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  • Whitehall High product Artim's final play at Holy Cross a memorable one

    Whitehall High product Artim's final play at Holy Cross a memorable one
    New Hampshire and Villanova, both featuring several local players, survived strong challenges in rivalry games last Saturday to secure first-round byes in the upcoming Division I FCS playoffs. The Wildcats (10-1) won the Colonial Athletic Association...
  • Virginia Beach arena could be magnet for college sports

     Virginia Beach arena could be magnet for college sports
    Hampton Coliseum and Norfolk Scope, our region's largest arenas, are functional at best. They are old, unappealing and lack prevailing amenities. A chairback seat, box of popcorn and supersized soda for the rank-and-file? Sure. A well-appointed suite,...
  • State football roundup: Towson drops season finale to winless Rhode Island

    State football roundup: Towson drops season finale to winless Rhode Island
    Dylan Smith kicked a pair of field goals as host Rhode Island ended a school-record-tying 15-game losing streak by beating Towson, 13-7, Saturday in the final game of the season for both teams. Smith's fields goals from 44 and 41 yards were the first...
  • CAA gets four teams in FCS playoff field

    Four teams from the Colonial Athletic Association are in the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs, including state teams James Madison and Richmond, as the 24-team tournament field was announced Sunday. CAA champ New Hampshire (10-1) is the overall...
  • Guard Astroth leads Towson over Central Connecticut St., 58-49

    Guard Astroth leads Towson over Central Connecticut St., 58-49
    Men's college basketball Guard Astroth leads Towson over Central Connecticut St., 58-49 Sophomore guard A.J. Astroth scored a career-high 14 points to lead Towson (2-1) to a 58-49 win over Central Connecticut State (0-3) in the CBE Hall of Fame...
  • Previewing Towson's football season finale at Rhode Island

    TOWSON (4-7, 2-5) @ RHODE ISLAND (0-11, 0-7) When: Saturday, 12:30 p.m. Site: Meade Stadium, Kingston, R.I. TV: Comcast SportsNet Audio: 1300 AM, TowsonTigers.com Series: Towson leads, 7-6 What's at stake: Last week's 37-14 loss to No. 22...
  • CAA honors Towson women's volleyball coach, six players

    CAA honors Towson women's volleyball coach, six players
      Towson volleyball's Don Metil was named Colonial Athletic Association Coach of the Year and six Tigers players were honored. Outside hitter Saitaua Iosia and opposite hitter Victoria Williams, both seniors, earned All-CAA first-team honors. Senior...
  • W&M tight end, aspiring coach Bo Revell returns from broken leg

    WILLIAMSBURG — Bo Revell wants to be a college football coach. The job would feed his competitive and analytical sides, not to mention keep him connected to the game he's loved since childhood. But Revell could have done without the impromptu...
  • Stakes high for William and Mary-Richmond rivalry

    Stakes high for William and Mary-Richmond rivalry
    WILLIAMSBURG — Georgia native Tyler Claytor's first exposure to the William and Mary-Richmond rivalry occurred as a high school student in an Atlanta gym frequented by former Spiders' All-American and then-Atlanta Falcon Lawrence Sidbury....
  • Five Lehigh Valley-area players, New Hampshire football program on record-setting run

    Five Lehigh Valley-area players, New Hampshire football program on record-setting run
    New Hampshire is on a roll again, but this one could be of record-setting proportion. Five Lehigh Valley-area players are along for the ride, though they hardly are spectators. The Wildcats won their ninth consecutive game last Saturday — 43-...
  • Wizards' Bradley Beal returns to practice, could play Friday

    Rasual Butler served as Washington Wizards shooting guard Bradley Beal's replacement until Monday, when Beal returned to practice for the first time since fracturing his left wrist during an Oct. 10 exhibition against the Charlotte Hornets. He underwent...