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  • Trinity Football Aiming For Undefeated Season

    Trinity Football Aiming For Undefeated Season
    Two pictures hang on the wall of the Trinity football weight room. One shows Middlebury celebrating a victory against the Bantams on Oct. 26, 2013. The other is of Amherst celebrating a win against the Bantams a week later. Those losses in Weeks 6 and 7...
  • Wittman frustrated by lack of ball movement

    Wittman frustrated by lack of ball movement
    Preseason Pelicans@Wizards Royal Farms Arena Monday, 7 p.m. TV: Comcast SportsNet Radio: 99.1 FM, 1500 AM Wizards to play preseason game here Monday Washington Wizards coach Randy Wittman was discouraged by his team's stagnant offense in the...
  • UConn Women Skate To 2-2 Tie Against Syracuse

    Women's Hockey Annie Belanger made 37 saves to help the UConn women to a 2-2 tie at Syracuse Sunday in Syracuse, N.Y. The draw moves the Huskies to 2-3-2 on the season, while the Orange go to 1-1-4 after tying their fourth consecutive Hockey East...
  • UHart Basketball Kicks Off With Midnight Mania

    WEST HARTFORD — Hartford women's basketball coach Jen Rizzotti got back from the FIBA World Championships in Turkey on Oct. 6. Hartford practice started Oct. 8. "My enthusiasm for wanting to get going was really high because I hadn't been here,"...
  • Saturday's local interest college football roundup: Norfolk State stifles Savannah State, goes to 2-0 in MEAC

    FCS: Norfolk State 14, Savannah State 7: Tyler Clark threw a touchdown pass and ran for the tiebreaking score Saturday as Norfolk State held off Savannah State in a Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference game in Georgia. Both teams have struggled offensively...
  • St. Joe's Mapusaga Brings Taste Of Hawaii To West Hartford

    St. Joe's Mapusaga Brings Taste Of Hawaii To West Hartford
    Over the past few weeks, Tiffany Mapusaga has been introduced to some late-summer/early-fall activities by her new teammates on the St. Joseph volleyball team. Apple picking and river tubing had never been options. Even window shopping at Blue Back Square...
  • CAA football returns stars, again has top-shelf teams for 2014

    CAA football returns stars, again has top-shelf teams for 2014
    Everyone is undefeated, a slew of all-conference players return, and Jimmye Laycock is open to suggestion on his quarterback situation. The Colonial Athletic Association holds its annual preseason football media gabfest Wednesday in Baltimore, flush off...
  • Central Football: Keeping Focus After Upset Victory

    A college football coach's job, so long as there is another game to prepare for, is to focus on what was wrong with his team's most recent performance. A prolonged sense of satisfaction is experienced only if the final game of the season is won, because a...
  • Pincince New Haven Debut Among Six State College Football Games Saturday; Chargers Host West Chester

    Chris Pincince makes his debut as New Haven coach Saturday at DellaCamera Stadium as the Chargers host West Chester, the No. 10-ranked team in Division II, in the season opener for both teams. Kickoff is scheduled for 1 p.m.   Pincince, the 10th coach...
  • Former Terps assistant Greg Gattuso settling in as Albany's head football coach

    Former Terps assistant Greg Gattuso settling in as Albany's head football coach
    Succeeding Bob Ford as only the second head coach of the Albany football program might seem like a daunting task. But Greg Gattuso has some experience to lean on. Gattuso, Maryland's defensive line coach for the past three years, previously worked for...
  • State Colleges: Riker Has Camels Off To A Fast Start

    State Colleges: Riker Has Camels Off To A Fast Start
    Coach Norm Riker was hired before the 2011 season to push the Conn College women's soccer team to the top of the NESCAC and to make the Camels an annual player on the national scene. He understood the project would take time. The Camels won four games...