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  • Wednesday's local interest college basketball roundup: Hokies dramatically earn first ACC women's tournament win since 2007

    WOMEN: ACC first round: Hannah Young sank a corner jumper with 1 second left, giving Virginia Tech a 57-56 victory over N.C. State in Wednesday's Atlantic Coast Conference tournament first round at Greensboro Coliseum. It was the Hokies’...
  • Wednesday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Harvell gains 400th win as CNU baseball coach as Captains sweep

    COLLEGES: Baseball: John Harvell earned his 399th and 400th victories as Christopher Newport's coach Wednesday as the Captains (5-1) swept a doubleheader at North Carolina Wesleyan to end a three-week, weather-plagued layoff. CNU won Game 1 5-3 with...
  • Indiana wins opener of Big Ten women's tournament at Sears Centre

    Indiana wins opener of Big Ten women's tournament at Sears Centre
    With a loose, family-oriented environment as the backdrop, the Big Ten women's basketball tournament opened Wednesday with 12th-seeded Indiana topping 13th-seeded Penn State 68-63 at the Sears Centre Arena. No. 14 seed Purdue edged 11th-seeded Wisconsin...
  • Basketball: City Section games to be televised by Time Warner Cable

    Saturday's City Section Open Division boys' basketball championship game between Fairfax and Westchester at Cal State Dominguez Hills will be televised live at 8 p.m. by Time Warner Cable's SportsNet, the Lakers channel. The Division I boys' final...
  • Report: College sports show dip in gender, racial hiring

    A diversity report released Wednesday on college sports has issued its lowest grade for racial and gender hiring practices in its nearly two-decade history. The report card from The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport says NCAA member schools are...
  • Valparaiso 'hungrier than ever' as Horizon League Tournament semifinal approaches

    VALPARAISO — Players on the Valparaiso basketball team are planning to check out the Horizon League Tournament's second-round games on Friday night at the Athletics-Recreation Center. Given the relatively late start of the second game, they may...
  • UCLA, USC open play Thursday in Pac-12 women's basketball tournament

    UCLA, USC open play Thursday in Pac-12 women's basketball tournament
    The playground in Pac-12 Conference women's basketball has long belonged to Stanford. But not this season. For the first time, the Cardinal isn't entering the conference tournament as regular-season champion. Stanford had won or shared every...
  • Regional Digest: Carla Berube Named NESCAC Coach Of Year

    Carla Berube NamedNESCAC Coach Of Year Former UConn women's basketball player Carla Berube, now the coach at Tufts, was named NESCAC women's basketball coach of the year. Mairead Hynes of Conn College was named rookie of the year and Sara Binkhorst, a...
  • Brody's versatility a key to Providence's success

    Brody's versatility a key to Providence's success
    There isn't much Jack Brody can't do on a basketball court. If needed, the Providence senior can handle the ball, crash the boards and provide scoring punch from the perimeter and post. His statistics suggest as much: Brody is averaging 11 points, 6...
  • Boys' Swimming Preview: Can Crescenta Valley swimming maintain storied success?

    Boys' Swimming Preview: Can Crescenta Valley swimming maintain storied success?
    Even without the star power and depth that carried Crescenta Valley High’s boys’ swimming team to three straight CIF Southern Section Division II top-three finishes from 2011-13, the Falcons still managed to stay in the top 10 with a seventh-...
  • NCAA women's tournament could be missing some familiar names

    Some familiar names could be missing from the field when the NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament tips off later this month. Georgia has reached the tournament 20 straight years for the nation's fourth-longest active streak, but a late-season slide has put...