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  • North Central College adding women's triathlon as a sport in 2016

    North Central College adding women's triathlon as a sport in 2016
    Jenny Garrison, a professional triathlete and coach, heard the NCAA was considering adding women's triathlon as a sport. He had no idea it would hit so close to home. When North Central College announced in April that it was adding triathlon under the...
  • Former North Central College star Mark Schmitt hired as swimming coach

    Former North Central College star Mark Schmitt hired as swimming coach
    Ever since Mark Schmitt returned to his hometown of Naperville to swim at North Central College in 2003, he knew where he wanted to be. After completing the 2006 season for the Cardinals, a season in which he became the NCAA Division III national...
  • 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...
  • Bo Ryan's last season at Wisconsin will be worth appreciating

    Before last season's Final Four, Big Ten coaches recalled fond memories of Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan. Most had a funny story about the quirky, self-deprecating, sarcastic coach. But all of them noted their respect for Ryan. As Michigan coach John...
  • 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....
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Sachs ready to point the way at Salisbury

    Sachs ready to point the way at Salisbury
    Andrew Sachs already has a clear vision of what the Salisbury University men's basketball team needs heading into the 2015-16 season. "What I need right now is a point guard,'' said Sachs, a Pasadena native who was hired a week ago as the Sea Gulls...
  • Tom Sorensen: Snubbed in draft, ex-Kentucky shooting star Aaron Harrison seeks spot with Hornets

    Aaron Harrison, who led Kentucky in scoring last season, watched last week's NBA draft from home. He saw teammates selected first, sixth, 12th and 13th. Andrew Harrison, his twin brother who is younger by a minute, was selected 44th. Big man Dakari...
  • Women's soccer, wrestling are Virginia Tech's best hopes for first NCAA title

     Women's soccer, wrestling are Virginia Tech's best hopes for first NCAA title
    Clinging to a one-point lead, Virginia Tech's football team was a quarter away from the school's first national team championship. But Florida State owned the final 15 minutes that January 2000 evening in New Orleans to deny the Hokies and secure the only...
  • University of Tennessee celebrates move to Nike with uniform unveiling

    University of Tennessee celebrates move to Nike with uniform unveiling
    The University of Tennessee celebrated the first day of its partnership with Nike by revealing the new uniforms for the upcoming NCAA season. The move to the Oregon-based company came after Tennessee ended a deal with adidas that began back in 1997. ...