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  • Hurricanes face SEC foe in bowl

    The Sports Xchange NCAAF Team Report - Miami - INSIDE SLANT One last opportunity awaits Miami in its clash with South Carolina in the Duck Commander Independence Bowl. The Hurricanes came up short in their goal of winning their first ACC championship...
  • Saturday's local interest college basketball roundup: Apprentice holds off UDC; W&M falls; NSU, CNU win

    Jay Melendez scored 20 points Saturday, helping Apprentice School win its home opener 90-88 over the University of District of Columbia. Jamal Curry blocked a potential tying shot in the lane by Michael Terry to end the game. Five men scored in double...
  • Phelps' first big meet back could be FINA World Cup in France

    Phelps' first big meet back could be FINA World Cup in France
    Swimming Phelps' first big meet back could be FINA World Cup in France Michael Phelps' first big meet after he completes his six-month competition ban for a DUI arrest will be the FINA World Cup on Aug. 15-16 in Chartres, France, the French sports...
  • No. 1 UConn vs. UC Davis

    No. 1 UConn vs. UC Davis
    Time: 10 p.m. Where: The Pavilion, Davis, Calif. TV: No TV, watch online at espn3.com Radio: WTIC-AM 1080, WILI-AM 1400 (Bob Joyce and Debbie Fiske) Series history: UConn, 1-0 Last meeting: UConn, 97-37, Dec. 5, 2013, XL Center Streaks: First game...
  • Rodney Purvis Suspended One Game, Will Sit Out UConn Opener

     Rodney Purvis Suspended One Game, Will Sit Out UConn Opener
    STORRS — Rodney Purvis will miss UConn's opener against Bryant because of an NCAA infraction involving summer league participation. Purvis, a redshirt sophomore who transferred from N.C. State, participated in more than one summer league, playing...
  • Basketball Season Kicks Off For UConn Men And Women Friday

    Basketball Season Kicks Off For UConn Men And Women Friday
    STORRS — The confetti was still on heads and shoulders as Kevin Ollie and his players took the podium at AT&T Stadium. It was familiar, it was comfortable. And when someone tossed out the word, "improbable," Ollie corrected him. "Somebody told...
  • Huskies To Get Rings, Play For Real As Bryant Comes To Gampel

    Huskies To Get Rings, Play For Real As Bryant Comes To Gampel
    STORRS – It was a short offseason, thanks to the run to the championship. But UConn has been eager to get on the court and begin chasing another one. The wait ends. The Huskies begin the new season shorthanded, against potentially troublesome...
  • Penn State trustees to discuss NCAA sanctions

    Penn State trustees to discuss NCAA sanctions
    STATE COLLEGE — Penn State trustees plan to hold private discussions during their meeting Friday on the sanctions imposed by the NCAA as a result of the Jerry Sandusky child-abuse scandal. Penn State's agreement to the 2012 consent decree...
  • Friday's multi-sport college and local roundup: HU women gain first basketball victory, but volleyball team falls at UNC in NCAA

    COLLEGES: Women’s basketball: Hampton (1-5) gained its first victory Friday, rallying past Penn 58-43 Friday in Philadelphia by outscoring the Quakers 32-12 in the second half. The Quakers fell to 3-3. David Six, in his sixth season with HU,...
  • Hopkins loses, 1-0, in NCAA women's soccer semifinal

    Hopkins loses, 1-0, in NCAA women's soccer semifinal
    Colleges The Johns Hopkins women's soccer team had plenty of chances, but the goals didn't come, and the Blue Jays fell to the Williams College Ephs, 1-0, in the NCAA Division III semifinal Friday night at Swope Soccer Village in Kansas City, Mo....
  • Sens. Corman, Yudichak seek to delay action on Penn State board of trustees reform

    UNIVERSITY PARK — The Penn State board of trustees is set to vote to possibly change the its size and makeup, but in the wake of Gov. Tom Corbett's defeat in last week's election and shifts in legislative leadership this week, two state officials...