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  • Two-game winning streak hasn't altered confidence level of Salisbury men's lacrosse

    Two-game winning streak hasn't altered confidence level of Salisbury men's lacrosse
    Salisbury coach Jim Berkman has never lacked confidence. And according to Berkman, the same could be said of his players. The Sea Gulls have strung together their first winning streak of the season after cruising to convincing wins against Hampden-...
  • Tuesday's multi-sport college and local roundup: No. 7 U.Va. ends baseball skid; ODU, Longwood also win

    COLLEGES: Baseball: Kenny Towns was 4-for-4 with three doubles as No. 7 Virginia (13-5) ended a three-game slide with an 8-0 home win Tuesday against Towson. Virginia played without head coach Brian O’Connor, who was serving the third of his...
  • Salisbury men's lacrosse changing playing style of attack

    Salisbury’s first winning streak of the season has coincided with an adjustment in how two attackmen play their roles. Seniors Mike Kane and Kyle Goss have been asked to dodge and initiate more. Kane, a two-year starter who led the Sea Gulls...
  • State women's basketball roundup: UMES falls in MEAC final

    State women's basketball roundup: UMES falls in MEAC final
    Powered by a strong second half and four players in double figures, No. 2 seed Savannah State ended eighth-seed UMES' historic run with a 65-47 win in the women's basketball championship game Saturday afternoon at Norfolk Scope Arena, winning its first...
  • State basketball roundup: Eighth-seeded UMES women reach MEAC title game

    State basketball roundup: Eighth-seeded UMES women reach MEAC title game
    The UMES women's basketball team continued its historic march through the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference tournament in Norfolk, Va. The eighth-seeded Hawks (14-16) toppled top seed and five-time defending champion Hampton on Wednesday and outlasted...
  • Frostburg State first D-III men's lacrosse team to 6-0

    Frostburg State first D-III men's lacrosse team to 6-0
    Visiting Frostburg State became the first Division III men's college lacrosse team to reach 6-0 this season by winning, 12-4, over Lycoming (0-5) on Wednesday. Nick Stailey and Tate Rolland each had four goals for the Bobcats, who opened the game by...
  • Starting attack for Salisbury men's lacrosse could feature couple new faces

    Starting attack for Salisbury men's lacrosse could feature couple new faces
    Senior attackman Kyle Goss got his first start of the season in No. 17 Salisbury’s 9-8 overtime loss to Ohio Wesleyan on Sunday. Coach Jim Berkman said Goss, who scored one goal on three shots, will start again on Wednesday against Hampden-Sydney...
  • Salisbury men's lacrosse coach Jim Berkman emphasizing staying positive during 2-3 start

    Salisbury men's lacrosse coach Jim Berkman emphasizing staying positive during 2-3 start
    At 2-3, Salisbury is enduring its worst start in at least 17 years and is below .500 for the first time since losing two of its first three games in 2013. But coach Jim Berkman remains optimistic about the team’s potential. “We obviously...
  • Trinity Tops Salisbury, 60-47

    HARTFORD —The rally arrived just in time for Salisbury University — vastly outplayed for all but a few brief periods beforehand — to intensify the final nine and a half minutes Saturday in an NCAA Division III men's basketball tournament...
  • Saturday's local interest college basketball roundup: VCU ends three-game slide, but Richmond gains A-10 bye

    Treveon Graham scored 23 points in his final game at the Siegel Center as VCU ended a three-game losing streak with a 71-60 victory against George Mason on Saturday. Still playing with a brace on the left ankle he sprained in mid-January, Graham...
  • UMBC women edge Stony Brook in America East quarters

    UMBC women edge Stony Brook in America East quarters
    Taylor McCarley's jumper with four seconds left lifted visiting UMBC (12-18) to a 49-47 victory over Stony Brook (17-13) in an America East women's basketball quarterfinal Saturday night. The Seawolves, who trailed for most of the game, tied the score...