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  • Thursday's local college roundup: No. 7 U.Va. beats No. 4 UNC in baseball series opener

    Mike Papi and Nate Irving each had three hits Thursday as No. 7 Virginia scored the game’s final eight runs and beat No. 4 North Carolina 10-4 in a series opener in Chapel Hill, keeping the Cavaliers’ ACC Coastal Division title hopes alive. .....
  • Friday's college multi-sport roundup: Younger Verlander, Gloucester's Burney spark ODU to win at JMU

    In college baseball Friday, Ben Verlander and Gloucester High graduate Joey Burney belted home runs to help Old Dominion win 7-4 at James Madison in a series opener in Harrisonburg. Verlander, batting .398 this season, is showing he's much more than just...
  • W&M wraps disappointing season, looks ahead to next year

    Accommodating gent that he is, Jimmye Laycock thought for a couple of seconds before responding to a question that might not have an answer. Worse to lose close games in creatively agonizing fashion, or to be non-competitive and get blown out routinely?...
  • CAA Rewind, Comeback Edition

    It was Comeback Saturday in the Association, with a hearty “Welcome Back” for one of the league’s venerated figures. William and Mary picked up its first win of the season at the expense of the increasingly hapless Fighting Currys....
  • CAA Rewind, Defense Edition

    Harrisonburg was the center of the CAA football world as conference heavyweights James Madison and Towson engaged in a sumo wrestling match for three quarters and concluded with 10 minutes of offense. Quarterback Justin Thorpe’s two-minute drill...
  • With momentum, William and Mary prepares for JMU

    It could all crumble against James Madison's nasty-quick defense, but William and Mary has developed some offensive rhythm in the past couple of weeks, despite a revolving door at quarterback and now at running back. "I think we've done a pretty good...
  • CAA in transition as basketball season approaches

    A couple dozen Colonial Athletic Association officials and coaches had dinner Monday night in suburban Washington, D.C., in advance of Tuesday's annual basketball media gathering. After the meal, in jest, they presented Old Dominion coach Blaine Taylor...
  • College of Charleston board votes to begin talks with CAA

    The College of Charleston's Board of Trustees voted Friday to begin negotiations with the Colonial Athletic Association for full membership. Charleston didn't vote to leave the Southern Conference, its present home, only to talk to CAA officials about...
  • CAA Rewind, Record Edition

    Live long enough and you see everything: an actor becomes president; technology in the palm of your hand; a decent sitcom on ABC. Same holds true for college football, where Saturday produced one of those moments in our little corner of the world. Old...
  • Heinicke throws for 351 yards in Old Dominion's 53-27 win at Georgia State

    ATLANTA — Old Dominion quarterback Taylor Heinicke chose to play football 500 miles away from home, so not many friends, relatives and associates have had a chance to see him play. Although it wasn’t his best effort of the year, he still...
  • W&M perseveres through disappointments, close losses

    WILLIAMSBURG — Jerome Couplin III appreciates the phone calls and support, but he's weary of the refrain. Each week following another agonizing William and Mary loss, he said his phone rings and somebody on the other end tells him, "If only …...