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  • Cliff Alexander left at the NBA draft altar: Now what?

    Cliff Alexander left at the NBA draft altar: Now what?
    Mike Oliver had a theory about the first $3 million Cliff Alexander was going to make. "As soon as he signs the contract, $2,999,000 will be gone," Alexander's high school coach at Curie said early in 2014. As a consensus top-five recruit nationally...
  • Teen of the Week: Captain of two varsity teams, Bruin looks forward to brewin' similar successes in college

    Teen of the Week: Captain of two varsity teams, Bruin looks forward to brewin' similar successes in college
    Alexandra "Allie" Bragaw didn't spend her senior year at Broadneck High School fretting about college choices and filling out application forms. During Christmas break her junior year, the Cape St. Claire teen committed to Furman University in...
  • Baltimore Rowing Club's Amaris Hinton gets grant

    Baltimore Rowing Club's Amaris Hinton gets grant
    Amaris Hinton of the Baltimore Rowing Club is one of four recipients of an America Rows Junior National Team Grant. The grants were established to increase and encourage athletes from ethnically, racially and economically underrepresented populations to...
  • Goodson makes return to soccer

    Former UC Irvine All-American CoCo Goodson, who retired from the National Women's Soccer League in March, returned to New Jersey-based Sky Blue FC in late June. Goodson, a 5-foot-11 defender, had played two seasons with Sky Blue before electing to retire...
  • Daquan Holiday, Allen High and NJIT grad, will continue basketball career in Germany

    Daquan Holiday, Allen High and NJIT grad, will continue basketball career in Germany
    Daquan Holiday didn't begin playing basketball until moving from Brooklyn to Allentown while in high school. His improvement over the last seven years has earned him a chance to make a living with his sport. Holiday, an Allen High graduate, recently...
  • Former Hokies AD Jim Weaver lived for family

     Former Hokies AD Jim Weaver lived for family
    Jim Weaver spent the final night of his life watching his son play baseball. He would have wanted nothing more. Diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 2004 and beset with myriad health challenges since, Weaver lived for family. His Virginia Tech family....
  • Innovative former Virginia Tech AD Jim Weaver passes away

    Innovative former Virginia Tech AD Jim Weaver passes away
    Jim Weaver, the visionary of all of Virginia Tech's major athletic upgrades over the past two decades, is gone, but he leaves a legacy that won't soon be forgotten. Weaver, who served as Tech's athletic director from 1997-2013, died Thursday morning...
  • UConn Football Insider: Taking A Look At Oct. 30 Opponent ECU

    UConn Football Insider: Taking A Look At Oct. 30 Opponent ECU
    East Carolina was one of those programs that left Conference USA for more national attention and all the goodies that come with being in a conference with a better television package. The Pirates made the most of it, too. ECU was 8-5 last season and...
  • Excerpts from recent Wisconsin editorials

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, July 1 Transit union should end the work stoppage The bus drivers union wants to make a point with its 72-hour work stoppage this week but that point could have been made without leaving thousands of people scrambling for...
  • UConn Men's Insider: Gibbs Makes Amends; Happy To Be A Husky

    UConn Men's Insider: Gibbs Makes Amends; Happy To Be A Husky
    STORRS — It had been a frustrating season at Seton Hall. What was once promising was now falling apart. As Sterling Gibbs hit the floor to chase a loose ball, the frustration boiled up and got the better of him. As he grappled with Villanova's Ryan...
  • Numbers suggest good things ahead for Brittny Ellis and Jalen Brunson

    Numbers suggest good things ahead for Brittny Ellis and Jalen Brunson
    College and pro coaches are always trying to project how athletes will perform at the next level — THEIR level, to be exact. Fans of high-profile team sports such as basketball and football are familiar with the processes, which are called college...