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  • Navy hopes to make strong opening statement vs. Blue Hens

    Navy hopes to make strong opening statement vs. Blue Hens
    Most of the current Navy starters were not on the field at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium the last time the Midshipmen played Delaware. That was in 2009, when the home team turned a three-point lead early in the fourth quarter into a deceptive 35-18...
  • Tale of the tape: Brady vs. Flacco

    Sunday's AFC championship game in Foxborough pits the 13-4 Ravens against the 14-3 Patriots. As is often the case in the later rounds of the NFL playoffs, it will likely come down to whose quarterback delivers in the clutch. So who has the edge:...
  • Loyola men rally to beat Siena, 66-55

    Loyola University men's basketball team used a late run Thursday to pull away from Siena, 66-55. Dylon Cormier (Cardinal Gibbons) led all players with 17 points, while Robert Olson added 16 for the Greyhounds (13-5, 6-2 Metro Atlantic Athletic...
  • State: Towson men's skid hits 40 with loss at Delaware

    Towson trailed by just two points at halftime, but host Delaware outscored the Tigers 38-21 in the second half to capture a 62-43 Colonial Athletic Association men's basketball team victory Monday evening, sending Towson to its Division I-record 40th...
  • Food for thought: Breaking down five NCAA lacrosse playoff games

    Food for thought: Breaking down five NCAA lacrosse playoff games
    The NCAA playoffs are like a four-course meal. The round of 16 is a delectable appetizer featuring juicy matchups and story lines. The season comes down to 60 minutes. All eight games can be seen on the ESPN networks in HD, four on Saturday and four on...
  • Navy beats VMI in first game for new coach Sowell

    Tucker Hull and Sam Jones combined to score 17 points, including 11 goals, as host Navy opened its season with a 14-7 victory over Virginia Military Institute on Saturday at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. The game was the first as Midshipmen coach...
  • Saddler steps up as a sophomore at Delaware

    Saddler steps up as a sophomore at Delaware
    Former Aberdeen boys basketball player Devon Saddler is having a solid sophomore season as a captain with the University of Delaware men's basketball team. Saddler, who lettered in his freshman season, was a pre-season All-CAA second team selection...
  • Loyola men win on Cormier's 3-pointer, 61-60

    Loyola guard Dylon Cormier (Cardinal Gibbons) had not made a 3-pointer in over 100 minutes of action during the previous three games, but he made one from the low right corner with 3.1 seconds left Thursday night against Manhattan College, lifting the...
  • Bayhawks strengthen transition game with Costabile as first pick

    The Chesapeake Bayhawks added nine rookies in the Major League Lacrosse college draft Friday night in Philadelphia, including long-stick midfielder CJ Costabile with the fifth selection overall and former McDonogh goalie Tyler Fiorito five picks later....
  • Towson goalie gives his team a chance in win

    Towson goalie gives his team a chance in win
    Towson’s come-from-behind 12-11 victory over visiting UMBC at Johnny Unitas Stadium Wednesday night relied on an offense that scored the final four goals of the contest. It also wouldn’t have been possible without the play of Andrew Wascavage....
  • Third quarters problematic for Towson

    Third quarters problematic for Towson
    To many lacrosse observers, Towson is in the midst of a surprising revival, winning seven of 11 games and sitting in a tie with No. 11 Penn State for third place in the Colonial Athletic Association with identical 2-1 records. But one gnawing issue for...
  • Inside Lacrosse notes: Pannell sits out Hopkins scrimmage

    Inside Lacrosse notes: Pannell sits out Hopkins scrimmage
    •Cornell attackman Rob Pannell, the defending Raymond Enners Award winner as the Division I Player of the Year, sat out a scrimmage last weekend against Johns Hopkins with an injured elbow. Big Red coach Ben DeLuca described the injury as minor...