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  • Former Hokies AD Jim Weaver lived for family

     Former Hokies AD Jim Weaver lived for family
    Jim Weaver spent the final night of his life watching his son play baseball. He would have wanted nothing more. Diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 2004 and beset with myriad health challenges since, Weaver lived for family. His Virginia Tech family....
  • Regional Digest: Rock Cats Drop Another To Reading

    Rock Cats Drop Another To Reading For the second night in a row, the Reading Fightin Phils held the Rock Cats to just one run Wednesday night, on the say to 3-1 victory at New Britain Stadium. The Rock Cats' only run came on an RBI single by SS Pat...
  • Peninsula Sports Club showcases the best in area youth

    Robert Banks hasn't resided in Hampton Roads for more than 30 years, but on each flight home he secures a window seat, the better to see the region's unique vistas, the better to reflect on all he learned here. An all-state football player for Hampton...
  • Many former 'Stinner's Stars' have reunited to support their coach and play in special tourney

    Many former 'Stinner's Stars' have reunited to support their coach and play in special tourney
    Ed Stinner has had his share of memorable days in the sport of softball, like the day in June of 1990 when his Allen High Chicks won the state title in Shippensburg. He was thrilled again in 2009 to be at Shippensburg and watch his daughter, Deanna,...
  • College Update: Glendale college baseball transfers continue to produce at next level

    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Angel Rodriguez (Glendale Community College, 2014) Cal State Northridge baseball junior: An All-American and All-Western State Conference selection at Glendale, Rodriguez was an All-...
  • Lafayette women's basketball offering multiple summer camps

    Lafayette women's basketball is offering several summer camps in the coming weeks. There are three Elite Camps for those in grades 9-12: June 28, Aug. 8 and Aug. 10. The camp runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Cost is $100, which includes a T-shirt and a...
  • Thursday's college and local multi-sport roundup: Two former Longwood players from Peninsula sign with MLB organizations; Pilots lose to Salamanders

     BASEBALL: A pair of Peninsula players who starred for Longwood have signed professional contracts, becoming the 12th and 13th Lancers to join Major League Baseball organizations. Aaron Myers, an undrafted free-agent pitcher who excelled for Denbigh...
  • Tom Yeager retiring as CAA commissioner

    Tom Yeager retiring as CAA commissioner
    Though some might say he’s spent three decades in a small pond, Tom Yeager isn’t just a big fish within the Colonial Athletic Association. Highly respected on a national level, there’s little doubt he could have gone elsewhere had he...
  • Quinnipiac Introduces Greg Amodio As New Athletic Director

    HAMDEN — During a press conference Wednesday morning at the TD Bank Sports Center, Quinnipiac University President John Lahey mentioned outgoing athletic director Jack McDonald, who was sitting high in the arena seats, and incoming athletic director...
  • Jack McDonald Proud Of What He Built At Quinnipiac

    Jack McDonald Proud Of What He Built At Quinnipiac
    HAMDEN — He sat there alone Wednesday, watching, listening, at the top row of the lower bowl at TD Bank Sports Center. After Quinnipiac President John Lahey had introduced the school's new athletic director and Greg Amodio had spoken of his own...
  • Saturday's NCAA Super Regional baseball roundup: Miami ousts VCU, reaches first College World Series in seven years

    Saturday's NCAA Super Regional baseball roundup: Miami ousts VCU, reaches first College World Series in seven years
    Sam Abrams arrived at Miami five years ago, hoping to one day see the College World Series. He's finally going there. Abrams worked out of a bases-loaded, no-out jam to pitch four crucial shutout innings of relief, and the Hurricanes beat VCU 10-3 for...