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  • Emmert: Freshmen ineligibility problematic, worth debating

    Emmert: Freshmen ineligibility problematic, worth debating
    NEW YORK (AP) — NCAA President Mark Emmert is glad the Big Ten has sparked a discussion about freshman ineligibility, even though it is an idea fraught with potential pitfalls. Emmert spoke at a meeting of Associated Press Sports Editors on...
  • Terps-Michigan football game to be in prime time Oct. 3

    Maryland's Oct. 3 home game against Michigan is set for a prime-time kickoff and will be carried live on the Big Ten Network, the conference announced Monday. The kickoff time will be announced at a later date, as will times and TV information for the...
  • Brian Wardle hopes to carry success to Bradley from UW-Green Bay

    Brian Wardle hopes to carry success to Bradley from UW-Green Bay
    Bradley hired Brian Wardle as its men's basketball head coach on March 27, five days after firing Geno Ford. The 35-year-old Willowbrook native is a 1997 graduate of Hinsdale Central and is the Red Devils' all-time leading scorer (1,632), while...
  • Rebuilding Trinity women's basketball program looks to Lake County for recruits

    Rebuilding Trinity women's basketball program looks to Lake County for recruits
    Laurel Wartluft, the women's basketball coach at Deerfield-based Trinity International University, knows a few things about building a successful program. Her first head coaching job was at Kent State from 1977-86, where she took the Golden Flashes to...
  • Edmondson grad Jaquan Smith picks Stephen F. Austin

    Edmondson grad Jaquan Smith picks Stephen F. Austin
    As a first-year varsity player for Edmondson during the 2011-12 season, Jaquan Smith’s job was "just running, rebounding and blocking shots.” The lanky post played big minutes for the Class 2A North regional finalists, but he was really...
  • Rees brothers follow in their father's footsteps

    Matt and Casey Rees attended a lot of Navy sporting events as youngsters – football, basketball and lacrosse. They particularly recall spending many Saturdays at Alumni Hall, often as part of anniversary or reunion events with their father....
  • NCAA president Emmert wants end to one-and-done basketball players

    In the final days before the deadline for underclassmen to declare for the NBA draft, the leaders of college and professional basketball agree the current arrangement is not ideal. But when it comes to one-and-dones players who attend college for one...
  • With Damion Lee picking Louisville, Terps look to two current guards and a transfer to fill spot

    With Damion Lee picking Louisville, Terps look to two current guards and a transfer to fill spot
    After Drexel transfer Damion Lee tweeted recently that Maryland was among the five schools where he was considering finishing his college basketball career next season, many thought College Park was the likely landing spot for the shooting guard from...
  • Thursday's multi-sport local and college roundup: Tides hold off Gwinnett, improve to 9-6

    MINOR-LEAGUE BASEBALL: International League: The Norfolk Tides built a four-run lead and held on to beat Gwinnett 4-3 Thursday in a matinee at Harbor Park. Nolan Reimold and Rey Navarro belted two-run homers off Matt Wisler for the Tides (9-6),...
  • Muffet McGraw thinks a move back could benefit NCAA women's tournament

    Muffet McGraw thinks a move back could benefit NCAA women's tournament
    Notre Dame women's basketball coach Muffet McGraw said plenty of interesting things on her return to the Lehigh Valley this week, but one thing that resonated more than others was her thought that maybe the NCAA Women's Tournament could be moved back a...
  • Girls' Basketball Dream Team: Bruening played big for CdM

    Girls' Basketball Dream Team: Bruening played big for CdM
    Corona del Mar High girls' basketball Coach Mark Decker talked with pride during the season about the number of two-sport athletes on his team. Junior Natalia Bruening, the Sea Kings' 6-foot-4 forward, would be at the top of that list. In volleyball,...