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  • Golf coach Greg Osbourne resigns posts with Glendale Community College

    Golf coach Greg Osbourne resigns posts with Glendale Community College
    After building up the Glendale Community College men's and women's teams and leading each to appearances in the California Community College Athletic Assn. Golf Championship, Greg Osbourne resigned his post as coach to become Cal State Bakersfield's...
  • Some points to ponder 100 days until the local college football season

    Some points to ponder 100 days until the local college football season
    There are still 100 days left until the start of the college football season, but programs from Hampton Roads and the Commonwealth have been active enough to provide gossip material for an entire offseason. The state's two biggest programs —...
  • 2013 Orioles draft live blog

    2013 Orioles draft live blog
    Follow along for updates throughout Friday and Saturday on the Orioles' selections in the 2013 MLB draft. The Orioles selected 41 players in the 2013 MLB draft. A quick breakdown is as follows: (UPDATED: Saturday, 7:38 p.m.) College players: 23 Junior...
  • Conference USA

    Old Dominion embarks on an adventure in its first season in Conference USA. The league stretches from West Virginia south to Florida and west to Texas and Oklahoma. The Monarchs' aim, obviously, is to be competitive in its new league, and along the way...
  • CONFERENCE SPOTLIGHT Taking On The Champ: SMU, Like Most New AAC Teams, Excited To Face UConn

    CONFERENCE SPOTLIGHT<br>Taking On The Champ: SMU, Like Most New AAC Teams, Excited To Face UConn
    UNCASVILLE — They began perusing the rosters at the airport in Texas, continued studying on the flight to Connecticut and had the names of their future opponents memorized on the drive to the Mohegan Sun. Keena Mays and Akil Simpson, the players...
  • For Navy's Ken Niumatalolo, playing Hawaii different than other games

    For Navy's Ken Niumatalolo, playing Hawaii different than other games
    If Navy's game last week at Notre Dame was about the history of one of college football's longest series, Saturday's home game against Hawaii is about the heart. Specifically, it is about Ken Niumatalolo's heart. Hawaii is more than just another...
  • State basketball: Lincoln upsets Morgan women in OT

    The Morgan State women's basketball team got way more than it bargained for from Lincoln (Pa.). The Lions' Pam Zephrah made a layup with four seconds left to tie the game at 82 and force overtime and had six of her team's 12 points scored in the extra...
  • Bill O'Brien talks Ohio State, big games, the veer option and more

     
    Penn State coach Bill O'Brien was in a fairly good mood during his press conference Tuesday, except when he talked about himself. "My least favorite thing to do is to talk about myself as a player or myself as anything,"......
  • Fragile Virginia can't overcome gaffes in humbling loss to Auburn

    Fragile Virginia can't overcome gaffes in humbling loss to Auburn
    From season's start to finish, Virginia was a fragile football team. Amid significant progress, the Cavaliers nearly stumbled against Indiana and Idaho — combined record 3-21 — and endured a 38-point beating from Virginia Tech in their...
  • Wednesday's college basketball roundup: Versatile Kerstetter propels W&M women to victory

    Kyla Kerstetter had 14 points, eight steals and six assists Wednesday night as William and Mary rolled to a 78-44 victory over Division II Virginia Union at Kaplan Arena. Janine Aldridge scored 15 points and Emily Correal 13 for the Tribe. Ashle...
  • UVa back in AP top 25 poll in men's basketball

    UVa back in AP top 25 poll in men's basketball
    After an absence of more than four calendar years, Virginia is back in the Associated Press men's basketball top 25 rankings. U.Va. (9-1) moved into the poll Monday at No. 24, behind only No. 5 North Carolina and No. 7 Duke among Atlantic Coast...