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  • Trinity Wins At Home In NCAA Div. III Hoops

     Trinity Wins At Home In NCAA Div. III Hoops
    Jaquann Starks scored six points in a key 10-0 run, and the Trinity men's basketball team, which trailed by 16 in the first half, defeated Colby-Sawyer 60-55 on Friday in an NCAA Division III first-round game in Hartford. The Bantams will play Salisbury,...
  • Breaking down every early matchup in the NCAA Tournament

    Sixty-eight teams will begin the NCAA Tournament this week, all hoping to be the last one standing on April 6 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. But you can't win it all without winning one, so here is quick look at the matchups set on Selection...
  • Bruins hope their NCAA tournament bubble doesn't burst Sunday

    Bruins hope their NCAA tournament bubble doesn't burst Sunday
    The weekend was a numbers-lovers paradise that took us from Friday the 13th horror (ask Virginia and Duke) to the celebration of Pi Day (3.14159 …), where it was hard to differentiate the conferences from the circumferences. From there, all...
  • Postscript from Binghamton at UMBC men's lacrosse

    Postscript from Binghamton at UMBC men's lacrosse
    Closed-door team meetings are so rare for UMBC that coach Don Zimmerman can recall the program's last one. “The last time we had one of these was in 2008,” he said after the Retrievers had hashed things out for nearly 50 minutes following...
  • 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...
  • Albany beats Stony Brook 51-50 to win America East title

    When the final buzzer sounded, Albany's Peter Hooley was mobbed on his home court, fans and teammates reacting in disbelief after his winning 3-pointer. Just six weeks after his mother had died of colon cancer, the junior star from Australia hit a 3-...
  • Binghamton at UMBC men's lacrosse: Three things to watch

    Binghamton at UMBC men's lacrosse: Three things to watch
    UMBC has a 13-2 advantage all time in this series with Binghamton, but the America East Conference rivals have split their past four meetings. The Retrievers are 0-1 at home after losing to Towson, 11-7, a week ago, while the Bearcats improved to 1-1 on...
  • In Milwaukee, Marquette lacrosse begins unlikely success story

    In Milwaukee, Marquette lacrosse begins unlikely success story
    Upon first glance, it looks like a mistake. Marquette (7-0), a school that began playing Division I lacrosse only two years ago, is ranked No. 10 nationally, right behind traditional powers Cornell, Maryland and Virginia and only nine spots away from...
  • Albany Tops Hartford, Wins Fourth-Straight AEC Championship

     Albany Tops Hartford, Wins Fourth-Straight AEC Championship
    ALBANY, N.Y. — Sitting on the sidelines with her leg up on a chair, grimacing in pain, using her crutches to prop herself up to stand and cheer for her team — that was not how Hartford senior guard Amber Bepko envisioned her last college...