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  • Hopkins' Brown, Terps' Ikeda are top Big Ten lacrosse honorees

    Hopkins' Brown, Terps' Ikeda are top Big Ten lacrosse honorees
    Johns Hopkins junior attackman Ryan Brown (Calvert Hall) was named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year, Blue Jays midfielder Joel Tinney was named Freshman of the Year and Dave Pietramala was named Coach of the Year. Maryland senior defenseman Casey...
  • Lewis sweeps past Lindenwood into MIVA finals

    Two rounds into the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association Tournament, Lewis is an example of regular-season dominance that has carried over into the playoffs. After a quarterfinal sweep Saturday over Grand Canyon, host Lewis defeated...
  • Loyola moving Saturday's women's lacrosse game to Syracuse

    Loyola moving Saturday's women's lacrosse game to Syracuse
    Loyola Maryland's women's lacrosse game against Syracuse Saturday is being moved to Syracuse "out of an abundance of caution" over of the volatile situation in Baltimore in the wake of Monday's rioting. Loyola coach Jen Adams and Syracuse coach Gary...
  • Walton already collecting college offers

    Walton already collecting college offers
    When it comes to lacrosse, Jack Walton always has been on the fast track. The Lyons sophomore didn't start playing lacrosse until sixth grade, but he picked up the sport with relative ease. Once he arrived at Lyons, Walton wasted no time in making...
  • Freshman ineligibility a radical tonic for what ails college sports

    The NCAA made freshmen eligible for varsity sports in 1972. More than four decades later, only the romantic and/or delusional believe a return to those more restrained, less moneyed times is possible. Sure, Wilt Chamberlain, Lew Alcindor and others of...
  • Heat Wheels rebound for first national title

    Heat Wheels rebound for first national title
    While the Miami Heat’s four-year run of excellence ended short of the postseason, their namesake in wheelchair basketball picked up the mantle to seize another championship for South Florida. Not only did the Miami Heat Wheels claim their first...
  • Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse staying even-keeled despite earning top seed in Big Ten tournament

    Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse staying even-keeled despite earning top seed in Big Ten tournament
    Riding a three-game winning streak capped by Saturday’s 15-12 upset of then-No. 2 Maryland that handed Johns Hopkins a share of the Big Ten Conference regular-season title and the top seed in the upcoming league tournament, the program wouldn’...
  • Wrestling legend Verne Gagne dies at 89

    Wrestling legend Verne Gagne dies at 89
    Verne Gagne, one of professional wrestling's most celebrated performers and promoters, has died. He was 89. Gagne died Monday at his daughter's home in the Twin Cities area, according to longtime friend Gene Okerlund, a pro wrestling announcer who was...
  • Midfielder Ben McCarty likely to make repeat start for Towson men's lacrosse

    Midfielder Ben McCarty likely to make repeat start for Towson men's lacrosse
    Ben McCarty made sure that his first start of the season was a successful one. The junior midfielder – who hails from Westminster and graduated from South Carroll – scored four goals on eight shots and was critical in Towson rallying from...
  • Redskins pick up fifth-year option on Griffin's contract

    Redskins pick up fifth-year option on Griffin's contract
    The Washington Redskins will pick up the fifth-year option on quarterback Robert Griffin III's contract despite a 2014 season marred by injuries and poor performance, general manager Scot McCloughan announced Monday. Meanwhile, McCloughan said the move...
  • Rose Bowl officials decide not to bid on 2020 college title game

    Rose Bowl officials decide not to bid on 2020 college title game
    The Rose Bowl, after careful consideration, has decided against bidding for the 2020 College Football Playoff championship game. A task force spend months studying the feasibility of hosting, but the Tournament of Roses executive board ultimately...