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  • Towson suffers record 37th loss in row; Coppin, Mount win

    Robert Nwankwo had 17 points and 13 rebounds, but they weren't enough as Towson fell to host Georgia State, 57-42, at the GSU Sports Arena on Saturday. The Panthers (13-4, 5-1 Colonial Athletic Association) held Towson, which has lost an NCAA Division I-...
  • State: Loyola men defeat Saint Peter's, 65-54

    Erik Etherly scored 13 points in the first half and finished with a game-high 19, leading host Loyola to a 65-54 win over Saint Peter's in Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference men's basketball Sunday afternoon. Robert Olson added 15 points for the...
  • State: Loyola men smother another foe, beating Saint Peter's, 66-55

    The Loyola men's basketball team built a 16-point lead Sunday and then fended off host Saint Peter's, holding its sixth straight opponent to 57points or fewer in a 66-55 win. The stretch of six straight foes under 60 is the longest in school Division I...
  • William and Mary loses to Georgia State, will be seeded 10th

    WILLIAMSBURG — In early December, William and Mary opened Colonial Athletic Association play by losing to Georgia State. In Saturday's CAA regular-season finale, the Panthers downed the Tribe again. Similarities between the two games end there....
  • William and Mary, ODU confidently head to CAA tournament

    William and Mary, ODU confidently head to CAA tournament
    When second-tier basketball teams have renewed hope, and Blaine Taylor dives heavily into horse racing references, it must be March and tournament time. William and Mary, among others, can partially offset a disappointing regular season with a run in...
  • Plethora of CAA gridiron plots to unfold in 2011

    Wednesday's 2011 Colonial Athletic Association football media day, to be held July 27 at Baltimore's M&T Bank Stadium, will be broadcast live on ESPN3. Here's a look at the top storylines online viewers can follow for each school. William and Mary...
  • Old Dominion's Colby Goodwyn makes most of opportunity

    Old Dominion's Colby Goodwyn makes most of opportunity
    The unhappiest person on Old Dominion's campus two weeks ago might be the most joyful on Saturday. It's been 11 months since Colby Goodwyn ran across the turf in front of the usual sellout crowd at Foreman Field. Some of that was his own doing, some...
  • Huskies Basketball Win Season Opener, 91-74

    Huskies Basketball Win Season Opener, 91-74
    ++++++++++++++++++++ ||   The Huskies finished with four players in double figures, led by C.J. Wilcox's 22 points, in a 91-74 victory over Georgia State on Saturday in the World Vision Classic. Darnell Gant (18 points), Tony Wroten (18 points) and...
  • CAA football to add Stony Brook, Albany in 2013

    Stony Brook and Albany announced Tuesday that they will join the Colonial Athletic Association for football only, beginning in 2013. The moves, long rumored but first reported by New York Newsday last Saturday, will give the CAA 10 football-playing...
  • ODU Schedules Down to Move Up

    As its Colonial Athletic Association brethren test themselves against Football Bowl Subdivision teams in non-conference games, Old Dominion has taken the other path – by design. ODU scheduled games against, shall we say, more manageable opponents...
  • CAA Rewind, Lopsided Edition

    This week’s CAA schedule included a lot of backups playing in the fourth quarter and empty seats in the stands at games’ end. The schedule was heavily weighted toward non-conference games, and the average margin of victory was 29.8 points...