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  • Tuesday's local interest college basketball roundup: Norfolk State, East Carolina fall in CIT first round

    CIT: Norfolk State (19-15) fell 58-54 Tuesday at Eastern Michigan in the first round of the CollegeInsider.com Tournament. The Spartans, in their third straight postseason appearance, missed a chance to tie in the final seconds in Ypsilanti when...
  • College hoops players teach us how to tourney

    College hoops players teach us how to tourney
    So, seeds don't mean anything. Of the five Chicago college basketball players RedEye leaned on for March Madness expertise, three chose No. 4 seed Louisville as their tourney favorite or their dark horse. The Big Ten gets a lot of love, too. As the meat...
  • 'Fortunate' Loyola beats Georgetown, 10-9, for seventh straight win

    'Fortunate' Loyola beats Georgetown, 10-9, for seventh straight win
    WASHINGTON — Nikko Pontrello picked a good time to wake up from his mini-slumber. After being shut out in the first half, the junior attackman scored three goals in the final two quarters, including the game-winner with 51.4 seconds left to propel...
  • Postscript from Loyola at Georgetown

    Postscript from Loyola at Georgetown
    Late in No. 2 Loyola’s 10-9 decision over Georgetown on Tuesday night, the score was knotted at 9-9, and the Greyhounds had the ball. The starting attack and midfield were on the field – with one exception. Pat Laconi was a part of the...
  • College lacrosse roundup: No. 7 Hopkins women rally over No. 15 Hoyas, 11-10, in overtime

    No. 7 Johns Hopkins scored the last three goals, including Sara Taylor's game-winner with 4:22 left in overtime, as the Blue Jays won an 11-10, come-from-behind victory over No. 15 Georgetown in women's lacrosse Friday night. The host Hoyas (3-4) led...
  • Teel Time: Analytics show new Virginia Tech coach Buzz Williams adjusts to his talent

    Some words of caution for Virginia Tech fans judging Buzz Williams: The Hokies’ new basketball coach defies convenient description. Want Tech to play fast? Williams’ 2011-12 Marquette team ranked 16th nationally in possessions per game,...
  • UConn's Garden Highlights

    The winner of seven Big East tournaments at Madison Square Garden, UConn has been making memories in New York for decades. As the Huskies return to MSG for the NCAA's Sweet 16, a look back at some significant games in the arena. March 20, 1951: In the...
  • Mazzante's return to Hershey for state finals brought back a lot of memories; and not all were good

    While playing at Penn State, Kelly Mazzante scored the most points by a male or female in Big Ten history — 2,919. She went on to play in the WNBA for parts of seven seasons and was a member of two WNBA title teams. She even played in Russia,...
  • No. 2 Maryland beats Towson, 19-8, in women's lacrosse

    No. 2 Maryland beats Towson, 19-8, in women's lacrosse
    Towson kept the game close for nearly a quarter before No. 2 Maryland went on a 7-0 run and won, 19-8, Wednesday night. Kelly McPartland had a game-high six goals for the host Terps (12-0). Gabby Cha (Mount de Sales) gave the Tigers (5-5) a 1-0 lead 2:...
  • Madison Square Garden A Special Place In UConn History

    Madison Square Garden A Special Place In UConn History
    — Vin Yokabaskas has been ailing recently and confined to bed, but he couldn't pass up the chance to relive that special day one more time. "Well, it was the most exciting day of my life," said Yokabaskas, 84, as tears began to run down his...
  • Anybody Notice Which College Team Has Foothold In New York?

    Anybody Notice Which College Team Has Foothold In New York?
    NEW YORK — Each has a story to tell and all of them paid a lot of dollars to tell it. Yet in the end, the message that their passion sends is the same: Hey, John Swofford! Hey Jim Delany! Hey, ACC, Big Ten and the other power brokers in college...