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  • Skeen saw potential in Rams

    Skeen saw potential in Rams
    When Jamie Skeen left Wake Forest, four other basketball programs offered him lifelines: Marquette, Seton Hall and South Florida of the Big East, and VCU. "I thought all those other schools were better than VCU," Skeen said. "But I saw VCU as having a...
  • Virginia's Hultzen an unassuming baseball star

    Virginia pitcher Danny Hultzen has a closet full of individual awards, is the unquestioned bell cow of one of the nation's best teams, and possesses a ticket to the upper reaches of professional baseball when he concludes his stay in Charlottesville. He'...
  • What Stanley McClover told the NCAA about Auburn

  • PASSINGS: Larry Finch

    PASSINGS: Larry Finch
    Larry Finch, 60, who starred for Memphis State's basketball team when it lost to the Bill Walton-led UCLA Bruins in the 1973 NCAA championship game and went on to coach his alma mater, died Saturday at Saint Francis Hospital in Memphis, a university...
  • For VCU, disappointing loss does not spoil magical run

    Season-ending locker rooms are often grim, full of tears, anger and frustration. Not so VCU's after the Rams' 70-62 loss to Butler in Saturday's Final Four semifinals. Of course, players were disappointed. Their national-championship dreams were over,...
  • Butler playing for much more than just itself

    Butler playing for much more than just itself
    HOUSTON — Richmond and Cleveland State were the 1980s pioneers, charming and obscure underdogs who crashed the NCAA basketball tournament's Sweet 16. Loyola Marymount, Rhode Island and Gonzaga went a step beyond during the '90s, reaching the...
  • Bad NCAA title game is part of the Bulls' good future

    Bad NCAA title game is part of the Bulls' good future
    UConn and Butler gave us such a regrettable basketball game that it’s a shock it didn’t involve a Big Ten team. To think, I missed Kirstie Alley plopping on her “Dancing With The Stars’’ partner for that?   But here’s...
  • 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...