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  • Navy men score late, upset No. 12 Colgate, 12-11

    Sam Jones (Severna Park) slipped the defense on the crease to score the game-winner with 3.4 seconds left as visiting Navy upset No. 12 Colgate, 12-11, Saturday at Andy Kerr Stadium. After falling behind 1-0, the Mids (5-3, 3-1 Patriot League) scored...
  • Michigan coach not worried about win-loss record

    Michigan’s debut as a Division I program began with a 12-9 loss to Detroit Mercy on Sunday. Not the kind of start the Wolverines were hoping for with opponents like No. 3 Denver, No. 7 North Carolina, No. 11 Harvard, No. 13 Penn State, No. 16...
  • Past year has been a game-changer for men's lacrosse

    Past year has been a game-changer for men's lacrosse
    A sport in which shots fly at up to 105 mph, college lacrosse has developed a reputation for moving glacially on subjects such as installing a shot clock to quicken the pace of play and dealing with falling attendance during championship weekend. But the...
  • One of the Harbaugh brothers is a true team player

    One of the Harbaugh brothers is a true team player
    On Wednesday night, the Indiana Hoosiers men's basketball team played North Carolina Central – the Big Ten, despite having an even number of teams now, still has bye weeks in basketball, leading to absurdities like this one – and welcomed a...
  • Michigan transfer Evan Smotrycz commits to the Terps

    Michigan transfer Evan Smotrycz commits to the Terps
    Other than watching Juan Dixon and Steve Francis play while he was growing up, Evan Smotrycz “really had no connection” to the Maryland basketball program.  Smotrycz wasn’t recruited by Gary Williams’ Terps or Mark Turgeon’s...
  • Maryland football recruit Logan recalls playing hoops with Smotrycz

    Maryland football recruit Logan recalls playing hoops with Smotrycz
    Maryland football recruit Abner Logan was on Twitter this morning when he saw a familiar name, the one that looked like it had been pulled straight out of a word scramble. He didn’t know anyone else with the name. It had to be the same player he&...
  • Who will win major conference tourneys?

    Watch for upsets Todd M. Adams Orlando Sentinel Three teams are better than everyone else — Kentucky, Syracuse and North Carolina. But they all could get upset. First is Syracuse, just because of the strength of the Big East. Marquette is a...
  • No. 16 Loyola women beat No. 10 Penn State in OT

    Cass Cursaro scored the game-winning goal for No. 16 Loyola (2-2) with 5:07 left in overtime Wednesday as the visiting Greyhounds women defeated No. 10 Penn State, 12-10. Freshman Sydney Thomas added an insurance goal at the 3:28 mark. Both goals were...
  • A hero's welcome, a new life in fame

    A hero's welcome, a new life in fame
    When Michael Phelps left his mother's house in Rodgers Forge four years ago, he was - despite his six gold medals and his 19 years on Earth - still a boy in almost every sense. Soon he'll return to Baltimore a 23-year-old man. He'll return not to his...
  • O'Beck headed to Michigan

    Newport Harbor High senior Christina O'Beck has committed to the University of Michigan for women's water polo, she said Friday. O'Beck was the leading scorer this past winter for the Sailors. The team's primary center, she had 66 goals, helping Newport...
  • Dierdorf to broadcast Michigan football games

    Dierdorf to broadcast Michigan football games
    Dan Dierdorf is returning to the broadcast booth just months after retiring to work as a radio analyst for Michigan football. The former Michigan and Pro Football Hall of Fame player left CBS Sports after the 2013 season as an NFL network broadcaster,...
  • After style makeover, it's up to Illinois to win

     After style makeover, it's up to Illinois to win
    Illinois basketball coach John Groce captivated a small crowd Thursday at NikeTown on Michigan Avenue, telling the story of a recruit who watched the entire unveiling of his team's new uniforms online. "It was a home run," Groce said of the attire....