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  • Terps Trio: Antonio Barton, Red-White game impressions, spring AAU circuit

    Terps Trio: Antonio Barton, Red-White game impressions, spring AAU circuit
     Baltimore Sun reporter Don Markus, intern and Diamondback co-sports editor Josh Vitale, and editor Matt Bracken weigh in on the three biggest topics of the past week in Maryland sports. Should Mark Turgeon go after Antonio Barton to play point guard...
  • Friday's local college roundup: ODU dogs Tribe with four-run ninth, wins 6-5

    Baseball: Old Dominion scored four ninth-inning runs, the last two on Josh Eldridge’s bases-loaded hit, to beat William and Mary 6-5 in a series opener in Norfolk. With some dogs around Bud Metheny Complex, the Monarchs prevailed on "Bark in...
  • Tuesday's local college roundup: Hokies, ODU fall in baseball; NN's Wilson sets Va. Wesleyan freshman tennis record

    Tennessee's baseball team edged Virginia Tech 5-4 Tuesday in the Hokie-Smokey Classic in Greeneville, Tenn. The Hokies lost though Gary Schneider and Sean Keselica drove in two runs apiece. ... Danny Grauer and Ryan Cordell slugged two-run homers as...
  • Antonio Barton leaving Memphis; Montray Clemons headed to junior college

    Antonio Barton leaving Memphis; Montray Clemons headed to junior college
    Former Lake Clifton point guard Antonio Barton is considering his options after receiving his release from Memphis on Monday. Anthony “Doodie” Lewis, Barton’s AAU coach at Cecil Kirk, said the junior plans to graduate from Memphis this...
  • Marc Lawrence on NCAA basketball

    Marc Lawrence on NCAA basketball
    Sports gambling expert Marc Lawrence of Weston, who runs Playbook.com, put out these thoughts as we approach the NCAA tournament. I could pretend like I do this much studying, but it would be really faking it. So I'm just going to hand him the platform...
  • Star Track: Eriq Williams

    Star Track: Eriq Williams
    Eriq Williams, a Kecoughtan High graduate, was named Friday to the James Madison University Athletics Hall of Fame. Williams, who sometimes completes his first name's spelling with a "c" instead of a "q," grew up in Hampton. He successfully quarterbacked...
  • Previewing the 2012 edition of The Sweet 16

    Previewing the 2012 edition of The Sweet 16
    We’re less than two months away from the start of college basketball season, which means that it’s time to begin the second annual Sweet 16. For those who missed it last year, The Sweet 16 is my list of Baltimore’s top college...
  • Thursday's local college basketball roundup: Apprentice wins season finale

    Apprentice School closed its men's season at 17-10 with an 81-70 consolation win Thursday over Victory University of Memphis, Tenn., in the U.S. Collegiate Athletic Association nationals in Uniontown, Pa. Three-time All-American Tevin Andrews had 27...
  • Teel Time: Parsing Virginia's NCAA tournament credentials after loss at Boston College

    Virginia squanders a late 8-point lead at Boston College. Ole Miss flops against a Mississippi State team that had lost 13 straight. Baylor botches an inbounds pass and allows a game-winning three, all in the final second — emphasis on singular...
  • Norfolk State basketball sustaining last year's NCAA success

    Norfolk State basketball sustaining last year's NCAA success
    HAMPTON — Rare is the No. 15 seed that advances in the NCAA men's basketball tournament. Bloody rare is the No. 15 that wins and returns to the bracket a year later. Norfolk State is well-positioned to join that club, one that presently is the...
  • Ken Pomeroy's tempo-free stats all the rage in college basketball

    Ken Pomeroy's tempo-free stats all the rage in college basketball
    As a Virginia Tech student during the early 1990s, Ken Pomeroy was struck by the Hokies' new-found football success. He attended home games and applauded the likes of Frank Beamer, Antonio Freeman and Maurice DeShazo. But Pomeroy was most attuned to...