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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...
  • CAA looks inward after rough non-conference performance

    When the Colonial Athletic Association looks back on what so far has been an historically dismal season, it can respond: “At least we’ll always have Virginia.” Three CAA schools have dealt the Cavaliers their only losses of the season,...
  • W&M: B.W. Webb, Ryan Moody among those to watch at William and Mary

    THE COACH JIMMYE LAYCOCK 33rd year (213-151-2, all at W&M) Not much that hasn't already been said or written about Laycock. He's as much a part of William and Mary as the Wren Building and the Sunken Gardens. He's the reason football matters at William...
  • Friday's college variety roundup: W&M women upend another nationally ranked tennis opponent

    The Intercollegiate Tennis Association ranks 75 NCAA women's Division I teams, and William and Mary is not one of them. The way the Tribe is competing under first-year coach Tyler Thomson, though, W&M soon figures to be on the list. The only question is...
  • Saturday's local men's college basketball roundup: Tribe ends eight-game slide by rising to occasion vs. Towson

    William and Mary ended its eight-game losing streak by beating Towson 63-56 Saturday night at Kaplan Arena. The Tribe (8-11, 2-6 Colonial Athletic Association) scored 11 straight points after falling behind 54-52 on Marcus Damas' layup with 3:42...
  • Lady Monarchs fall to Pittsburgh 55-54 | Women's basketball

    NORFOLK — Old Dominion's final non-conference game of the season provided a 40-minute snapshot of the team's traits: youth and inexperience; energy; defensive intensity; rebounding deficiencies; inconsistency; and promise. The Lady Monarchs erased...