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  • Sam Donnellon: How Hobey Baker Award got its name

    The list was pared down to four names. This was in 1980, around the time of the Miracle on Ice, and Chuck Bard thought it was high time that college hockey had what college football had: a trophy to honor the best player each year. So he asked for and...
  • Wednesday's multi-sport college and local roundup: CNU sophomore Lewis pitches perfect softball game to cap sweep

    Colleges: Softball: Sophomore Krista Lewis of Chesapeake pitched a perfect game in Game 2 as Christopher Newport (28-6, 9-1), ranked 14th in Division III, swept Mary Washington 7-2, 7-0 in Fredericksburg, staying atop the Capital Athletic Conference....
  • Twenty-five things about the Frozen Four

    The Frozen Four is much more than a cute name. It is NCAA hockey at its best. Granted, college hockey and Philadelphia go together like cheesesteaks and warm milk, but the four remaining teams each offer their own pieces of intrigue. There's the local...
  • Michigan State and nation mourn loss of 8-year-old Lacey Holsworth; memorial set for April 17

    The grace his daughter displayed throughout her nationally publicized battle with cancer came through in this text message from Matt Holsworth on Wednesday: "Continue her legacy! Love unconditionally." The tragedy of the passing late Tuesday of 8-year-...
  • Judge questions legality of NCAA's decision to force Penn State to pay $60 million in Sandusky aftermath

    PHILADELPHIA A judge on Wednesday ripped the NCAA for forcing Pennsylvania State University to pay $60 million in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky child sex-abuse scandal and said she intended to review whether the penalty was legal. In an opinion...
  • Frozen Four: Union College's unlikely rise to the top

    PHILADELPHIA Oddity is commonplace at Union College. The tiny liberal-arts school in Schenectady, N.Y., has a bizarre motto "We All Become Brothers Under the Laws of Minerva". Its campus contains one of the world's only 16-sided buildings. And it's had...
  • State judge questions legality of NCAA's right to fine and punish Penn State over Sandusky

    HARRISBURG — The NCAA may have stepped out of bounds in its zeal to punish Penn State University with a $60 million fine and bowl ban after former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky was convicted on child sexual abuse charges, a state court...
  • UConn Women: Facts & Figures

    Breanna Stewart is just the third sophomore to win the Associated Press player of the year award. Stewart has played in two Final Fours and was most outstanding player both times. The last back-to-back winner was Tennessee's Candace Parker in 2007-08....
  • Kansas' Joel Embiid to follow Andrew Wiggins into NBA Draft

    LAWRENCE, Kan. Joel Embiid took one final deep breath before entering the interview room to make the announcement that was largely a foregone conclusion. "After thinking a lot, I decided to declare for the NBA Draft," Embiid said Wednesday, flanked by...
  • Sam Mellinger: In current college sports reality, Joel Embiid had no choice than to enter NBA Draft

    LAWRENCE, Kan. We can have a serious conversation sometime about creating a world in which Joel Embiid faced a tough decision. That'd be fun, actually. We can talk about letting an NBA prospect take a no-interest, no-risk loan on his first year's...
  • Former Edmondson guard Isaiah Tripp headed to Abilene Christian

    Former Edmondson guard Isaiah Tripp headed to Abilene Christian
    There were several college coaches that thought Isaiah Tripp was good enough to play Division I basketball immediately after his senior year at Edmondson. The 6-foot-2, 180-pound point guard, however, had a different opinion. “At the time, I...