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  • CAA basketball coaches believe league improved and will rise again

    BALTIMORE — The USS Constellation and Inner Harbor in the background and crab soup on the menu, the Colonial Athletic Association's preseason basketball media gathering had an understandably different vibe. Coaches and officials gathered at a...
  • William and Mary

    COACH: Tony Shaver (11th season at W&M, 116-189; 28th season overall, 474-310). OPENER: Nov. 8 at Hampton U. 5 GAMES TO WATCH: Nov. 14 at Wichita State. A valuable early test of where they stand among upper-tier programs. Dec. 4 vs. Richmond. The...
  • HU men open with 77-69 win against William and Mary

    HU men open with 77-69 win against William and Mary
    HAMPTON — Brian Darden was understandably nervous heading into his first college basketball game in a year. Once he buried his first shot, though, he and Hampton University were off and running. Darden's 3-point barrage fueled an early surge and...
  • W&M's Britt to miss nine games, returns Dec. 20

    W&M's Britt to miss nine games, returns Dec. 20
    William and Mary senior guard Brandon Britt will miss nine games and will be eligible to return at the end of the first semester, Tribe coach Tony Shaver announced Tuesday. Britt was suspended indefinitely before the season following his arrest Oct....
  • William and Mary rolls VMI 97-67

    WILLIAMSBURG — The only drama in the final five minutes was whether William and Mary would crack 100 for the first time in 15 years. The Tribe flirted with it, but in the end settled merely for a second consecutive satisfying victory. W&M’...
  • William and Mary, Old Dominion renew local men's basketball rivalry

    Without overwhelming raw talent, William and Mary and Old Dominion belong to the vast majority of college basketball teams for which work rate and detail determine success. When the local rivals renew their series at 7 p.m. Wednesday in a New Year’...
  • Britt returns, Prewitt shines as Tribe rolls past Goucher

    Britt returns, Prewitt shines as Tribe rolls past Goucher
    Brandon Britt had completed his nine-game suspension and was primed to log the first minutes of his senior season. It only took three minutes and nine seconds for William and Mary coach Tony Shaver to send in the team captain. Britt, whose suspension...
  • Hofstra routs William and Mary 77-60

     Hofstra routs William and Mary 77-60
    HEMPSTEAD, N.Y.— Tony Shaver loved the simplicity of basketball on Saturday, when William and Mary routed James Madison in Williamsburg. On Wednesday night on Long Island? Not so much. William and Mary endured a scoreless drought of more than...
  • Bench scoring gives W&M a chance in shootouts

    William and Mary head mustache Tony Shaver is justifiably concerned about the Tribe’s ability to defend, in order to contend for a conference title. W&M opponents shoot 46.4 percent from the field, dead last in the CAA and 290th out of 345...
  • W&M shuts down inexperienced JMU 78-56

    WILLIAMSBURG — Tim Rusthoven donned a yellow hardhat and happily bounced up and down in the student section with his William and Mary teammates after one of the program's more satisfying performances in recent memory. A big first half at both ends...
  • Victory over Delaware would stamp W&M a CAA contender

    WILLIAMSBURG — With rapid ball movement, precise cuts and proper spacing, William and Mary’s offense can make any defense look lost. But the defining sequence of the Tribe’s ode to efficiency Monday was more about raw talent than X&...
  • Wings Gaillard, Tarpey could make W&M exceptional

    Wings Gaillard, Tarpey could make W&M exceptional
    WILLIAMSBURG — When William and Mary coach Tony Shaver looks at his roster, he sees three 1,000-point scorers and a couple more sharpshooters for whom opponents must account. But he tells anyone who’ll listen that the Tribe’s most...