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  • FAU defenders D'Joun Smith, Cory Henry named All-Conference USA

    FAU defenders D'Joun Smith, Cory Henry named All-Conference USA
    FAU had two first-team Conference USA players in the program's first year in the league, as junior cornerback D'Joun Smith and senior defensive end Cory Henry were both named to the all-conference team Tuesday.  Smith was second in the nation in...
  • Marlins trade Justin Ruggiano to Cubs

    The Miami Marlins on Thursday put a bow on an active week at the Baseball Winter Meetings, acquiring outfielder Brian Bogusevic from the Chicago Cubs in exchange for outfielder Justin Ruggiano. The left-handed hitting Bogusevic, 29, hit .273 with six...
  • ODU women thumped by Tulane 92-62, fall to 0-2 in C-USA

    NORFOLK — For Old Dominion, the highlights were the fiery pregame introductions, the individual artistry of Shae Kelley, several Tiffany Minor moments and a couple of offensive rebound sequences. By the end of Saturday’s game, most of the...
  • ODU women have help on way, but can succeed with current group

    As Old Dominion’s women stumble out of the gate in Conference USA, it’s tempting to look toward the end of the bench and ponder the potential help wearing street clothes on game days. Three of the perhaps top six players in the program are...
  • Wednesday's local interest college basketball roundup: Delaware turns back W&M; Apprentice wins

    Delaware guard Devon Saddler scored 26 points as the Blue Hens ended William and Mary’s three-game winning streak with a 76-71 victory Wednesday in Newark, Del. W&M (9-6, 1-1 Colonial Athletic Association) led 38-32 at the half, and still led 54-53...
  • Thursday's local interest college basketball roundup: Virginia women upend No. 6 Maryland

    Kelsey Wolfe scored 24 points as the Virginia women upended No. 6 Maryland 86-72 Thursday night in Charlottesville, ending the Terrapins’ 14-game winning streak. U.Va. (10-9, 3-3 Atlantic Coast Conference), which had knocked off No. 24 Florida...
  • Strides aside, Jones wants more from young ODU team

    Strides aside, Jones wants more from young ODU team
    NORFOLK — The Constant Center was nearly vacant late Thursday as Old Dominion coach Jeff Jones leaned back in a chair and took one more exasperated look at the evening's box score. "From where we started," he said, "we've taken big strides. But we...
  • Defense doesn't rest as ODU men hold off Tulane

    NORFOLK -- On a night when the offense came in fits and starts, Old Dominion relied on a defensive sequence to separate from pesky Tulane. Spurred by a lineup featuring three reserves, the Monarchs clamped down on the Green Wave during a pivotal 9-2...
  • LATEST LINE

    --------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- By J. McCarthy --------------------------------------- Army is 6-1 against the spread its last 7 games vs. a Conference USA opponent. The Black Knights are a perfect 11-0...
  • Conference USA confident it will place all bowl-eligible teams in games

    Conference USA confident it will place all bowl-eligible teams in games
    Conference USA could see as many as nine teams gain bowl eligibility this season, and with the league having only six bowl game tie-ins and no secondary tie-in agreements, that could be a problem.  With four weeks remaining in the season, there's...
  • Conference USA

    Old Dominion embarks on an adventure in its first season in Conference USA. The league stretches from West Virginia south to Florida and west to Texas and Oklahoma. The Monarchs' aim, obviously, is to be competitive in its new league, and along the way...