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  • Kansas players get crash course in Korean culture before World University Games trip

    LAWRENCE, Kan. The class is called Introduction to Korea, which is a lot like it sounds. It is exploratory in nature, a cross-section of the culture, tradition and history of Korea. It was a summer requirement for each Kansas men's basketball player...
  • Turner adjusts to backup role with Bayhawks

    Kip Turner served as the starting goalkeeper for the Chesapeake Bayhawks for three straight seasons. The Severn School product stood tall between the pipes in helping the Annapolis-based organization capture consecutive Major League Lacrosse championships...
  • Mike Green leaves Capitals for Red Wings

    Mike Green leaves Capitals for Red Wings
    Defenseman Mike Green signed a three-year, $18 million contract with the Detroit Red Wings, according to reports, formally closing the door on his tenure with the Washington Capitals. Green, a first-round draft pick of the Capitals in 2004 and a two-...
  • UConn Women's Insider: Grad Assistant Lister Still Has Pro Hopes

    UConn Women's Insider: Grad Assistant Lister Still Has Pro Hopes
    Before Jasmine Lister was offered the chance to be a graduate assistant at UConn last season, she was one of the nation's top point guards at Vanderbilt. She was instinctive, creative and resourceful, one of the most durable players in the Commodores'...
  • Brown goes to Lakers

    Stanford small forward Anthony Brown, a former Ocean View High standout, was selected by the Los Angeles Lakers in the second round of the 2015 NBA Draft on Thursday night at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. Brown, who was the fourth pick of the...
  • Draft experience has been a whirlwind for Justise Winslow

    Draft experience has been a whirlwind for Justise Winslow
    All Justise Winslow could think about was where he was around this time last year. He was still baby-faced and had no facial hair. His parents were dropping him off at college and the NBA was just an afterthought. "This day a year ago, I was going...
  • The Archives: In His Mind, Peter Karmanos Was Always Gone To Carolina (May 7, 1997)

    Former Hartford Whalers and current Carolina Hurricanes owner Peter Karmanos was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday. Not many around Hartford would have thought that possible in 1997 when the Whalers played their final season here. Here's a...
  • Attitudes beginning to evolve on sports gambling

    Each year, $15 million from two gambling-related pots helps pay for Consol Energy Center, the white-roofed megastructure that's home to the Penguins. The complex deal forged between team owners and state and local leaders in 2007 to keep the team in...
  • Epps (Coppin State) wins triple jump at USA Track and Field Championships

    Epps (Coppin State) wins triple jump at USA Track and Field Championships
    Christina Epps (Coppin State) won the triple jump at the USA Track and Field Championships at Oregon's Hayward Field on Friday night by posting a personal-best mark of 46 feet, 2.75 inches. "It actually hasn't sunk in yet," Epps said. "It feels so unreal....
  • Sachs ready to point the way at Salisbury

    Sachs ready to point the way at Salisbury
    Andrew Sachs already has a clear vision of what the Salisbury University men's basketball team needs heading into the 2015-16 season. "What I need right now is a point guard,'' said Sachs, a Pasadena native who was hired a week ago as the Sea Gulls...
  • Carlsen leaves Lewis to become Northern Illinois' head coach

    Carlsen leaves Lewis to become Northern Illinois' head coach
    It was going to take a special opportunity for Lewis women's basketball coach Lisa Carlsen to leave the school on the heels of the best season in program history. A chance to take over at Northern Illinois? That certainly qualifies as "special" as far as...