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  • Retiring CAA commissioner Tom Yeager has earned more tranquil sailing

     Retiring CAA commissioner Tom Yeager has earned more tranquil sailing
    Issues aplenty confronted the Collegiate Commissioners Association during its annual meetings this week in Asheville, N.C. An early signing period for football; NCAA reforms and governance; ongoing legal challenges to the very foundation of college sports.
  • 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...

    W&M, ODU have tough paths in baseball conference tournaments

    Old Dominion and William and Mary must come from off the pace to make noise in their upcoming conference baseball tournaments. The Tribe finished sixth in the Colonial Athletic Association and took the last spot in the tournament, beginning Wednesday in...

    Gould leads William and Mary's baseball team into final CAA homestand

    Gould leads William and Mary's baseball team into final CAA homestand
    WILLIAMSBURG — Charley Gould could always hit. That was a given. His coaches and teammates expected a productive season. So did he. But flirting with .400? Leading the Colonial Athletic Association in multiple categories? Reaching base in every...

    Postscript from High Point vs. Towson men's lacrosse

    Postscript from High Point vs. Towson men's lacrosse
    Since Towson began play in the Colonial Athletic Association, Alec Burckley has won 60.1 percent (86-of-143) of his faceoffs and scooped up 51 ground balls. But the sophomore doesn’t have much of an explanation for his recent surge. “...