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  • All-conference TU pitcher takes his talents to Long Island

    All-conference TU pitcher takes his talents to Long Island
    Towson University pitcher and Calvert Hall graduate Mike Trionfo is honing his game — and a serous tan — this summer After suiting up for the Fayetteville (N.C.) Swamp Dogs two years ago and the highly regarded Youse's Orioles in the Cal...
  • CAA considering options as conference shifting continues

    CAA considering options as conference shifting continues
    Tom Yeager is old enough to remember when there was a Pac-8 rather than a Pac-12, when the Big Ten actually had the number of schools its name implied and when the college football landscape wasn't seemingly changing by the day, if not the hour. Which is...
  • Asper loses in NCAA wrestling semifinals

    Maryland junior Josh Asper (Hereford), seeded seventh, lost a 5-4 decision to 11th-seeded Brandon Hatchett of Lehigh in the semifinals of the NCAA wrestling tournament Friday night in St. Louis. Asper, a Parkton native, will enter the 165-pound...
  • State: ODU runs Towson men's losing streak to 38

    Old Dominion stayed atop the Colonial Athletic Association men's basketball standings by extending Towson's record-setting losing streak Wednesday night. The Monarchs, led by Nick Wright with 13 points, shot 52.7 percent from the field to beat Towson, 71-...
  • State: Towson men's comeback falls short as losing streak hits 39

    Sherrod Wright scored 22 points off the bench and George Mason's reserves outscored Towson's 43-1 in a 72-60 win that increased the Tigers' Division I-record losing streak in men's basketball to 39games. George Mason (15-5, 7-1 Colonial Athletic...
  • State: Mount men lose in OT at Quinnipiac, 69-66

    Julian Norfleet's 3-point attempt at the buzzer was off the mark as Mount St.Mary's fell at Quinnipiac, 69-66, in overtime at Thursday night. The Bobcats (11-9, 4-5 Northeast Conference) rallied from a 15-point halftime deficit. Quinnipiac used a 22-6...
  • 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...
  • Amid coaching changes, ACC is rebuilding

    Amid coaching changes, ACC is rebuilding
    The Atlantic Coast Conference has always had a reputation for being a top-heavy basketball league, especially when its top two teams, North Carolina and Duke, were significantly better than their competition. As ACC play begins this weekend, there is a...
  • Friday's multi-sport college and local roundup: U.Va.'s Mitchell, UNC's McAdoo, others line up NBA summer-league deals

    NBA: Former Virginia forward Akil Mitchell signed a free-agent deal with the Houston Rockets and said he will play for them in a summer league. Mitchell's defense and rebounding were crucial in the Cavaliers' drive to the ACC regular-season and...
  • ODU elite basketball camp both recruiting and teaching tool

    Since the day he arrived on Hampton Boulevard, Old Dominion's Jeff Jones immersed himself in the local basketball culture and made the region's recruits and coaches a priority. Jones and his staff aim not just to attract the area's top prospects, but...
  • NCAA governance issues will have trickle-down effect on smaller Division I conferences, schools

    NCAA governance issues will have trickle-down effect on smaller Division I conferences, schools
    Membership stable after two years of upheaval, Colonial Athletic Association and Atlantic 10 Conference schools and officials turn their attention to the growing movement among the NCAA's power conferences toward greater freedom to govern themselves....
  • William and Mary's Stimson built immense track and field legacy

    William and Mary's Stimson built immense track and field legacy
    WILLIAMSBURG — Dan Stimson sat in the motorized wheelchair that's his home for most of his waking hours these days and discussed coaching, his mountainous career at William and Mary and the reasons behind his pending retirement. "The hardest...