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  • Record-setting Jalon Brown leads CNU's streaking soccer team

    Record-setting Jalon Brown leads CNU's streaking soccer team
    Of course, Jalon Brown knows his stats. Every card-carrying striker and goal scorer on the planet is wired to be able to recite his numbers and to describe in detail why they should be greater. But with Christopher Newport’s leading scorer and...
  • Thursday's multi-sport college and local roundup: CNU volleyball coach achieves 400th victory; both HU teams picked second in MEAC basketball

    COLLEGES: Women’s volleyball: Christopher Newport coach Lindsay Birch earned her 400th win Thursday night as the Captains, ranked 13th in Division III, swept host Wesley 25-8, 25-16, 25-8. Tylar McGill had a team-high 10 assists for CNU (22-3,...
  • Insurance for Big Ten athletes next on Jim Delany's wish list

    Jim Delany emphasized a single word. "This is college basketball," the Big Ten commissioner said Thursday during the conference's basketball media day, "and 'college' implies going to school and making progress. We want a squarer deal (for student-...
  • Illinois center Nnanna Egwu aims to go all out in senior season

     Illinois center Nnanna Egwu aims to go all out in senior season
    Nnanna Egwu didn't hedge his words. "If you can honestly tell me, if we play as hard as we can every single game and we just miss the (NCAA) tournament, I'll be ok with it," the Illinois senior center said. Really? "But my gut feeling tells me if we...
  • Here's how Big Ten basketball season shapes up

     Here's how Big Ten basketball season shapes up
    The Big Ten had an impressive 2013-14 season as three teams advanced to the Elite Eight in the NCAA tournament. This season's the conference might not be so gaudy on top but it has a stronger middle, which some could argue makes for a tougher league....
  • Notre Dame-Green Pond basketball standout Eze is headed to Manhattan

    Notre Dame-Green Pond basketball standout Eze is headed to Manhattan
    Pat Boyle has had tremendous success in his 18 seasons as the boys basketball coach at Notre Dame-Green Pond, winning 337 games along with two Colonial League championships and seven District 11 titles. But the one thing Boyle, a former Central Catholic...
  • Gators basketball team begins anew with a talented , inexperienced lineup

    Gators basketball team begins anew with a talented , inexperienced lineup
    Donovan returns for his 19thth season to continue to build a Hall of Fame resume GAINESVILLE — Last season's UF basketball team will be remembered for its rings, records and senior-fueled Final Four run. The 2014-15 Gators have to begin from...
  • UF's Alex McCalister trades hoop dreams for gridiron success

    UF's Alex McCalister trades hoop dreams for gridiron success
    GAINESVILLE — Growing up in the heart of North Carolina, Alex McCalister lived and breathed basketball. While in high school, he dreamed of attending the University of North Carolina and learning from coach Roy Williams, who has led the Tar...
  • Style of play won't be an issue for Terps as they enter Big Ten, Turgeon says

    Moving from the Atlantic Coast Conference to the Big Ten means new foes and unfamiliar arenas, but Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon said Thursday that he doesn't anticipate the Terps neeing to adapt to an overall different style of play....
  • Suddenly, Winning Becomes Old Hat For Wesleyan Football

    Suddenly, Winning Becomes Old Hat For Wesleyan Football
    Wesleyan football coach Mike Whalen sends out a weekly newsletter to alumni, many of whom respond with their thoughts on the season. "Last year, we were 4-0 at this point and everyone was emailing me saying how great the team looks," Whalen said. "Now...
  • Keith Gatlin talks about Harry Giles' visit to Maryland

    Keith Gatlin talks about Harry Giles' visit to Maryland
    Keith Gatlin did not come up to Maryland for Midnight Madness when he was being recruited by Lefty Driesell. Nor does Gatlin remember much from that event during his career in College Park, which ended in 1988. “I came up on my official...