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  • Fast facts: WR/DB Tony Lippett

    Fast facts: WR/DB Tony Lippett
    College: Michigan State Height: 6’2” Weight: 192 lbs. Comment: 2014 First-team All-Big Ten. Played offense, defense, and special teams in the Spartans’ win over Baylor in the Cotton Bowl. Lippett was the team MVP and finished his...
  • Trinity's Iliopoulos sets sights on state home run record

     Trinity's Iliopoulos sets sights on state home run record
    The profile description on Anyssa Iliopoulos' Twitter account @anyssailiop describes her hitting style to perfection. "I swing with everything I've got. I hit big or I miss big." Iliopoulos, a junior shortstop for Trinity, is hitting a lot more...
  • Will Red Wings want Babcock? Will Babcock want Wings?

    After a decade behind the bench of the Detroit Red Wings, Mike Babcock is headed for adventure. He is, by choice, on an expiring contract with the Wings. That decision now stands to see him cash in to become the NHL highest-paid coach. His players have...
  • Report: Michigan offers scholarship to 8th-grader

    When coach Jim Harbaugh arrived and revamped the Michigan football recruiting plan, he insisted that he would look for players everywhere. Apparently, that includes any grade. According to the Daytona Beach (Fla.) News-Journal, the Wolverines this...
  • Maryland among schools that have contacted Rasheed Sulaimon

    Maryland among schools that have contacted Rasheed Sulaimon
    A source with knowledge of Rasheed Sulaimon's recruiting process said Wednesday that Maryland has been "in touch" with the former Duke guard about finishing his college career with the Terps. That was confirmed by Sulaimon himself in his first interview...
  • Hinsdale South halls filled with recruiters courting Josh King

    Hinsdale South halls filled with recruiters courting Josh King
    Nearly every major college football program in the country would like Josh King to play for its team. Earlier this month, Hinsdale South coach Mike Barry learned just how badly those schools want the 6-foot-6, 230-pound defensive end. King is either...
  • Big Ten LBs/secondary players to watch in 2015

    Big Ten LBs/secondary players to watch in 2015
      Once again, the Big Ten’s forte appears to be defense especially at the linebacker and secondary positions. Check out this list of players to watch at each of these positions in 2015: WELCOME BACK … Ed Davis, Michigan State: The...
  • 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...