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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • NU women win 13th straight Big Ten tennis tourney

    Avenging a loss to Michigan last week that cost them the Big Ten's regular season tennis title, the No. 19 Northwestern women beat the No. 10 Wolverines 4-3 Sunday in Ann Arbor to earn a 13th straight conference tournament crown. It was the seventh...
  • A hall of famer yet again

    Donna Mayhew has become a veteran of athletic hall of fame ceremonies. She's attended her share of them and has been inducted into the Glendale Community College and University of Arizona athletic hall of fames. Her acceptance speeches have been...
  • College Roundup: UCI title gives it first NCAA berth

     College Roundup: UCI title gives it first NCAA berth
    SANTA BARBARA — Senior Cortney Collyer scored a team-high four goals to pace the UC Irvine women's water polo team to its third straight Big West Conference Tournament title with an 11-5 triumph Sunday at UC Santa Barbara. The win, the seventh...
  • Playing catch-up with several former prep softball standouts

    Catching up with former All-Peninsula District softball players who are now in the college ranks: Sarah Atkins, Warwick. In her junior year at Lenoir-Rhyne, Atkins is having another solid season behind the plate. She's started all 49 games and is batting...