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  • Monday's college roundup (basketball, tennis, baseball, lacrosse): VCU returns to polls at No. 24

    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...
  • W&M wraps disappointing season, looks ahead to next year

    Accommodating gent that he is, Jimmye Laycock thought for a couple of seconds before responding to a question that might not have an answer. Worse to lose close games in creatively agonizing fashion, or to be non-competitive and get blown out routinely?...
  • Friday's local college basketball roundup: Wake Forest recovers to defeat Tribe

    A victory at Wake Forest was one of the highlights of William and Mary’s memorable NIT season three years ago, but the Tribe couldn’t quite repeat the feat Friday night in Winston-Salem, N.C. C.J. Harris had a team-high 18 points as the Demon...
  • Tuesday's local college basketball roundup: Apprentice gains USCAA national bid

    Apprentice School (16-8) gained its sixth bid to the U.S. Collegiate Athletic Association men's national championships. The Builders received the sixth seed and will face No. 3 Daemen (N.Y.) at 5 p.m. Feb. 27 in Uniontown, Pa., on the home court of...
  • Friday's college roundup (volleyball, tennis, soccer): CNU, Randolph-Macon women advance to regional semifinal volleyball clash

    Christopher Newport, Randolph-Macon, Juniata (Pa.) and Emory of Atlanta rolled to first-round victories in the NCAA Division III women's volleyball Newport News Regional at the Freeman Center. Cory Harris had 15 kills as CNU, ranked fifth in the country,...
  • Teel Time: Corrigan continues to impress as ODU's interim head coach

    Teel Time: Corrigan continues to impress as ODU's interim head coach
    There’s no telling where and when Old Dominion’s basketball coaching search will end. Athletic director Wood Selig’s inbox and cell phone remain flooded with pleas and recommendations, and a committee soon will be in place to sift...
  • ODU, William and Mary play to type in Monarchs' victory

    ODU, William and Mary play to type in Monarchs' victory
    NORFOLK — Typical William and Mary. Competitive, creative, but not quite good enough. Typical Old Dominion. Explosive, athletic, but just sloppy enough to keep things interesting. And so the collision of these neighboring football programs...
  • CAA Rewind, Home Stretch Edition

    William and Mary’s anguish has taken many forms this season: a kicker’s right foot; a shoulder sling; a penalty flag; a bolt of lightning. Add to the menu a bouncing ball and the questionable decision of an Old Dominion sophomore to grab...
  • Thursday's local college basketball roundup: Cook leads ODU women past William and Mary

    Jackie Cook scored 21 points Thursday as the Old Dominion women earned a split of the season series with William and Mary, beating the Tribe 75-64 at Constant Center to avenge a surprising defeat in Williamsburg earlier this year. Shae Kelley had 17...
  • Teel Time: Wilder declares ODU 'the champs' after victory over JMU

    Bobby Wilder flexed like a boxer. His best left hook is years behind him, but Old Dominion’s football coach could be excused some posing Saturday night after his Monarchs’ 38-28 victory at James Madison. “We’re the champs,”...
  • CAA Rewind, Comeback Edition

    It was Comeback Saturday in the Association, with a hearty “Welcome Back” for one of the league’s venerated figures. William and Mary picked up its first win of the season at the expense of the increasingly hapless Fighting Currys....
  • CAA Rewind, Defense Edition

    Harrisonburg was the center of the CAA football world as conference heavyweights James Madison and Towson engaged in a sumo wrestling match for three quarters and concluded with 10 minutes of offense. Quarterback Justin Thorpe’s two-minute drill...