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  • Green: UConn Run Worth $1.7 Million -- Should It Go To Deficit?

    Green: UConn Run Worth $1.7 Million -- Should It Go To Deficit?
    Anybody out there willing to make the argument that the University of Connecticut should join the governor's Shared Sacrifice movement? A few hundred thousand bucks from UConn might cut the state deficit by a fraction -- or save a few of those union...
  • UConn takes its embattled coach on "sweet ride" to NCAA title

    UConn takes its embattled coach on "sweet ride"  to NCAA title
    HOUSTON — Connecticut coach Jim Calhoun lost his sister-in-law and college roommate this basketball season. Recruiting violations tarnished his Hall of Fame resume. His players were his refuge, and Monday night they provided the ultimate comfort:...
  • Cal's Boyle denies she's taken U.Va. women's basketball coaching job

    California women's basketball coach Joanne Boyle denies a report that she will take over the University of Virginia's program. "I am not the Virginia head coach," Boyle said in a statement. The story was reported by the Twitter site wbballhoopscoop...
  • Longtime Menchville field hockey coach ready to be "a mom first"

    Longtime Menchville field hockey coach ready to be "a mom first"
    All these years later, Melanie Haas remembers it. Her oldest son, David, had hit a grand slam in Little League. "And I missed it," she says. It's one of those regrets all parents have — missing out on their children's accomplishments because of...
  • A good time to reflect, party

    A good time to reflect, party
    A picture can sometimes seem so simple, especially a group photo. But this wasn't just any typical picture. There weren't any special poses, mind you. Just smiles. From those faces you could still see the youth and carefreeness that constantly showed...
  • Six athletes, coaches will join William and Mary's Hall of Fame

    Six athletes will be inducted into William and Mary's Hall of Fame on Saturday, including former York High wrestling star Tierry Chaney. The 2011 class also includes Roy Chernock (cross country/track and field coach), Cherie Dow Baker (women's tennis),...
  • Teel Time: Hey Mr. President, forget golf, you can get your hoops fix in Hampton Roads this weekend

    Teel Time: Hey Mr. President, forget golf, you can get your hoops fix in Hampton Roads this weekend
    So the Obamas hope to mosey our way this weekend for a little Williamsburg R&R. Sage choice. We've got Busch Gardens for Sasha and Malia, abundant history for the First Lady and golf galore for POTUS -- Kingsmill, Ford's Colony and Golden Horseshoe would...
  • Yes, UConn! Replaying A Magical Season

    Yes, UConn! Replaying A Magical Season
    You know how this complicated and uplifting journey ended. UConn won the 2011 national championship. Players embraced under falling confetti at Reliant Stadium in Houston. Kemba Walker became one of the most celebrated athletes on the planet. Having...
  • UConn's George Blaney Not Just Along For The Ride

    UConn's George Blaney Not Just Along For The Ride
    By his own calculation, UConn associate coach George Blaney had been to 36 Final Fours before 2004. He sat on the board of the National Association of Basketball Coaches. That meant Blaney always had good seats. That does not mean he didn't want to be...
  • Boo's boys win opener, look to improve and compensate for lack of size

    Boo's boys win opener, look to improve and compensate for lack of size
    As debuts go, it was predictably uneven. Boo Williams' AAU elite boys basketball team could have played better and more crisply, but at least won its opener Friday evening in the annual Nike Invitational. "It was an OK opener. I think it helped our...
  • It's official: U.Va. names Boyle women's basketball coach

    Following a month-long search that included a couple of false starts and detours, the University of Virginia confirmed that Joanne Boyle is the new women's basketball coach. Boyle comes to Virginia from the University of California and replaces Women's...