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  • Ivy League men's lacrosse outlook for 2015

    Ivy League men's lacrosse outlook for 2015
    Team on top: Last season was the 11th time in the past 12 years that Cornell captured at least a share of the Ivy League championship. The Big Red have the personnel to make another strong run at a title. They return eight starters, including their entire...
  • Led By Nwakamma, Hartford Starting To Find Its Groove

    Led By Nwakamma, Hartford Starting To Find Its Groove
    Midway through a 15-minute conversation about his team Wednesday morning, Hartford senior forward Mark Nwakamma found himself going back and forth between what is frustrating and what is encouraging. It was probably fitting. The Hawks, a team with a...
  • Regional Digest: Eastern Shells Keene State 95-71

    Men's Basketball Eastern 95, Keene St., 71: Trachone Preston, with 23 points, and five teammates in double figures led Eastern St. (14-3, 6-0 LEC) to a decisive 95-71 win over Keene St. (12-3, 4-2 LEC) in Keene, N.H. Women's Basketball St. Joseph 67,...
  • Tommy Amaker realizes dream of making Harvard basketball relevant

    Tommy Amaker is more dreamer than pragmatist. Always has been. He believed that Mike Krzyzewski, with little more than Chicago toughness, a West Point education and Bob Knight's endorsement, could coach Duke basketball back to national prominence....
  • Connections: Former Edgewater player to come home with Baylor

    Alexis Prince is coming home, and she is bringing one of the nation's top women's basketball teams with her. Prince, who led Edgewater to a state title in 2012, is averaging 7.6 points and four rebounds per game for ninth-ranked Baylor. The Bears (7-1)...
  • Quinnipiac Women's Hockey: One Loss, Many Gains

    The Quinnipiac women's hockey team went unbeaten over its first 16 games this season, along the way cracking the top five of the uscho.com national poll and staying there. The Bobcats (13-1-3) matched a program-best ranking of No. 4 in mid-November,...
  • Huskies Spread Christmas Cheer, But Columbia Will Be No Holiday

    Huskies Spread Christmas Cheer, But Columbia Will Be No Holiday
    HARTFORD — There is still roughly three-quarters of the season to play, and the Huskies, having hit the reset button once or twice already, have a chance to do it again. "I remember when I was this small," said Sam Cassell Jr., pointing to one...
  • Huskies Can't Look Past Columbia

    BRIDGEPORT — The Huskies have some idea how this works. Niels Giffey, after he spent a summer with the German national team, returned to Storrs a different, more assertive player last season, and that should still be fresh in their minds. So...
  • College hunt looms for first daughter Malia Obama

    Soon first daughter Malia Obama will be the decider, choosing which colleges to apply to and which one to attend beginning in the fall of 2016, as her father's presidency winds down. She wants to be a filmmaker, the president has said. Last summer...
  • College basketball ahead: Will UCLA make NCAA tournament?

    College basketball ahead: Will UCLA make NCAA tournament?
    Last season's national championship game was a clash of opposite forces in the world of college men's basketball. It was the old — Connecticut, led by senior Shabazz Napier — versus young — Kentucky's surging cache of first- and second-...
  • Hartford Women Beat Binghamton, 59-44

    WEST HARTFORD — Cherelle Moore had game-highs of 26 points and 12 rebounds to lead Hartford past Binghamton 59-44 at the Chase Family Arena. Moore was 12-for-19 from the field Tuesday night in 27 minutes. Teammate Amber Bepko, who was leading the...