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  • ODU snaps 10-game losing streak with 78-66 win at Drexel under Corrigan

    PHILADELPHIA — Sometimes, change is for the better. DeShawn Painter and Dimitri Batten each scored 15 points and Old Dominion defeated Colonial Athletic Association preseason favorite Drexel 78-66 in the first game under interim head coach Jim...
  • Up next for UCLA basketball: Friday vs. Drexel

    UCLA Tonight DREXEL When: 9 p.m. Where: Pauley Pavilion On the air: TV: Pac-12 Networks. Records (2012-13): Bruins 25-10, Dragons 13-18. Record vs. Dragons: 1-0. Update: Drexel has the same issue as the Bruins: Will there be enough of an...
  • ODU, Corrigan come home with confidence after first win of 2013

    ODU, Corrigan come home with confidence after first win of 2013
    NORFOLK — In the midst of an unsettled and uncertain couple of days, Jim Corrigan's message to Old Dominion's basketball players was upbeat and simple. Corrigan found himself as interim head coach in the wake of Blaine Taylor's abrupt firing...
  • State men's hoops: Loyola rallies to defeat Tenn. State

    Loyola trailed by 12 with less than eight minutes left, but a 19-5 run put the Greyhounds in front, and they held off host Tennessee State for a 69-67 win in men's basketball in Ramada Worldwide Bracketbuster action Saturday night. It was the first...
  • ODU falls to Drexel 81-77 in home finale

    NORFOLK — As Old Dominion and Drexel wind down disappointing seasons, they played the same kind of games they have all season: close, competitive, flawed. The difference was that the Dragons made enough plays to finally win a tight game, while...
  • All-CAA: A stab at honoring league's best

    Today’s intallment of Ignorance on Display is my All-CAA ballot. Didn’t see several teams often enough to make informed evaluations, so I read and listened to others, perused numbers and took a stab at reasonable – when I didn’t go...
  • Mason holds off Drexel, advances to CAA semis

    Sherrod Wright clapped a hand on Bryon Allen’s shoulder as he walked past him in the hallway outside the George Mason locker room. “Thief,” Wright said. “The man’s a thief.” Allen was a thief, a defender and a...
  • Saturday's local interest college basketball roundup: ODU women rout Delaware State; Apprentice men take tournament in Pa.

    Senior co-captain Stephanie Gardner scored a career-high 21 points Saturday as Old Dominion began its women’s season with a 97-67 win over Delaware State at the Constant Center. Gardner shot 6-of-14 from the floor, including 4-of-7 from 3-point...
  • CAA basketball snapshot promising, if not fully focused yet

    Strange season thus far in the Colonial Athletic Association. There’s an all-star team of injured and suspended players, though a couple of squads have compensated and adapted nicely. The conference lost two of its marquee programs, Old Dominion...
  • CAA's Baltimore shift continues as Towson men are picked to win conference

    CAA's Baltimore shift continues as Towson men are picked to win conference
    The Colonial Athletic Association is undergoing a conference realignment in men's basketball, but this one is less disruptive and more geographic. The center of the CAA universe has shifted to the Baltimore area. The conference's postseason tournament...
  • W&M's famine continues, thanks to dry spell in second half

    WILLIAMSBURG — William and Mary's lapses have varying lengths, characteristics and occur at different times of each game. The common thread is that every sequence leads to yet another frustrating, head-scratching loss. The Tribe's faceplant du...