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  • Sportsman of the Year a good sport

    There were many stories to tell about the man of the hour, Rick Neuheisel, Tuesday night. Certainly there was plenty of material for roasting, a requirement for the Orange County Youth Sports Foundation Sportsman of the Year. Chris Roberts, the voice of...
  • 'Eaters aim for upset

    It's as much a clash of styles as collegiate men's volleyball powers when UC Irvine squares off against USC. The latest meeting, a semifinal in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Tournament Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Galen Center, pits the No. 1-...
  • Virginia loses aura of invincibility, falls to UC Irvine; deciding game Monday

    Virginia loses aura of invincibility, falls to UC Irvine; deciding game Monday
    Finally, vulnerability. Finally, a challenge. How will Virginia's Cavaliers, borderline invincible in their first four games of this NCAA baseball tournament, respond with their season suddenly on the line Monday after just one hiccup? "You just don't...
  • Connection with AD lures Finwood home to ODU baseball

    Connection with AD lures Finwood home to ODU baseball
    With a Hampton High diploma, a wife from Newport News and friends throughout the region, Chris Finwood is 757 to the core. But those aren't the ties that lured him home to coach Old Dominion University's baseball team. The decisive connection was ODU...
  • Briefs: Musselman commits to UCLA

    Corona del Mar High junior girls' water polo goalie Alex Musselman has verbally committed to UCLA, she confirmed Wednesday night. Musselman was the Newport-Mesa Dream Team Player of the Year this past winter for the Sea Kings. The two-year varsity...
  • Maryland attackman Catalino back on track

    Maryland attackman Catalino back on track
    Grant Catalino broke out of what some might consider a mini-slump at the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament last weekend, but the Maryland senior attackman said he never thought of it as a slump. "Not at all," he said. "The way our team is playing...
  • Game of the year: Notre Dame at Syracuse

    Game of the year: Notre Dame at Syracuse
    The showdown between No. 1 Notre Dame and No. 2 Syracuse Saturday night has the ingredients to be the game of the year. It's the RPI No. 1 (Syracuse) against No. 2 (Notre Dame). The winner is likely to be the No. 1 seed when the NCAA brackets are...
  • Inside Lacrosse: Across the nation

    • Sources told Inside Lacrosse that the University of Michigan athletic department is preparing to announce the addition of men's and women's lacrosse programs, with the men's team to begin NCAA Division I play in time for the spring 2012 season,...
  • Trojans hold off 'Eaters

    LOS ANGELES — UC Irvine could not surmount the challenge presented by No. 1-ranked USC Thursday in the semifinals of the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Tournament. And it appears, based on criteria to award the at-large berth into the four-...
  • Football bowl games undergoing increased scrutiny

    It doesn't affect the ACC directly, but Thursday's bowl news provides insight into The Way Stuff Works. Fiesta Bowl officials prostrated themselves in front of the NCAA's Bowl Licensing Subcommittee, days after doing the same thing before Bowl...
  • ACC basketball needs coaches as good as 20 years ago

    ACC basketball needs coaches as good as 20 years ago
    During the early 1990s, ACC basketball was the model of stability. Each of the conference's nine coaches advanced in the NCAA tournament and remained on the job at least six years. Eight reached multiple Sweet 16s, and eventually, three won national...