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  • Just like old times: Lacrosse rout for Northwestern

    Just like old times: Lacrosse rout for Northwestern
    It was like old times for the Northwestern women’s lacrosse team. And that couldn’t have happened at a better time in this rollercoaster season for the Wildcats. In the regular-season finale, No. 9 Northwestern took it to No. 20 Ohio State...
  • Johns Hopkins at Maryland men's lacrosse: Three things to watch

    Johns Hopkins at Maryland men's lacrosse: Three things to watch
    According to Johns Hopkins, the Blue Jays own a 70-40-1 advantage in this intra-state rivalry. According to Maryland, the Terps only trail 63-40-1 in this series. Johns Hopkins is 1-4 on the road this spring after losing three straight. Maryland is...
  • Ray Rice attends Rutgers spring game, speaks to team

    Ray Rice attends Rutgers spring game, speaks to team
    Former Ravens and Rutgers running back Ray Rice attended the Scarlet Knights' spring game Friday night and spoke to the team at the request of coach Kyle Flood. Rice was back at Rutgers for the first time since he was suspended by the NFL for punching...
  • NCAA president says Penn State sanctions were 'right and appropriate'

    NCAA president says Penn State sanctions were 'right and appropriate'
    NCAA President Mark Emmert on Thursday once again defended the former Penn State football sanctions, adding that communication issues were his primary concern. Speaking at an Associated Press Sports Editors meeting, Emmert called the 2012 sanctions...
  • Picture of NCAA tournament field starts to get clearer

    Picture of NCAA tournament field starts to get clearer
    This weekend brings us one step closer to "Mayhem," otherwise known as the NCAA lacrosse tournament that begins in earnest the second weekend of May. Conference races are tight and, in reality, the league tournaments are just an extension of the NCAA...
  • Trinity's Iliopoulos sets sights on state home run record

     Trinity's Iliopoulos sets sights on state home run record
    The profile description on Anyssa Iliopoulos' Twitter account @anyssailiop describes her hitting style to perfection. "I swing with everything I've got. I hit big or I miss big." Iliopoulos, a junior shortstop for Trinity, is hitting a lot more...
  • Second-degree rape charge against Melvin Scott dropped

    Second-degree rape charge against Melvin Scott dropped
    Durham, N.C., County District Attorney Roger Echols said Wednesday that his office dismissed a second-degree rape charge against former North Carolina player Melvin Scott (Southern-Baltimore) this week. Scott, 33, was arrested in November. A Durham police...
  • Big Ten, Big East matchups set for Gavitt Tipoff

    Big Ten, Big East matchups set for Gavitt Tipoff
    The Big East and Big Ten conferences announced matchups on Wednesday for the inaugural Gavitt Tipoff games next season. Illinois will play at Providence on Nov. 18, the first meeting since the 2003-04 season. DePaul heads to Penn State on Nov. 17 with a...
  • Terps guard Mincy drafted 27th overall by Liberty

    Terps guard Mincy drafted 27th overall by Liberty
    Maryland senior guard Laurin Mincy was selected by the New York Liberty in the third round with the No. 27 pick overall in the 2015 WNBA draft Thursday night at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn. Mincy was the Terps' leading scorer with 13.5...
  • Sky's top pick Cheyenne Parker comes with risk; Jewell Loyd goes No. 1 to Seattle

    Sky's top pick Cheyenne Parker comes with risk; Jewell Loyd goes No. 1 to Seattle
    The Sky may have raised a few eyebrows when they selected Cheyenne Parker with the fifth overall pick in the WNBA draft on Thursday night. After all, the 6-foot-4 Middle Tennessee State forward wasn't a high-profile name before the draft, and she was...
  • Only horse flagged in NCAA game, Rutgers' Lord Nelson, dies

    The only horse to be penalized in a college football game has died. Rutgers University says Lord Nelson was 42, or the human equivalent of 126 years. One of Lord Nelson's duties during his 37-year Rutgers career was carrying the university's Scarlet...