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  • State Colleges: Top-Seeded Eastern Connecticut Loses

    Tom Doyle scored 30 points, and fourth-seeded Keene State defeated top-seeded host Eastern Connecticut 81-63 on Friday night in a Little East men's basketball semifinal in Willimantic. Dizel Wright added 17 points and Jeff Lunn 14 for Keene State (19-8),...
  • Football, academics both pave way for Bishop Moore DL Josh Keeler

    Football, academics both pave way for Bishop Moore DL Josh Keeler
    When it comes to brains and brawn, few football players have an equally talented mix of both.  Josh Keeler is definitely rare. The 6-foot-2, 296-pound defensive lineman has reached elite status in both the classroom and on the football field and it's...
  • Trinity Men's Squash Team Brings Home National Title

    HARTFORD – The Trinity men's squash team waited more than a decade to host the national championship. On Sunday, the Bantams made sure they didn't waste the opportunity. Led by freshmen Jim Evans and Rick Penders, Trinity defeated St. Lawrence 7-2...
  • College Roundup: First-Place Albany Defeats Hartford

    Junior swingman Ray Sanders scored a career-high 19 points, and America East men's basketball leader Albany bounced back from its only conference loss to defeat visiting Hartford 70-64 on Friday night. Sanders scored 15 in the second half, including a...
  • Notre Dame women's basketball coach job endowed by ex-player

    Notre Dame women's basketball coach job endowed by ex-player
    Notre Dame is the latest university to have a coach with a fancy title. Thanks to two former Irish athletes, Muffet McGraw now is known as the Karen and Kevin Keyes Family Head Women’s Basketball Coach. Karen Robinson Keyes, who played point...
  • Harvard's Defense Ends Yale's Streak At Five

    NEW HAVEN — In tradition-steeped rivalries, it is often the unyielding defenses that make the largest impact. Saturday night at Payne Whitney Gym, in a showdown for first place in the Ivy League, Harvard's defense was the difference. Harvard...
  • 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...
  • Yale Shuts Out Harvard, 3-0

    NEW HAVEN — Alex Lyon stopped all 24 Crimson shots and three different Bulldogs scored goals as Yale beat Harvard 3-0 before a packed Ingalls Rink in ECAC action. Lyon, who notched his fourth shutout of the season, became the school's career...
  • 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...
  • 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....
  • 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...