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  • ODU wrestling earns national academic recognition

    Steve Martin might prefer that Old Dominion wrestling be the “Iowa of the East” competitively, but he’s more than OK with the program being the “Harvard of the South” academically. The Monarchs finished second nationally in...
  • No. 5 Denver cruises to 9-5 1st-round win over Tar Heels

    No. 5 Denver started a four-goal run late in the first quarter and led visiting North Carolina 5-1 at the break in a 9-5 Division I first-round win Saturday. Attackman Zach Miller and midfielder Erik Adamson paced the Pioneers (15-2) with two goals...
  • Potential Ivy League future awaits latest Aquinas transfer

    FORT LAUDERDALE - Returning players are important but in this day and age, transfers have found a way to make a difference in the area's high school football landscape. Transfers have helped perennial national and state power St. Thomas Aquinas become...
  • Daily Pilot Coach of the Year: CdM's Meyer made to coach

    Daily Pilot Coach of the Year: CdM's Meyer made to coach
    In three Corona del Mar High football seasons, Coach Scott Meyer has accomplished more during that short span than the school had in its previous 48 years. The third season led to many firsts for the Sea Kings. They claimed their second straight...
  • Review: 'The Opening Kickoff' by Dave Revsine

    Review: 'The Opening Kickoff' by Dave Revsine
    Quick quiz: When was this quote said about college football? "Football to-day is a social obsession — a boy-killing, education prostituting, gladiatorial sport. It teaches virility and courage … but so does war." This could be a critic of...
  • Baseball: Moskovits launches pro career in Canada

    Baseball: Moskovits launches pro career in Canada
    Like many recent college graduates, it's been hard for Danny Moskovits to find a job in his chosen field. Professional baseball player is one career an Ivy League education can't accelerate. Moskovits graduated from Harvard in May with a degree in...
  • As Ravens' starting fullback, Kyle Juszczyk looking forward to 'knocking heads'

    As Ravens' starting fullback, Kyle Juszczyk looking forward to 'knocking heads'
    The true litmus tests await Ravens rookie fullback Kyle Juszczyk during training camp and in actual games. That's when the former Ivy League standout will be tasked with colliding with NFL linebackers in live contact situations, hurling his 6-foot-1,...
  • Harvard fullback Kyle Juszczyk visited Ravens, source says

    Harvard fullback Kyle Juszczyk has visited the Ravens, a league source confirmed. The last player drafted from Harvard was quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, a 2005 St. Louis Rams fifth-round pick. Juszcyk is a middle-round to late-round draft target who...
  • Florida turns away Tennessee after losing quarterback Jeff Driskel

    Florida turns away Tennessee after losing quarterback Jeff Driskel
    GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- After starting quarterback Jeff Driskel was lost to a season-ending ankle injury, Tyler Murphy led No. 19 Florida to five scores in a somewhat ugly game, helping the Gators open Southeastern Conference play with a 31-17 victory over...
  • UCLA basketball: Alford's last game in Utah was a Harvard education

    It’s back to Salt Lake City for UCLA Coach Steve Alford, as his Bruins play Utah on Saturday afternoon. This was the scene of a red-faced moment for Alford … or, a Crimson-faced one. His last game as New Mexico’s coach was seeing...
  • Central Florida athletes are headed to the Ivy League

    Central Florida athletes are headed to the Ivy League
    By stereotypical standards, the Orlando-area athletes about to head off to Ivy League schools do not exactly measure up to the label of being a "geek," the term generally aimed at members of society who might be studious or intelligent or just plain...