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  • UConn Desperate For Win Against SMU

    UConn Desperate For Win Against SMU
    STORRS — The Huskies have overcome numerous obstacles in recent years, from postseason ineligibility to postseason pressure and opponents loaded with NBA prospects. But one roadblock the defending national champs have not been able to crash is...
  • Wesleyan Holds Off Trinity To Reach NESCAC Final

    HARTFORD — When Wesleyan pushed, Trinity pulled. That is how Saturday's NESCAC men's basketball semifinal went down at Oosting Gymnasium, where a split crowd shared the bleachers for the first postseason meeting between the teams since 2005. Fans...
  • Northern Illinois opens Sept. 5 vs. UNLV; travels to Ohio State Sept. 19

    Northern Illinois opens Sept. 5 vs. UNLV; travels to Ohio State Sept. 19
    The good news for Northern Illinois fans is that NIU will have six home games for the 2015 football season. The more challenging news is that the Huskies will travel to Columbus, Ohio, on Sept. 19 to face defending national champion Ohio State. NIU is...
  • NBA Behind Him, Family Life Brings Rip Hamilton Back Home

    NBA Behind Him, Family Life Brings Rip Hamilton Back Home
    Richard "Rip" Hamilton's youngest son, 4-year-old Parker, has a pretty good handle with the basketball, and can and will take his father to the cup every now and then. Hamilton, the former UConn All-American, NCAA and NBA champion who officially...
  • Villanova beats Xavier 78-66 for its 10th straight win

    Villanova beats Xavier 78-66 for its 10th straight win
    CINCINNATI — Kris Jenkins' back-to-back 3-pointers started a late run that rallied No. 6 Villanova to its 10th straight victory on Saturday, 78-66 over Xavier. The Wildcats (27-2, 14-2 Big East) made five 3s — their specialty —...
  • Ranking Big Ten basketball student sections

    Ranking Big Ten basketball student sections
    College basketball student sections can’t be judged merely by the decibels registered from their cheers or by how many undergrads pack a gym on a frigid night. Face-painted, costume-wearing, vocal-chord-shredding 18- to 22-year-olds make Big TenĀ ...
  • Friday's multi-sport college and local roundup: ODU, U.Va., VCU, Richmond win in baseball

    COLLEGES: Baseball: Nick Walker had two RBI as Old Dominion beat Rutgers 3-0 Friday to open a series that was moved because of weather to Myrtle Beach, S.C. Winner Greg Tomchick pitched the first five innings, yielding one hit in a combined two-...
  • Despite loss, Denver men's lacrosse appears back among elite

    Despite loss, Denver men's lacrosse appears back among elite
    After the University of Denver lost to eventual champion Duke last season in an NCAA Division I mens' lacrosse semifinal, Pioneers head coach Bill Tierney said his team had been in this position before, vowed to return and told people they better get used...
  • CLC baseball teams reloading, not rebuilding

    CLC baseball teams reloading, not rebuilding
    College of Lake County's 2014 baseball season was a 90 percent success story. The only negatives were a season-opening 2-7 spring trip to Florida and squandering a 5-1 lead in the ninth inning and losing to Blackhawk in the championship game of a...
  • UM counts on Tonye Jekiri to be leader against No. 15 UNC

    UM counts on Tonye Jekiri to be leader against No. 15 UNC
    — Tonye Jekiri is the only player on the current Miami Hurricanes roster who was a part of the 2013 Atlantic Coast Conference championship team. He will take his experiences and new-found passion for basketball into Saturday's game against the No....
  • Quinnipiac Women's Team Running And Winning

    Quinnipiac Women's Team Running And Winning
    HAMDEN — The Quinnipiac women's basketball team has its destination – Albany, March 9, the MAAC championship game – and is running toward it. Running up and down the court as the highest-scoring team in the conference. Groups of players...