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  • Hoyas' Whittington out indefinitely because of academic issues

    Roughly an hour and a half after athletic department officials revealed Georgetown starting forward Greg Whittington (Oakland Mills) would be out indefinitely because of academic issues, the Hoyas stepped onto the Verizon Center court Wednesday for a...
  • Big East Basketball Schools Make It Official — Will Form Their Own League

    Big East Basketball Schools Make It Official — Will Form Their Own League
    The seven non-BCS football schools made their anticipated getaway from the Big East Conference on Saturday, their presidents voting unanimously to leave and form their own basketball-oriented conference. The exit of Georgetown, St. John's, Providence,...
  • Friday's local men's college basketball roundup: W&M slams Salisbury; VCU hammers Longwood

    William and Mary shook off the rust from its exam-break layoff and eased past Salisbury 82-49 Friday at Kaplan Arena. The Tribe (7-3) hadn't played since knocking off Radford on Dec. 8, but led the Division III Sea Gulls 43-22 by halftime and were...
  • Villanova Can't Slow Down UConn As Huskies Run To 76-43 Victory

    – Since the freshmen are relatively new to the neighborhood, UConn's veterans took time this week to explain what it's like hanging out with Villanova. To paraphrase: You can knock on its door, but you can't make them come out to play. You can...
  • The Orlando Magic's top goal against the New York Knicks: Slow Carmelo

    The Orlando Magic's top goal against the New York Knicks: Slow Carmelo
    NEW YORK — The Orlando Magic’s top priority against the New York Knicks tonight will be straightforward in its aim and complex in its execution: Slow down Carmelo Anthony. The Magic haven’t been able to do it yet this season. They...
  • UConn Women Find Range, Roll Over Marquette, 94-37

    UConn Women Find Range, Roll Over Marquette, 94-37
    When the Big East selected Marquette to play UConn twice this season, Golden Eagles coach Terri Mitchell tried to pour herself a glass half full. This was a magnanimous gesture. An ordinary person, confronted by the possibilities, would have...
  • National men's lacrosse: No. 4 Irish rout No. 10 Duke, 13-5

    No. 4 Notre Dame scored the first six goals and never looked back in a 13-5 season-opening win over host No. 10 Duke on Saturday in men's lacrosse. Jim Marlatt led the Irish attack with a career-high five goals, and freshman Matt Kavanagh scored four...
  • Notebook: Atlantic Sun addition suggests NCAA tourney expansion on horizon

    Notebook: Atlantic Sun addition suggests NCAA tourney expansion on horizon
    The Atlantic Sun Conference's addition of men's lacrosse means another automatic qualifier for the 2014 NCAA tournament. And, it means more than half the tournament will be AQs, which is not allowed according to NCAA Bylaw 31.3.4.7.1. The Atlantic Sun's...
  • National lacrosse: No. 11 Denver men cruise against No. 7 Lehigh, 18-10

      No. 11 Denver picked up its second win of the season over a ranked opponent Saturday, upsetting No. 7 Lehigh, 18-10, in the second game of the Frontier Face-off Classic in Denver. The first half had four ties and four lead changes, but the host...
  • Roundup: Balanced attack leads No. 11 Virginia men by Mount, 18-11

    Roundup: Balanced attack leads No. 11 Virginia men by Mount, 18-11
    The host No. 11 Virginia men's lacrosse team easily got by Mount St. Mary's, 18-11, on Tuesday despite three goals and two assists from the Moutaineers' Brett Schmidt. Schmidt (St. Mary's Ryken), who opened the scoring, now has a goal in 32...
  • Duke offers influential win opportunity for Virginia

    Getting big home wins in January against North Carolina and N.C. State were steps in the right direction for a Virginia program hoping to get back to the NCAA tournament for a second straight season, but one fact remains. Those Atlantic Coast Conference...