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  • Eagles make more adjustments to coaching staff

    Eagles make more adjustments to coaching staff
    One more assistant coach was added, another subtracted and two more reassigned, the Philadelphia Eagles announced or confirmed Tuesday. New to the staff is Princeton inside linebackers coach Stephen Thomas, who will be the Eagles' defensive quality...
  • Humility, attention to detail marked Dean Smith's career, life

     Humility, attention to detail marked Dean Smith's career, life
    As the final seconds of his milestone victory melted away, the capacity crowd rose and chanted his name. Dean Smith was about to become major college basketball's all-time winningest coach, and his North Carolina Tar Heels, leading Colorado by 17 points,...
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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...
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  • Terps' freshman Megan Whittle added to Tewaaraton Watch List

    Terps' freshman Megan Whittle added to Tewaaraton Watch List
    Maryland freshman attacker Megan Whittle was one of three women's lacrosse players added to the Tewaaraton Award watch list on Thursday. The McDonogh graduate, who is second on the Terps team with 25 goals, is the only freshman on the list. Last year&...
  • Wednesday's local interest college basketball roundup: Spiders hang on, advance to NIT second round

    MEN: NIT: Terry Allen had 21 points and 11 rebounds and Richmond held off a furious second-half rally to beat St. Francis of Brooklyn, N.Y., 84-74 Wednesday night at Robins Center in the first round of the National Invitation Tournament. The Spiders...
  • Hampton U. women refocused for WNIT opportunity

    Hampton U. women refocused for WNIT opportunity
    When Hampton University women's basketball coach David Six addressed his players earlier this week in preparation for the Women's NIT, he invoked one of the Pirates' men's players. Not leading scorer and rebounder Dwight Meikle. Not MEAC tournament...
  • Monday's local colleges roundup: Virginia to play at ODU in first round of WNIT; Hampton, Radford and Richmond also make 64-team field

    Women's basketball: Virginia (17-13) will play at Old Dominion (20-12) on Thursday in the first round of the Women’s National Invitation Tournament. The game time will be announced on Tuesday. Hampton, Radford and Richmond also made the 64-...
  • Notre Dame sets sights on another tourney run

    Notre Dame sets sights on another tourney run
    Pat Connaughton sat down to field questions Sunday in the Notre Dame Basketball Auditorium. He had a net from Saturday's ACC Tournament championship win against North Carolina around his neck. Notre Dame hopes it's just the first of several nets...
  • Hampton, U.Va., VCU await NCAA tournament destinations, opponents

     Hampton, U.Va., VCU await NCAA tournament destinations, opponents
    Selection Sunday in our fair commonwealth is about the micro. The macro of which state teams play in the NCAA basketball tournament has been answered — Virginia, Hampton and VCU are assured of bids. What's left are the details: seedings, venues...