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  • Unexpected career move creates more change for new Virginia assistant Chris Beatty

    Unexpected career move creates more change for new Virginia assistant Chris Beatty
    In the past six weeks, Chris Beatty has worn the hats of reluctant home-seller, amateur psychiatrist for a heartbroken kindergartner and wife, and enthusiastic assistant football coach jumping at an opportunity in Charlottesville. He's performed the...
  • Roundup | Tuesday, Jan. 20

    Roundup | Tuesday, Jan. 20
    BOYS BASKETBALL Naperville Central upends Plainfield East Everyone was waiting for Plainfield East star Aaron Jordan to take over the game. Instead, Naperville Central’s Matthew Meier seized control. The junior guard utilized the moves...
  • NIU coach Rod Carey doesn't succumb to 'silly season' chatter

    NIU coach Rod Carey doesn't succumb to 'silly season' chatter
    As college football coaches redefine the term commitment every December, Rod Carey coined a phrase that helps him cope. "I call it the silly season,'' the Northern Illinois coach said Monday from Boca Raton, Fla. "There's more rumors than truths. That's...
  • Stevenson grad Radtke ready to lead young NIU team

    Stevenson grad Radtke ready to lead young NIU team
    Jenna Radtke showed up for her first volleyball practice at Northern Illinois last summer just trying to help out wherever she could. From that moment on, it seems she never left the court. The Stevenson graduate started all 32 matches last year for...
  • Northwestern pursues answers (plural) on offense

     Northwestern pursues answers (plural) on offense
    Northwestern's first seven series against Northern Illinois last Saturday ended like this: punt, punt, interception, punt, punt, punt, punt. No wonder Wildcats coach Pat Fitzgerald said of his offense: "Right now we don't have any guys playing at an...
  • Neuqua grads make mark on college teams

    First collegiate starts Tara Tralewski, a freshman volleyball player at Central College (Wis.), had 36 digs in two matches against Aurora and Wisconsin Lutheran Saturday in the NACC/IIAC Crossover tournament in Milwaukee. Tralewski is a Naperville...
  • Countdown to high school football kickoff

    Countdown to high school football kickoff
    1. Game away from 400 as a head coach for Mount Carmel’s Frank Lenti, who is second all-time in wins (339) and first in state titles (11). 2. Heisman Trophy winners who played high school football in Illinois. Evanston’s Clint Frank and...
  • Sports TV and radio: Friday's 12/5 log (updated Thursday AM)

    10:30 a.m.    Softball: May 1991: Hampton vs. Bethel.--LSC 48 1 p.m.    Basketball: Feb. 2004: Hampton boys vs. Phoebus.-- LSC 48 2 p.m.    Golf: PGA Hero World Challenge second round (in Windermere, Fla.).--Golf 3 p.m.    Football: Nov. 2007: Great...
  • Phoebus alum Mark Wilson gets it right in the classroom and on the field at Cincinnati

     Phoebus alum Mark Wilson gets it right in the classroom and on the field at Cincinnati
    Mark Wilson just didn't get it. He's the first to admit studying, homework and excelling in the classroom weren't anywhere near the top of his agenda in his early high school days at Phoebus. That was the old Wilson. Now, as the redshirt freshman...
  • College Report: Ally Simmons helps Grand Valley State earn Elite Eight berth

    College Report: Ally Simmons helps Grand Valley State earn Elite Eight berth
    Ally Simmons, a Waubonsie Valley graduate, has helped Grand Valley State’s volleyball team pound its way into the NCAA Division II Elite Eight. Grand Valley State won the regional by downing Ferris State (3-0) and Rockhurst (3-0). In the win...
  • Effects of painful loss linger for Wisconsin

    Effects of painful loss linger for Wisconsin
    Wisconsin's second-half collapse Saturday raised two key questions: Why didn't Melvin Gordon get more than four carries in the second half? And why didn't quarterback Joel Stave relieve an overwhelmed Tanner McEvoy? It took some time, but the answers...