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  • CNU beats Salisbury 7-4 for CAC softball title, ninth straight NCAA berth

    CNU beats Salisbury 7-4 for CAC softball title, ninth straight NCAA berth
    NEWPORT NEWS — Jenna Sprinkle’s patience and Keith Parr’s unwavering confidence in her paid off, helping Christopher Newport to a conference title and NCAA tournament berth. Sprinkle’s grand slam in the third inning proved to...
  • College Roundup: Navy women's lacrosse gets time switch for quarterfinal

    College Roundup: Navy women's lacrosse gets time switch for quarterfinal
    NAVY WOMEN'S LACROSSE: Tuesday's Patriot League women's lacrosse quarterfinal between No. 3 Navy and No. 6 Holy Cross at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium will start at 5 p.m. The game initially been scheduled for 7 p.m. If Navy (12-4, 6-2 in the...
  • Anthony Kay Pitches In To Keep UConn On Track

    STORRS — Anthony Kay was home watching on TV the day UConn beat Notre Dame to clinch the last Big East baseball championship two years ago, and it left a lasting imprint. "I watched the entire tournament," he said, "and watching [Anthony] Marzi...
  • Allyson Fournier Has Perfect Outlook

    Allyson Fournier Has Perfect Outlook
    HARTFORD — She had been the essence of efficiency to this point. Allyson Fournier needed only 56 pitches to get 14 outs Saturday, striking out 10 Trinity Bantams, throwing four total balls. And, now, here was the Tufts senior righthander on the...
  • Lafayette football players Trey Neville and Cheyton Pine get more Division I football offers

    Lafayette football players Trey Neville and Cheyton Pine get more Division I football offers
    Lafayette High football players Trey Neville and Cheyton Pine have picked up more football offers in the past few days. Rams coach Andy Linn said that Princeton has offered Neville a spot on the team, while ACC schools Pittsburgh and N.C. State have...
  • In the NCAA's investigation, UNC-Chapel Hill is a partner

    Six months after a report recounting 18 years of academic fraud at UNC-Chapel Hill, few clues have emerged as to where the NCAA is headed with its investigation. But contacts with at least two potential witnesses show the NCAA is treating UNC as a...
  • UCF's George O'Leary pushes for spring scrimmages against other teams

    UCF's George O'Leary pushes for spring scrimmages against other teams
    UCF coach George O'Leary isn't a big fan of spring games. "I get so much more out of practice than I do out of a spring game," O'Leary said following Saturday's scrimmage at Bright House Networks Stadium. O'Leary explained he would prefer to scrimmage...
  • Lori Riley: Long After Olympic Days, Marie Davenport Ready To Try Boston

    Lori Riley: Long After Olympic Days, Marie Davenport Ready To Try Boston
    GUILFORD — One day a few years back, Marie Davenport was with her daughter Ciara at a playgroup when some of the other moms started talking about visiting Greece. One had gone on her honeymoon. Another's husband was from Greece. Had Davenport ever...
  • Hofstra at Towson men's lacrosse: Three things to watch

    Hofstra at Towson men's lacrosse: Three things to watch
    Towson is 20-25 all time against Colonial Athletic Association rival Hofstra but has won two of the past three games. The Pride has lost four of five on the road this season, while the Tigers are 3-2 at home. Hofstra (9-3, 1-2) is stuck in a three-...
  • Postscript from Hofstra at Towson men's lacrosse

    As frustrating as Saturday’s 9-2 walloping from Hofstra was, Towson still has a path to the top seed and homefield advantage in the upcoming Colonial Athletic Association tournament. Defeat Drexel (6-7 overall and 2-2 league) – which got...
  • Kansas football staff goes online to improve Jayhawk brand

    LAWRENCE, Kan. On a winter day back in January, David Beaty clutched a cell phone and pulled up the Twitter account of a mostly unknown high school quarterback from Florida. In another era, Beaty may have needed to draft an official recruiting letter on...