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Strong start by Leins keeps Navy alive against Army

As if seven baseball games against its bitter rival was not enough, Navy still has one more to play. It’s a big one, and the Midshipmen are happy they are playing it. Jared Leins had a massive performance, striking out eight and allowing two runs on four hits in eight-plus innings as Navy defeated...

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ACC women’s basketball continues to grow

ACC women’s basketball coaches are upbeat about the future of their sport. This year’s women’s NCAA Tournament ratings were a mixed bag, but the ACC coaches are focused on the positive numbers. The semifinal matchup between UConn and Notre Dame saw a 6% dip in viewership before the final was watched...

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  • Digest (March 30): Indiana blasts Terps in baseball, 20-5

    Digest (March 30): Indiana blasts Terps in baseball, 20-5

    Indiana posted a 20-5 win over the Maryland baseball team at Bob "Turtle" Smith Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The Hoosiers (16-10, 4-1 Big Ten ) scored four runs in the first and 18 runs in the first five innings. The Terrapins (13-12, 1-1 Big Ten) score five runs on eight hits for the contest....

  • Navy swimmer Lauren Barber faces final challenge in NCAA championship

    Navy swimmer Lauren Barber faces final challenge in NCAA championship

    Lauren Barber had simple goals when she first arrived in Annapolis. Swim fast. Beat Army, of course. Win some races at the Patriot League championship. Oh, and at the NCAA championship, too. The one where the Olympians compete. “NCAAs was always a goal of mine,” Barber said, “but all of the accolades...

  • Gil leads five Navy wrestlers into NCAA Championship meet

    Gil leads five Navy wrestlers into NCAA Championship meet

    Nicholas Gil readily admits being blown away when he walked into Madison Square Garden to compete at the NCAA Tournament as a plebe. The Illinois native wasn’t mentally prepared to perform in front of a packed house at the fabled venue and promptly lost two straight matches. “My freshman year it...

  • NCAA wrestling: Penn State chasing history, and destiny, in Pittsburgh

    NCAA wrestling: Penn State chasing history, and destiny, in Pittsburgh

    NCAA wrestling celebrates one of its core audiences this week, when Pittsburgh hosts the NCAA Division I championships. With 53 Pennsylvania wrestlers competing, Penn State pursuing history and sold-out crowds at PPG Paints Arena, the three-day tournament should captivate the in-state crowd. Here’s...

  • Nike sent a team to China to fix Zion Williamson's sneakers

    Nike sent a team to China to fix Zion Williamson's sneakers

    Duke basketball phenomenon Zion Williamson returned to the court on Thursday with all eyes on his injured right knee — and on his new sneakers. It was the 18-year-old's first game since his Nike shoe fell apart in the opening minute of a regular-season game against rival North Carolina, a wardrobe...

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