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  • Q&A with Michigan State DE Shilique Calhoun

    Q&A with Michigan State DE Shilique Calhoun
      Shilique Calhoun made a name for himself as a standout defensive end at Michigan State. His decision to return for a fifth-year provides the Spartans with a major piece of what is already expected to be one of the best defensive lines in the...
  • Penn State vs. Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse: Three things to watch

    Penn State vs. Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse: Three things to watch
    No. 17 Johns Hopkins has won all six meetings with Penn State, including an 11-10 double overtime decision on April 11. This will be the first neutral site for both sides, but the Nittany Lions are just 1-7 on the road, while the Blue Jays are 2-4 away...
  • Stevenson reaches Commonwealth Conference men's lacrosse title game

    Stevenson reaches Commonwealth Conference men's lacrosse title game
    Billy Burgoyne had a hat trick to lead host Stevenson (14-4) to an 8-3 victory over Widener (7-10) in a Commonwealth Conference lacrosse semifinal Wednesday. Junior Connor Skeen (Towson) made seven saves in the victory. The Mustangs will host second-...
  • Fluid goalie situation for Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse made easier by principals involved

    Fluid goalie situation for Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse made easier by principals involved
    The dynamic in sports between veterans and newcomers is unique. Older players generally counsel and share wisdom they’ve gained with younger teammates who are competing to push those same mentors to the bench, and those relationships can be critical...
  • Big Ten receivers to watch in 2015

    Big Ten receivers to watch in 2015
      The Big Ten is cultivating a growing group of young, talented receivers. Here is a look at some of the outstanding players to watch in 2015: WELCOME BACK … Mike Dudek, Illinois: Dudek earned All-Big Ten honors after leading the league in...
  • Jalen Brunson boosts Villanova in college basketball poll

    Jalen Brunson boosts Villanova in college basketball poll
    Less than 24 hours after Duke was cutting down the nets and the song "One Shining Moment" was filling the CBS airwaves, college basketball's analysts already were conjecturing on which school will enjoy the next Shining Moment. Eamonn Brennan, the...
  • Big Ten RBs to watch in 2015

    Big Ten RBs to watch in 2015
      The deepest position in the Big Ten last season was running back. Seven players rushed for at least 1,000-yards and two rushed for more than 2,000-yards including Wisconsin’s Melvin Gordon and Ohio State’s Ezekiel Elliott. Elliott leads...
  • Chesterton's Jordan Peterson sets all-time strikeout mark at St. Joe's

    Chesterton's Jordan Peterson sets all-time strikeout mark at St. Joe's
    When they passed out good luck charms at St. Joseph's, Jordan Peterson must have been absent that day. The Chesterton grad carries a 3.02 ERA and recently became the program's all-time strikeout king, but only has a 3-5 record to show for it. Some...
  • Big Ten QBs to watch in 2015

    Big Ten QBs to watch in 2015
    If any league best demonstrated the importance of quarterback it’s the Big Ten. Ohio State’s national championship season wouldn’t have been possible if not for the play of both J.T. Barrett and Cardale Jones. Here are several...
  • Just like old times: Lacrosse rout for Northwestern

    Just like old times: Lacrosse rout for Northwestern
    It was like old times for the Northwestern women’s lacrosse team. And that couldn’t have happened at a better time in this rollercoaster season for the Wildcats. In the regular-season finale, No. 9 Northwestern took it to No. 20 Ohio State...
  • Postscript from Johns Hopkins at Maryland men's lacrosse

    Postscript from Johns Hopkins at Maryland men's lacrosse
    Johns Hopkins’ 15-12 victory at No. 2 Maryland might have been an upset, but just how the Blue Jays left Byrd Stadium on Saturday night with the win was no mystery to Terps senior midfielder Joe LoCascio. “I was just thinking in my head that...