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  • UConn Men Release Impressive 13-Game Non-Conference Schedule

    UConn Men Release Impressive 13-Game Non-Conference Schedule
    The finishing touches have been applied to UConn's 13-game nonconference men's basketball schedule, and it includes an impressive mix of high-major opponents, mid-major opponents and in-state opponents. The highlights, as previously announced, include...
  • East Stroudsburg University names Diane Decker head women's basketball coach

    Diane Decker, a former assistant coach and interim head coach at East Stroudsburg University, has been named the Warriors' head women's basketball coach, the university has announced through a press release. Decker comes to ESU from Bloomsburg...
  • Virginia and Villanova schedule two men's basketball meetings for the next two seasons

    Virginia and Villanova have scheduled two marquee men's basketball games for the next two seasons, beginning with a holiday clash Dec. 19 in Charlottesville. In addition to a meeting next season in John Paul Jones Arena, U.Va. and Villanova will play...
  • Remembering Bill Foster, Virginia Tech's southern gentleman of a coach

    Remembering Bill Foster, Virginia Tech's southern gentleman of a coach
    Whit Babcock wasn’t the first Virginia Tech athletic director to hire a basketball coach who had accomplished what the Hokies never have: advance three rounds in the NCAA tournament. Tech was reeling from three consecutive losing seasons in 1991,...
  • Transfer Rule That Has Helped UConn Stirs Debate

    It has become one of the most polarizing issues in college football and basketball, to some a form of "free agency" that is robbing schools of the players they develop, to others a chance to do what a college student is supposed to do — earn a...
  • Gilman guard Tyler Foster commits to Georgetown

    Gilman guard Tyler Foster commits to Georgetown
    Tyler Foster picked the perfect time to have arguably the best game of his young career. With Georgetown coach John Thompson III in the stands, Foster scored 27 points and grabbed six rebounds in leading Gilman to a 73-59 win over St. Frances on January...
  • Bryn Mawr lacrosse coach Wendy Kridel headed for a new 'adventure' in California

    Bryn Mawr lacrosse coach Wendy Kridel headed for a new 'adventure' in California
    After 25 years of coaching high school girls lacrosse in Baltimore, Wendy Kridel is ready for a new adventure. The Bryn Mawr coach is headed to California this summer to become National Director for Tenacity 10, which runs girls lacrosse camps around...
  • Jerian Grant would offer Hornets a bigger point-guard option

    Jerian Grant has a lot to offer an NBA team: A point guard who is 6-foot-5, four seasons of Big East and ACC experience and a last name with plenty of pro basketball history. Is that sufficient to make him a candidate for the Charlotte Hornets' No. 9...
  • Sun Hope To Prove Naysayers Wrong; Open Friday Vs. Mystics

    Sun Hope To Prove Naysayers Wrong; Open Friday Vs. Mystics
    UNCASVILLE — There is no psychological edge a team craves more than being dismissed or disrespected. "For me, it's a big motivator," said Connecticut Sun center Kelsey Bone. "You read all the predictions, and when people discuss what's going to...
  • Maryland vs. Denver men's lacrosse: Three things to watch

    Maryland vs. Denver men's lacrosse: Three things to watch
    Maryland has won all four meetings with Denver, including going 2-0 against the Pioneers in the NCAA Division I tournament. The Terps, who captured national crowns in 1973 and 1975, are 2-9 in championship finals and have lost in their last seven trips to...
  • Retired Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis nominated for 2016 College Football Hall of Fame

    Retired former Ravens star middle linebacker Ray Lewis has been nominated again for the College Football Hall of Fame. Lewis was nominated for induction last year, but wasn't selected. A former University of Miami consensus All-American and a runner-...