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  • College Roundup

    BASEBALL UC Irvine 10, Cal State Northridge 2 Junior first baseman Connor Spencer was four for four with three runs batted in to lead the host Anteaters, who swept the three-game Big West Conference series that concluded Sunday. UCI (24-11, 8-1 in...
  • Cuonzo Martin is hired to be California basketball coach

    Cuonzo Martin is hired to be California basketball coach
    California hired Tennessee's Cuonzo Martin as its basketball coach Tuesday, charging him with taking over another program after a successful run by his predecessor. Martin replaces Mike Montgomery, who retired last month after six seasons in Berkeley....
  • Regional Digest: Stewart Wins Honda Award

    Stewart Wins Honda Award UConn sophomore Breanna Stewart was named the Honda Sports Award winner for women's basketball. The Honda Sports Award is presented each year to the top women athletes in 12 NCAA-sanctioned sports. Stewart is now eligible for the...
  • Sources: Ravens, Patriots, Falcons, Colts, Browns, Jets have displayed the most interest in Michael Sam

    Sources: Ravens, Patriots, Falcons, Colts, Browns, Jets have displayed the most interest in Michael Sam
    As former Missouri defensive end Michael Sam continues his preparations for the NFL draft, several teams have maintained contact with the Southeastern Conference Defensive Player of the Year. The Ravens are among the teams that have displayed the most...
  • NCAA Proposes To Give Student-Athletes Unlimited Meals

    NCAA Proposes To Give Student-Athletes Unlimited Meals
    Under a plan proposed Tuesday by the NCAA Legislative Council, Division I student-athletes could receive unlimited meals and snacks. The issue of how schools have been able to feed athletes has been discussed by the NCAA for a couple of years, but...
  • Freshmen a big part of UM's baseball success

    Freshmen a big part of UM's baseball success
    Willie Abreu smiles when he remembers his days as a Miami baseball buddy when he had the opportunity as a youth league player to take the field pre-game and meet Hurricanes players. He recalls countless days sitting in the stands at Mark Light Stadium...
  • Parkette gymnast Price finishes fine weekend at Pacific Rim

    Elizabeth Price finished off her gold-mining expedition at the Pacific Rim Gymnastics Championships over the weekend by adding two individual-event victories to her all-around and team titles at the Olympic Oval in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada. The...
  • Orlando officials expect economic boost after winning bid to host 2016, 2017 AAC basketball tournaments

    Orlando officials expect economic boost after winning bid to host 2016, 2017 AAC basketball tournaments
    The city of Orlando officially announced it will host the American Athletic Conference basketball tournament in 2016 and 2017 at the Amway Center, bringing another major college event to the downtown area. Orlando hosted a NCAA tournament regional in...
  • Tuesday's multi-sport local and college roundup: Local basketball players await PIT; Hokies' football game at Ohio State set for night

    Men's basketball: Virginia’s Akil Mitchell, VCU’s Juvonte Reddic and three Hampton Roads natives — Duke’s Andre Dawkins, Marquette’s Davante Gardner and VMI’s DJ Covington — are set to participate in the...
  • Tennessee's Martin headed to Cal

    KNOXVILLE, Tenn. At about 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday, members of the Tennessee men's basketball team heard the news from their assistant coaches during a players' meeting at Pratt Pavilion. Their head coach, Cuonzo Martin, was going to California. By the end...
  • How To Pay College Athletes

    I have to take issue with Kevin Rennie's portrayal of athletes such as Shabazz Napier in his April 13 column, "Shabazz Napier Scores One For The Players." As a former Division I athlete, I appreciate athletes' efforts and sacrifices. Unlike Napier, I...