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  • Spirit's Krieger suffers head injury in season-opening loss

    Spirit's Krieger suffers head injury in season-opening loss
    Washington Spirit captain Ali Krieger, a probable U.S. national team starter at the Women's World Cup this summer, was taken off the field on a stretcher Friday night in Houston after suffering a head injury. Krieger, a Northern Virginia native and one of...
  • As college lacrosse postseason nears, several stars have emerged

    As college lacrosse postseason nears, several stars have emerged
    As we approach college lacrosse conference tournament time, a number of stars have emerged. These players are new to the spotlight and they all play different roles for their teams, but share at least one trait: they're all focused on winning a league...
  • Frank Kaminsky, Breanna Stewart are winners of John R. Wooden Award

    Frank Kaminsky of national runner-up Wisconsin and Breanna Stewart of three-time national champion Connecticut won the John R. Wooden Award as national college basketball players of the year Friday night. They received their trophies during the first...
  • UConn's Stewart, Wisconsin's Kaminsky Win Wooden Awards

    LOS ANGELES — Breanna Stewart of three-time national champion Connecticut and Frank Kaminsky of national runner-up Wisconsin have won John R. Wooden Awards as national college basketball players of the year. They received their trophies Friday...
  • Wisconsin's Frank Kaminsky wins John R. Wooden Award

    Frank Kaminsky of national runner-up Wisconsin has won the John R. Wooden Award as college basketball's top men's player. The senior center received the trophy Friday night at the first College Basketball Awards from Club Nokia in downtown Los Angeles,...
  • Jim Mutscheller, Colts tight end who made key plays in 1958 championship, dies at 85

    Jim Mutscheller, Colts tight end who made key plays in 1958 championship, dies at 85
    Jim Mutscheller, the rugged tight end who made two big plays in overtime during the Colts’ historic 1958 NFL championship victory, died Friday morning of kidney failure at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Towson. The Lutherville resident was 85. A...
  • ND, Mass. governors stake friendly wager on Frozen Four

    The governors of North Dakota and Massachusetts have staked a friendly wager on the outcome of Thursday's Frozen Four semifinal hockey game between the University of North Dakota and Boston University. Gov. Jack Dalrymple is betting a pack of North...
  • Record 7 Kentucky basketball players will enter NBA draft

    Despite a Final Four loss to Wisconsin, Kentucky basketball's formula "succeed and proceed" continues to hum. The proceed part blossomed like never before as seven UK players announced Thursday they will enter this year's NBA draft. The seven freshmen...
  • Notre Dame's Jewell Loyd, of Niles West, declares for WNBA draft

    Notre Dame's Jewell Loyd, of Niles West, declares for WNBA draft
    In a rare move for a women's basketball player, Notre Dame junior guard Jewell Loyd announced Wednesday that she would forego her senior season and enter the WNBA Draft. Loyd, a Niles West graduate and the 2012 runner-up for Ms. Basketball of Illinois,...
  • Rocky Start, But Huskies Became A Team Geno Grew To Love

    Rocky Start, But Huskies Became A Team Geno Grew To Love
    TAMPA, Fla. — UConn coach Geno Auriemma loved his national championship team last season from Day 1. This season, not so much. "Last year's team, we started off Oct. 15 loving each other and it just got better and better," he said. "It was Barney...
  • Chinn latest Terps women's assistant to leave, accepts top job at FIU

    Chinn latest Terps women's assistant to leave, accepts top job at FIU
    Marlin Chinn is leaving his position as an assistant with the Maryland women's basketball team to accept the head coaching job at Florida International. The move comes one day after former top assistant Tina Langley departed to become head coach at Rice....