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  • Thursday's local men's college basketball roundup: Powers sparks Pirates past A&T

    MEAC: Deron Powers of Williamsburg had 20 points as Hampton University’s men finished their regular season with a flourish Thursday, routing North Carolina A&T 89-71 to ensure their outright second-place finish in the Mid-Eastern Athletic...
  • All-CAA hoops voting

    William and Mary’s Marcus Thornton was just the third Tribe player to be named first-team All-Colonial Athletic Association, in voting announced Thursday. Thornton, the league’s No. 5 scorer at 18.6 points per game, joins Adam Hess in 2003...
  • Northeastern's strong first half leads to 90-81 CAA victory over Drexel

    Drexel senior guard Chris Fouch was in tears after he fouled out of the fourth-seeded Dragons' Colonial Athletic Association tournament quarterfinal matchup with Northeastern at Baltimore Arena. He carried Drexel’s offense with 30 points, but it...
  • 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...
  • 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 men's college basketball roundup: Green Bay upends U.Va.; W&M edges Wofford

    For the second consecutive game, Virginia coach Tony Bennett’s roots tripped him and his team. Green Bay (5-2), the university where Bennett starred as a player, held off the visiting Cavaliers 75-72 Saturday. The loss came just after U.Va. fell...
  • 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...
  • A stab at CAA preseason hoops predictions

    Football season is still young, but those busy beavers at CAA World Headquarters are already assembling basketball information. They solicited preseason all-conference guesstimations from a handful of media gerbils. Predicted order of finish: Towson...
  • Wednesday's local interest college basketball roundup: Spiders incur costly defeat; ODU women boost winning streak to three

    Men: Atlantic 10: Host George Mason took a huge lead early and held on to beat Richmond 69-60 Wednesday night, a costly loss for the NCAA at-large hopes of the Spiders (18-10, 8-5 Atlantic 10). Sherrod Wright had 19 points and Bryon Allen added 18...
  • Thursday's local college basketball roundup: Public can't see live as Highlanders zoom past UNC Asheville in snowy Radford

    Men: Ya Ya Anderson and Rashun Davis each scored 21 points as host Radford defeated UNC Asheville 102-92 Thursday night in a game closed to the general public due to snow accumulation, though it was nationally televised on ESPNU. Davis scored 15...