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  • Sacred Heart Pounds Hartford, 71-53

    HAMDEN — With six seniors returning from a 17-win team, expectations are high for the Hartford Hawks. This is coach John Gallagher's fifth season and his team was picked second in the America East preseason poll. As the Hawks took the floor for...
  • UMBC men's soccer wins America East, earns NCAA tournament berth

    Gregg Hauck scored in the 76th minute, giving top-seeded UMBC a 2-1 comeback victory over No. 2 Hartford in the America East Championship Game Saturday night at Retriever Soccer Park. The Retrievers will represent the America East in the NCAA...
  • Albany ends second-seeded Terps' field hockey season

    Albany ends second-seeded Terps' field hockey season
    The second-seeded Maryland field hockey team threatened often throughout its NCAA Division I tournament quarterfinal matchup with visiting Albany, but the Big Ten Conference regular-season champions could not overcome a slow start in a 2-1 upset loss. The...
  • Maryland, UMBC could meet in second round of NCAA men's soccer tournament

    Maryland, UMBC could meet in second round of NCAA men's soccer tournament
    Fresh off Sunday's win in the Big Ten championship game, Maryland's men's soccer team has earned the No. 4 overall seed in the NCAA tournament. The Terps (13-5-3) have received a first-round bye and could face a local opponent in the second round....
  • Loyola beats UMBC, 45-38, in sloppy men's basketball game

    Loyola beats UMBC, 45-38, in sloppy men's basketball game
    In a game that neither men's basketball team appeared in a hurry to win, Loyola finally rose to the occasion. The Greyhounds overcame a woeful shooting performance and the absence of a key starter to outlast visiting UMBC, 45-38, before an announced 942...
  • Four local transfers have helped UMBC men's soccer to NCAA tournament

    Four local transfers have helped UMBC men's soccer to NCAA tournament
    It's not often four teammates on a club soccer team graduate from high school, go off to play at different Division I programs and then return to their hometown to complete their NCAA eligibility. But that's what happened when midfielders Geaton...
  • UMBC upsets Maryland, 1-0, to advance in NCAA men's soccer tournament

    UMBC upsets Maryland, 1-0, to advance in NCAA men's soccer tournament
    When the final whistle blew Sunday night, hundreds of UMBC fans leapt over the Ludwig Field fence, flooded the grass, and mobbed the celebrating Retrievers men's soccer team. On the other half of the field, many Maryland players covered their heads with...
  • State hoops: Wake Forest routs Mount St. Mary's

    State hoops: Wake Forest routs Mount St. Mary's
    Codi Miller-McIntyre had 11 points, eight rebounds and seven assists as host Wake Forest earned an 83-49 victory over Mount St. Mary's on Wednesday night. Cornelius Hudson had 10 points and four rebounds for the Demon Deacons (4-2), who have won their...
  • Yale Ends Hartford's Winning Streak

    NEW HAVEN — The best start in the University of Hartford's history in Division I men's basketball was halted thanks to a dominant second-half stretch by Yale on Sunday afternoon at Payne Whitney Gym. The Bulldogs turned a one-basket lead at halftime...
  • Hartford Men No. 2 In America East Coaches Poll

    The University of Hartford men's basketball team is coming off two consecutive winning seasons. And the Hawks have nine players returning. One of them, senior forward Mark Nwakamma, is a preseason All-Conference pick. All of it adds up to Hartford...
  • Braves name ex-O's coach Hart president of baseball operations

    Braves name ex-O's coach Hart president of baseball operations
    Baseball Veteran baseball executive John Hart, a former Orioles coach and minor league manager, has reversed course and accepted a three-year deal to become president of baseball operations with the Atlanta Braves, taking over Frank Wren's position...