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  • EPC Week 1 football preview capsules

    EPC Week 1 football preview capsules
    Bethlehem Catholic at Liberty •When: 7 tonight •In the spotlight: Bethlehem Catholic begins 2014 as the top football team among the Christmas City's three schools. Some people believe Liberty will be the toughest opponent the Golden Hawks...
  • Week 1: Five can't-miss games

    Week 1: Five can't-miss games
    No. 14 Montini at No. 13 Maine South When: 7:30 p.m. Friday. 2013 records: Montini 13-1, Maine South 9-3. On the offensive: Both teams spread the field and throw until dared to run, which they do effectively. The continued development of junior QB...
  • UConn Storms Back, Beats St. Joseph's In Overtime Thriller

     UConn Storms Back, Beats St. Joseph's In Overtime Thriller
    BUFFALO, N.Y. — Shabazz Napier's first thoughts are always for his teammates, his team, the final score. And in his performance Thursday night, with its hits, misses and flaws, all of that showed. But when it was over, when UConn had outlasted...
  • St. Joseph's Has Overcome A Lot To Reach Game With UConn

    St. Joseph's Has Overcome A Lot To Reach Game With UConn
    St. Joseph's and UConn, soon to be NCAA opponents, have a few things in common. One of them is a determined group of seniors. "These guys have been driven since last May to leave a mark," coach Phil Martelli said on a conference call. "They've been...
  • With Bitter Memories, Huskies Plan To Take Care Of Business

    With Bitter Memories, Huskies Plan To Take Care Of Business
    BUFFALO, N.Y. — Some of the Huskies know the thrill of winning a national championship, and most know the emptiness of being barred from postseason play. But perhaps the most important experience of all came in between, when UConn lost to Iowa...
  • Friday's local interest women's college basketball roundup: Perry returns as CNU wins in NCAA first round

    NCAA Division III: Not only did Christopher Newport win its first-round game in the NCAA Division III tournament, the Captains welcomed a familiar face back to the lineup after an injury. Tia Perry, who had been out with a leg problem, scored seven...
  • Saturday's local interest college basketball roundup: VCU shreds GW in second half, will meet St. Joseph's in Atlantic 10 final

    Men: Atlantic 10: VCU coach Shaka Smart lives for March. Smart's Rams are now in their fourth conference final in the last five seasons after wreaking “Havoc” against George Washington and pulling away in the second half for a 74-55 victory...
  • Just Part Of The Madness: Phil Martelli Is A UConn Foe And A UConn Best Friend

    Just Part Of The Madness: Phil Martelli Is A UConn Foe And A UConn Best Friend
    STORRS — The first call Geno Auriemma got after he won his first national championship in 1995 wasn't from President Clinton, Governor John Rowland or Jim Calhoun. It was from St. Joseph's coach Phil Martelli. "He was one of the first guys on...
  • When UConn-St. Joe's Played In 1965, Toby Kimball Stood Tall

    When UConn-St. Joe's Played In 1965, Toby Kimball Stood Tall
    UConn's opponent had everything — a tall frontcourt, a flashy guard, a future Hall of Fame coach and home-court advantage. But the Huskies had Toby Kimball. "Born on a mountain top in Sudbury "He could dunk the ball when he was only three …...
  • Gampel Notebook: Geno Lines Up In Favor Of Neutral Sites

    — This weekend's NCAA Tournament games at Gampel Pavilion are expected to springboard UConn to the regional finals In Lincoln, Neb. And once there, the Huskies could find themselves in a position no team likely will ever face again on the way a...
  • St. Joseph's Wins To Set Up Meeting With UConn

    STORRS — St. Joseph's isn't leaving Gampel Pavilion after the first round this year. Instead the Hawks will play No. 1 UConn in the second round on Tuesday night. No. 9 St. Joseph's beat eighth-seeded Georgia 67-57 in the first round of the NCAA...