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  • Wednesday's college roundup (basketball, indoor track, tennis): JMU beats Tribe in duel of 3-pointers

    A.J. Davis scored 27 points off the bench Wednesday and Devon Moore added 17 points and 12 assists to lead James Madison past William and Mary 81-71 in Harrisonburg. Marcus Thornton led the Tribe (9-13, 3-8 Colonial Athletic Association) with 22 points,...
  • Thursday's college roundup (basketball, football, wrestling): Freshman Powers propels HU to fourth consecutive victory

    About a month ago, Hampton University briefly had the worst rating in the country among the 347 NCAA Division I men's basketball teams. But how things have changed. Thursday night, the Pirates (9-13, 6-3 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) earned their...
  • Saturday's local college basketball roundup: Norfolk State improves to 10-0 in MEAC

    Norfolk State improved its Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference record to 10-0 and retained the league lead with a 74-56 victory Saturday over Delaware State at Echols Hall. It was NSU’s first win against the Hornets in their last six meetings....
  • State men: Towson tops Georgia State in OT

    The Towson men's basketball team had four players in double figures and outscored host Georgia State 13-5 in overtime to win, 90-82, on Saturday. Rafriel Guthrie had 23 points, Jerome Hairston had 17 and Marcus Damas and Bilal Dixon each had 14 for...
  • Wednesday's local college basketball roundup: W&M goes up big, holds off UNC Wilmington

    For the first 28 minutes Wednesday, William and Mary produced one of its best performances of the season. Then it got sticky, but the Tribe held on to beat UNC Wilmington 92-86 at Kaplan Arena. Marcus Thornton had 25 points, five rebounds and five...
  • CAA Rewind, Week 11

    Clearly, we have reached the point that requires chicken blood and ritual animal sacrifice. William and Mary has tried conventional means of achieving success, methods that have worked for, oh, mostly the last 25 years. Something stronger is needed....
  • Tribe down to No. 3 QB Graham after season-ending injuries

    William and Mary's revolving door at quarterback appears to have come to an end, with word that Raphael Ortiz and Brent Caprio have season-ending shoulder injuries. Michael Graham, a one-time starter but the No. 3 quarterback of late, will get the call...
  • ODU looks to solidify, enhance playoff position in final two games

    ODU looks to solidify, enhance playoff position in final two games
    NORFOLK — Recent history suggests that Old Dominion's win last Saturday secured a spot in the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs. The final two weeks will determine when and where. "I think first and foremost, my experience in this league...
  • W&M routs Georgia State 35-3 for first win

    WILLIAMSBURG - For four games, snake-bitten William and Mary seemingly couldn't catch a break. So in the fifth, the Tribe decided to create a few of its own. Seven forced turnovers later, the Tribe celebrated their first victory of the season courtesy of...
  • William and Mary's McBride becoming a playmaker

    Tre McBride didn't expect it would be easy. Playing Division I college football as a true freshman in a complex offense at a new position doesn't lend itself to seamless transitions. Still, McBride admitted that there were plenty of difficult moments...
  • Defensive Slippage at W&M

    William and Mary allowed Maryland just 236 yards of total offense and came up with four turnovers in the season opening 7-6 loss. The Tribe defense hasn’t been that effective since. Lafayette, Towson and Delaware all gained more than 300 yards, and...