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  • Briefs: 2 locals set with U.S. unit

    Newport Beach residents Tumua Anae and Anne Belden will represent the U.S. women's national team in upcoming water polo events including the FINA World League prelims and super final, as well as the Kirishi Cup. Anae, a goalkeeper, starred at Corona...
  • Golfer Kohles makes most of competitive streak for U.Va.

    Golfer Kohles makes most of competitive streak for U.Va.
    Moments before Ben Kohles drilled his first tee shot in a February playoff at the John Burns Intercollegiate tournament in Hawaii, Virginia men's golf coach Bowen Sargent pulled Kohles aside to wish him luck. His back on fire like never before due to...
  • ACC under the radar for NCAA lacrosse tournament

    The ACC is well represented with four teams in the NCAA Division I men's lacrosse tournament, but the seeds are the conference's lowest since 1998. Duke (5) is the highest-seeded team, while Virginia (7) and North Carolina (8) are the last two seeds in...
  • Turgeon hire gets high marks from national analysts

    Turgeon hire gets high marks from national analysts
    By all accounts, Mark Turgeon is a skilled recruiter, a demanding coach and a valued leader. Four NCAA tournament appearances in four years at Texas A&M — football country — endorse that profile of Maryland's new basketball coach. But can...
  • Tubert on to NCAA championship

    Tubert on to NCAA championship
    BURBANK — Emily Tubert is surely getting the most out of her freshman college season. Tubert, a Burroughs High graduate and true freshman at the University of Arkansas, has had a first season with the Razorbacks' women's golf team filled with...
  • Student fee increase won't fund CNU's $600K football lights

    Student fee increase won't fund CNU's $600K football lights
    Christopher Newport hopes the first night games in its football program’s 10-year history will mean more fun for students and a more memorable experience for all fans. What the school says installing lights at POMOCO Stadium won’t do is...
  • Is Capel's return to Duke part of Krzyzewski's eventual exit strategy?

    Is Capel's return to Duke part of Krzyzewski's eventual exit strategy?
    As coaching trees go, Mike Krzyzewski's is hardly a towering pine. It's not Charlie Brown's Christmas shrub, but suffice to say the branches could use some work. All of which add intrigue to Jeff Capel's return to Duke and the perennial speculation as to...
  • Teel Time: Tough talk, laughable punishment from BCS to Fiesta Bowl

    On Jan. 10, a team led by a for-sale quarterback won the national championship at a game run by executives who “frequently acted with scant regard for ethics and proper conduct.” Ain’t college football grand? The sport’s...
  • Resourceful Old Dominion leads tight CAA baseball race

    Resourceful Old Dominion leads tight CAA baseball race
    For Old Dominion's players, the signal that this was a different sort of team and season occurred in late March, when the Monarchs won two of three at CAA favorite James Madison and established themselves as a contender. For Nate Goulet, who has deftly...
  • New Terps coach Turgeon wants to 'do some great things'

    New Terps coach Turgeon wants to 'do some great things'
    Not even Mark Turgeon's wife had anticipated he was ready to leave Texas A&M to become Maryland's next men's basketball coach. Maryland athletic director Kevin Anderson had moved on in his coaching search, believing Turgeon wasn't interested. But there...
  • All sweetness and fight

    All sweetness and fight
    The double life of Cortney Collyer is in its final days. Monday's sunrise will, in fact, bring an end to the ambiguity that now resonates between her girl-next-door appearance and the single-minded ruthlessness of her championship soul. When the...