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  • Teel Time: Early loss to VCU aside, Virginia has look of state's basketball best

    VCU has been the state’s premier college basketball team each of the last three years, and with a 5-0 record versus the commonwealth this season, the Rams’ case for 2014 supremacy would seem as compelling as their rock-the-joint band, The...
  • Friday's multi-sport local and college roundup: Admirals beat league-leading Monarchs before 5,554 at Scope

    Pro hockey: Rickard Rakell had a goal and two assists Friday night as the Norfolk Admirals (30-17-17) beat the AHL-leading Manchester Monarchs 3-2 before 5,554 in the first of two-game series at Scope Arena. Manchester, the top affiliate of the Los...
  • W&M to host men's tennis match, disease-fighting awareness day Sunday

    W&M to host men's tennis match, disease-fighting awareness day Sunday
    Perhaps William and Mary's most special home men's tennis match this season is set for Sunday, March 23. As part of a 10 a.m. clash against Colonial Athletic Association rival James Madison, W&M is conducting an event called "Tribe For Teddy, Defeat...
  • Tennis: HRA grad Slattery named Summit League Player of Week after leading Denver past VCU

    Tennis: HRA grad Slattery named Summit League Player of Week after leading Denver past VCU
    Maureen Slattery of Newport News, a University of Denver freshman, was named the Summit League Player of the Week after leading the Pioneers to a 4-3 victory over VCU during the ITA Kickoff Weekend in Chapel Hill, N.C. The Hampton Roads Academy graduate...
  • Teel Time: VCU's Smart consults with stats 'genius' Pomeroy in preparation for season

    Teel Time: VCU's Smart consults with stats 'genius' Pomeroy in preparation for season
    Since Shaka Smart considers basketball stats maven Ken Pomeroy “a genius,” it’s interesting to analyze Smart’s VCU Rams through Pomeroy’s tempo-free prism. Pomeroy — here’s my profile of him from last season...
  • Teel Time: Virginia Tech, ACC excel in latest NCAA graduation survey

    Most ACC schools, including Virginia Tech and Virginia, continue to outpace their Division I and power-conference peers in graduating athletes. Among the four Division I institutions in Hampton Roads, only William and Mary trumps national averages for...
  • 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...
  • ACC All Access: Taking a closer look at men's basketball schedules for Virginia and Virginia Tech

    Virginia and Virginia Tech won’t have to take road trips to play new ACC member Syracuse this coming men’s basketball season, but both U.Va. and Tech will travel to the home floors of conference newbies Notre Dame and Pittsburgh. U.Va.&...
  • ODU Hoops Transition

    As Old Dominion begins planning for the move to Conference USA, Garmins might become standard issue during the transition, as the Monarchs figure how to get where they’re going in their new league. Unfamiliarity aside, travel might not be as...
  • A Tiger's Take: Towson AD Waddell weighs in on CAA

    As Colonial Athletic Association honchos and members prepare for conference meetings next week, I went fishing for the athletic directors at Towson, Delaware and Hofstra to get their perspectives on what the suddenly-depleted league needs to do. A couple...