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  • Sports TV and radio: Monday's 11/17 log (updated Sunday AM)

    COLLEGES Men’s basketball Hampton at Syracuse, 4 Norfolk State at Virginia, 7 Marlin Tipoff (at Virginia Wesleyan’s Batten Center): Third-place game (Delaware Valley vs. The College of New Jersey), 1 Championship game (Apprentice at Virginia...
  • Men's Soccer: Titans, Kuntz prevail

    The UC Irvine men's soccer team's Big West Conference Tournament magic might have had more to do with its former coach than the Anteaters thought. Cal State Fullerton, guided for the first time by George Kuntz, who spent 19 seasons at the UCI helm and...
  • Terps rout Princeton, 5-1, reach 2nd round of NCAAs in field hockey

    Terps rout Princeton, 5-1, reach 2nd round of NCAAs in field hockey
    College field hockey Terps roll, 5-1, reach 2nd round of NCAAs Senior Steffi Schneid scored twice, leading host Maryland to a 5-1 field hockey win over Princeton in the first round of the NCAA tournament. The Terps' other goals were scored by senior...
  • Penn State going bowling after win over Temple

    Penn State going bowling after win over Temple
    STATE COLLEGE — Penn State's defense forced five second-half turnovers, and Akeel Lynch highlighted a big rushing day Saturday in a 30-13 win over Temple at Beaver Stadium. With its sixth win this season, Penn State clinched a bowl bid for the...
  • Preview: Chattanooga at Wisconsin

    Wisconsin has prided itself on defense in the Bo Ryan era and this season's team is off to a great start in upholding that tradition. Granted, Northern Kentucky is a small sample size and a non-traditional opponent for Ryan's troops, but the Norse shot...
  • Preview: Mercer at Seton Hall

    After four seasons mired in mediocrity, coach Kevin Willard knows it's make-or-break time for him at Seton Hall, as his Pirates prepare to open the season against visiting Mercer on Sunday. No longer does Seton Hall have to face basketball behemoths...
  • Nebraska Cornhuskers blinded by the spotlight in loss at Wisconsin

    The college football polls were released Sunday, and Nebraska didn't fall out of the top 25. But the idea of the Cornhuskers as a national player took a major hit on Saturday in a 59-24 loss at Wisconsin. Badgers running back Melvin Gordon was the...
  • CNU football travels to Delaware Valley in NCAA playoffs

    CNU football travels to Delaware Valley in NCAA playoffs
    Christopher Newport coach Matt Kelchner hopes his upcoming game against Delaware Valley turns out better than the last one. In 1981, Kelchner was a senior defensive back and punter playing his final game at Susquehanna (Pa.), which lost to Delaware...
  • Sunday's multi-sport local college roundup (minus basketball): CNU volleyball, men's soccer teams advance in NCAA Division III tournaments

    Women’s volleyball: Hannah Miller, who earned MVP honors, had 12 kills and four blocks to lead Christopher Newport to a 25-18, 25-23, 25-17 win over No. 13 Eastern (Pa.) in an NCAA Division III regional final at the Freeman Center. CNU...
  • UConn Field Hockey Defeats Stanford, Advances To Final Four

    UConn Field Hockey Defeats Stanford, Advances To Final Four
    STORRS – The UConn field hockey team had, as senior forward Chloe Hunnable put it, a bit of an issue scoring earlier in the season. The Huskies were only able to manage one goal the last time they played Stanford on Sept. 26, and lost. Things have...
  • Florida International 64, Florida College 42

    The Sports Xchange Florida International 64, Florida College 42 In-state opponents Florida College and Florida International kicked off the 2014-15 season on Friday night with the NCAA Division I Panthers toppling the lower-tiered Falcons 64-42 on...