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  • Local athletes planning to sign with NCAA programs

    High school seniors that plan to play NCAA Division I and Division II sports (not including football, soccer and men's water polo) can sign with schools between Nov. 12 and Nov. 19 during the national letter of intent early signing period. Are we...
  • UConn 65, College of Charleston 57: Wrapping Things Up From Clemente Coliseum

      SAN JUAN, P.R. – The Huskies grinded another one out. This one was closer than it needed to be; UConn missed 10 free throws, or it would have been more comfortable. The Huskies did shoot better, and rebound better, but with the teams they have...
  • UConn, Dayton Meet In Tip-Off After Just Missing In Spring

    UConn, Dayton Meet In Tip-Off After Just Missing In Spring
    SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — While the Huskies were beginning their miracle run last March, the Dayton Flyers were in the same building, working similar magic. They were in different brackets, but both in Buffalo for the second and third rounds of the...
  • UConn Beats Albany 1-0; Headed To Field Hockey Final

    UConn Beats Albany 1-0; Headed To Field Hockey Final
    COLLEGE PARK, Md. — The UConn field hockey team might not have spent a lot of time in the scoring circle Friday night in the national semifinal game. But what time it did spend there was productive. Senior Chloe Hunnable scored 3 minutes, 15...
  • Northwestern, Syracuse highlight Terps' schedule in first women's Big Ten season

    Northwestern, Syracuse highlight Terps' schedule in first women's Big Ten season
    Maryland's schedule for the first Big Ten women's lacrosse season features some things old and some things new as the Terps leave behind a couple of storied rivalries to face a new conference and new foes, including a first meeting with Florida. The...
  • SCBL Fall Basketball Report: Setting the stage for "Championship Sunday"

    The playoffs provided lots of quality action at the Swain School this past Sunday as the semis were held. Here's the report from Ed Jennings, the SCBL's founder and league director. Remember that the NCAA Division is for kids primarily in grades 7-8-9...
  • Maryland commit Jaylen Brantley proved himself playing with Boston-area stars

    Maryland commit Jaylen Brantley proved himself playing with Boston-area stars
    Ever since Melo Trimble announced last year that he was coming to Maryland, Mark Turgeon and his staff had trouble recruiting another point guard to follow the McDonald’s All-American to College Park. A number of prospects turned them down because...
  • UConn Women Skate To 2-2 Tie Against Syracuse

    Women's Hockey Annie Belanger made 37 saves to help the UConn women to a 2-2 tie at Syracuse Sunday in Syracuse, N.Y. The draw moves the Huskies to 2-3-2 on the season, while the Orange go to 1-1-4 after tying their fourth consecutive Hockey East...
  • Regional Digest: New London Tackle Commits To UConn

    Tackle Commits To UConn Brian Cespedes, a 6-foot-7, 260-pound offensive tackle at New London High committed to the UConn football program Friday. Cespedes is the 17th recruit to commit for 2015. Two Assigned To Wolf Pack The Rangers recalled forward...
  • College football: What to watch Saturday on TV

    Each week our national college football writer describes how he would handle the television remote Saturday, handicapping what's worth watching, and skipping: MORNING No. 4 Baylor (6-0) at West Virginia (4-2) 9 a.m., Fox Sports 1 The over-under is...
  • Virginia, Virginia Tech face stout road tests in ACC men's basketball season

    BLACKSBURG — Virginia will have to manage two particularly challenging stretches of Atlantic Coast Conference men’s basketball games if it hopes to repeat as conference champions, while Virginia Tech must get used to road life early and late...