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  • Late run gives NU women 8-4 lacrosse win at Virginia

    Breaking a tie with four unanswered goals in the final six minutes of the game, the No. 5 Northwestern women's lacrosse team picked up a critical 8-4 win Saturday at No. 11 Virginia. The victory kept the Wildcats hopes alive of earning a top four seed in...
  • College Roundup: UCI beats Bakersfield

    BASEBALL UC Irvine 11, Cal State Bakersfield 6 BAKERSFIELD — Freshman Andrew Thurman and sophomore Kyle Hooper combined for 8 1/3 shutout innings to key the Anteaters in the nonconference road game Saturday. Thurman entered in the first inning in...
  • Tribe coach remains upbeat despite lopsided defeat

    A year ago Wednesday, William and Mary's basketball team was contending for a conference championship, ranked among the nation's top 60 and had legitimate aspirations of earning the program's first NCAA tournament bid. This season's Tribe entered...
  • Old Dominion dominates in Richmond with 70-59 win vs. VCU

    Prior to Saturday afternoon's game at VCU, Old Dominion athletic director Wood Selig encountered a young Rams fan in the men's room. The fan didn't know Selig but knew the Monarchs' sweater he was sporting. "ODU sucks," the fan said good-naturedly....
  • How will Virginia Tech perform against top-ranked Duke on a national stage?

    Saturday marks Malcolm Delaney's 129th game in a Virginia Tech basketball uniform. He's played from coast-to-coast and in Cancun and the Bahamas, against All-Americans and eventual national champions. But Saturday's visit from No. 1 Duke trumps them all....
  • Mason, ODU appear assured of NCAA bids

    Mason, ODU appear assured of NCAA bids
    By any standard, this was the best regular season in Colonial Athletic Association basketball history. Now comes the hard part. Authoring an equally riveting postseason. The challenge starts with the conference tournament, which runs Friday-Monday at...
  • Hokies no more 'out' of NCAA than they were 'in' after Duke

    Hokies no more 'out' of NCAA than they were 'in' after Duke
    With less than two minutes remaining in their final regular-season game at Cassell Coliseum, Jeff Allen, Malcolm Delaney and Terrell Bell headed for the bench. Such moments are supposed to include bear hugs from coaches, fist bumps from teammates and...
  • Sowell wastes no time in accepting job as Navy men's lacrosse coach

    Rick Sowell says that Navy contacted him about the vacant men's lacrosse head coaching job "about four or five days ago." And after meeting with athletic director Chet Gladchuk and other school officials, visiting the campus in Annapolis, and touring...
  • Cervenka pays dividends for CIF champions

    GLENDALE — All softball season long, Meredith Cervenka has been behind the scenes, calling pitches for La CaƱada High pitcher Lauren O'Leary. In turn, the Spartans' hurler had no problem following Cervenka's gameplan, which helped her shut down...
  • NCAA track update

  • W&M notebook: Victory over Richmond likely sealed first-round NCAA bye

    Saturday's 41-3 win against Richmond gave the Tribe the Colonial Athletic Association's automatic bid to the 20-team FCS playoff field. William and Mary technically shared the league title, its first since 2004, with Delaware, which also went 6-2 in the...