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  • Parkland grad Jeremy Estremera sprinting to FCS football all-star game

    Football appeared to be extinct at Mansfield late in 2006 when the school, which had had just two non-losing PSAC seasons in the previous 29 years, announced it was dropping the sport immediately. Two years later, pigskins were again flying on the small...
  • Sen. Jake Corman fires back on NCAA's duress argument in Penn State case

    Sen. Jake Corman fires back on NCAA's duress argument in Penn State case
    Duress is not a factor in state Sen. Jake Corman and state Treasurer Rob McCord's Commonwealth Court suit to enforce the Endowment Act. "The NCAA's pending motion allows pause to say what this case is and is not about, both legally and factually. First,...
  • Hampton U. prepares for 2nd consecutive NCAA women's volleyball appearance

    Hampton U. prepares for 2nd consecutive NCAA women's volleyball appearance
    HAMPTON — On the surface, Hampton University’s second consecutive women’s volleyball conference title and NCAA team looks a lot like the first: veteran roster; similar record; challenging non-conference schedule. Oh, and by the way,...
  • After successful USA South run, CNU anticipates new football league

    After successful USA South run, CNU anticipates new football league
    Christopher Newport’s football team bid a fond and successful farewell to the USA South Athletic Conference and prepares for a new home with new venues, new rivals and new rules. After its 10th NCAA Division III playoff berth in the program’s...
  • 'Noles look to stop Stanford in College Cup semifinal

    Carson Pickett doesn't believe she has ever had to prove anyone wrong on the soccer field. The Florida State junior, who plays both outside midfield and defender for the second-ranked Seminoles, was born without a left arm. But she doesn't see it as a...
  • UMBC men's soccer looks to keep shutout streak going in Friday's NCAA quarterfinal

    UMBC men's soccer looks to keep shutout streak going in Friday's NCAA quarterfinal
    Practically every men's soccer team talks about pitching a shutout. At UMBC, that's not just lip service. The Retrievers and No. 11 seed Providence are the only teams among the eight quarterfinalists that have yet to surrender a goal to this point of...
  • Thursday's multi-sport college and local roundup: U.Va.'s Brian named U.S. Soccer Young Female Athlete of Year

    SOCCER: Virginia senior midfielder Morgan Brian was named the 2014 U.S. Soccer Young Female Athlete of the Year. This year, Brian has led the Cavaliers to their second consecutive NCAA Women’s College Cup semifinals and helped the U.S. win the...
  • Penn State football ticket sales spike in 2014

    Penn State football ticket sales spike in 2014
    While Penn State fans wait to see what bowl game will be the Nittany Lions' last stop of the season, there is one all-important game where the university has placed high yet again: ticket sales. On Tuesday, Penn State announced it is still in the top...
  • UMBC men's soccer unfazed by facing third seeded opponent in fourth NCAA tournament game

    UMBC men's soccer unfazed by facing third seeded opponent in fourth NCAA tournament game
    For the third time in four NCAA Division I tournament games, UMBC will face the unenviable task of knocking off a seeded opponent when the team clashes with No. 12 seed Creighton (16-3-2) in a quarterfinal contest Friday night at Morrison Stadium in...
  • Men's Soccer: Iwasa semifinalist for MAC Hermann Trophy

    UC Irvine senior forward Cameron Iwasa is one of 16 semifinalists for the MAC Hermann Trophy, awarded annually to the top player in collegiate men's soccer. Iwasa, who helped the Anteaters reach the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 and tie a school record with...
  • UMBC men's soccer remaining calm about offense's sudden ineffectiveness in NCAA tournament

    UMBC men's soccer remaining calm about offense's sudden ineffectiveness in NCAA tournament
    UMBC and No. 11 seed Providence are the only teams left in the Elite Eight of the NCAA Division I tournament that have yet to surrender a goal in regulation and overtime in the postseason. On the flipside, the Retrievers (14-5-4) – who will meet...