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  • National lacrosse roundup: Cornell's run upsets No. 2 Virginia men, 12-9

    No. 2 Virginia led 5-2 with 2:36 left in the second quarter, but Cornell jumped to a 6-5 halftime lead and handed the visiting Cavaliers their first defeat of the season Saturday, 12-9. Midfielder Connor Buczek had a hat trick for the Big Red (5-0)...
  • Huskies About To Show If They're Ready For March

    Huskies About To Show If They're Ready For March
    LOUISVILLE, Ky. — For the past couple of years, UConn has played with nothing — or very little — to lose. Following their 33-point humiliation at the hands of national champ Louisville, it should be noted the Huskies have been largely...
  • Rutgers Vs. UConn Rivalry Will Live On

    UNCASVILLE — The long and always interesting rivalry between UConn and Rutgers in the Big East and American Athletic Conference will live on after this season as nonconference opponents. Senior women's athletic administrators from both programs...
  • UConn Never Lets Rutgers Into AAC Semifinal

    UConn Never Lets Rutgers Into AAC Semifinal
    UNCASVILLE — There are days when the things UConn does better than just about everyone else in women's basketball conspire take the oxygen out of an opponent. Of course, it's not every day you see it all mesh in the first seven minutes in the...
  • UConn's Varied Offensive Attack Key To AAC Domination

    UConn's Varied Offensive Attack Key To AAC Domination
    UNCASVILLE — UConn entered its first American Athletic Conference postseason tournament far ahead of the field. And the easiest way to measure it was this: In its 31 games, the Huskies trailed for just 38 minutes, 49 seconds of a possible 1,240....
  • Lacrosse roundup: Johns Hopkins women win 8th in a row

    Dene' DiMartino scored three of her career-high-tying four goals in the second half Wednesday to lead No. 9 Johns Hopkins past visiting Boston University, 11-8. The Blue Jays tied the school Division I record for wins to start the season with their...
  • Kissimmee Gateway CB Isaiah Wharton commits to Rutgers

    Kissimmee Gateway CB Isaiah Wharton commits to Rutgers
    With Rutgers head coach Kyle Flood and defensive line coach Jim Panagos in his living room, Isaiah Wharton decided he didn't have to wait any longer and committed to the Scarlet Knights to the screams of delight from his mother. "It was a really special...
  • Play it forward: Five things to watch in college football

    Five things to watch this week in college football. 1: Central Florida at No. 8 Louisville provides the Cardinals another Thursday night window to prove they are deserving of title consideration. Louisville did not exactly light up the room last week...
  • Fantasy football: Week 9 waiver targets

    Fantasy football: Week 9 waiver targets
    Week 9 waiver targets for fantasy football leagues: Indianapolis wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey (owned in 45 percent of Yahoo leagues) In five NFL seasons, Darrius Heyward-Bey never has played all 16 games and has yet to eclipse 64 catches in a year....
  • Friday's multi-sport college roundup: Jamestown alum Colley wins ACC cross country championship

    Cross country: Jamestown High alumnus Andrew Colley, an N.C. State senior, won the Atlantic Coast Conference championship Friday. He finished 8 kilometers in Kernersville, N.C., in 23 minutes, 37.9 seconds, beating runner-up Thomas Curtin of Virginia...
  • CONFERENCE SPOTLIGHT Taking On The Champ: SMU, Like Most New AAC Teams, Excited To Face UConn

    CONFERENCE SPOTLIGHT<br>Taking On The Champ: SMU, Like Most New AAC Teams, Excited To Face UConn
    UNCASVILLE — They began perusing the rosters at the airport in Texas, continued studying on the flight to Connecticut and had the names of their future opponents memorized on the drive to the Mohegan Sun. Keena Mays and Akil Simpson, the players...