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  • RMU's Joe Walton: Leopards are "a step up"

     
    Lafayette's Ryan Gralish, Mike Boles and Brandon Hall meet the media. When’s the last time you heard someone say this about Lafayette football: “We’re in a step up to play somebody like Lafayette.” That was Robert Morris University...
  • Lehigh men's basketball schedule announced

     
    It took a long time, longer than it ever has, but defending Patriot League men’s basketball champion Lehigh finally has a 2012-13 schedule. Coach Brett Reed’s Mountain Hawks have games at Baylor, Pittsburgh (for the NIT Season Tip-Off),...
  • Lehigh is the nation's lone remaining FCS unbeaten

     
    Lehigh had Saturuday off, but still gained some notoriety. The Mountain Hawks, who are back in action on Saturday at Holy Cross, are now the nation's last unbeaten team at the FCS level thanks to Cal Poly losing to Sacramento State. Here's a look at how...
  • Former Nazareth star, IronPigs worker gets player of the week honors

     
    I saw Erika Livermore several times last summer working at one of the souvenir stands at Coca-Cola Park during IronPigs games. She also has obviously found time to work on her game. The former Nazareth basketball star (pictured below from her high...
  • Patriot League basketball news, notes

     
    News and notes from around the Patriot League entering the final week of action before final exams: Lehigh leads the nation in 3-point FG percentage at 45.2 percent. Mountain Hawks senior C.J. McCollum (at left) leads the nation in scoring......
  • Central Catholic grad Kinsella earns NEC honor

     
    Central Catholic graduate Megan Kinsella was named Northeast Conference Scholar-Athlete of the year for women’s track & field. Kinsella, a junior distance runner at Mount St. Mary’s, has a 3.98 GPA as a communications major. She was second...
  • Mitt Romney on ‘Fox News Sunday’; Bob Woodward on ‘Face the Nation’

     
    The guest list will be more star-studded than usual this Sunday morning. It should be especially fascinating to hear the discussion about whether the White House is threatening reporters. Bob Woodward of The Washington Post has said he was made...
  • Saints Announce 2012 Rookie Free Agent Class

    Saints Announce 2012 Rookie Free Agent Class
    New Orleans Saints Executive Vice President/General Manager Mickey Loomis announced Monday that 18 undrafted rookie free agents have agreed to terms with the team following the conclusion of the NFL Draft. Joining the Saints will be linebackers Kadarron...
  • Central's Vinales Works Hard Every Day To Get Better

    Out of nowhere Thursday at the Connecticut 6 Tip-Off Breakfast, Howie Dickenman dropped the Walter Ray bomb. Things were going along smoothly, a few jokes here, a few shout-outs there. Hartford's John Gallagher teased Dickenman about a contract extension...
  • Sharing breast milk with other moms can be a life saver

     Sharing breast milk with other moms can be a life saver
    For the first two weeks of Jayden Adams' life, the little boy, born 10 weeks premature at Advocate Lutheran General Children's Hospital, was nourished with donated human breast milk. Now six weeks old and thriving, Jayden's mother, Mandy, who lost...
  • CAA Rewind, Lightning Round

    Atmospheric conditions in the Mid-Atlantic region led to lightning and blowouts in the second week of CAA football. Six games were affected by lightning – delayed starts, interruptions, or in the case of Old Dominion-Hampton, a mercifully shortened...
  • CAA football to add Stony Brook, Albany in 2013

    Stony Brook and Albany announced Tuesday that they will join the Colonial Athletic Association for football only, beginning in 2013. The moves, long rumored but first reported by New York Newsday last Saturday, will give the CAA 10 football-playing...