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  • Proctor finally ready to be 'the guy' at Navy

    Proctor finally ready to be 'the guy' at Navy
    For two seasons, Navy quarterback Kriss Proctor was a more-than-capable replacement when starter Ricky Dobbs went down with an injury. He stepped in to lead the Midshipmen to a pair of wins in three career starts, and when Dobbs returned to full health,...
  • Division I men's and women's college lacrosse games of the week

    MEN No. 8 Maryland (8-3) vs. No. 7 North Carolina (9-4) Friday, 5 This Atlantic Coast Conference tournament semifinal is a rematch from March 26, when the Tar Heels rebounded from a four-goal deficit to coast to an 11-6 victory. Terps senior defenseman...
  • Q&A with Loyola attackman Chris Palmer

    Q&A with Loyola attackman Chris Palmer
    Each week, The Baltimore Sun will publish a Q&A with an area college lacrosse player or coach to get you more acquainted with the player and his/her team. Today's guest is Loyola fifth-year senior attackman Chris Palmer, a transfer from Bucknell who has...
  • Inside Lacrosse: Notes from across the nation

    • Roanoke College attackman Brendan Nizolek faces two counts of assault and has been suspended from the team after a pair of off-campus incidents, Inside Lacrosse confirmed Tuesday with coach Bill Pilat. Also, in an unrelated incident, senior...
  • Sophomores playing key role in success of Hopkins men

    Sophomores playing key role in success of Hopkins men
    About two or three times a week, as many as a dozen sophomores on the Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team congregate for dinner at Nolan's, a restaurant on the school's campus, before heading to a suite occupied by attackmen Zach Palmer and John Kaestner...
  • Spittles forge UCI legacy

    Spittles forge UCI legacy
    There are broken ping-pong paddles still wedged in the backyard trees at the Spittle house in Redondo Beach. And at the family's previous home in Lomita, the backyard grass likely still has difficulty growing, having been trampled by years of point-by-...
  • Teel Time: Larranaga brings rare Final Four pedigree to Miami

    We’ll probably never know all the reasons that led Jim Larranaga to accept one of ACC basketball’s worst coaching jobs: Miami. Was it simply, as he said during his introductory news conference Friday, the opportunity to coach in a premier...
  • Hillman, Hernandez recognized

    UC Irvine seniors Drew Hillman and Brian Hernandez have been recognized this week by CollegeBaseballInsider.com and the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Assn., respectively. Hillman was voted a West Regional Player of the Week after going 10 for...
  • Back-up goalie helps Salisbury rally past Stevenson, 16-14

    Back-up goalie helps Salisbury rally past Stevenson, 16-14
    Playing behind all-conference goalie Johnny Rodriguez, Salisbury University senior Tim Swinburn had little reason to believe he'd even see action in Saturday's Division III lacrosse showdown at Stevenson. With his team on the ropes near halftime,...
  • UCI shuts down Hawaii

    UCI shuts down Hawaii
    IRVINE — Both teams featured men in black Saturday night; fitting for a match to the death. Well, at least one men's volleyball team's season was terminated in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation tournament quarterfinal in front of an...
  • Briefs: Matsuoka helps Dartmouth make history

    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Former Corona del Mar High tennis standout Melissa Matsuoka helped Dartmoth win its first Ivy League title in program history Saturday. Matsuoka won in singles and doubles as the Big Green defeated Harvard, 4-3. Dartmouth and...