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  • Here's what to look for during the 2015 college lacrosse season

    Here's what to look for during the 2015 college lacrosse season
    It's less than a week after Super Bowl XLIX and, believe it or not, some college lacrosse teams already have played regular-season games. But the season gets started in earnest this weekend with many of the top teams in action, including a matchup...
  • Kelvin Mills proud to carry Sanford torch at Ivy League Cornell

    Kelvin Mills proud to carry Sanford torch at Ivy League Cornell
    Not many people can say they turned down an opportunity to attend Harvard University. Kelvin Mills just happened to have another opportunity that will work out better for him, and he'll still be able to say he's a Ivy Leaguer. Wednesday was a proud...
  • The 40-year decision: How Lake Forest's Jack Traynor picked Dartmouth

    The regular signing period for football, soccer and men's water polo is today, with several area athletes committing to their colleges of choice. That group included Lake Forest linebacker Jack Traynor, who will continue his football career at...
  • Middletown's Highsmith (UConn), Thompkins (Brown) Commit

    Middletown's Highsmith (UConn), Thompkins (Brown) Commit
    MIDDLETOWN – Dario Highsmith delayed his arrival in an adjacent hallway so he wouldn't detract from Middletown teammate Isaiah Thompkins' signing his agreement letter to play at Brown. A best friend does that. After Thompkins had stood in front of...
  • Regional Digest: Hartford Picked Fourth In Preseason Baseball Poll

    Hartford Picked Fourth In Baseball Poll Hartford was picked fourth in the America East preseason baseball coaches' poll. Stony Brook was chosen first in a vote of the league's seven head coaches who were not allowed to vote for their own team. Maine is...
  • UConn Not The Only Established Program Having Rough Season

    UConn Not The Only Established Program Having Rough Season
    HOUSTON – UConn has some company in this difficult season. If the Huskies are destined to play in the NIT – and after losing 70-68 at Houston on Sunday, they will have to improve to get there – they will find some familiar foes....
  • Q&A with ESPN lacrosse analyst Mark Dixon

    Q&A with ESPN lacrosse analyst Mark Dixon
    The 2015 college lacrosse season is almost upon us, as Delaware plays at High Point on Sunday. Locally, the season begins in eight days when UMBC visits Johns Hopkins and Loyola Maryland welcomes Virginia. So it’s a good time to check in with ESPN...
  • Football: CdM's Carter commits to Georgetown

    Football: CdM's Carter commits to Georgetown
    Earlier this month, Corona del Mar High football coach Scott Meyer had one question for Harrison Carter. "Do you have any interest in playing for Georgetown?" Carter said Meyer asked him, and Carter quickly responded with, "Of course I would." Meyer...
  • 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-...
  • 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...