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  • UConn Women's Insider: Grad Assistant Lister Still Has Pro Hopes

    UConn Women's Insider: Grad Assistant Lister Still Has Pro Hopes
    Before Jasmine Lister was offered the chance to be a graduate assistant at UConn last season, she was one of the nation's top point guards at Vanderbilt. She was instinctive, creative and resourceful, one of the most durable players in the Commodores'...
  • Thursday's college and local multi-sport roundup: Two former Longwood players from Peninsula sign with MLB organizations; Pilots lose to Salamanders

     BASEBALL: A pair of Peninsula players who starred for Longwood have signed professional contracts, becoming the 12th and 13th Lancers to join Major League Baseball organizations. Aaron Myers, an undrafted free-agent pitcher who excelled for Denbigh...
  • UConn Football Insider: A Look At Powerful Cincinnati

    Cincinnati and UConn have played 10 times since 2001, and the Bearcats have dominated, going 8-2. Cincinnati won 41-16 the last time they played, in 2013. Paul Pasqualoni had been fired after an 0-4 start and T.J. Weist, who just the season before was on...
  • UConn Men's Basketball Insider: Paul McCarthy Will Figure It Out

       UConn Men's Basketball Insider: Paul McCarthy Will Figure It Out
    STORRS – Paul McCarthy spends a good portion of his time at Gampel Pavilion doing the important, but not necessarily glamorous, legal work of the UConn athletic department. In 17 years at UConn, as assistant attorney general, senior associate...
  • Larrier, Gibbs Already Becoming Pals On The Court At UConn

     Larrier, Gibbs Already Becoming Pals On The Court At UConn
    STORRS — This is the time of year for bonding. Sterling Gibbs, who was driving from UConn back home to New Jersey, gave Terry Larrier a lift to his home in the Bronx last weekend, and it was a chance to talk about the challenge ahead. Gibbs, a...
  • Browns rookie Danny Shelton reflects on mother's influence

    BEREA, Ohio Danny Shelton listened to the advice doled out this week at the NFL Rookie Symposium and realized his mother has been preaching similar lessons about staying out of trouble for years. "My whole life has been like that," Shelton said Tuesday...
  • UConn Men Release Impressive 13-Game Non-Conference Schedule

    UConn Men Release Impressive 13-Game Non-Conference Schedule
    The finishing touches have been applied to UConn's 13-game nonconference men's basketball schedule, and it includes an impressive mix of high-major opponents, mid-major opponents and in-state opponents. The highlights, as previously announced, include...
  • Dieruff coach Kyle Beller is happy to finally get a shot in the McDonald's All-Star Classic

    Dieruff coach Kyle Beller is happy to finally get a shot in the McDonald's All-Star Classic
    Kyle Beller played on the 1996 Dieruff team that upset Central Catholic, then the state's No. 1 ranked team, in the regular season and James Mungro and East Stroudsburg High School in the District 11 Class 4A playoffs. The following June, six Huskies...
  • Washington is relying on a young team, Huskies are ranked No. 58

    Washington is relying on a young team, Huskies are ranked No. 58
    Orlando Sentinel college insider Matt Murschel ranked all 128 Football Bowl Subdivision teams in the country entering the 2015-16 season. The Sentinel staff takes a closer look at a new team daily, counting backward from No. 128 to our projected No. 1...
  • Illinois newspapers earn state APME awards

    The News-Gazette was honored as news innovator of the year by the Illinois Associated Press Media Editors and the Peoria Journal Star as member newspaper of the year. The Chicago Tribune won the general excellence award among large papers, the Daily...
  • Toughest non-conference schedules in 2015

    Toughest non-conference schedules in 2015
    ¬† If we’ve learned anything from the new College Football Playoff, it’s strength of schedule is a crucial element to success. Here is a look at five teams who face the toughest non-conference schedules heading into the 2015 season based on...