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  • UConn Women's Insider: Introducing Molly Bent

    UConn Women's Insider: Introducing Molly Bent
    As often happens with recruiting, time and place can be just as important as skill and potential. And as it related to Molly Bent's journey to UConn, kismet came at the Deep South AAU Tournament in Raleigh, N.C., in April. Bent, a promising 5-foot-9...
  • Last NCAA independent hoops school, NJIT, joins Atlantic Sun

    NCAA men's and women's basketball no longer has any independent institutions now that the New Jersey Institute of Technology agreed Friday to join the Atlantic Sun Conference. The lone independent among 351 Division I basketball schools over the past two...
  • U.Va., Miami latest candidates to end ACC's College World Series title drought

    U.Va., Miami latest candidates to end ACC's College World Series title drought
    American Pharoah dominated the Belmont Stakes to become horse racing’s first Triple Crown champion since 1978. The U.S. men’s soccer team defeated the Netherlands for the first time and reigning World Cup champion Germany, both on foreign...
  • McCoughtry's late flurry leads Dream past Mystics, 64-61

    McCoughtry's late flurry leads Dream past Mystics, 64-61
    Angel McCoughtry (St. Frances) scored five of her 21 points in the final 27.9 seconds to help the Atlanta Dream beat the host Washington Mystics, 64-61, on Friday night. Tiffany Hayes added 12 points for the Dream (2-2), which trailed 49-38 at the end...
  • Editorials from around New England

    Excerpts of recent editorials of statewide and national interest from New England newspapers: The Salem News (Mass.), June 11, 2015 Free trade agreements are generally beneficial to the American economy, and we have supported such agreements in the...
  • ACC tax return shows doubling of revenue in last four years but future challenges

    ACC tax return shows doubling of revenue in last four years but future challenges
    Were the ACC a publicly traded company, its stock would have soared Friday. The conference released its 2013-14 federal tax return – more on the bizarre timing of non-profit filings later – and the fiscal-year numbers far exceeded projections....
  • UAB football drama shows deep love of the game in Alabama

    UAB football drama shows deep love of the game in Alabama
    Tony Barnhart was asked to speak at a charity event in Mobile, Ala., a couple of weeks ago but faced a conflict. The veteran sportswriter from Georgia, author of "Southern Fried Football," was scheduled to be in Florida to cover the annual...
  • Despite deciding against national team, Diamond Stone won't practice with Terps until July

    Despite deciding against national team, Diamond Stone won't practice with Terps until July
    Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon wrote in a text message Sunday that incoming freshman center Diamond Stone won’t start working out with the Terps until next month despite not trying out for the U-19 national team. “He won&...
  • East Stroudsburg University names Diane Decker head women's basketball coach

    Diane Decker, a former assistant coach and interim head coach at East Stroudsburg University, has been named the Warriors' head women's basketball coach, the university has announced through a press release. Decker comes to ESU from Bloomsburg...
  • Former Terps guard Lexie Brown to transfer to Duke

    Former Terps guard Lexie Brown to transfer to Duke
    Former Maryland guard Lexie Brown has transferred to Duke. The rising junior will sit out this season under NCAA transfer rules and will have two years of eligibility remaining beginning with the 2016-17 season. Brown was an Associated Press third-team...
  • Bob Ford: The risk and reward of drafting Joel Embiid

    Taking chances to fulfill great ambition which has been the dominant philosophy of the Philadelphia 76ers under general manager Sam Hinkie invites two companions along for the ride: great risk and the need for great luck. In Hinkie's world, the risks are...