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  • Preview: UAB vs. Florida

    Florida has a quick turnaround for its consolation matchup against UAB on Thursday in the Battle 4 Atlantis on Paradise Island in the Bahamas, which is probably a good thing. The Gators suffered a crushing overtime loss to Georgetown in the first round 66-65, when the Hoyas' D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera made a jumper with 3.4 seconds left in overtime. The Gators' Kasey Hill's conventional three-point play with 11.5 seconds left put Florida up by a point, before Smith-Rivera drained the winner.
  • Wednesday's local interest college basketball roundup: Smith, Bibbs spark Hokies past Miami of Ohio; W&M women overcome VCU

    MEN: Thanks to a smothering first-half defensive performance and a pair of big nights by their guards, Virginia Tech defeated Miami of Ohio 78-63 Wednesday night in the third-place game of the Cancun Challenge's top division in Mexico. Adam Smith scored...

    Sunday's local colleges roundup (minus basketball): CNU men's soccer advances to Elite Eight; U.Va. men, women also advance in Division I Tournament

    Men’s soccer: Ryan Balfour had a goal and an assist to help Christopher Newport beat 12th-ranked Whitworth 3-2 in Gambier, Ohio. The Captains (19-3-4) advanced to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Division III Tournament and next will play Ohio...

    Preview: Robert Morris at Georgetown

    SportsDirect Inc. Preview: Robert Morris at Georgetown Picked second in the Big East preseason poll and boasting its preseason player of the year, things look promising for Georgetown. The Hoyas are off to a 2-0 start as they prepare to host Robert Morris...

    Geno Puts Stanford In Rearview, Tells UConn Women To Move On

    Geno Puts Stanford In Rearview, Tells UConn Women To Move On
    STORRS — For just the 57th time since the end of the 1993 NCAA Tournament, Geno Auriemma convened practice this week with one foremost aspiration. It was time for the Huskies to move on. Granted, Monday's overtime loss at Stanford was profound, as...