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  • Thursday's multi-sport college and local roundup: CNU stays alive in Capital baseball tournament by routing Wesley

    COLLEGES: Baseball: Christopher Newport stayed alive in the CAC playoffs in Frostburg, Md., eliminating Wesley 18-5. The Captains had 17 hits. Craig Johnson was 4-for-5 with four RBI and two runs, Keith Roberts was 3-of-7 with three RBI and three...
  • Thursday's 4/16 local schedule (updated Wednesday AM)

    COLLEGES Baseball Capital Athletic Conference tournament (at Frostburg State): TBA (play starts at 9 a.m.) Softball Longwood at Norfolk State (doubleheader), 5 Capital Athletic Conference tournament (at Christopher Newport): No. 5 York (Pa.)...
  • Lehigh baseball team falls to Delaware

    Lehigh baseball team falls to Delaware
    The Lehigh baseball team played with passion aplenty in winning its last two Patriot League series. The Mountain Hawks could not muster the same effort for Tuesday's nonleague game against Delaware. Blue Hens left-hander Kevin Milley breezed through...
  • Lacrosse Q&A with CBS Sports Network's Evan Washburn

    Lacrosse Q&A with CBS Sports Network's Evan Washburn
    CBS Sports Network men’s lacrosse analyst Evan Washburn provided commentary on No. 19 Navy’s 10-7 victory over Patriot League rival Army on Saturday. Washburn, a former defenseman for Delaware, will cover Saturday’s game between No. 6...
  • Towson men's lacrosse hoping Justin Mabus' burst at Delaware is a sign of things to come

    Towson men's lacrosse hoping Justin Mabus' burst at Delaware is a sign of things to come
    Three Towson players recorded a hat trick in Saturday’s 12-7 victory over Colonial Athletic Association rival Delaware, including senior midfielder Justin Mabus. That was significant because in one game Mabus matched his entire season output in...
  • Maryland's Casey Ikeda, Johns Hopkins' Ryan Brown among weekly lacrosse honorees

    Men's college lacrosse: Maryland senior defender Casey Ikeda was honored as Big Ten Conference Defensive Player of the Week for the fourth time this season. He caused two turnovers and picked up one ground ball in a 12-5 win over Penn State on Saturday....
  • Bangor softball team trying to weather the storm

    Bangor softball team trying to weather the storm
    It has become almost an everyday occurrence in this spring of coaches', players', umpires' and athletic directors' discontent. ADs check on fields and when they find them unplayable, they call other ADs to postgame games and reschedule them. And then...
  • The week ahead for Maryland men's college lacrosse teams

    The week ahead for Maryland men's college lacrosse teams
    No. 3 Maryland (10-1) Coming up: at Rutgers, Sunday, 6 p.m. Comment: The Terps have won 23 of 24 meetings with the Scarlet Knights, including the last five. Sophomore attackman Matt Rambo, who leads the team in goals (21) and points (29), was added to...
  • Saturday's multi-sport college and local roundup: No. 21 CNU sweeps softball doubleheader at No. 2 Salisbury

    COLLEGES: Softball: Christopher Newport ranked 21st in Division III, swept No. 2 Salisbury by 7-1 and 13-2 scores Saturday in a Capital Athletic Conference doubleheader in Maryland. Salisbury (20-3, 8-2) had given up only 23 runs all season until...
  • W&M women fall in CAA tournament quarterfinals to Hofstra

    UPPER MARLBORO, Md. — A William and Mary women's basketball team on the rise ended its season with a fall to Hofstra 64-51 in a Colonial Athletic Association tournament quarterfinal Friday at the Show Place Arena. The Tribe (15-15) has not won a...
  • Thursday's local interest women's college basketball roundup: Simms sparks ODU to C-USA tournament semifinals

    The Old Dominion women gained their second victory in two nights in Birmingham, Ala., beating Texas-San Antonio 63-49 Thursday to reach the semifinals of the Conference USA tournament. Jennie Simms had 27 points and nine rebounds for the fifth-seeded...