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  • CAA tournament ends up in Baltimore after departure of Virginia-based schools

    CAA tournament ends up in Baltimore after departure of Virginia-based schools
    Baltimore's 1st Mariner Arena will host the Colonial Athletic Association men's basketball tournament for three years, starting in 2014, officials from the city and league confirmed Wednesday. The city now offers a centralized location for the...
  • Tuesday's local college roundup: Tribe men's basketball team heading for Dominican Republic in August

    Men’s basketball: The William and Mary team is going international this summer in preparation for the 2013-14 season. For the first time, the program will make a trip to the Dominican Republic from Aug. 6-13, organized through Moose Tours. The...
  • Lehigh men's basketball schedule announced

     
    It took a long time, longer than it ever has, but defending Patriot League men’s basketball champion Lehigh finally has a 2012-13 schedule. Coach Brett Reed’s Mountain Hawks have games at Baylor, Pittsburgh (for the NIT Season Tip-Off),...
  • Two Lehigh men's games on national TV

     
    Two of the Lehigh men’s nonconference basketball games will be on national TV. Lehigh's road games against VCU and Baylor will air on NBC Sports Network and Fox Sports Southwest, respectively. The Mountain Hawks will have at least five nationally-...
  • Teel Time: Atlantic 10 basketball remains formidable after realignment

    For all their disparate memberships and agendas, strengths and weaknesses, college sports conferences tend to operate on the same July 1-June 30 fiscal year. So the annual myriad realignment that plagues Division I and baffles fans became official last...
  • Tuesday's local college roundup: Hokies' season opener vs. Alabama in Atlanta sells out

    Football: Virginia Tech's season opener against two-time defending national champion Alabama, at 5:30 p.m. Aug. 31 at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, has sold out. ... Old Dominion canceled a 2014 game at Charlotte, one of its future rivals in...
  • CAA's Yeager takes a swing at FBS

    Preseason college football media days are predictable affairs. Everybody’s a contender. Everybody can’t wait for the season to start. Everybody’s happy to see everyone else. Colonial Athletic Association commissioner Tom Yeager pivoted...
  • W&M's Driscoll vigilant, but Tribe still committed to evolving CAA

    Nothing has occurred recently, William and Mary athletic director Terry Driscoll said this week, that would prompt the school to consider bolting the Colonial Athletic Association for a new conference. Driscoll pays attention to the landscape and said...
  • Star Track: Tamisha Augustin

    Star Track: Tamisha Augustin
    Tamisha Augustin, a Bethel High graduate, was named an assistant coach for the VCU Rams' women's basketball team. She will serve on the staff of Marlene Stollings. “She is a proven recruiter who is known for attracting top talent in our region,&...
  • Tuesday's college roundup: VCU leads state in Division I winning percentage

    VCU’s .655 winning percentage ranked best among all Division I schools in Virginia for 2012-13. The Rams sent six teams to the postseason and had three programs ranked in the top-25: men’s basketball, men’s soccer and men’s...
  • CAA again on good side of NCAA academic ratings

    With the NCAA’s annual data dump of academic scorekeeping, the Colonial Athletic Association’s athletic factories demonstrated again that they know their way around the classroom, or at least can tailor curricula to keep the jockocracy on good...