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  • Phoebus' Darden still set on Radford, despite Greenberg's impending ouster

    Nothing is forever, of course, which is especially true when it comes to a coach's job security. When Phoebus' Brian Darden signed with Radford University in the fall, the Highlanders had gone 40-24 over the past two seasons, which included the program's...
  • Virginia confident heading into postseason despite late stumble

    Three months are more instructive than three days, Virginia baseball coach Brian O'Connor believes, which is why the Cavaliers' season-ending hiccup at North Carolina doesn't greatly concern him heading into the ACC tournament. The Cavaliers (45-9) still...
  • Clemson's Lamb, U.Va.'s Hultzen improve draft stock with memorable senior seasons

    Clemson's Lamb, U.Va.'s Hultzen improve draft stock with memorable senior seasons
    Will Lamb should be an open-and-shut case for Major League scouts. He is 6-foot-6, left-handed and throws 90 mph. So you need not be fluent in sabermetrics or a descendent of Branch Rickey to project Lamb's baseball future. He's a pitcher. Or so he,...
  • 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...
  • Larry's resignation from ODU as coach inevitable

    Larry's resignation from ODU as coach inevitable
    When contract discussions between Old Dominion coach Wendy Larry and athletic director Wood Selig moved from the study to the front lawn, with megaphones and an audience, it was over. Larry's reign on Hampton Boulevard was done. The only question was,...
  • Softball: CNU gains NCAA at-large bid, will meet Va. Wesleyan on Thursday

  • CNU softball peaking at right time going into nationals

    Christopher Newport's softball players apparently resolved those nagging team-unity issues. Asked if they were surprised to make the NCAA Division III championship tournament, teammates Jessie Atkinson, Jen Falin and Whitney Haller nodded...
  • Virginia more confident, better prepared for Omaha than in 2009

    Virginia more confident, better prepared for Omaha than in 2009
    Danny Hultzen called Virginia's 2009 march to the College World Series trip "a joyride." Brian O'Connor dubbed it "a perfect storm." Such is life for a first-time CWS program and a coach who grew up a ground-rule double from the event's venerable home in...
  • Race — don't walk — to Indianapolis

    Race — don't walk — to Indianapolis
    My recent trip to Indianapolis seemed nearly flawless — save for the drippy rain, save for the continuously bad directions from the locals. Asking for directions is always a great way to meet new people, not to mention an instant IQ test for a local...
  • Big inning lifts Gators to 11-4 win, regional title over Hurricanes

    Big inning lifts Gators to 11-4 win, regional title over Hurricanes
    It didn’t take much to get Florida starting pitcher Alex Panteliodis fired up for Sunday’s NCAA regional game at Alfred A. McKethan Stadium. He just looked at the tourney schedule, which read Florida vs. Miami. “Something sparks me...
  • Stephanie Schappert: Girls track Athlete of the Year

    Stephanie Schappert: Girls track Athlete of the Year
    GIRLS ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Stephanie Schappert Pope John Paul II senior Events/times: 1,600-meter run, 4:54.98; 800, 2:12.65 Season's highlights: Athlete of the Year for the second year in a row, she put the exclamation mark to a superlative high...