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  • Despite loss to Drexel, William and Mary clinches top seed in CAA tournament

    WILLIAMSBURG — Everything was in place for a celebration at William and Mary. Big crowd. TV audience. Best player in school history poised to culminate his career by leading the program to a conference title and No. 1 seed in the CAA tournament on...
  • W&M beats Towson, Thornton sets record

    W&M beats Towson, Thornton sets record
    The record came calmly and quietly, at the foul line, with an easy, fluid motion honed and perfected over thousands of hours of practice. That’s Marcus Thornton. What led to the record-breaking free throw was also Marcus Thornton. Movement,...
  • Wednesday's local interest college basketball roundup: UNCW hammers JMU, stays in first-place CAA tie with Tribe

    MEN: Addison Spruill had 18 points on 7-of-10 shooting and grabbed nine rebounds to help UNC Wilmington beat James Madison 74-54 Wednesday night at Trask Coliseum. The Seahawks stayed tied for first with William and Mary in the Colonial Athletic...
  • State men's basketball roundup: UNC Wilmington able to fend off Towson, 73-69

    State men's basketball roundup: UNC Wilmington  able to fend off Towson, 73-69
    Addison Spruill scored 26 points to help visiting UNC Wilmington hold off a spirited upset bid by Towson, 73-69, on Saturday. The Seahawks (16-11, 11-5 Colonial Athletic Association) bounced back after losing to Delaware, 70-59, on Thursday night, and...
  • State teams in thick of college basketball's tightest conference races

    State teams in thick of college basketball's tightest conference races
    Portending a wild March in Virginia, college basketball’s three most-clustered league races involve teams from the commonwealth. Logjams at the top. Hoards lurking in the shadows. Clashes between contenders on the horizon. Such is life in the...
  • Thursday's local interest college basketball roundup: UNCW's loss at Delaware leaves four teams tied atop CAA

    MEN: Host Delaware beat UNC Wilmington 70-59 behind Marvin King-Davis’ 16 points and eight rebounds Thursday night, forming a four-way tie for first place in the Colonial Athletic Association. UNCW, William and Mary, Northeastern and James...
  • William and Mary falls 75-64 at hot-shooting Northeastern

    BOSTON – Amid a thicket atop the Colonial Athletic Association standings, William and Mary traveled north to solidify its spot atop the conference against Northeastern. The Huskies were far from gracious hosts, scoring the game's first nine points...
  • W&M prepares for final road tests without injured starter Dixon

    W&M prepares for final road tests without injured starter Dixon
    To hear William and Mary coach Tony Shaver talk, his team could learn from the hardy Bostonians they encountered this week. The winter storm that smacked Virginia, as well as much of the Southeast, caused the Tribe to leave Monday, a day earlier than...
  • State's top basketball teams hurting as postseason beckons

     State's top basketball teams hurting as postseason beckons
    As Hampton Roads auditions its weather for Winter Olympics consideration — speedskating on Lake Maury? Alpine skiing at Mount Trashmore? — we welcome you to the walking-wounded stage of the state's college basketball regular season....
  • Balance, defense carry William and Mary past Elon 77-58

    Balance, defense carry William and Mary past Elon 77-58
    WILLIAMSBURG -- This wasn’t one of those 3-point barrages of which William and Mary is capable. Ask Hofstra, all but buried at halftime after a 54-point deluge. Or James Madison, which trailed by 29 at home midway through the first half. No, the...
  • 'Learning' in victory

    WILLIAMSBURG — This wasn't one of those 3-point barrages of which William and Mary is capable. Ask Hofstra, all but buried at halftime after a 54-point deluge. Or James Madison, which trailed by 29 at home midway through the first half. No, the...