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  • Salisbury names Chesapeake grad Andrew Sachs men's basketball coach

    SALISBURY MEN'S BASKETBALL: Salisbury University Director of Athletics Michael Vienna announced the hiring of Andrew Sachs, a Chesapeake High graduate, as the new head coach of men's basketball on Monday afternoon. Sachs, a Pasadena native and Salisbury...
  • Tuesday's local roundup: Felony Charge for ODU player

    COLLEGE JUDICIAL Felony charge for ODU player Javonte Douglas, a reserve forward who played a key role in Old Dominion’s run to the National Invitation Tournament semifinals, was suspended from the team after being arrested on a felony charge, the...
  • Big men are likely top picks, but NBA execs might want to think smaller

    NBA teams proved their belief that bigger always is better by selecting a center or forward or a 6-foot-9 point guard named Magic Johnson first overall in every draft except one from 1977 until 2008. That's when the Chicago Bulls signaled a coming sea...
  • Big 12 basketball coaches say 30 seconds to shoot is plenty of time

    Of the several college basketball rule changes that will be introduced for the upcoming season, none received more attention than reducing the shot clock from 35 to 30 seconds. But most Big 12 men's coaches don't think you'll notice. "To be honest, I...
  • UConn Men's Basketball Insider: Paul McCarthy Will Figure It Out

       UConn Men's Basketball Insider: Paul McCarthy Will Figure It Out
    STORRS – Paul McCarthy spends a good portion of his time at Gampel Pavilion doing the important, but not necessarily glamorous, legal work of the UConn athletic department. In 17 years at UConn, as assistant attorney general, senior associate...
  • UCF basketball looking to build team chemistry on Bahamas trip

    UCF basketball looking to build team chemistry on Bahamas trip
    If you can't build team chemistry in the Bahamas, then your season is already in trouble.  Donnie Jones hopes that won't be the case for UCF basketball when he takes his team to the island in August. The school formally announced the Knights lineup...
  • At Maryland Pride Tour event, Terps coaches stress importance of Baltimore

    At Maryland Pride Tour event, Terps coaches stress importance of Baltimore
    The next-to-last stop on this summer's Maryland Pride Tour hit the Inner Harbor on Thursday night, and the message from Randy Edsall, Mark Turgeon and Brenda Frese was consistent: Baltimore is an important part of the athletic department's growth. Aside...
  • Duke's Justise Winslow ranks as the 2015 NBA Draft's top wing prospect

    Duke's Justise Winslow ranks as the 2015 NBA Draft's top wing prospect
    When Duke coaches reminisce about Justise Winslow's lone college season, they don't necessarily flash back to their NCAA Tournament championship-game victory over Wisconsin or even how Winslow toughed out the final stretch of the season with rib and...
  • Latvian prospect Kristaps Porzingis will tempt the Magic in the NBA Draft

    Latvian prospect Kristaps Porzingis will tempt the Magic in the NBA Draft
    Kristaps Porzingis might not have realized it at the time, but his dream of traveling to the United States and playing in the NBA started during his early childhood in Latvia. He spent hours in front of his family's TV watching movies and cartoons in...
  • The Times' NBA mock draft

    The Times' NBA mock draft
    TEAM: player, last team, position, height, weight. Turner's comment   1. MINNESOTA: Karl-Anthony Towns, Kentucky, PF/C, 7-0, 248. Kentucky Coach John Calipari says Towns “likes Minnesota.” So there you go. 2. LAKERS: Jahlil Okafor, Duke,...
  • Some things to know about 8 College World Series contenders

    The College World Series field is full of pedigree. A record-tying four of the teams are from the powerful Southeastern Conference, and each of the eight has made it to Omaha at least three times in the last decade. As for individual talent, well, there's...