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  • Teel Time: ODU basketball, soccer would be competitive in Conference USA; steep climb for baseball

    Teel Time: ODU basketball, soccer would be competitive in Conference USA; steep climb for baseball
    Old Dominion’s move to Conference USA seems more inevitable by the hour, no matter the financial and competitive challenges. The Monarchs’ long-time home, the Colonial Athletic Association, is just too fractured, even if VCU and George Mason...
  • Teel Time: Navy assistant Kanaskie, Roanoke native Williams possible for Johnson's Virginia Tech staff

    Given James Johnson’s head-coaching inexperience, many have surmised that he will include a former big whistle on his Virginia Tech basketball staff. If so, here’s a possibility: Navy associate head coach Kurt Kanaskie. Kanaskie has worked...
  • Conference decisions loom for ODU, VCU, Mason

    Rumors and whispers of local college conference membership shuffles could see the light of day beginning Wednesday, when George Mason's Board of Visitors holds its final scheduled meeting of the school year. Mason and VCU are considering a jump to the...
  • ODU well positioned for trip to George Mason Saturday

    ODU well positioned for trip to George Mason Saturday
    Blaine Taylor may lose a race to a sloth after knee surgery this week, but his Old Dominion team is well positioned heading into the final three weeks of the regular season. The Monarchs (15-9, 10-2 CAA) are among a four-team logjam atop the conference...
  • Big East troubles rekindle Notre Dame-to-ACC chatter

    Big East troubles rekindle Notre Dame-to-ACC chatter
    Just when you thought it was safe to break out the sunscreen, shag bag and patio furniture. Just as you finalized plans to vacation at the beach, ballpark or fishing hole. Along comes conference realignment chatter. Again. So much for a relaxing spring...
  • William and Mary pitcher Davenport a study in dominance, perseverance

    William and Mary pitcher Davenport a study in dominance, perseverance
    Two words come to William and Mary coach Frank Leoni's mind when discussing pitcher Matt Davenport's season: dominant and unfortunate. Trimmed further, the Tribe right-hander and his senior experience might be described as unorthodox. The 6-foot-8...
  • Jontel Evans a pest as usual as Virginia survives Miami in ACC opener

    Jontel Evans a pest as usual as Virginia survives Miami in ACC opener
    Jontel Evans' defensive aim is blessedly simple: Be a pest. Hedges and switches? Slides and double-teams? Evans leaves the nuances to his coach, Tony Bennett. The combination is blending perfectly this season, never more so than Saturday night, when...
  • Proposal to expand FCS playoffs is a good idea

    Patty Viverito, the commissioner of the Missouri Valley Football Conference, caused a ripple recently when she said that she's working to expand the Football Championship Subdivision playoff field. The field went from 16 to 20 teams just last season, the...
  • Teel Time: Hokies, UVa, VCU, ODU, Hampton among teams in governor's basketball event

    College basketball fans in Virginia pining for more intrastate competition will get their wish in December of 2012 and ’13. At the prompting of Gov. Bob McDonnell, the Richmond Coliseum will host one-night holiday doubleheaders in each of those...
  • Governor's Hoops Classic will be a holiday gift for state basketball fans

    RICHMOND — Gov. Bob McDonnell will never match predecessors Mark Warner and Doug Wilder for impact on sports, but the college basketball initiative he unveiled Wednesday carries exceptional promise for fans in Virginia. The Governor's Holiday Hoops...
  • Teel Time: BracketBusters critical for CAA's fading at-large NCAA hopes

    Teel Time: BracketBusters critical for CAA's fading at-large NCAA hopes
    Both of the Colonial Athletic Association’s improbable Final Four appearances – George Mason in 2006 and VCU in 2011 – were authored by teams that received at-large tournament bids. So with Selection Sunday less than a month away, it&...
  • George Mason to remain in CAA; no decision yet from VCU

    George Mason's decision to remain in the Colonial Athletic Association provides a boost to the league, which now awaits word from VCU and Old Dominion about their plans. Mason athletic director Tom O'Connor called CAA commissioner Tom Yeager late...