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  • Providence beats Boston University 4-3 for NCAA hockey title

    Providence defenseman Tom Parisi thought he was just dumping the puck in from the red line so the Friars could get some fresh skaters on the ice. Boston University goalie Matt O'Connor thought he had it. Easy. But after the puck fluttered into his...
  • USI's Guy, Pence weren't destined to win championships

    Johnnie Guy and Tyler Pence took different paths to the University of Southern Indiana, but both have ended up in the same place — as NCAA Division II national champions. Still, that wasn't a foregone conclusion. Guy, a graduate of North...
  • College Roundup: Navy gymnastics team puts a wrap on season

    College Roundup: Navy gymnastics team puts a wrap on season
    NAVY GYMNASTICS: The Mids' season came to a conclusion on Friday night as Mitchell Larios and Jonny Tang competed alongside the team portion of the NCAA Championships at the University of Oklahoma's Lloyd Noble Center. Larios led the duo, which was...
  • Gillingham's breakout season continues for Navy baseball team

    Even without his best stuff, Luke Gillingham was still the best player on the field Saturday. Gillingham, Navy's junior left-hander who leads all NCAA Division I pitchers in strikeouts, fanned six against Lafayette during the first game of Saturday's...
  • Fluke Play Turns Tide For Providence In Frozen Four Final

    BOSTON — It was right around the time when coaches and players ordinarily start to peek at the clock, watching the final minutes and seconds of a game, or in this case a season, tick away. Midway through the third period of the NCAA hockey...
  • Duke's defense locks in just in time for run to NCAA final

    Amid all the wins and championships for Duke under Mike Krzyzewski, defense was always a constant: Blue Devils chasing ballhandlers, harassing them into mistakes and pressuring them farther and farther from the basket. The Blue Devils needed some...
  • Pat Connaughton revels in basketball, baseball options at NBA's Portsmouth camp

    PORTSMOUTH – Notre Dame’s Pat Connaughton bordered on invisible for much of his opening game Thursday in the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament. Then came what Fighting Irish assistant coach Anthony Solomon calls “winning time.”...
  • Pat Haden says he would welcome Reggie Bush back to USC

    Pat Haden says he would welcome Reggie Bush back to USC
    USC Athletic Director Pat Haden said in an interview with CNBC’s Jane Wells¬†that Reggie Bush should “absolutely” be allowed on USC’s campus and that his Heisman Trophy should return to Heritage Hall. “Reggie Bush is one...
  • As college lacrosse postseason nears, several stars have emerged

    As college lacrosse postseason nears, several stars have emerged
    As we approach college lacrosse conference tournament time, a number of stars have emerged. These players are new to the spotlight and they all play different roles for their teams, but share at least one trait: they're all focused on winning a league...
  • Dalton Solbrig's a big hit on Lakes' volleyball team

    Here's one way to illustrate the high regard in which Lakes senior Dalton Solbrig is held. In the current NCAA Division I men's volleyball rankings, the No. 4 team in the country is the University of Hawaii, and the Rainbow Warriors thought enough of the...
  • NCAA Frozen Four Has Strong New England Flavor With BU Vs. PC

    BOSTON — With just 51 miles separating Schneider Arena from the heart of Boston, Providence didn't have very far to travel for the Frozen Four. Boston University could have walked the four miles from Agganis Arena to TD Garden, where on Saturday...