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  • A Look At George Blaney

    A Look At George Blaney
    After three seasons as coach of Seton Hall in the mid-1990s, George Blaney returned to the Big East in the 2001-02 season as an assistant at UConn and has been Jim Calhoun's right-hand man since, stepping in for the Hall of Fame coach on several...
  • Anteaters should face tougher road

    Anteaters should face tougher road
    The UC Irvine men's basketball team will face eight opponents that competed in postseason tournaments last season, including NCAA participants UNLV, Southern Miss and Long Beach State. The schedule also includes a home game against LSU on Dec. 18, the...
  • ODU recommends 2-year contract extension for Barefoot

    Old Dominion women's basketball coach Karen Barefoot will receive a two-year contract extension, through the 2017-18 school year, if school president John Broderick follows through on athletic director Wood Selig's recommendation. Selig said that he...
  • ODU introduces Jeff Jones as new men's basketball coach

    ODU introduces Jeff Jones as new men's basketball coach
    NORFOLK — Jeff Jones wasn't the first candidate to become Old Dominion men's basketball coach, but athletic director Wood Selig and president John Broderick described him as the best out of a crowded and capable field. Jones was introduced...
  • Thursday's local women's college basketball roundup: Boston College bounces U.Va. in ACC first round; Miami ends Hokies' season

    A season that began with so much promise for Virginia's women ended in the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament's first round as the injury-riddled Cavaliers lost 66-57 Thursday night to Boston College at the Greensboro Coliseum. The sixth-seeded...
  • Virginia falters against Florida State, loses 53-51

    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Michael Snaer added yet another chapter to his already considerable resume Thursday night. Snaer, who has earned a reputation as one of the country's top clutch players after hitting five winning buzzer-beaters in his career,...
  • Saturday's college multi-sport roundup: Norfolk State softball sweep gives Spartans 8-0 MEAC mark

    Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference softball leader Norfolk State (15-17, 8-0) swept visiting Maryland Eastern Shore Saturday, winning 4-3 in 10 innings and then 8-5 in seven innings. In Game 1, Haley Ward singled home Morgan Boyd with the winning run with...
  • Shaver quietly reaches W&M milestone

    Overlooked amid the warm fuzzies about William and Mary’s three-game winning streak and late-season surge was the fact that Big Whistle Tony Shaver now has the most wins of any coach in program history. The Tribe’s 74-62 win at Old...
  • Corrigan takes reins of ODU basketball after Taylor's firing

    Corrigan takes reins of ODU basketball after Taylor's firing
    Jim Corrigan awoke Tuesday morning as the top assistant coach of a proud and successful basketball program enduring a historically dreadful season. By lunchtime, he was the head coach at Old Dominion, with practices, games and the task of focusing and...
  • Teel Time: How might RPI influence Virginia, North Carolina NCAA hopes?

    Teel Time: How might RPI influence Virginia, North Carolina NCAA hopes?
    As Virginia and North Carolina prepare for a noon matinee Saturday that will have XL impact on their NCAA tournament credentials, here are some points to consider, courtesy of selection committee chairman Mike Bobinski. The outgoing athletic director at...
  • UCI opens CIT at home

    The UC Irvine men's basketball team will play host to High Point University of North Carolina in the first round of the CollegeInsider.com Tournament at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Crawford Court. The Anteaters (20-15), who lost to Pacific in the title game...
  • Virginia Tech's quick pace will be challenged by faster North Carolina

    Even in what has been a down year to this point by North Carolina standards, there's still a difference in Virginia Tech's brand of fast-paced play and UNC's shot-out-of-a-cannon variety of basketball. Tech coach James Johnson knows it. If all goes well...