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  • Hartford, Central Open With Victories

    A three-pointer by Deanna Mayza proved to be the difference as the Hartford women's basketball team defeated Cornell 48-46 on Friday in a season opener in Ithaca, N.Y. Mayza's three broke a tie at 44 with 1:10 left, and the Hawks led 48-46 when Cornell's...
  • UConn Falls To South Florida On Penalty Kicks

    Spasoje Stefanovic made two saves and the UConn men's soccer team missed all four of its penalty kicks as South Florida defeated UConn 2-0 in penalty kicks after a scoreless draw in the American Athletic Conference semifinals at Morrone Stadium in Storrs....
  • Penn State trustees delay talk on NCAA emails

    Penn State trustees delay talk on NCAA emails
    UNIVERSITY PARK - The Penn State board of trustees didn't ignore the recent uproar over NCAA emails that suggested bluffing the university into accepting historic sanctions over the Sandusky scandal. It also didn't really talk about them. Attorneys...
  • Recap: Auburn 83, Milwaukee 73

    SportsDirect Inc. Recap: Auburn 83, Milwaukee 73 Auburn 83, Milwaukee 73: KT Harrell had 20 points and Cinmeon Bowers scored 18 points and pulled down 17 rebounds and the host Tigers rallied from a dozen points down to hand coach Bruce Pearl a win in...
  • Pitt suspends Durand Johnson for season

    Pitt suspends Durand Johnson for season
    Men's college basketball Pittsburgh has suspended junior forward Durand Johnson (Lake Clifton) for the entire season for undisclosed reasons, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Johnson averaged 8.8 points and three rebounds per game last season...
  • College Roundup: Vanguard falls to Westmont

    WOMEN'S SOCCER Westmont 2, Vanguard 1 SANTA BARBARA — The No. 10-ranked Lions were denied in the Golden State Athletic Conference Tournament title game on Friday. Liliana Ruiz scored in the 76th minute for the Lions (16-3-1), who were outshot,...
  • Preview: Tulsa at Oral Roberts

    It was more than a little surprising when Frank Haith left Missouri for Tulsa, but his Golden Hurricane coaching debut is set for Saturday against host Oral Roberts. Haith enjoyed a great deal of regular-season success at Missouri, including a 30-5 record...
  • Preview: Fairfield at Duke

    One of the great things about March Madness, especially during the conference tournaments, is seeing how teams respond to playing on back-to-back days. It's not easy to rest quickly, replenish your body and get right back on the floor a day later. So...
  • Preview: Albany at Providence

    Kris Dunn hopes two years of injures are a thing of the past when Providence opens its season at home Saturday against Albany. A shoulder injury has limited the former McDonald's All-American to 29 games in the last two seasons and the Friars need his...
  • Preview: Manhattan at Florida State

    After a disappointing finish last season, Florida State looks to start the new year on the right track when it hosts Manhattan on Saturday. The Seminoles were ousted by Minnesota in the semifinals of the NIT last year and haven't earned a berth in the...
  • In Ryan Boatright's Aurora, Trials and Triumphs

    In Ryan Boatright's Aurora, Trials and Triumphs
    Patrick Raycraft, photographer and videographer extraordinaire, and I spent three incredible days in Aurora, Ill., Oct. 25-27, meeting Ryan Boatright’s family and friends. “Imagine you’re a tour guide,” I asked Tanesha Boatright,...