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  • History center sets Retro Game Night, free-admission deal for military

    History center sets Retro Game Night, free-admission deal for military
    The Orange County Regional History Center is showing off school spirit and national pride with two programming announcements. Its next Retro Game Night will be 7 p.m.-midnight on June 3, and participants will be encouraged to wear clothes with their...
  • Previewing NCAA Division I women's lacrosse semifinals

    At LaValle Stadium, Stony Brook University No. 1 seed Maryland (20-1) vs. No. 5 Duke (15-4) Friday, 5 p.m. Outlook: The Atlantic Coast Conference rivals know each other well and both have been through rocky seasons with a spate of unusual injuries...
  • Turgeon talks about Hill, says he doesn't want a 'stiff' big man

    Turgeon talks about Hill, says he doesn't want a 'stiff' big man
    New Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon is holding a teleconference Tuesday afternoon, but he chatted with Ed Norris and Steve Davis of 105.7 The Fan on Tuesday morning about what he has been up to since he was introduced as Gary Williams&...
  • NCAA penalizes FAU football three scholarships for low APR score

    Florida Atlantic's football program continues to struggle under the NCAA's Academic Progress Rate, and was penalized for the fourth straight year and is losing three scholarships. The football team was the only FAU program penalized in the 2009-10 report...
  • Terps coach Turgeon realistic in his assessment of team

    Terps coach Turgeon realistic in his assessment of team
    Mark Turgeon knows next season's Maryland roster is literally thin up front. Its biggest returning player -- 6-foot-10 Berend Weijs -- has limited experience and is on a 5,000-calories-per-day regimen to bulk up. But the new men's basketball coach said...
  • Captains' landmark season ends with loss to No. 1 Linfield

    Captains' landmark season ends with loss to No. 1 Linfield
    Jessie Atkinson is Christopher Newport softball's leader, voice and All-America third baseman. She owns the Captains' career records for home runs and RBIs, and the school is retiring her No. 16 jersey. So who better to assess a landmark season that...
  • A spring to remember

    A spring to remember
    GLENDALE — With an athletic history as rich as it is long, Glendale Community College has a lengthy line of state champions and teams and individuals whose efforts and achievements stand the test of time. The Vaqueros' hall of fame swells a bit...
  • 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...
  • Tubert honored as All-American

    BURBANK — Emily Tubert's résumé is getting so long she will probably need a notebook to list all of her accomplishments. As a girls' golfer at Burroughs High, Tubert was a two-time Pacific League champion, a two-time All-Area player of the year,...
  • Coppin State basketball team losing four scholarships because of low APR

    Coppin State basketball team losing four scholarships because of low APR
    The NCAA said Tuesday that it is stripping the Coppin State men's basketball team of four scholarships because of low academic progress scores. Meanwhile, the Morgan State's men's basketball team received a waiver shielding it from a postseason ban....
  • Sovereign concludes rookie campaign

    GLENDALE — The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Alyssa Sovereign (Crescenta Valley High, 2010) freshman, Penn State softball: With plenty of former Falcons currently playing at the collegiate level, Sovereign...