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  • 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...
  • With Jalen Brunson gone, it might be Ryuji Aoki's time at Stevenson

    With Jalen Brunson gone, it might be Ryuji Aoki's time at Stevenson
    A dozen underclassmen either were named to the News-Sun Boys Basketball All-Area Team last March or given special mention. Next March, the player most likely to be named to the all-area team who was NOT mentioned for the 2014-2015 season is Stevenson...
  • UConn Men's Insider: Shonn Miller Brings Ability, Adaptability

    UConn Men's Insider: Shonn Miller Brings Ability, Adaptability
    STORRS — With a style that thrives with "position-less" players, it's easy to see why Shonn Miller appealed to UConn. Ability ... and adaptability. "I think I can bring a lot of different things," Miller said during a recent interview at the Werth...
  • Peninsula Sports Club showcases the best in area youth

    Robert Banks hasn't resided in Hampton Roads for more than 30 years, but on each flight home he secures a window seat, the better to see the region's unique vistas, the better to reflect on all he learned here. An all-state football player for Hampton...
  • U.Va.'s Morgan Brian named ACC's top female athlete for 2014-15

    U.Va.'s Morgan Brian named ACC's top female athlete for 2014-15
    Hours before starting for the United States in a Women’s World Cup semifinal Tuesday, former Virginia soccer midfielder Morgan Brian was named the ACC’s top female athlete for 2014-15. The national Player of the Year as a junior and senior,...
  • After Initially Missing Out, Brad Stevens Gets To Coach R.J. Hunter

    WALTHAM, Mass. — Boston Celtics coach Brad Stevens knew all about R.J. Hunter long before he hit one of the biggest shots of last season's NCAA Tournament. If Stevens had his way, Hunter would have played for Butler instead of for his father, Ron,...
  • Celtics' Stevens finally gets shot to coach NCAA hero Hunter

    Boston Celtics coach Brad Stevens knew all about R.J. Hunter long before he hit one of the biggest shots of last season's NCAA Tournament. If Stevens had his way, Hunter would have played for Butler instead of for his father, Ron, at Georgia State. And...
  • Correction: Wisconsin-Ryan Retiring story

    In a story June 29 about coach Bo Ryan's retirement plans, The Associated Press reported erroneously who hired Ryan at Wisconsin. It was Pat Richter, the Badgers' athletic director at the time. A corrected version of the story is below: Wisconsin...
  • Monday's local roundup: Ex-Pistons enforcer Mahorn, former ODU coach Allen to join others in new Hampton Roads Sports Hall of Fame class

    HONORS: Rick Mahorn, who starred in Division II college basketball for the Hampton Pirates and sparked the Detroit Pistons to the 1990 and ’91 NBA titles as an enforcer, was honored as part of the Hampton Roads Sports Hall of Fame’s 2015...
  • Bowie's Grant lands in New York with Knicks

    Bowie's Grant lands in New York with Knicks
    For a brief, flickering moment, it looked like Bowie native Jerian Grant might start his professional basketball career close to home with the Washington Wizards. The Wizards selected the former DeMatha High and Notre Dame guard with the 19th overall...
  • Cavs' move out of first round fueled by financial cost, ability to add picks

    INDEPENDENCE, Ohio In the end, the Cavaliers decided the money it would've cost to select in the first round wasn't worth the talent available. By trading out of the first round of Thursday night's NBA draft, they added two quality second-round picks...