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  • Seniors Help UConn Sweep Cincinnati In Final Home Series

    STORRS — The team breakfast was quiet Sunday morning, then Jordan Tabakman went back to his apartment to gather his thoughts. On to J.O. Christian Field — for the last time — he warmed up too early and had to wait to take the mound...
  • College roundup: Navy baseball team brings home Patriot League awards

    NAVY BASEBALL: The Midshipmen had a near sweep of the major Patriot League awards as announced by the conference office on Tuesday. Junior outfielder Sean Trent was selected as the Patriot League Player of the Year, junior left-handed pitcher Luke...
  • Warren grad Kristiyan Trukov earns tennis award at Marquette

    Warren grad Kristiyan Trukov earns tennis award at Marquette
    Warren boys tennis coach Greg Cohen had reason to smile. Marquette just completed its 2014-2015 season and Warren graduate and Golden Eagle sophomore Kristiyan Trukov was named the team's co-MVP. The sophomore won 15 singles match and his 23 total...
  • Terps get top seed in NCAA women's lacrosse bracket

    Terps get top seed in NCAA women's lacrosse bracket
    Three days ago, no mystery surrounded the selection of the No. 1 seed for the NCAA Division I women's lacrosse tournament. Defending champion Maryland was rolling into Friday night's Big Ten Conference semifinals intent on continuing a perfect season...
  • Women's college lacrosse roundup: Loyola upsets No. 3 Syracuse, 9-8, extends win streak

    Women's college lacrosse roundup: Loyola upsets No. 3 Syracuse, 9-8, extends win streak
    Emily Clark (North Harford) scored the eventual game-winner to give No. 14 Loyola Maryland a three-goal lead with 9:30 1/2 minutes left, and the Greyhounds (15-4) withstood a late rally to upset No. 3 Syracuse, 9-8, on Saturday. The victory extended...
  • Syracuse-Colgate breakdown from CBS Sports Network men's lacrosse analyst Evan Washburn

    Syracuse-Colgate breakdown from CBS Sports Network men's lacrosse analyst Evan Washburn
    CBS Sports Network analyst Evan Washburn will provide analysis for the network’s coverage of Saturday’s game between No. 1 and Atlantic Coast Conference tournament champion Syracuse (11-2) and No. 13 and Patriot League tournament-winning...
  • Men's Lacrosse: Georgetown's Hursey meeting his goals

    Men's Lacrosse: Georgetown's Hursey meeting his goals
    Before his first college lacrosse season began, Ryan Hursey sat down for his meeting with his new coaching staff at Georgetown. The coaches wanted to know what the 2014 Westminster High graduate's goals were for his rookie campaign with the Hoyas....
  • Who will the Gators hire to replace Billy Donovan?

    Who will the Gators hire to replace Billy Donovan?
    The Florida Gators are now looking to replace a legend. Billy Donovan’s decision to become the next head coach of the Oklahoma City Thunder forces UF athletic director Jeremy Foley to hire a men’s basketball coach for the first time in...
  • College lacrosse roundup: Towson men top Drexel, 11-8, head to CAA title game

    College lacrosse roundup: Towson men top Drexel, 11-8, head to CAA title game
    Behind career days from Ryan Drenner (Westminster) and Justin Mabus, third-seeded Towson advanced to its seventh Colonial Athletic Association championship game in men's lacrosse by beating No. 2 seed Drexel (7-8), 11-8, at Fairfield University on...
  • Regional Digest: Southington Wrestler Honored

    Wrestler Honored The National Wrestling Hall of Fame & Museum has announced the winners of the Dave Schultz High School Excellence Award for 2015. Created in honor of Schultz, an Olympic and world champion, the award is based on excellence in wrestling,...
  • Gibbs, Seton Hall Transfer, Could Be Appealing To UConn

    UConn figures to be shopping in the graduate-transfer market once again. Sterling Gibbs, a 6-foot-2 guard, announced Tuesday that he was leaving Seton Hall to play his fifth year of eligibility elsewhere. UConn could be his destination. A combination-...