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  • UConn Wins Trophy At Garden And Impresses Indiana Coach

    NEW YORK — UConn left Madison Square Garden with another trophy, and left Indiana coach Tom Crean rather impressed. "We played one of the best teams in the country," Crean said. "When you look at not only what the backcourt has, but with the...
  • Sam Cassell Jr. Signs Letter Of Intent

    NEW YORK — UConn has two of its three recruiting commitments in the fold — but only one in the bank. Point guard Sam Cassell Jr., who committed in October, signed a National Letter of Intent, the school announced on Thursday. Swing man Daniel...
  • UConn Women's Roster: A Closer Look

    UConn Women's Roster: A Closer Look
    Brianna Banks, No. 13 5-9, G JR., Newnan, Ga. Was just coming into her own last season when she hurt her knee at St. John's on Feb. 2 and was lost for the season. Extremely quick and a good defender. Saniya Chong, No. 12 5-8, G FR., Ossining, N.Y....
  • UCONN WOMEN'S OUTLOOK The Best Defense: Season After Title Offers Challenge, But Talent Is There To Repeat

    UCONN WOMEN'S OUTLOOK<br>The Best Defense: Season After Title Offers Challenge, But Talent Is There To Repeat
    STORRS — During the course of his Hall of Fame career, now enriched by eight NCAA championships and an Olympic gold medal, UConn's Geno Auriemma has distinguished himself by digging below the surface of the apparent. It is there, buried under the...
  • Back From Injury, Banks Expects To Contribute At UConn

    Back From Injury, Banks Expects To Contribute At UConn
    STORRS — Brianna Banks certainly was not the first UConn women's basketball player to have an ACL injury. And unless physiology evolves faster than we expect, she won't be the last. But that doesn't mean her injury, and its aftermath, weren't...
  • For Magic radio voice Dennis Neumann, the Marine Corps Marathon will be a family affair

    For Magic radio voice Dennis Neumann, the Marine Corps Marathon will be a family affair
    As the Orlando Magic's radio play-by-play announcer, Dennis Neumann spends his working life describing the athletic exploits of others. But one week from Sunday, Neumann, his stepson and one of his stepdaughters will do something few pro athletes ever...
  • ODU dives into unknown of Conference USA competition

    ODU dives into unknown of Conference USA competition
    The summer break seemed shorter and anything but routine around the Old Dominion athletic department, where everyone prepared for the most significant change in 40 years. Old Dominion's move to Conference USA is the most substantial since athletics...
  • Johnny Manziel, others forced to honor flawed NCAA rule

    When is a signature worth more than the paper it's written on? When that signature belongs to Johnny Manziel, apparently. A week after it came to light the Texas A&M quarterback was being investigated by the NCAA for allegedly accepting cash in...
  • ACC comes to NYC to welcome Pittsburgh, Syracuse and Notre Dame

    ACC comes to NYC to welcome Pittsburgh, Syracuse and Notre Dame
    NEW YORK (AP) — The Atlantic Coast Conference's plan to expand, revealed in 2010 and modified along the way, has come to fruition. Pittsburgh, Syracuse and Notre Dame became members of the ACC at 12:01 ET Monday, giving the conference 15 members....
  • National men's lacrosse: Fairfield stuns No. 1 Denver, 10-9, in overtime

    Sam Snow scored the game-winner with 56 seconds left in overtime as the visiting Fairfield men's lacrosse team upset top-ranked Denver, 10-9, Saturday in front of an announced 2,520 at Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium. The Stags (8-5, 4-2 Eastern College...
  • Colleges digest: O'Neill commits to Johns Hopkins

    Men's and boys lacrosse O'Neill commits to Hopkins; O'Connor will attend Maryland Rising sophomore Brendan O'Neill of Haverford School in Havertown, Pa., has committed orally to Johns Hopkins. O'Neill plays club lacrosse for the Baltimore Crabs and...