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  • 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,...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • With 1 senior starter, young CNU baseball team wants to win now

    With just one senior in its starting lineup and a pitching rotation with a combined 19-3 record comprised of a junior, a sophomore and a freshman, there's little question Christopher Newport's baseball team is stocked for a very promising future. The...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Finale Built Brick By Brick

    Sure, it was a rock fight. Yet to focus on the rock is to miss the fact that the UConn Huskies moved a mountain over 28 glorious days. Sure, the game was ugly to the eye. Yet defense is beautiful to the soul to a man who Tuesday sounded like he has no...
  • UConn's Jim Calhoun Prefers A Long-Term Commitment

    UConn has never had a player leave for the NBA after just one season in Storrs. John Calipari has had many one-and-done players at Memphis and Kentucky. Calipari spoke Friday about going after the best players and, if it came down to it, preferring...
  • UConn Defeats Kentucky To Reach Title Game

    UConn Defeats Kentucky To Reach Title Game
    Every game in this march toward history isn't going to be fine art. Every opponent isn't going to fall to the breathtaking drives of Kemba Walker or the effortless grace of Jeremy Lamb. So there was UConn down the stretch against Kentucky Saturday night,...
  • Calhoun Vs. Calipari A Show In Itself

    Calhoun Vs. Calipari A Show In Itself
    Coaches, players, Cinderellas, old New England turf rivals, they were all at a banquet to honor their Final Four achievement Thursday night when Jim Calhoun decided the time was ripe to play the "My Three Sons" card. "I said, 'I feel like Fred MacMurray,...