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  • Towson women drop CAA title game to James Madison, 8-6

    Towson coach Sonia LaMonica knew advancing to the NCAA tournament likely hinged on beating James Madison in Saturday's Colonial Athletic Association championship game. The Tigers, who entered the day 11-6,and had their biggest victory on April 15 against...
  • Pole dance can't help UCI

    IRVINE — First, things went fortuitously foul for the UC Irvine baseball team Saturday against Big West Conference visitor Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Then, they simply went south. After apparently catching a monumental break when a would-be, go-...
  • Gauchos fall in final

    UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – The UC Santa Barbara men's volleyball team, which features four former Corona del Mar High players, including Scott Slaughter and Dylan Davis, nearly won its first NCAA championship, but lost in five sets to Ohio State...
  • Anteaters want more

    UC Irvine is the 2011 Big West Conference champion in men's tennis. Has a nice ring to it. But that's not the ring the UC Irvine men's tennis coach Trevor Kronemann longs for. The Anteaters are piling on success after success these days. They won...
  • NU lacrosse gets No. 2 seed, opens NCAA play against Boston College

    The Northwestern women's lacrosse team got the second seed in the NCAA tournament and will open its quest for a sixth national title in the past seven years against Boston College Saturday in Evanston. The top four seed in a bracket announced Sunday...
  • Baseball: FAU needs wins to get into NCAA regional

    With the regular season Sun Belt title probably out of reach, FAU coach John McCormack is hoping his team makes a late-season run to clinch in a NCAA regional. "Our RPI is solid, but we have to win more games," McCormack said. "We put ourselves in a...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...