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  • Former Saucon Valley coach John Seneca is now the full-time head coach at the University of Delaware

    Former Saucon Valley coach John Seneca is now the full-time head coach at the University of Delaware
    The University of Delaware announced on Friday that former Saucon Valley coach John Seneca would be in charge of its women's softball program on a full-time basis. Seneca, who was brought to the Blue Hens by former Saucon player Jaime Wohlbach, was...
  • College Update: Slaught converts strong junior season into spot on U.S. team

    College Update: Slaught converts strong junior season into spot on U.S. team
    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Alex Slaught (La CaƱada native) Southern California volleyball junior: Slaught turned in a stellar spring and is now poised for an eventful summer. The 6-foot-4 outside hitter,...
  • All-Area Boys' Tennis Singles Player of the Year: Burroughs' Patterson has no regrets

    All-Area Boys' Tennis Singles Player of the Year: Burroughs' Patterson has no regrets
    By Sawyer Patterson’s standards, his senior season and his boys’ tennis career at Burroughs High didn’t end the way he would have liked. A two-time reigning Pacific League singles champion, Patterson entered the 2015 league...
  • All-Area Boys' Tennis Doubles Team of the Year: Crescenta Valley tandem showed instant success

    All-Area Boys' Tennis Doubles Team of the Year: Crescenta Valley tandem showed instant success
    Fatigue had finally caught up to Albert Chtchyan while recovering from a lengthy illness. Without the proper stamina needed to criss-cross the court while playing singles for the Crescenta Valley High boys’ tennis team, Chtchyan needed an...
  • Olympic medalist returns to Bloom High School to give back

    Olympic medalist returns to Bloom High School to give back
    Bloom Township High School helped create the mettle of the man. Now the man's medal, won with the help of Bruce Jenner, may help Bloom. Jan Johnson, the 1972 Olympic bronze medalist in the pole vault, is hosting a clinic Aug. 14-15 at the Chicago...
  • Scott Burrell Top Candidate To Coach Southern Basketball

    Scott Burrell Top Candidate To Coach Southern Basketball
    Scott Burrell, one of the top players in UConn history, has emerged as a leading candidate to become the next basketball coach at Southern Connecticut. "He's a candidate; he's applied; he's been on campus," Southern athletic director Jay Moran told...
  • Navy Football No Longer Independent; Now Officially In AAC

    Navy football now has a home. It only took 135 years. The program has played as an independent since 1879 but it officially became a member of the American Athletic Conference on Wednesday as the league's 12th football-playing member, allowing the...
  • College Roundup: Navy officially joins American Athletic Conference

    College Roundup: Navy officially joins American Athletic Conference
    NAVY FOOTBALL: After 134 years as an Independent in football, the Naval Academy officially became a member of the American Athletic Conference on Wednesday. Joining a conference in football had been discussed for nearly a decade and Navy formally...
  • Mike Green leaves Capitals for Red Wings

    Mike Green leaves Capitals for Red Wings
    Defenseman Mike Green signed a three-year, $18 million contract with the Detroit Red Wings, according to reports, formally closing the door on his tenure with the Washington Capitals. Green, a first-round draft pick of the Capitals in 2004 and a two-...
  • McDaniel names Euker men's lacrosse coach

    McDaniel names Euker men's lacrosse coach
    Keith Euker has been named McDaniel College's head men's lacrosse coach, announced by director of athletics Paul Moyer on Wednesday. "When we began this search, we believed we could attract a strong pool of candidates and we did," Moyer said in a...
  • South Carolina is counting a big year from Pharoh Cooper, Gamecocks are ranked No. 57

    South Carolina is counting a big year from Pharoh Cooper, Gamecocks are ranked No. 57
    Orlando Sentinel college insider Matt Murschel ranked all 128 Football Bowl Subdivision teams in the country entering the upcoming season. The Sentinel staff will take a closer look at a new team daily, counting backward from No. 128 to our projected No....