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  • THE REPLACEMENTS: Big Shoes To Fill - Calhoun Gone, But Ollie Isn't First Guy To Replace A Legend

    It is never easy replacing a legend, someone whose name is synonomous with the program. As they say, though, someone has to do it. In this case, former UConn player Kevin Ollie is replacing Jim Calhoun as UConn men's basketball coach. Calhoun is in the...
  • How will Virginia Tech perform against top-ranked Duke on a national stage?

    Saturday marks Malcolm Delaney's 129th game in a Virginia Tech basketball uniform. He's played from coast-to-coast and in Cancun and the Bahamas, against All-Americans and eventual national champions. But Saturday's visit from No. 1 Duke trumps them all....
  • St. John's Coach Steve Lavin Diagnosed With Prostate Cancer

    St. John's Coach Steve Lavin Diagnosed With Prostate Cancer
    Steve Lavin, the man who led St. John's Red Storm basketball team to the NCAA tournament where they tied for third in the Big East, announced Friday that he has prostate cancer. In a statement, the 46-year-old reveals that he was diagnosed several months...
  • Yes, UConn! Replaying A Magical Season

    Yes, UConn! Replaying A Magical Season
    You know how this complicated and uplifting journey ended. UConn won the 2011 national championship. Players embraced under falling confetti at Reliant Stadium in Houston. Kemba Walker became one of the most celebrated athletes on the planet. Having...
  • No. 1 Johns Hopkins falls to No. 10 North Carolina, 13-9

    No. 1 Johns Hopkins falls to No. 10 North Carolina, 13-9
    No. 10 North Carolina scored four goals in the first 10 minutes of the fourth quarter as the Tar Heels upset the No. 1 Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team, 13-9, on Sunday night in the Big City Classic in East Rutherford, N.J. The previously unbeaten...
  • Stanwick leads way as Virginia beats North Carolina, 15-10

    Stanwick leads way as Virginia beats North Carolina, 15-10
    Steele Stanwick (Loyola) came up big again with three goals and four assists to lead nine Cavaliers in scoring as top-ranked Virginia beat host No. 4 North Carolina, 15-10, on Saturday. With the win, the Cavaliers (10-1, 2-0) clinched at least the second...
  • Holman leads N. Carolina over Hofstra, 12-9

    Marcus Holman (Gilman) scored a game-high five goals, including two during a late rally, as No. 4 North Carolina won a come-from-behind victory over Hofstra, 12-9, at the ESPNU Warrior Classic on Saturday in Charlotte, N.C. Trailing by one goal at the...
  • Weekend wrap: Terps reach out to former St. John's shooting guard commitment

    Weekend wrap: Terps reach out to former St. John's shooting guard commitment
    St. John's loss could potentially be Maryland's gain. Darrick Wood, a 6-foot-4 shooting guard, withdrew his commitment to the Red Storm late last week. According to FiveStarBasketball.com, the Terps reached out to the Washington native soon after. Since...
  • Weekly Maryland recruiting roundup

    Weekly Maryland recruiting roundup
    Jake Layman is just seven games into his senior season, but the Maryland-bound forward already appears to have hit his midseason stride. On Tuesday, Layman guided King Philip to a 74-52 win over Sharon (Mass.). It was the first 40-point game of Layman's...
  • CAA endures uneven November, aims for better December

    The first sign came from the tropics on Nov. 19, a Friday afternoon. Norfolk State, picked to finish fourth in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference and eight games under .500 a year ago, knocked off Colonial Athletic Association favorite Drexel at the...
  • Greenberg says Virginia Tech "melted" in loss to Duke

    Greenberg says Virginia Tech "melted" in loss to Duke
    January matched Virginia Tech basketball's worst month in Seth Greenberg's eight seasons as coach. Six defeats in seven games, including setbacks at ACC lightweights Wake Forest and Boston College. February couldn't have started with a much more...