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  • Look back, look ahead for W&M baseball

    William and Mary baseball’s NCAA tournament appearance is markedly different than its last trip, in 2001, though there are a few similarites. First, the Tribe received an at-large bid after falling to hot-hitting, free-swinging Towson in the CAA...
  • Thursday's college roundup: VCU names former W&M women's soccer standout as head coach

    Women’s soccer: VCU named Lindsey Vanderspiegel, a William and Mary graduate from Chesapeake’s Hickory High, as head coach. Vanderspiegel spent two years as Georgia Southern’s head coach, going 17-19-7. She led the Eagles to the...
  • Elon to join CAA

    Elon University has called a 2 p.m. Thursday news conference, when school officials are expected to announce that they’re leaving the Southern Conference to join the Colonial Athletic Association. According to the Burlington (N.C.) Times News,...
  • Wednesday's local college roundup: Poquoson's Pinder belts two homers, drives in six runs as Hokies slam U.Va. in ACC tournament

    Baseball: ACC: Virginia Tech’s Chad Pinder of Poquoson slugged two home runs, including a grand slam, and had six RBI as the 21st-ranked Hokies (36-19) surprised Virginia 10-1 in the first round of Atlantic Coast Conference tournament pool play...
  • Tuesday's college roundup: VCU leads state in Division I winning percentage

    VCU’s .655 winning percentage ranked best among all Division I schools in Virginia for 2012-13. The Rams sent six teams to the postseason and had three programs ranked in the top-25: men’s basketball, men’s soccer and men’s...
  • ODU falls to Drexel 81-77 in home finale

    NORFOLK — As Old Dominion and Drexel wind down disappointing seasons, they played the same kind of games they have all season: close, competitive, flawed. The difference was that the Dragons made enough plays to finally win a tight game, while...
  • Thursday's local college basketball roundup: Apprentice wins season finale

    Apprentice School closed its men's season at 17-10 with an 81-70 consolation win Thursday over Victory University of Memphis, Tenn., in the U.S. Collegiate Athletic Association nationals in Uniontown, Pa. Three-time All-American Tevin Andrews had 27...
  • Friday's college multisport roundup: ODU, W&M prevail in baseball

    Ben Verlander and Tyler Urps had three hits each in Old Dominion’s 9-2 win Friday over Temple. Verlander, the younger brother of Detroit Tigers star pitcher Justin Verlander, scored three runs and drove in one. Urps scored once and drove in two....
  • CAA prepares for final tournament run in Richmond

    CAA prepares for final tournament run in Richmond
    Tom Yeager didn't call it validation, but when he looked around the Richmond Coliseum on the night of March 5, 1990, and saw more than 9,700 people for the Colonial Athletic Association men's basketball tournament championship game, he felt pretty good...
  • VCU approaches perfection in rout of Butler

    VCU approaches perfection in rout of Butler
    RICHMOND — VCU ambushed Florida Gulf Coast, Winthrop and Stetson in November. Come December, the Rams ravaged Western Kentucky, Longwood and Fairleigh Dickinson. Since New Year's, East Tennessee State, Duquesne and George Washington have drowned...
  • Saturday's local interest college basketball roundup: VCU rocks No. 20 Butler

    VCU got revenge for its 2011 Final Four loss and was dominant defensively during an 84-52 victory over No. 20 Butler on Saturday at a rocking, again sold-out Siegel Center. The Rams (23-6, 11-3 Atlantic 10) forced 20 turnovers, 14 in the first half,...
  • Teel Time: A-10 commissioner braces with Butler, Xavier reportedly joining Catholic 7

    Teel Time: A-10 commissioner braces with Butler, Xavier reportedly joining Catholic 7
    Atlantic 10 commissioner Bernadette McGlade smiled wryly when asked Saturday if someone might declare a cease-fire from college sports’ relentless conference realignment raids. “If there is a call,” she said, “I haven't gotten...