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  • It's championship week in college lacrosse

    Championship week is here. Win or go home. There are five automatic bids on the line this weekend. Bucknell can exhale, having won the Patriot League last Sunday. The final pieces of the puzzle will fall into place, and the 16-team NCAA tournament will be...
  • Briefs: Davis red hot for UCSB

    UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — UC Santa Barbara middle blocker Dylan Davis, a Corona del Mar High product, has led the Gauchos men's volleyball team to the brink of history. Davis had a career-high 15 kills and set a tournament hitting record Thursday...
  • Gary Williams retirement: A good run for a combative, intense coach

    Gary Williams retirement: A good run for a combative, intense coach
    Gary Williams is a man full of passion and perspiration. His basketball teams at the University of Maryland played with bulldog intensity that reflected his toss-the-suit-coat-into-the-stands style. His announcement this week that he was retiring from...
  • Gridiron takes center stage at CV Hall of Fame

    SUNLAND — For the members of the Crescenta Valley High Athletic Hall of Fame class of 2011, Saturday's banquet and induction ceremony was more than just an opportunity to be honored. The evening felt like a family reunion. "This experience is...
  • Wildcats move into conference lacrosse final

    In its strongest defensive effort of the season, the Northwestern women's lacrosse team shut out Penn State in the second half as it beat the Nittany Lions 14-3 in Friday's semifinal of the American Lacrosse Conference tournament in Nashville, Tenn....
  • Former HU AD Dennis Thomas chairs NCAA infractions committee

    Dennis Thomas couldn't have known it 20, 10 or maybe even five years ago. But as his hair and beard have become flecked with gray, and the former offensive lineman is now eligible for AARP benefits, he understands. Where he is and what he does are the...
  • Missing top two scorers, Maryland men fall to Colgate, 10-8

    Missing top two scorers, Maryland men fall to Colgate, 10-8
    — A day that began in celebratory fashion for No. 6 Maryland Saturday quickly turned into a game of survival. The host Terrapins took the field on Senior Day against No. 14 Colgate without their top two scorers, then stammered their way through...
  • 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...