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  • Sports TV and radio: Monday's 3/9 log (updated Monday AM)

    9 a.m.    Exhibition baseball: Kansas City vs. L.A. Angels (d.).--MLB Net. 1 p.m.    Exhibition baseball: Atlanta vs. Washington.--MASN, MLB Net. 1:30 p.m.    Soccer: Women’s Algarve Cup: Brazil vs. Germany (in Portugal).--FS1 3:30 p.m.  ...
  • Seniors lead UNC Wilmington to CAA quarterfinal rout over Charleston

    Seniors lead UNC Wilmington to CAA quarterfinal rout over Charleston
    Even if they didn’t bring much tournament experience to Baltimore, a senior-laden UNC Wilmington rode its veterans to a blowout quarterfinal victory to earn its first Colonial Athletic Association semifinal spot since 2008. Seniors Freddie...
  • William and Mary's pursuit of NCAA bid begins against Elon

    BALTIMORE — William and Mary earned the benefits that go with being the Colonial Athletic Association's No. 1 seed: an extra day to prepare, and a chance to scout Saturday's quarterfinal foe, which must play on short rest. The downside is that the...
  • Sports TV and radio: Saturday's 3/7 log (updated Saturday AM with matchups)

    7:30 a.m.    Soccer: FA Cup round 6: Reading at Bradford City.--FS1 7:30 a.m.    Golf: Africa Open third round (in East London, South Africa).--Golf 8 a.m.    Tennis: Davis Cup first round (doubles): U.S. at Great Britain and Switzerland at Belgium.--...
  • W&M's Thornton CAA Player of the Year

    W&M's Thornton CAA Player of the Year
    Marcus Thornton demonstrated early that he was a rare talent in William and Mary basketball history. He concludes his career with even rarer credentials. Thornton, who recently became the Tribe's career scoring leader, was the school's first Colonial...
  • Four-way tie for first suggests CAA tournament will be wide open

    Four-way tie for first suggests CAA tournament will be wide open
    Four teams had the opportunity to break their first-place deadlock entering the final week of the Colonial Athletic Association's regular season. Each eventually stumbled — three losing to teams in the bottom half of the league — which led...
  • Monday's multi-sport college roundup: Phoebus grad Daniel hits buzzer-beating 3 to lift Howard over Norfolk State; Hampton falls at Del State

    MEN'S BASKETBALL: James Daniel, a Phoebus High graduate, sank a 3-point shot just before the overtime buzzer Monday night to give Howard a 61-59 victory over Norfolk State. The Bison broke a 10-game losing streak to the Spartans. Norfolk State's...
  • W&M prepares for Hofstra with first place in CAA at stake

    W&M prepares for Hofstra with first place in CAA at stake
    When William and Mary coach Tony Shaver watches Hofstra, he sees a team similar to his own: a perimeter-oriented bunch capable of 3-point binges and marvelous offense that doesn't always defend to its potential. Making shots and, more important,...
  • Despite loss to Drexel, William and Mary clinches top seed in CAA tournament

    WILLIAMSBURG — Everything was in place for a celebration at William and Mary. Big crowd. TV audience. Best player in school history poised to culminate his career by leading the program to a conference title and No. 1 seed in the CAA tournament on...
  • State men's basketball roundup: Salisbury wins CAC title, 58-57

    State men's basketball roundup: Salisbury wins CAC title, 58-57
    From Sun staff reports Wyatt Smith (John Carroll) went 2-for-2 from the line with one second left to lift host Salisbury over Christopher Newport, 58-57, in the Capital Athletic Conference championship game Saturday. The last time the Sea Gulls (20-7)...
  • Towson men's lacrosse doesn't overwhelm Mount St. Mary's, but wins 7-4

    Towson men's lacrosse doesn't overwhelm Mount St. Mary's, but wins 7-4
    The Towson men's lacrosse team won't win any style points for Friday's game at Mount St. Mary's, but in the end, the only points that mattered were the ones on the scoreboard. Unable to overwhelm a tougher-than-expected Mountaineers squad, the No. 17...