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  • Miami hoops prepares for high-stakes matchup versus FSU

    Miami hoops prepares for high-stakes matchup versus FSU
    Even in his native Belgium, Manu Lecomte heard about the Miami-Florida State rivalry. But it wasn't until after he arrived in South Florida that the Hurricanes' sharp-shooting guard discovered just how intense it could be when the two schools met in,...
  • After long delay in Antarctica, Kim Pursley finishes seventh marathon

    After long delay in Antarctica, Kim Pursley finishes seventh marathon
    Running Although poor weather conditions kept her from the seven-day goal of her Triple 7 Quest series, Kim Pursley has returned home after successfully running seven marathons on seven continents. Pursley, 44, of Forest Hill was 20 minutes from landing...
  • Maryland AD Kevin Anderson named to D-I baseball committee

    Maryland AD Kevin Anderson named to D-I baseball committee
    Maryland athletic director Kevin Anderson has been appointed to the NCAA's Division I Baseball Committee. His term on the committee begins Sept. 1 and continues through Aug. 31, 2019. The Division I baseball committee -- whose duties include picking...
  • Football: California Showcase brought out 484 prospects

    The California Showcase held last weekend at the Great Park in Irvine brought out 484 high school seniors to work out in front of representatives from 47 colleges and universities from 23 states seeking players for NCAA Division II, III and NAIA football....
  • Playing To The Crowd: UConn Women Know They Are An Attraction

    Playing To The Crowd: UConn Women Know They Are An Attraction
    NEW ORLEANS — It's not unusual to hear professional athletes admit how compelled they are to perform because there might be someone in the stands who has come just to see them and might never have the chance again. Joe DiMaggio said it, Derek Jeter,...
  • Walker retiring from Moravian after 35 years

    Walker retiring from Moravian after 35 years
    Moravian  men’s basketball coach Jim Walker has announced his retirement after leading the Greyhounds’ program for the last 35 seasons. His retirement is effective at the end of the current academic year on May 10. Walker was 442-440...
  • Timberwolves fall to energized Rockets, 113-102

    HOUSTON Just like he did with the Timberwolves two separate times with them, Corey Brewer just keeps on going. This time, the two-time NCAA and one-time NBA champion is doing it in Houston for a Rockets team that, aimed firmly at the playoffs, acquired...
  • Q&A with ESPN men's lacrosse analyst Mark Dixon

    Q&A with ESPN men's lacrosse analyst Mark Dixon
    Mark Dixon will be working double duty this spring. In addition to serving as an analyst for ESPN, the former Johns Hopkins midfielder will also help cover games for the Big Ten Network. Dixon’s first next game of the season will be March 7 when...
  • Tyler Ulis continuing Kentucky basketball's Chicago connection

    Tyler Ulis continuing Kentucky basketball's Chicago connection
    LEXINGTON, Ky. — Tyler Ulis enjoyed a comfortable childhood in Lima, Ohio, guided by his mother and stepdad. Though barely taller than Muggsy Bogues, he showed promise on the basketball court. Eventually, he figured, he might get a scholarship...
  • Big Ten coaches: Freshman ineligibility would have to be NCAA rule

     Big Ten coaches: Freshman ineligibility would have to be NCAA rule
    They differ on what it would look like and how effective it would be, but the Big Ten men's basketball coaches agreed Monday that if the conference were to make freshmen ineligible, it would have to extend to the NCAA as a whole. The Diamondback, a...
  • Maryland trending upward in bracket projections heading into showdown with Wisconsin

    Maryland trending upward in bracket projections heading into showdown with Wisconsin
    With the regular season winding down, Tuesday night's home game against Wisconsin will be one of Maryland's last chances to add a signature win to its resume before tournament time. At the very least, it would help the Terps in the "eye test" category...