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  • Dieruff receives sportsmanship award from local football officials

    Dieruff receives sportsmanship award from local football officials
    The reconstruction of the Dieruff football program can't be judged by wins alone. While the Huskies have won nine games over the last two years after going 7-92 over the previous decade, progress can be measured in less subtle ways. The officials...
  • Friday's multi-sport college and local roundup: JMU men advance to CAA soccer final

    COLLEGES: Men's soccer: CAA: No. 6 seed James Madison beat No. 2 UNC Wilmington 2-0 to reach the Colonial Athletic Association final in Newark, Del. The Dukes will return Sunday to face the winner between No. 1 Delaware and No. 5 Northeastern....
  • 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...
  • 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....
  • 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...
  • Sluggish ODU gets 58-46 win

    Trey Freeman led all scorers with 22 points Monday night as Old Dominion took third place in the 15th Paradise Jam, knocking off Gardner-Webb 58-46 at the UVI Sports and Fitness Center in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands. But it might have been what Freeman...
  • Four Towson football players named to All-CAA first team

    Four Towson football players named to All-CAA first team
    Four Towson players -- senior defensive end Ryan Delaire, senior cornerback Tye Smith, sophomore running back Darius Victor and senior return specialist Derrick Joseph -- were selected to the All-Colonial Athletic Association first team Tuesday....
  • W&M football falls short of postseason goals, but sees progress

    William and Mary football concluded the 2014 season in the same manner as the year before: with a 7-5 record and a loss to rival Richmond in the finale that cost the team a playoff berth. Results aside, the two seasons could not have unfolded more...
  • 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...