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  • Colonial Athletic Association men's lacrosse outlook for 2015

    Colonial Athletic Association men's lacrosse outlook for 2015
    Team on top: Only three programs have captured back-to-back Colonial Athletic Association titles, and Drexel will try to become the first repeat champion since Delaware won in 2010 and 2011. The Dragons graduated five starters from last year’s squad...
  • Towson men can't keep up after halftime in 85-72 loss to William & Mary

    Towson men can't keep up after halftime in 85-72 loss to William & Mary
    The education of the Towson men's basketball team continues. The Tigers played visiting William & Mary, one of three teams leading the Colonial Athletic Association, to a 35-35 tie at halftime. But the Tribe opened the second half with a 11-4 run that...
  • First-place W&M prepares for southern road tests

    First-place W&M prepares for southern road tests
    William and Mary embarks on a southern road trip in an unusual position: alone in first place in the Colonial Athletic Association. The Tribe (14-7, 8-2 CAA) is solo first place in the league later in the season than at any point in the modern era,...
  • Saturday's local interest men's college basketball roundup: Tribe romps past JMU, holds CAA lead alone; Captains defeat York

    William and Mary is alone in first place in the Colonial Athletic Association, thanks to a game the Tribe rendered over seemingly before it began. Daniel Dixon scored 25 points, hitting 5-of-8 from 3-point range, to lead the Tribe to a convincing 84-...
  • W&M prepares for Hofstra with first place in CAA at stake

    W&M prepares for Hofstra with first place in CAA at stake
    When William and Mary coach Tony Shaver watches Hofstra, he sees a team similar to his own: a perimeter-oriented bunch capable of 3-point binges and marvelous offense that doesn't always defend to its potential. Making shots and, more important,...
  • Division I lacrosse preview for Towson

    Division I lacrosse preview for Towson
    Tuesday’s entry is the second of a series taking a look at each of the seven Division I programs in this state, according to their order of finish from last season. This is Towson’s turn. Overview: After a 2013 season in which the Tigers...
  • Defense carries W&M past Northeastern, into first-place CAA tie

    Defense carries W&M past Northeastern, into first-place CAA tie
    WILLIAMSBURG — Omar Prewitt stole the ball from his fanny, Terry Tarpey while in midair. And even with victory assured, Daniel Dixon elevated for a highlight-reel blocked shot. Such defensive intensity, nearly from start to finish, and in stark...
  • William & Mary repels Northeastern 78-62, forging tie for first in CAA

    WILLIAMSBURG — For the second straight game, a double-digit second-half lead dissipated for William and Mary. Unlike the disappointing loss Wednesday at Delaware, the Tribe stood its ground Saturday at home against preseason Colonial Athletic...
  • Wednesday's college and local multi-sport roundup: Coaches pick W&M third, Charleston first in CAA baseball race

    COLLEGES: Baseball: The College of Charleston was a unanimous choice to win the Colonial Athletic Association championship, as voted by the league’s head coaches. The Cougars won the conference tournament last season. They were followed in...
  • Wednesday's local interest college basketball roundup: Delaware erases 16-point deficit to upend W&M

    William and Mary’s chances of taking sole possession of the Colonial Athletic Association lead evaporated along with a 16-point lead Wednesday night as Delaware rallied for an 84-80 home victory. Omar Prewitt scored a career-high 30 points for the...
  • Tommy Amaker realizes dream of making Harvard basketball relevant

    Tommy Amaker is more dreamer than pragmatist. Always has been. He believed that Mike Krzyzewski, with little more than Chicago toughness, a West Point education and Bob Knight's endorsement, could coach Duke basketball back to national prominence....