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  • Colleges: UCI improvises with field use

    The UC Irvine men's and women's soccer teams are a combined 3-0 at Anteater Stadium this season, but Anteaters administrators decided this week to cut their losses on the grass field that had been ravaged by a mysterious fungus. The diseased turf, which...
  • Redskins safety Meriweather's suspension for illegal hit against Ravens over

    Washington Redskins strong safety Brandon Meriweather called it "a blessing" Monday to report for duty at Redskins Park after his two-game suspension for an illegal hit against the Ravens in the preseason. "It means the world, coming back — seeing...
  • Tuesday's multi-sport college and local roundup: ODU's Vaughan gains national honor as punt returner

    Colleges: Football: Old Dominion senior Antonio Vaughan was named the College Football Performance Awards National Punt Returner of the Week. A native of Ahoskie, N.C., Vaughan returned two punts for 70 yards in ODU’s 17-3 win over Eastern...
  • Jarvis Miller To Go From Pequot Uncas To Big Ten

    Jarvis Miller To Go From Pequot Uncas To Big Ten
    WINDSOR LOCKS - Saddled with a 19-6 halftime deficit last year, the co-op football team of Windsor Locks/Suffield/East Granby trudged up from its home field to outside the Windsor Locks High School gymnasium. Before coach Jason Qua could deliver his...
  • Trinity Field Hockey Starts Season On Solid Footing

    With a 9-0 home victory over UMass-Dartmouth and a 6-0 road victory over Hamilton, the Trinity field hockey team is off to a perfect start in a season of high hopes. "I'm just thrilled that we have scored 15 goals already after scoring 21 all of last...
  • Regional Digest: Cheshire Wins Football Opener

    Cheshire Wins Opener Andrew Yamin rushed for 227 yards and two touchdowns to lead host Cheshire over Ridgefield 41-14 in the season opener Wednesday. Yamin scored on a 25-yard touchdown run in the second quarter and a 3-yard run in the third. Cheshire...
  • Illini guard Abrams out for season with knee injury

    Illini guard Abrams out for season with knee injury
    These were not the best two days for Illinois. A day after prized recruit Jalen Brunson opted for Villanova over Illinois, the team announced Thursday that senior point guard Tracy Abrams will miss the upcoming season. Abrams tore his right anterior...
  • Big Ten eyes new Midwest locales for 2018 basketball tournament

    The off-and-on courtship between the Big Ten and Madison Square Garden is back on, as the league ponders where to hold its 2018 men’s basketball tournament. "We were talking, then we weren’t talking,” Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany...
  • Warrant: UConn Bomb Threat An Attempt to Gain Notoriety Amid University's Basketball Success

    The Wethersfield man charged in connection with the bomb threat called into UConn in April told investigators he believed the school was targeted in an attempt to gain notoriety amid the university's success in the men's and women's NCAA basketball...
  • Justin Ward added to Georgetown lacrosse staff

    Justin Ward added to Georgetown lacrosse staff
    Et cetera Justin Ward added to Georgetown lacrosse staff Georgetown announced the addition of Justin Ward to the coaching staff. Ward, an Old Mill graduate, was a two-time USILA All-America selection at Loyola Maryland.  At Georgetown, Ward will...
  • UCLA basketball player Jonah Bolden ruled academically ineligible

    Jonah Bolden, a highly regarded freshman on the UCLA men's basketball team, has been ruled academically ineligible by the NCAA, the school announced Friday. Bolden, a 6-foot-9 forward, is Australian but played last season at Findlay Prep in Nevada....