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  • Friday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Carter becomes first Hokie to reach NCAA wrestling finals

    Colleges: Wrestling: Virginia Tech 141-pounder Devin Carter, who missed much of the season because of injury, became the first Hokie ever to advance to an NCAA championship match. He won 12-3 against North Carolina’s Evan Henderson in a...
  • Saturday's college baseball roundup: W&M's Katz continues tear in Tribe romp

    Michael Katz, the NCAA leader in home runs and RBI, continued his early tear, driving in five runs as William and Mary routed Brown 16-4. The Tribe had 20 hits. ... No. 25 Miami upended No. 3 Virginia 7-1 in Coral Gables, Fla., breaking the game open...
  • Wilson named C-USA pitcher of the week

    FAU's Amanda Wilson was named Conference USA Co-Pitcher of the Week, the conference office announced Monday. She shared the honor with Lauren Poole of North Texas. Wilson appeared in three of the four games FAU played last week. She threw two perfect...
  • Tuesday's multi-sport local college roundup: Rice hires VCU assistant Rhoades as head basketball coach

    Men's basketball: VCU assistant Mike Rhoades agreed to a five-year deal to become Rice’s head coach, multiple sources reported Tuesday. That made Rhoades the fourth aide to Shaka Smart to gain a current Division I head-coaching job, joining Mike...
  • UCF spring season Twitter Q&A

    UCF spring season Twitter Q&A
    Two weeks into the spring football season and with the basketball campaign behind us, now is a good time to step back and answer some UCF-related questions. I asked for some reader questions on Twitter, and these are the queries people threw out there....
  • Thursday's multi-sport local college roundup: ODU declines 2015 football game at Alabama because of full non-C-USA schedule

    Football: Old Dominion athletic director Wood Selig recently declined the opportunity to play at Alabama in 2015 because the Monarchs’ schedule was full with four non-conference games, the Virginian-Pilot reported. The Monarchs would have gotten...
  • FAU blanked by Marshall 5-0

    FAU blanked by Marshall 5-0
    FAU's bats must think Friday's game started at 7 p.m. Five Marshall pitchers combined to allow four hits and no runs Friday in a 5-0 Thundering Herd win that started four hours earlier than originally scheduled because of inclement weather in West...
  • Saturday's multi-sport college roundup: Pittsburgh ends No. 1 Virginia's baseball winning streak at nine

    Baseball: Pittsburgh upended No. 1 Virginia 2-1 Saturday, ending the Cavaliers’ nine-game win streak on Jordan Frabasillo’s game-ending sacrifice fly. Connor Jones of Chesapeake finally yielded his first run against ACC competition in 19...
  • FAU collapses late in series-clinching loss to Marshall

    FAU collapses late in series-clinching loss to Marshall
    BECKLEY, W. Va. (April 5, 2014) – In a tie game in the eighth inning, the FAU baseball team committed four two-out errors, allowing Marshall to score five runs to take a 7-3 victory on Saturday. The Owls (16-14, 4-10 C-USA) loaded the bases with...
  • UCLA vs. Tulsa: Facts & figures

    UCLA begins play in its 46th NCAA tournament Friday when it takes on Tulsa in San Diego in the second round of the South Regional. Here are a few facts and figures about the Bruins, the Golden Hurricane and the tournament:   • The Bruins are...
  • Tulsa looks for history to repeat itself

    Twenty years ago, Ed O'Bannon's geography skills suffered an unfortunate lapse after the UCLA star learned the Bruins would play Tulsa in the NCAA tournament's first round. "To tell you the truth," O'Bannon said at the time, "I didn't even know Tulsa...