Atlantic 10-leading VCU returned to the national top 25 in men's basketball, climbing to No. 24 in the USA Today coaches and Associated Press poll.

The Rams' opponent Tuesday night on CBS Sports Network, Saint Louis, is barely out of the top 25 -- the Billikens are the first team among "others receiving votes" at No. 26 overall.

More men's basketball:

James Madison freshman Andre Nation was named CAA Rookie of the Week.

Nation scored 14 points against Towson and scored the winning basket on an alley-oop pass with six-tenths of a second left Sunday at Delaware. ...

Hampton junior Du’Vaughn Maxwell was named MEAC Player of the Week. Maxwell had a career-high 29 points and added 10 rebounds, two blocks and two steals in 41 minutes to lead the Pirates to a double-overtime win over Delaware State last Monday. ...

CNU freshman and Richmond native Evan Thorpe was named USA South Rookie of the Week.

Thorpe averaged 11.7 points and 3.7 rebounds, helping the Captains acheive a 3-0 record last week.

Women's basketball:

Hampton University junior forward and former Hampton Crabber Alyssa Bennett was named MEAC women's basketball Player of the Week.

Bennett led the Lady Pirates with 21 points and added three blocks in Hampton’s 75-56 win over Delaware State on Feb. 11.

Men’s tennis:

Top-ranked Virginia won its fifth ITA National Team Indoor championship in six years, beating second-ranked Southern California 4-2 in Monday’s final in Seattle.

Mitchell Frank clinched the triumph with a win at No. 3 singles as the Cavaliers (6-0) denied the Trojans their second straight title. It was a bit of payback for U.Va., which lost to USC in last year's NCAA championship match.

Baseball:

CNU freshman Bryant Lowry was named USA South Rookie of the Week.

Lowry led the Captains, eighth in Division III, to a 4-1 record last week while posting a .368 average with six RBIs and eight runs.

Women’s lacrosse:

William and Mary junior Taelor Salmon was named CAA Player of the Week. She had seven goals and two assists against American and No. 7 Duke.

Salmon was named CAA Rookie of the Year in 2011, and last season she led the Tribe with 42 points (31 goals, 11 assists).

Wrestling:

Old Dominion’s match against Virginia Tech was canceled. The teams were scheduled to face off on Feb. 24 in Norfolk.