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  • St. Xavier women fall to Cardinal Stritch in CCAC Tournament final

    Cardinal Stritch gave St. Xavier a taste of its own medicine Saturday afternoon in Chicago. And it was lethal. A solid, 2-3 zone defense by the Wolves in the first half set the tone during the Cougars' 72-58 loss in the during the Chicagoland Collegiate...
  • Crescenta Valley High girls' basketball gears up for another stiff test

    Crescenta Valley High girls' basketball gears up for another stiff test
    Winning coin flips to secure home playoff games isn’t the only thing working in favor of the Crescenta Valley High girls’ basketball team lately. The Falcons have looked pretty sharp on both ends of the court through the first two rounds of...
  • Area grads fill 20 spots on CCIW baseball rosters

    Area grads fill 20 spots on CCIW baseball rosters
    One of sports' rites of spring is that at the end of a college baseball season, each league honors its best players by naming an all-conference team. The College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin — an NCAA Division III league that includes...
  • Coaching is a calling for the Orlando Magic's James Borrego

    Coaching is a calling for the Orlando Magic's James Borrego
    James Borrego's journey to the Orlando Magic sideline started in a single-parent home in Albuquerque, N.M. Nothing mattered more to Lydia Borrego than her children, James and Jessica. To provide for them, Lydia often worked three jobs. She nurtured...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 3-pointers lift Coppin State to 88-77 win over Morgan State in men's basketball

    3-pointers lift Coppin State to 88-77 win over Morgan State in men's basketball
    The Coppin State men's basketball team loves to shoot 3-pointers. The Eagles have relied heavily on them throughout the season, and they again helped them to a victory Saturday. Sterling Smith scored a game-high 21 points and Taariq Cephas added 20 as...
  • 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-...
  • Friday's high school basketball roundup: Williamsburg Christian girls return to state final, but boys fall in semi

    Girls basketball: Williamsburg Christian Academy beat Fredericksburg Academy 54-47 Friday in Charlottesville to reach a Virginia Independent Schools championship game for the sixth consecutive year. Imani Bryant had 20 points, 15 rebounds and seven...