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  • Southern Conference men's lacrosse outlook for 2015

    Southern Conference men's lacrosse outlook for 2015
    Team on top: Bellarmine went winless in the final season of the Eastern College Athletic Conference, but the program has already gained some attention in the Southern Conference, which makes its debut this spring. The Knights were voted the top team in...
  • College Update: Powdrill, Cal Lutheran prevail in OT thriller

    College Update: Powdrill, Cal Lutheran prevail in OT thriller
    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Coltrane Powdrill (Crescenta Valley, 2010) Cal Lutheran basketball senior: Powdrill and the Kingsmen captured a thrilling 78-76 overtime win on the road Tuesday night at Whittier in...
  • Friday night games likely at U.Va., Virginia Tech next season

    Friday night games likely at U.Va., Virginia Tech next season
    Friday night college football is very likely to land at Virginia and Virginia Tech in 2015, courtesy of the ACC’s television contract with ESPN. The ACC hopes to release its complete 2015 schedule this week, and while late revisions are possible,...
  • Penn State president: Freeh report created 'absurd' picture of university

    Penn State president: Freeh report created 'absurd' picture of university
    STATE COLLEGE — Penn State's president on Wednesday dismissed the university-commissioned review by former FBI Director Louis Freeh of how top administrators handled complaints about Jerry Sandusky as "not useful to make decisions." Eric Barron...
  • Arch Of Triumphs: At 25, Gampel's Value To UConn Is Huge

    Arch Of Triumphs: At 25, Gampel's Value To UConn Is Huge
    STORRS – Long before the doors opened, Jim Calhoun liked what he saw. "I remember seeing the artist's renderings of it, and they had snow around it," Calhoun said. "I wanted UConn to have a special place, and it was. When you come up on it, on a...
  • Former Freedom basketball player Lococo loves new home at West Liberty University

    Long before last season ended, Joe Lococo knew in his heart that he wanted out of Shippensburg University. Despite being among the PSAC's leading scorers at 20 points per game and racking up 783 points in his first two college seasons, the Freedom...
  • Utah senior guard Delon Wright honed skills against brother Dorell

    Utah senior guard Delon Wright honed skills against brother Dorell
    Delon Wright spent a childhood laboring, and learning, in his brother's shadow. Dorell Wright was six years older, bigger, and a better basketball player. "He caught a lot of losses growing up," Dorell said of his younger brother. Dorell has...
  • Mount Saint Joseph graduate Charlie Jones works way into starting role for American

    Mount Saint Joseph graduate Charlie Jones works way into starting role for American
    Kyle Jakobe, a¬†Timonium-based trainer who has worked with several local athletes, posted a series of blogs on his company’s website during the summer of 2013. The title? “The Legend of Charlie Jones,” a series of posts documenting...
  • An early-signing period for college football? Sign me up

    The idea of an early-signing period for college football is not a new concept. Many coaches, players and administrators have long been proponents of the idea, looking to create a way to ease the burden placed on 17- and 18-year-olds who have finalized...
  • In dream season, Terps freshman Melo Trimble turning fantasy into reality

    In dream season, Terps freshman Melo Trimble turning fantasy into reality
    As the video board at Xfinity Center flashed above the Maryland men's basketball team's darkened court, freshman Melo Trimble found himself looking up and thinking back to when he was a little kid in Prince George's County, rooting for the Terps. It was...
  • Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy soccer worn down by Harvard-Westlake

    LA CA√ĎADA — With a spot atop the standings at stake Saturday afternoon, the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy soccer team surrendered the first three goals of its Mission League showdown to visiting Harvard-Westlake, which received a score each from a...