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  • After long delay in Antarctica, Kim Pursley finishes seventh marathon

    After long delay in Antarctica, Kim Pursley finishes seventh marathon
    Running Although poor weather conditions kept her from the seven-day goal of her Triple 7 Quest series, Kim Pursley has returned home after successfully running seven marathons on seven continents. Pursley, 44, of Forest Hill was 20 minutes from landing...
  • State basketball: Sacred Heart men top the Mount, 62-55

    State basketball: Sacred Heart men top the Mount, 62-55
    De'von Barnett scored 17 points to help lift Sacred Heart to a 62-55 win over host Mount St. Mary's on Thursday night. Steve Glowiak contributed 14 points, hitting all but one of his five shots from behind the arc, and Jordan Allen added 12 points to go...
  • State men's basketball roundup: UNC Wilmington able to fend off Towson, 73-69

    State men's basketball roundup: UNC Wilmington  able to fend off Towson, 73-69
    Addison Spruill scored 26 points to help visiting UNC Wilmington hold off a spirited upset bid by Towson, 73-69, on Saturday. The Seahawks (16-11, 11-5 Colonial Athletic Association) bounced back after losing to Delaware, 70-59, on Thursday night, and...
  • State teams in thick of college basketball's tightest conference races

    State teams in thick of college basketball's tightest conference races
    Portending a wild March in Virginia, college basketball’s three most-clustered league races involve teams from the commonwealth. Logjams at the top. Hoards lurking in the shadows. Clashes between contenders on the horizon. Such is life in the...
  • Thursday's local interest college basketball roundup: UNCW's loss at Delaware leaves four teams tied atop CAA

    MEN: Host Delaware beat UNC Wilmington 70-59 behind Marvin King-Davis’ 16 points and eight rebounds Thursday night, forming a four-way tie for first place in the Colonial Athletic Association. UNCW, William and Mary, Northeastern and James...
  • Notebook: Terps, Tar Heels keeping rivalry from ACC days alive

    Notebook: Terps, Tar Heels keeping rivalry from ACC days alive
    When the No. 1 Maryland women meet No. 2 North Carolina in College Park Saturday at noon, it will mark the 20th year of the rivalry, but the first without Maryland in the Atlantic Coast Conference. For both coaches — Maryland's Cathy Reese, who...
  • Ex-Oriole Bruce Chen agrees to minor league deal with Indians

    Ex-Oriole Bruce Chen agrees to minor league deal with Indians
    Bruce Chen is getting a chance to pitch for an 11th team in the majors. The well-traveled left-hander, who won a career-high 13 games with the Orioles in 2005, has agreed to a minor league contract with the Cleveland Indians, a person familiar with the...
  • W&M prepares for final road tests without injured starter Dixon

    W&M prepares for final road tests without injured starter Dixon
    To hear William and Mary coach Tony Shaver talk, his team could learn from the hardy Bostonians they encountered this week. The winter storm that smacked Virginia, as well as much of the Southeast, caused the Tribe to leave Monday, a day earlier than...
  • State's top basketball teams hurting as postseason beckons

     State's top basketball teams hurting as postseason beckons
    As Hampton Roads auditions its weather for Winter Olympics consideration — speedskating on Lake Maury? Alpine skiing at Mount Trashmore? — we welcome you to the walking-wounded stage of the state's college basketball regular season....
  • William and Mary again falls to Delaware, 73-70

    William and Mary again falls to Delaware, 73-70
    WILLIAMSBURG — Add the William and Mary-Delaware series to crop circles, those big statues on Easter Island and that Confederate treasure that’s supposed to be buried somewhere in Bedford County as mysteries that defy explanation. The two...
  • Lacrosse roundup: St. Paul's Wynne leads No. 2 Notre Dame past Georgetown, 14-12

    Lacrosse roundup: St. Paul's  Wynne leads No. 2 Notre Dame past Georgetown, 14-12
    Freshman Mikey Wynne (St. Paul's) turned in a stellar performance in his first college game. The 6-foot attackman from Sykesville scored a game-high six goals to power the No. 2 Notre Dame men's lacrosse team past visiting Georgetown, 14-12, on Saturday....