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  • UM extends WBB coach Katie Meier, who donates 75K to women's sports at school

    UM extends WBB coach Katie Meier, who donates 75K to women's sports at school
    Under coach Katie Meier, the women's basketball program at Miami has flourished. The Hurricanes have made five straight postseason appearances and collected 163 wins during her 10-year tenure at Miami.  Monday, the school announced it had agreed to...
  • Mort Kunstler, premier historical artist, exhibits 50 works in Allentown

    To fans, he is known as "the premier historical artist in America." But even if you don't recognize his name, you have probably seen and appreciated his colorful, highly detailed and historically accurate works of art. From the Revolutionary War to...
  • Promising starts for W&M, Old Dominion, Hampton in men's basketball practice

    Promising starts for W&M, Old Dominion, Hampton in men's basketball practice
    Hampton University is older, Old Dominion is deeper, and William and Mary is younger and longer. Those are early takeaways as college basketball practice began in earnest locally during the past week. The difference is most obvious at ODU, where Coach...
  • Caldwell Jones dies at 64; helped 76ers reach NBA Finals three times

    Caldwell Jones dies at 64; helped 76ers reach NBA Finals three times
    Caldwell Jones, 64, a rail-thin center/power forward who helped the Philadelphia 76ers reach the NBA Finals three times, died Sunday of a heart attack in Decatur, Ga. The 76ers announced his death. One of four brothers to play professional basketball,...
  • McArthur boys hoops standout Jean chooses Louisiana Tech

    McArthur boys hoops standout Jean chooses Louisiana Tech
    McArthur boys basketball standout Derric Jean has verbally committed to sign with Louisiana Tech. Jean, a 6-foot-2 senior combo guard, announced his commitment on Twitter on the final day of his official visit to the Bulldogs. The early signing period...
  • Wilson's 69 tops L.V. Amateur qualifying at Green Pond

    Wilson's 69 tops L.V. Amateur qualifying at Green Pond
    John Kulhamer, the head pro at Green Pond Country Club, congratulated Jason Wilson on his double bogey at the 18th hole, which seemed sarcastic at first. But Wilson knew what he meant. The 40-year-old Wilson, one of the area's top amateur golfers this...
  • John Toner, AD Who Brought Big East, Calhoun, Geno To UConn, Dead At 91

    John Toner, AD Who Brought Big East, Calhoun, Geno To UConn, Dead At 91
    In any listing of important figures in Connecticut sports history, John Toner should hold a high place. Three decisions that elevated UConn from a competitive New England school to a national powerhouse were all Toner's, made during his time as athletic...
  • College Update: Shurie setting Clarkson volleyball to success

    College Update: Shurie setting Clarkson volleyball to success
    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Kirstie Shurie (La Cañada High, 2012) Clarkson University volleyball junior: Shurie is racking up the accolades and Clarkson is racking up the wins. A setter and libero, Shurie was...
  • Game slowing down for Northwestern's Chris Collins

     Game slowing down for Northwestern's Chris Collins
    Chris Collins intends to do a better job of pacing his players — and himself — during his second year as Northwestern's basketball coach. "I am a much better coach today than I was a year ago," Collins said. "There are a lot of things in...
  • Bill Detrick: The Coach's Coach Had Time For Everyone

    Bill Detrick: The Coach's Coach Had Time For Everyone
    NEW BRITAIN — The first time I met Bill Detrick, he talked about the last time he coached a college basketball game. It was in 1990, for Coast Guard, not Central Connecticut. The Bears finished 11-12 in Detrick's one season in New London, lost...
  • Drew Davison's motorsports notebook

    Maybe NASCAR got it right. The new Chase format is going about as well as the top racing circuit could have hoped. Some, including yours truly, weren't on board early. Was a knockout-type playoff the best way to determine the season's best driver? It...