponents from across the commonwealth. And not just at home. On the road and at neutral sites, too. Richmond, VCU and William and Mary. Old Dominion, Radford...
  • 'Greedy' Jones wants, expects more from 14-2 ODU

    'Greedy' Jones wants, expects more from 14-2 ODU
    NORFOLK — Sedation fading and breathing tube removed, Bob Jones had one pressing question after his heart surgery last Thursday: Did Old Dominion win? Once a coach, always a coach. In 1973, Jones guided Kentucky Wesleyan to the NCAA Division II...
  • Lafayette College men's basketball team drops heartbreaker to American

    Lafayette College men's basketball team drops heartbreaker to American
    When American University called a timeout to set up its final shot, Lafayette had a good idea of where the Eagles would look for offense. The Leopards still couldn't stop the smallest player on the Kirby Sports Center floor. Lafayette forced Pee Wee...
  • University of California coaches won't get bonuses if teams perform poorly with academics

    The academic performance of student athletes will be a factor in how coaches and athletic directors at University of California campuses are evaluated and compensated under a new policy approved by university President Janet Napolitano and made public...
  • No. 2 U.Va. rolls to 17-0 with 66-51 win at Boston College

    CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. Justin Anderson's shot just wouldn't fall not even dunks. But his teammates ensured that neither would second-ranked Virginia. Malcolm Brogdon went off. Anthony Gill broke out of a slump. London Perrantes made three-pointers after...
  • Terps eye first capacity crowd when Michigan State visits Saturday

    Will Xfinity Center finally mark the spot for nationally-ranked Maryland? After attracting sparse crowds for nonconference games and not selling out for last month’s ACC-Big Ten matchup against longtime rival Virginia, Michigan State’s first...
  • Blast defeats Wave, 5-3, for 11th straight win

    Blast defeats Wave, 5-3, for 11th straight win
    In its closest victory of the season, the Blast defeated the host Milwaukee Wave, 5-3, for its 11th straight Major Arena Soccer League win. Goalkeeper William Vanzela recorded 24 saves, while Adauto Neto had two goals to lead the Blast (11-0). Mike Deasel...
  • Source: SMU's basketball, golf programs being investigated by NCAA

    UNIVERSITY PARK, Texas SMU acknowledged Friday that it has received notice from the NCAA about potential improprieties in the men's basketball and golf programs. SMU President R. Gerald Turner and athletic director Rick Hart declined to comment. The...