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  • Regional Digest: Central Football Picked Fourth

    Central Picked Fourth In Football Central Connecticut was selected fourth in the Northeast Conference preseason football coaches' poll. Defending NEC champion Sacred Heart was picked to repeat and received six first-place votes. Duquesne was second and...
  • Norfleet heading to Bulgaria

    Norfleet heading to Bulgaria
    EMMITSBURG — Julian Norfleet doesn't know much about Bulgaria. Many people probably don't, and especially about any professional basketball leagues in the country. But Norfleet, a recent Mount St. Mary's University graduate, is soon about to learn...
  • Florida ranks best in the nation for roads, bridges

    Florida ranks best in the nation for roads, bridges
    Florida drivers may gripe about traffic and gas prices, but when it comes to the quality of roads and bridges, the Sunshine State ranks best in the nation, according to The Washington Post. In Florida, only 4 percent of the 121,759 miles of...
  • Marla Ridenour: Tiger Woods' fans wait for him to let loose

    AKRON, Ohio A miraculous round from Tiger Woods in just his third tournament following back surgery might have been too much to ask, even for the eight-time Bridgestone Invitational champion. But his large and diverse gallery at Firestone Country Club...
  • Golf rankings, capsules - Part 1

    The Sports Xchange By Tom LaMarre, The Sports Xchange Golf rankings, capsules The Sports Xchange's PGA Tour rankings, selected by TSX Golf Staff, based on performance in 2013-14. 1. Adam Scott, Australia -- Although he remains No. 1 in the World Golf...
  • Obie Nwadike To Be Named Central Connecticut Assistant Coach

    One of the best players on one of the best team's in Central Connecticut men's basketball history is coming home. Obie Nwadike, a first-team all-Northeast Conference player on the Blue Devils' last championship team in 2007, has accepted a position as...
  • Central Connecticut Opens NEC Baseball Tournament With Victory Over Sacred Heart

    Nick Neumann pitched seven innings and the second-seeded Central Connecticut baseball team defeated No. 3 Sacred Heart Thursday on the opening day of the Northeast Conference tournament at Dodd Stadium. Tom Pincince put this write-up together for you...
  • Central Connecticut Loses Pivotal NEC Tournament Game To Bryant; Schlitter, Coughlin Both Strong

    NORWICH – Central Connecticut pitcher Tom Coughlin matched zeroes with Bryant pitcher Craig Schlitter through seven innings Friday afternoon at Dodd Stadium.   Both were brilliant. Something had to give in this pivotal Northeast Conference...
  • Central Connecticut Senior Righthander Tom Coughlin Off To Fast Start, Riding 20-Inning Scoreless Streak

    Pitching can be a most complicated endeavor of tweaking deliveries, adjusting arm angles, adding new pitches, giving up on others and reconsidering one’s general approach. To Tom Coughlin, the difference between success and failure is pretty...
  • Catching Up With Ace Laura Messina And CCSU Softball Team

    As the ace pitcher for the Central Connecticut softball team, Laura Messina says she feels no pressure. “Never,” she said. “The only time I’m ever nervous is when someone else is pitching. I get nervous because I just want them to...
  • Why Elizabeth Warren's new book doesn't read like presidential prologue

    Why Elizabeth Warren's new book doesn't read like presidential prologue
    Elizabeth Warren's ninth book is a campaign biography with a twist. Warren, who emerged as a national figure during the early days of the financial crisis, rapidly became a star of the Democratic Party's liberal-populist wing. Her 2012 Senate campaign...
  • Men's Basketball: Mount's comeback falls short

    SMITHFIELD, R.I. - Mount St. Mary's saw a second-half rally come up just short in a 78-75 loss at Bryant on Saturday afternoon. Rashad Whack hit six three-pointers en route to a team-high 21 points while Taylor Danaher had career highs of 19 points and 12...