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  • UMBC men's lacrosse out of America East tournament for first time in league history

    UMBC men's lacrosse out of America East tournament for first time in league history
    Since joining the America East for the 2004 season, UMBC had maintained an annual presence in the conference tournament, winning it in 2006, 2008 and 2009. That streak of 11 consecutive appearances in the league tournament came to an end Saturday. The...
  • Regional Digest: UConn Drops Series Finale At No. 12 UCF

    College Baseball: Central Florida 5, UConn 1: The UConn baseball team scored first but could not hold its early lead in a 5-1 loss to UCF on Sunday at Jay Bergman Field in Orlando, Fla. The Huskies (22-13, 5-4 AAC) had won the first two games of the...
  • National lacrosse roundup: No. 4 UNC men hold off No. 2 Syracuse, 17-15

    National lacrosse roundup: No. 4 UNC men hold off No. 2 Syracuse, 17-15
    Fourth-ranked North Carolina improved to 3-0 in the Atlantic Coast Conference for the first time in 23 years as the Tar Heels earned a 17-15 win in men's lacrosse over visiting second-ranked Syracuse before an announced sellout of 6,004 on Saturday. The...
  • State lacrosse roundup: Loyola Maryland holds off BU rally

    State lacrosse roundup: Loyola Maryland holds off BU rally
    Grant Limone finished with 17 saves, and the No. 19 Loyola Maryland men's lacrosse team held off host Boston University in the final quarter to win, 8-6, on Saturday. The Greyhounds (7-6, 5-2 Patriot League) clinched a spot in the league tournament with...
  • Spirit's Krieger suffers head injury in season-opening loss

    Spirit's Krieger suffers head injury in season-opening loss
    Washington Spirit captain Ali Krieger, a probable U.S. national team starter at the Women's World Cup this summer, was taken off the field on a stretcher Friday night in Houston after suffering a head injury. Krieger, a Northern Virginia native and one of...
  • Assistant Tina Langley leaves Terps for top job at Rice

    Assistant Tina Langley leaves Terps for top job at Rice
    Tina Langley has resigned as associate head coach of the Maryland women's basketball team to accept the head coaching position at Rice. Langley was Brenda Frese's top assistant, helping the Terps reach the Final Four in each of the past two seasons....
  • Regional Digest: Trinity's Greason D-III Coach Of Year

    Trinity Hockey's Greason Named D-III Coach Of Year Trinity College hockey coach Matt Greason has been honored as the United States College Hockey Online (USCHO.com) Division III Coach of the Year. Greason, a 2003 graduate of Trinity, guided the Bantams...
  • Roundup: No. 1 Terps rout Rutgers, 17-5, in women's lacrosse

    Roundup: No. 1 Terps rout Rutgers, 17-5, in women's lacrosse
    Taylor Cummings (McDonogh) scored five goals to power top-ranked Maryland past Rutgers, 17-5, on Saturday. The Terps improved to 12-0 and 2-0 in the Big Ten Conference; the Scarlet Knights fell to 1-12, 0-2. The host Terps' 17 goals tied the team's...
  • On The Fly: Windsor Pair Team Up Again In NFL

    On The Fly: Windsor Pair Team Up Again In NFL
    Terrance Knighton and Chris Baker were classmates and teammates at Windsor High. They remained close as they pursued NFL careers, and the bond was not broken when they played for different teams. This season, the friends will again be teammates....
  • After 13-4 loss to Binghamton, 'embarassed' UMBC holds closed-door meeting

    After 13-4 loss to Binghamton, 'embarassed' UMBC holds closed-door meeting
    It took the Binghamton men's lacrosse team less than two hours to rout host UMBC on Saturday, but that wasn't the end of the Retrievers' day. They held a 50-minute, closed-door meeting after the 13-4 thumping at UMBC Stadium, letting loose equal amounts...
  • New Haven Reaches Sweet 16

    Aquillin Hayes had 18 points and 12 rebounds, helping the University of New Haven women's basketball team defeat Franklin Pierce 69-59 on Saturday in an NCAA Division II second-round game in Garden City, N.Y. Ashley LeBlanc added 15 points for New...