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  • Thursday's multi-sport local college roundup: W&M men surge into CAA soccer final with 6-3 win

    Men's soccer: William and Mary picked a great time for its biggest offensive output since 2009. The Tribe defeated UNC Wilmington 6-3 in a Colonial Athletic Association tournament semifinal in Philadelphia to reach Saturday's 4 p.m. championship game....
  • Friday's multi-sport college roundup: Williamsburg-area runners fare well in NCAA Southeast Regional

    Women’s cross country: William and Mary’s Emily Stites set a meet record to win the NCAA Southeast Regional championship Friday and led the Tribe to second place behind Virginia in the team standings on the Panorama Farms course in...
  • Davidson strengthens Atlantic 10 basketball

    Last year, Davidson declined an invitation to join the Colonial Athletic Association. This week, the Wildcats accepted membership in the Atlantic 10. Ah, the power of television and men's basketball. Both the Richmond-based CAA and Newport News-...
  • Teel Time: Atlantic 10 basketball remains formidable after realignment

    For all their disparate memberships and agendas, strengths and weaknesses, college sports conferences tend to operate on the same July 1-June 30 fiscal year. So the annual myriad realignment that plagues Division I and baffles fans became official last...
  • Teel Time: Projecting the NCAA tournament field

    And a good Selection Sunday morning to all! Just perused a mock bracket from Jerry Palm, the bracketologist whom I most respect. Our only disagreement: He has St. Mary's in instead of Colorado. One very interesting part of Palm's field: He seeded Old...
  • Teel Time: Hokies losing assistant Autry to Dayton

    The turnover on Virginia Tech's basketball staff continues with word that first-year assistant coach Adrian Autry has accepted a similar position at Dayton. Last season, Hokies coach Seth Greenberg lost assistants Ryan Odom and Bill Courtney, Odom to an...
  • ACC basketball needs coaches as good as 20 years ago

    ACC basketball needs coaches as good as 20 years ago
    During the early 1990s, ACC basketball was the model of stability. Each of the conference's nine coaches advanced in the NCAA tournament and remained on the job at least six years. Eight reached multiple Sweet 16s, and eventually, three won national...
  • Teel Time: Virginia Tech's Greenberg losing fifth assistant coach in four years as Ehsan heads to UAB

    Virginia Tech is losing an assistant basketball coach for the fourth consecutive season with word Monday from sources that Rob Ehsan is headed to the staff of new UAB head coach Jerod Haase. Ehsan spent just one season at Tech and is the fifth...
  • Teel Time: Virginia Tech AD says basketball program not underfunded

    Responding to continued staff turnover, Virginia Tech athletic director Jim Weaver on Friday forcefully rejected any notion that the school’s men’s basketball program is underfunded. Earlier Friday, news broke that associate head coach...
  • Wednesday's college roundup: W&M blanks ODU, clinches top seed in CAA women's soccer tournament

     Dani Rutter scored twice in the second half as William and Mary clinched the top seed and host role for the Colonial Athletic Association women's soccer tournament by beating Old Dominion 3-0 at Albert-Daly Field. More women's soccer No. 26 Virginia...
  • Who are the Bonnies? Meet FSU Tourney foe St. Bonaventure

     
    When they saw Florida State's opening-round NCAA Tournament draw Sunday night, many Seminoles fans' first reaction probably was, “St. Bona-who?” (If you were unable to watch games other than FSU's on Sunday, you probably really asked that...