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  • Obama Visit Forces Central Connecticut Basketball Team To The Road A Little Early

    The Central Connecticut men's basketball team will not be able to practice at Detrick Gymnasium Tuesday due to President Obama's scheduled visit Wednesday to the New Britain Campus. The Blue Devils will depart for Staten Island Tuesday and practice at...
  • Loyola Maryland, Navy men fall in opening round of Patriot League tournament

    Loyola Maryland, Navy men fall in opening round of Patriot League tournament
    Lafayette had four players finish in double figures Monday and pulled away late in the second half to beat eighth-seeded Loyola Maryland, 84-71, and advance to the Patriot League tournament quarterfinals. The host Greyhounds (11-19) ended their first...
  • Saturday's men's college basketball roundup: No. 12 Saint Louis staves off VCU

    Atlantic 10: Dwayne Evans had 21 points and 10 rebounds as No. 12 Saint Louis extended its winning streak to 17, holding off visiting VCU 64-62 and taking total command in their bid to repeat as the Atlantic 10 regular-season champs. VCU overcame a 49-...
  • State men: Burwell's 23 lead Towson over William & Mary

    Mike Burwell scored a career-high 23 points for Towson (17-9, 8-3 Colonial Athletic Association) and Jerrelle Benimon had his NCAA-leading 17th double double to lead the Tigers to an 85-70 win over visiting William & Mary (15-9, 7-4) on Saturday. The...
  • State women: Turnovers costly as Coppin State falls to Fla. A&M, 83-80

    Visiting Coppin State put up 45 points in the first half, but 19 turnovers undid the Eagles, and Florida A&M went on to win, 83-80, Saturday night. Jasmine Grice scored a game-high 36 points for the Rattlers (12-12, 6-5 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference)...
  • Mount St. Mary's pushing for a top spot in Northeast Conference

    Mount St. Mary’s is in the midst of a five-game road swing, which has highlighted the importance of the Mountaineers earning as many home games as possible in the Northeast Conference┬átournament. “I think we’re right on time to make...
  • State hoops: No. 8 Maryland women top Florida State, 87-77

    Katie Rutan had 24 points and Alyssa Thomas had 22 as No. 8 Maryland used a strong first-half performance to beat visiting Florida State, 87-77, Thursday night. The Terps (21-5, 9-4 Atlantic Coast Conference) took the lead for good after 1:57 elapsed...
  • State women's hoops: Navy outlasts Holy Cross, clinches share of Patriot title

    Navy guard Alix Membreno's double double helped lift the Midshipmen to a 64-57 victory over visiting Holy Cross on Saturday at Alumni Hall. The senior scored 17 points and had 10 rebounds to lead the Mids offense. Jade Geif added a game-high 21 points...
  • State men's hoops: Towson tops Hofstra, 83-77, for 4th win in row

    Towson extended its winning streak to four games as Jerrelle Benimon's 22 points and six rebounds led the Tigers to an 83-77 victory against host Hofstra on Saturday. Towson, which is No. 2 in the Colonial Athletic Association, improved to 20-9...
  • UMES men falter at home vs. N.C. Central, 66-62

    UMES dropped its sixth game in seven Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference matchups Monday night, losing to North Carolina Central at home, 66-62. Guard Hakeem Baxter scored a game-high 17 points and Francis Ezeiru and Troy Snyder turned in double-digit...
  • Central Connecticut Guard Vinales Expected To Return Feb. 13; Blue Devils Coming Off Stirring Victory At RMU

    Central Connecticut junior guard Kyle Vinales, the team’s leading scorer at 17.4 points a game, is expected to return to the Blue Devils next Thursday, Feb. 13, at St. Francis U. “We’ve missed him, no question, but we’ve seen...