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  • Bombs away! College home runs up 40 percent with new flat-seam ball

    Bombs away! College home runs up 40 percent with new flat-seam ball
    OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — The new flat-seam ball in college baseball is having the desired effect, with teams hitting 40 percent more home runs so far this season. The NCAA announced Wednesday that teams are hitting a home run about every other game....
  • NCAA women's tournament could be missing some familiar names

    Some familiar names could be missing from the field when the NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament tips off later this month. Georgia has reached the tournament 20 straight years for the nation's fourth-longest active streak, but a late-season slide has put...
  • Regional Digest: Carla Berube Named NESCAC Coach Of Year

    Carla Berube NamedNESCAC Coach Of Year Former UConn women's basketball player Carla Berube, now the coach at Tufts, was named NESCAC women's basketball coach of the year. Mairead Hynes of Conn College was named rookie of the year and Sara Binkhorst, a...
  • Pitt senior Phillips-Nwankwo eyeing different path

    It would have been easy to bail. Nobody would have blamed him. Way too much work. Way too little reward. Way too much else going on in Aron Phillips-Nwankwo's life. Only he couldn't. What would his mother have said? When the rest of his family asked if...
  • Boys' basketball: Tyler Alfelor leads Franklin into City Section Division III final

    It's been a good year for Filipino connections. There's Kobe Paras of Cathedral, Sedrick Barefield of Corona Centennial and now Tyler Alfelor of Los Angeles Franklin. Only 5 feet 9, the senior scored 33 points in a City Section Division III playoff...
  • Lehigh, Lafayette coaches reflect on games never played and those they wished were never played

    THIRD IN A SERIES When Fran O'Hanlon toured Europe with a U.S. all-star team in the early 1970s, they often traveled all night in a Volkswagen bus. "We had to be flexible," he recalled. "Our only rules were to be on time for the games and don't get...
  • Stunning reversal lifts Virginia past Syracuse, to new heights

     Stunning reversal lifts Virginia past Syracuse, to new heights
    SYRACUSE, N.Y. —The Dress craze was weird. Llama Drama, too. Both paled to Virginia's 59-47 Big Monday victory at Syracuse. The Cavaliers, who averaged eight turnovers in their first 16 ACC games, committed 10 in their first 14 possessions. They...
  • Navy's Smith, UMBC's Joyce among locals to receive all-league honors

    Navy's Smith, UMBC's Joyce among locals to receive all-league honors
    Navy senior Worth Smith was selected first-team All-Patriot League. The forward is the first Midshipman to earn the honor since Chris Harris in 2010. Smith leads Navy this season in scoring (15.4 points per game), rebounding (5.5 per game), 3-point field-...
  • SEC's Slive leery of making freshman athletes ineligible

    Southeastern Conference Commissioner Mike Slive says it would be best to wait until after the NCAA's new initial eligibility standards take effect in 2016 before considering whether to keep freshmen off the field. Slive said in a statement to The...
  • Allen graduate Jalen Cannon looks to make history with St. Francis Brooklyn

    Allen graduate Jalen Cannon looks to make history with St. Francis Brooklyn
    Jalen Cannon keeps the video on his phone. Another copy resides on YouTube, available to him any time he sits in front of a computer. He planned to watch it one more time last weekend, a final reminder that all of St. Francis Brooklyn's regular-season...
  • Jahlil Okafor, Duke's star freshman, still a work in progress

    Jahlil Okafor, Duke's star freshman, still a work in progress
    Lakers and the lottery DURHAM, N.C. — The first things you notice are the hands. You've been told about them by everybody — on the record, off the record, it doesn't matter. They appear to shrink a basketball when shooting a hook,...