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  • Sunday's local college basketball roundup: Adrienne Motley, Hurricanes rally past Georgia Tech 64-59

    Women: Miami sophomore and Woodside High product Adrienne Motley had 18 points and six rebounds in the Hurricanes’ 64-59 comeback win over Georgia Tech. Michelle Woods hit the go-ahead 3-pointer with 33 seconds left in the contest for Miami,...
  • Keith Pompey: Too early to bother predicting 76ers' draft pick

    NEW YORK There's an abundance of interest in the forthcoming NBA draft among 76ers fans. Understandably so, considering that's when the real excitement begins. For now, the franchise is in the middle of its second consecutive dress rehearsal of a season....
  • Okafor-led Duke rallies from halftime deficit to beat Syracuse, 80-72

    SYRACUSE, N.Y. With no postseason to play for and another NCAA-record crowd, Syracuse gave Duke quite a challenge Saturday. But ultimately, the No. 4 Blue Devils proved tough enough to pass it, leaving the Carrier Dome with an 80-72 victory. The Blue...
  • Welcome Back UConn Men, We've Been Looking For You

    Welcome Back UConn Men, We've Been Looking For You
    HARTFORD — When it was over, after Daniel Hamilton had notched his fourth career double-double and Ryan Boatright had scored north of 20 points again in another aesthetically clean game, two questions were begging to be answered. When it was over,...
  • ACC looking more and more like a five-bid league

    ACC looking more and more like a five-bid league
    During its final six seasons, 2008-13, the old Big East basketball conference averaged an unrivaled 8.5 NCAA tournament bids. In one remarkable fit of gluttony, 11 league teams landed in the 2011 bracket, and ninth-place Connecticut – ninth! –...
  • Comparing Duke's Myles Jones to Jim Brown isn't that far-fetched

    Myles Jones' coronation as the next Jim Brown of college lacrosse might have to wait for another year or two. But the similarities between the Duke midfielder and the game's best player of all-time are stunning. Both succeeded in multiple sports and...
  • Thursday's local interest college basketball roundup: ODU can't hold lead in loss at Texas-San Antonio

    MEN: If Old Dominion endures March disappointment, Thursday's loss could be a reason. ODU squandered a 10-point second-half lead and lost 72-67 at Texas-San Antonio, a potentially costly loss for the NCAA tournament chances of the Monarchs (18-5, 7-...
  • Quint Kessenich: What it will take to win in the 2015 men's lacrosse season

    It will take more than a history of success to win the 2015 men's lacrosse national championship. Five teams — Duke, Maryland, Johns Hopkins, Virginia and Loyola Maryland — have success on their resume, but there are significant reasons...
  • Notre Dame still has work to do for NCAA tournament

    Notre Dame still has work to do for NCAA tournament
    The message came a couple of hours after Notre Dame toppled No. 4 Duke. "Do you think Notre Dame will be a No. 1 seed?" As in for the NCAA tournament. I answered that the Irish still had work to do. There were no such texts after Saturday's...
  • Maryland gives Big Ten women's lacrosse a big boost

    Maryland gives Big Ten women's lacrosse a big boost
    When a college athletics conference introduces a new sport, it usually takes a while to get up to speed and compete on a national level. Not Big Ten women's lacrosse. It went from 0 to 60 in an instant. With the two most successful programs in the...
  • Notebook: Syracuse women try playing two

    Notebook: Syracuse women try playing two
    Syracuse opened its season with two games Saturday, something that had never been done in women's lacrosse, though Orange coach Gary Gait took the idea from an old tradition. "It's actually almost old school," Gait said. "When I started coaching at...