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  • Bits & Pieces: Rohrbaugh provides an inspiring story about dreams, determination

    Bits & Pieces: Rohrbaugh provides an inspiring story about dreams, determination
    The Nittany Lions have taken a beating recently with tons of unwanted publicity, but here's a good news story with a local connection. Jon Rohrbaugh, a 2007 Howard High graduate, has been the long snapper on Penn State's football team the past two...
  • No quit in these coaches

    John McKissick is in his 60th season coaching the Summerville (S.C.) High School football team. No head football coach has held the same post longer. None on any level has ever won more games (589). But McKissick, who turns 85 this month, never...
  • Former Dons wrestler, lacrosse star making his mark with MMA

    Former Dons wrestler, lacrosse star making his mark with MMA
    He's a two-time state champion wrestler, a two-time All-American lacrosse defender and a former professional lacrosse player, but Dave Daniecki doesn't get his biggest adrenaline rush on the wrestling mat or lacrosse field. That feeling, Daniecki says,...
  • Roundup: Loyola men start slow and fall, 76-66, at St. Bonaventure

    Loyola's Justin Drummond scored a career-high 26 points, two coming on a tip-in that cut host St. Bonaventure's lead to six with 4:06 remaining, but the Bonnies held off the Greyhounds men's basketball team for a 76-66 nonconference win Sunday afternoon,...
  • Roundup: Towson men's losing streak hits 30

    Host Towson took an early lead in the opening 10 minutes of play but failed to hold on, losing its 30th straight game, 81-62, to Manhattan on Tuesday. The Tigers (0-11) are four defeats away from the Division I record for nontransitioning schools. Towson...
  • Notebook: No decision on return of DiMaria to No. 9 Lehigh

    •Lehigh coach Kevin Cassese has not made a decision on the status of junior attackman David DiMaria, who was suspended for last Friday's win at Navy because of a violation of team rules. That decision could be made as late as Saturday morning...
  • Towson fighting for postseason lives

    Towson fighting for postseason lives
    With three more games left on the Colonial Athletic Association slate and tied with No. 11 Penn State for third in the league with identical 2-1 records, Towson is in a fairly comfortable position with regards to qualifying for the conference tournament....
  • Roundup: No. 5 Terps women top Princeton, 15-9, behind Aust

    Alex Aust recorded a career-high 10 points Wednesday, including a school-record six assists, as No. 5 Maryland beat host Princeton, 15-9. Aust led Maryland (12-3) in goals with four and was backed up by a trio of hat tricks from Katie Schwarzmann,...
  • Navy coach, players going through adjustments

    Navy coach, players going through adjustments
    There were 19 players at Navy basketball practice Monday, nearly half of them freshmen and only two, senior guard Jordan Sugars and sophomore forward J.J. Avila, who started for the Midshipmen last season. Yet new coach Ed DeChellis sees potential...
  • No question: He's No. 1

    Joe Paterno continues to impress. The 84-year-old coach passed Grambling State great Eddie Robinson with his 409th win Saturday, giving him the record for the most victories by a Division I football coach. If South Carolina is going to win the SEC East,...
  • Will charges tarnish Paterno's reputation?

    Paterno must explain Teddy Greenstein Chicago Tribune In a word, yes. Read the 23-page grand jury findings and you will be horrified and sickened. And angry. The target of our anger, assuming the allegations are true, is Jerry Sandusky. Next we...
  • Former Penn State players, associates are saddened, angered at Paterno's situation

    Former Penn State players, associates are saddened, angered at Paterno's situation
    Like many of his former Penn State football teammates, Rich Rosa remained close with his coach, Joe Paterno, as well as with defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky, long after he graduated. Rosa spent a season on Paterno's staff as a graduate assistant...