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  • 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...
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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 opens CAA play with 67-66 loss to James Madison in women's basketball

    Towson opens CAA play with 67-66 loss to James Madison in women's basketball
    Precious Hall hit a pair of free throws with 17 seconds left to lift the James Madison women's basketball team to a 67-66 win over visiting Towson on Sunday in both teams' Colonial Athletic Association opener. Redshirt senior forward LaTorri Hines-Allen...
  • 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...
  • Pat Skerry likens picking leading scorer for Towson men's basketball to buying mixed nuts

    Pat Skerry likens picking leading scorer for Towson men's basketball to buying mixed nuts
    Towson’s offense has run into a drought of sorts, and the onus is on coach Pat Skerry to turn that around. One of Skerry’s approaches is playing as many guys as he can to find a reliable source for points, which has been a hit-or-miss...
  • Towson coach Pat Skerry hopes Walter Foster's performance vs. Elon becomes norm

    Towson coach Pat Skerry hopes Walter Foster's performance vs. Elon becomes norm
    The hero of Towson’s 57-53 win against Colonial Athletic Association opponent Elon on Monday night wasn’t leading scorer Four McGlynn or double-double machine John Davis. That honor fell to sophomore Walter Foster. Entering the game...
  • W&M women fall to CAA power James Madison, but continue progress under Swanson

    W&M women fall to CAA power James Madison, but continue progress under Swanson
    WILLIAMSBURG — Winning was a tall order for William and Mary's women's basketball team. The Tribe needed to be darn near perfect against James Madison, the CAA's gold standard, and receive some help from the Dukes. Didn't happen. JMU's pedigree...