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  • UCF basketball hires 24-year-old Harvard assistant Christian Webster

    UCF basketball hires 24-year-old Harvard assistant Christian Webster
    At just 24 years old, Christian Webster already has two assistant coaching jobs on his resume, UCF men's basketball being the latest. Webster, who graduated from Harvard in 2013, joined his alma mater's coaching staff shortly after completing a...
  • AAC Women's Basketball Tournament Returns To Mohegan Sun Arena

    AAC Women's Basketball Tournament Returns To Mohegan Sun Arena
    The American Athletic Conference women's basketball tournament will return to the Mohegan Sun next season. The conference and the Mohegan Sun have developed a great working relationship over past last two seasons resulting in one of the most successful...
  • UConn Learns Which AAC Hoop Teams It Will Play Twice In 2015

    UConn Learns Which AAC Hoop Teams It Will Play Twice In 2015
    UConn will get only one shot against East Carolina and South Florida next season. The American Athletic Conference men's basketball pairings for 2015-16 were announced Wednesday, and with 11 teams in the league, and an 18-game conference schedule, each...
  • Regional Digest: UConn's Carson Cross AAC Pitcher Of Year

    UConn's Carson Cross has been named American Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Year, the league announced Monday night. Cross headlines a league-best seven All-Conference performers for the Huskies, including four first-team members. In addition to...
  • John Lo Schiavo dies at 90; USF president terminated basketball program

    John Lo Schiavo dies at 90; USF president terminated basketball program
    When Queen Elizabeth II stopped in San Francisco on a U.S. tour in 1983, a tall, affable Jesuit priest stood in the receiving line to greet her at a formal event. Father John Lo Schiavo, then president of the University of San Francisco, told the...
  • War Story, Conquest Curlinate added to Belmont Stakes mix

    War Story, Conquest Curlinate added to Belmont Stakes mix
    There's no shortage of challengers looking to upend American Pharoah in the Belmont Stakes and spoil his chance to win the Triple Crown. Two more horses have been added to the mix, raising to 10 the number of rivals the Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner...
  • Connecticut Sun Offer A Whole New Look At Media Day

    Connecticut Sun Offer A Whole New Look At Media Day
    UNCASVILLE — Nothing says transition in professional sports like a good trade. And this winter, the Connecticut Sun made one with Seattle that spoke purposefully about the direction each franchise was taking. The Sun sent veteran guard Renee...
  • Jonah Bolden recovering after knee surgery

    UCLA basketball player Jonah Bolden underwent surgery to repair a meniscus tear in his right knee on Tuesday morning. A team spokesman called the tear slight and said Bolden, a sophomore, is expected to make a full recovery. The timetable for his...
  • North Carolina lawmakers honor Duke's NCAA title

    Another national championship, another visit to the North Carolina Legislature for Coach K and the Duke Blue Devils. The General Assembly celebrated Duke's latest NCAA title on Tuesday with the House and Senate unanimously passing a resolution to honor...
  • Kevin Ollie Optimistic With Deep UConn Team

    Kevin Ollie Optimistic With Deep UConn Team
    HARTFORD — Kevin Ollie is never lacking for energy or enthusiasm, but it seems there's even more spring in his step than usual. And it's not hard to imagine why. "I like the experience we have, especially with our young guys working very, very...
  • Eight UM baseball players earn All-ACC honors; more hoops staff changes

    Eight UM baseball players earn All-ACC honors; more hoops staff changes
    The Hurricanes head to this week's ACC Tournament as one of the nation's hottest college baseball teams. Miami has won 12 straight games and during that stretch, has outscored opponents 170-21. Its pitching staff has held opponents to a collective .174...