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  • Frank Tomaskovic ready for a role in Millikin's wrestling revival

    Frank Tomaskovic ready for a role in Millikin's wrestling revival
    When Frank Tomaskovic entered St. Laurence as a freshman in 2011, the wrestling program was going nowhere fast. "You know how St. Laurence was. It wasn't that big or anything when I got there," Tomaskovic said. The Vikings were stuck in the basement...
  • Middle Tennessee relying on potent rushing attack, Blue Raiders ranked No. 53

    Middle Tennessee relying on potent rushing attack, Blue Raiders ranked No. 53
    Orlando Sentinel college insider Matt Murschel ranked all 128 Football Bowl Subdivision teams in the country entering the 2015-16 season. The Sentinel staff takes a closer look at a new team daily, counting backward from No. 128 to our projected No. 1...
  • It's always 'Shark Week' here

    It's always 'Shark Week' here
    And speaking of "Shark,'' when Jeff Samardzija pitches Thursday, will it be against the Blue Jays or for them? Maybe this week will be different, but if the Cubs had any questions about the credibility of their favorite hashtag “wearegood," then...
  • Barry Jacobs: Confederate flag issue brings back bad memories for ACC's first black athletes

    Billy Jones is disappointed, but not surprised. He's disappointed it took until now for use of the Confederate battle flag to fall into broad disfavor in this country. He is not surprised, however, that the flag has been sanctioned in areas of public life...
  • PPL Park in Chester is still carving its own niche as a venue for soccer and much more

    PPL Park in Chester is still carving its own niche as a venue for soccer and much more
    Beginning with when the Spectrum opened up in 1967 and Veterans Stadium followed four years later, eastbound travelers on the Schuylkill Expressway crossing the Walt Whitman Bridge into New Jersey have had the chance to see an ever-changing Philadelphia...
  • Hokies' Fuller, Terps' Likely ranked among NCAA's top defensive backs

    Hokies' Fuller, Terps' Likely ranked among NCAA's top defensive backs
    Virginia Tech's Kendall Fuller and Maryland's Will Likely were listed among NFL.com's 10 college defensive backs to watch this season. Fuller, a Baltimore native, is No. 3 overall on the rankings of draft analyst Lance Zierlein, who wrote that the...
  • U.S. girls, women's soccer thriving — but pro team owner says media lagging

     U.S. girls, women's soccer thriving — but pro team owner says media lagging
    As the U.S. women's national soccer team tries Sunday to claim its first World Cup since 1999, the sport itself appears to be in great shape. More girls and women than ever are participating at the high school and college levels, and the best even have...
  • Chuckie Keeton returns to help lead Utah State offense, Aggies ranked No. 54

    Chuckie Keeton returns to help lead Utah State offense, Aggies ranked No. 54
    Orlando Sentinel college insider Matt Murschel ranked all 128 Football Bowl Subdivision teams in the country entering the 2015-16 season. The Sentinel staff takes a closer look at a new team daily, counting backward from No. 128 to our projected No. 1...
  • Real or perceived, or a mix, Illinois must move quickly to clean up mess

    Real or perceived, or a mix, Illinois must move quickly to clean up mess
    One of the biggest misconceptions about an athletic scholarship comes in the expectations. It doesn't promise playing time, good health or even a positive overall experience. All free room, board, tuition and books guarantees is access to everything...
  • North Central College adding women's triathlon as a sport in 2016

    North Central College adding women's triathlon as a sport in 2016
    Jenny Garrison, a professional triathlete and coach, heard the NCAA was considering adding women's triathlon as a sport. He had no idea it would hit so close to home. When North Central College announced in April that it was adding triathlon under the...
  • Saturday's multi-sport local roundup: U.Va. gains commitment from OLB; Knicks reportedly will acquire former NSU star

    FOOTBALL RECRUITING: Liberty Christian Academy outside linebacker Matt Terrell committed to the Virginia Cavaliers, becoming their 18th commitment for the Class of 2016. The 6-foot-4, 225-pounder from Lynchburg earned an offer from Virginia after...