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  • CAA again on good side of NCAA academic ratings

    With the NCAA’s annual data dump of academic scorekeeping, the Colonial Athletic Association’s athletic factories demonstrated again that they know their way around the classroom, or at least can tailor curricula to keep the jockocracy on good...
  • CAA's Yeager energized, optimistic after league meetings

    CAA's Yeager energized, optimistic after league meetings
    No one can forecast what the Colonial Athletic Association will look like moving forward, but commissioner Tom Yeager came away from the spring meetings far happier than a year ago. "From the outset, there was just a much better vibe," Yeager said...
  • CAA Spring Meetings, Football Update

    The Colonial Athletic Association wraps up five days of meetings at Hilton Head, S.C., on Wednesday, which conveys a couple of things: Their meetings are in better locales than yours and mine; they have a heck of a lot to address. Old members, new...
  • Elon to join CAA

    Elon University has called a 2 p.m. Thursday news conference, when school officials are expected to announce that they’re leaving the Southern Conference to join the Colonial Athletic Association. According to the Burlington (N.C.) Times News,...
  • Elon joins CAA, brings membership to 10 in 2014

    Elon University officials found an appealing blend of history, geography and exposure, while the Colonial Athletic Association was attracted to an upward trajectory and location. Both sides consummated a six-week courtship with official word Thursday...
  • CAA makes best of difficult situation

    CAA makes best of difficult situation
    Now that the excitement has worn off from the Colonial Athletic Association's food chain addition of Elon, it's worth asking: What did you expect? A moderately successful athletic program that's competed at the NCAA Division I level for all of 14 years,...
  • Friday's local college roundup: ODU (football), W&M (basketball) gain commitments

    Football: Ryan Londree, a 6-foot-3, 280-pound defensive lineman from Albemarle High in Charlottesville, committed to sign with Old Dominion in 2014, the Virginian-Pilot reported. Londree, who starts on both lines, committed to assistant coach Bill Dee...
  • Tuesday's college roundup: CNU's Chrismon named South Region Pitcher of Year

    Baseball: Christopher Newport’s Austin Chrismon (7-4), a Menchville High graduate, was named the d3baseball.com South Region Pitcher of the Year. He posted a 1.74 earned-run average and completed three of his 11 starts, striking out 86 in 78...
  • Saturday's local interest college basketball roundup: Lyons, Air Force upset No. 22 San Diego State

    Senior Michael Lyons of Newport News had 20 points, five rebounds and four assists to help Air Force beat No. 22 San Diego State 70-67 Saturday. With the score tied at 64, Lyons — a Woodside High graduate — hit two baskets to give Air...
  • Saturday's local men's college basketball roundup: Biberaj's big game sparks No. 17 CNU over Maryville

    Nik Biberaj had 24 points and 16 rebounds Saturday as Christopher Newport, ranked 17th nationally by d3hoops.com, gained a 79-71 win over Maryville (Tenn.), extending the Captains’ home winning streak to 19 games. CNU (13-2, 6-1) took the lead...
  • W&M's famine continues, thanks to dry spell in second half

    WILLIAMSBURG — William and Mary's lapses have varying lengths, characteristics and occur at different times of each game. The common thread is that every sequence leads to yet another frustrating, head-scratching loss. The Tribe's faceplant du...