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  • Five Things To Look For At AAC Women's Hoop Media Day

    Five Things To Look For At AAC Women's Hoop Media Day
    The American Athletic Conference's second round of basketball media days ends with the women's show at the New York Athletic Club in Manhattan Thursday. But don't expect any major surprises from the conference that sent only two teams — UConn and...
  • UConn Men AAC's No. 1; Boatright, Hamilton Honored

    UConn Men AAC's No. 1; Boatright, Hamilton Honored
    NEW YORK – UConn has the American Athletic Conference preseason player of the year. The Huskies also have the conference rookie of the year. And they were picked No. 1 in the league's poll of coaches. It all adds up to a target on UConn's back...
  • Teams In AAC Know They Have To Boost Nonconference Schedules

    NEW YORK — The American Athletic Conference didn't get much respect last spring from the committee that seeds teams in the NCAA Tournament. UConn, the eventual national champion, was a No. 7 seed. Louisville, projected to be a No. 1 or No. 2 seed,...
  • South Florida Best Of Rest At AAC Women's Basketball Media Day

    South Florida Best Of Rest At AAC Women's Basketball Media Day
    NEW YORK — In women's college basketball, there is UConn and then there is rest of the American Athletic Conference. As expected, the two-time defending national champion Huskies were picked to win the American in the coaches' preseason poll. The...
  • Rugby primed for its big day in Chicago

     Rugby primed for its big day in Chicago
    Ed Michals barely gave his broken nose and two shiners a second thought. Starting his first year of a radiology residency at Rush Presbyterian, he had been bashed in the face during a rugby match — hours before a reception at his new boss' house....
  • UConn Women Sweep: AAC Preseason No.1, Stewart Top Player, Nurse Top Rookie

     UConn Women Sweep: AAC Preseason No.1, Stewart Top Player, Nurse Top Rookie
    NEW YORK – On the way to a 40-0 record and its second straight national championship in women's basketball last season, UConn had its way in the American Athletic Conference. The Huskies were 18-0, winning by an average of 37.4 points. This...
  • Free ice cream made with liquid nitrogen at Creamistry

    Free ice cream made with liquid nitrogen at Creamistry
    Creamistry, an ice cream shop offering customizable scoops made with liquid nitrogen, is celebrating its newest location in Belmont Shore with free ice cream Monday. The store, which opens on 2nd Street, will give away free scoops from 3 to 5 p.m. ...
  • Letter: Museum has signs of all shapes and sizes

    In the Oct. 31 issue there was an article about preserving the historic signs of Burbank. The same article was picked up and run in the L.A. Times on Nov. 4. Want to see some historical signs now? Come visit the Burbank Historical Society/Gordon R....
  • Galaxy earns a draw in playoff opener at Real Salt Lake

    Galaxy earns a draw in playoff opener at Real Salt Lake
    When the final whistle sounded on Saturday's Western Conference semifinal with Real Salt Lake, Galaxy goalkeeper Jaime Penedo looked toward the heavens, whispered something, then blessed himself. Penedo was giving thanks for a stalwart effort in which...
  • Man banned from Orland mall after urinating in water fountain

    Man banned from Orland mall after urinating in water fountain
    A 26-year-old Blue Island man was recently banned from Orland Square Mall and charged with disorderly conduct after urinating in a water fountain at a clothing store, police said. According to an Orland Park Police report released Nov. 6, the man...
  • Amid Football Frenzy, UConn Finds Value, And Championships, In Hoops

    Amid Football Frenzy, UConn Finds Value, And Championships, In Hoops
    On consecutive mornings in New York, Mike Aresco stood at a lectern and sold his conference. The Middletown native and commissioner of the American Athletic Conference began his league's annual basketball media days with a state of the union address that...