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  • University of Akron football drew worst attendance in NCAA

    Among all 125 NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision teams, the University of Akron had the worst home attendance this past season. The Akron Beacon Journal (http://bit.ly/1NubliI ) reports the Zips drew a total of 55,019 fans for six home games at the 30,000-...
  • Star Track: Kendal Pressey

     Star Track: Kendal Pressey
    Kendal Pressey of Williamsburg figures to be one of the anchors this season for the Chowan University soccer team. As a rising senior and captain, he will be one of the most experienced players for the Hawks, an NCAA Division II team in Murfreesboro, N.C....
  • Star Track: Tyler Hargrove

     Star Track: Tyler Hargrove
    Tyler Hargrove of Newport News soon will enter his junior season as a defensive end for the football team at Alderson Broaddus University in Philippi, W.Va. Last season, he played in 11 games and registered 16 tackles, including nine solo stops, and one...
  • Virginia baseball, Duke basketball headline ACC's exceptional 2014-15

    Five national championships in a school year are not extraordinary for the ACC. Since expanding in 2004, the league has averaged 4.5 titles, with a record eight in 2009-10. But given which championships ACC teams won, and how the conference built upon...
  • Early odds from Vegas: Another NCAA football championship run expected by Ohio State

    Early odds from Vegas: Another NCAA football championship run expected by Ohio State
    I am headed to the shore this week on a little vacation looking to unwind from the just completed high school sports year. But before you know it, a new school year will begin with football season front and center. Summer goes by so quickly. Everybody...
  • Miles Simelton transfers to Lewis University from Lehigh

    Miles Simelton transfers to Lewis University from Lehigh
    Miles Simelton is coming home. The Oswego graduate, who played basketball the past two seasons for Lehigh University, is looking for an expanded role and has transferred to Lewis. Moving from an NCAA Division I to Division II school, the 6-foot junior...
  • Flashback: Bulls first NBA draft pick had a solid career — as a coach

    Flashback: Bulls first NBA draft pick had a solid career — as a coach
    Somebody had to be first. Dave Schellhase remembers vividly how he felt when he became the Bulls' inaugural NBA draft pick on May 11, 1966. After Schellhase averaged an NCAA-leading 32.5 points per game as a senior at Purdue, the expansion Bulls of...
  • Heat there to catch Justise Winslow after draft-night fall to No. 10

    Heat there to catch Justise Winslow after draft-night fall to No. 10
    Amid their hopes to rise again, the Miami Heat took advantage of a draft-day fall from a player previously rated at the top of this year's class. Lacking perimeter depth, the payoff for a season out of the playoffs arrived in the form of NCAA Tournament...
  • Karl-Anthony Towns, D'Angelo Russell go No. 1 and No. 2 at NBA draft

    Karl-Anthony Towns, D'Angelo Russell go No. 1 and No. 2 at NBA draft
    The Minnesota Timberwolves began the 2015 NBA Draft at Barclays Center on Thursday night as expected by using the first overall pick on power forward Karl-Anthony Towns out of Kentucky.  By the end of the evening 60 players will have been selected...
  • Timberwolves pick Kentucky's Towns No. 1 overall, trade for Duke's Jones

    As expected, the newest member of the Timberwolves is Karl-Anthony Towns. Then, in an unexpected move, the Timberwolves traded for former Apple Valley star Tyus Jones by sending their two picks in the second round Nos. 31 and 36 overall to Cleveland,...
  • Local Roundup: Four Lewis athletes earn GLVC academic honors

    Four Lewis athletes have won the Great Lakes Valley Conference's top award for excellence in the classroom and in their respective sports. Named Winter/Spring Scholar-Athletes of the Year for the conference were Jamie Johnson for women's basketball,...