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AMELIA ISLAND — The buzz is back at the ACC spring meetings. All indications are after a tumultuous stretch, all is well with the ACC. A recently agreed upon conference grant of rights media deal helps explain the laughter and apparent...
Daily American Sports WriterMEYERSDALE — Three Meyersdale student-athletes announced Wednesday they are going to continue their athletic careers in college. Collin Day, Steven Haer and Abby Stahl will take their talents to Waynesburg University, Garrett County...
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Special to the TribuneJoliet Catholic junior Jasmine Lumpkin had nearly 25 scholarship offers from schools across the country, but she decided to end her recruiting Tuesday by making an oral commitment to attend Michigan State in 2014-15. Lumpkin, a 6-foot forward, chose...
Visiting Loyola trails, 15-10, in its series with Duke, which has won six of the last seven meetings. The teams have faced each other just once in the NCAA tournament with the Blue Devils cruising to a 12-7 victory in the first round of the 2008...
AMELIA ISLAND — Less than an hour after he lost the frenzied sweepstakes for college basketball's prized top prospect, Florida State coach Leonard Hamilton was optimistic about the future. No. 1 recruit Andrew Wiggins, who had the potential to...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness SportsThe Big 12 and Southeastern Conferences have announced an annual men's basketball challenge that will begin during the 2013-14 season. "The Big 12 is excited to enter into another partnership with the SEC," said Commissioner Bob Bowlsby. “It...
Oakes, N.D., multi-sport standout senior Nicole Warren will play volleyball and basketball for Jamestown College this fall. A 5-foot-6 hitter, Warren ranks first in career kills, digs and passing at Oakes, where she was an All-State player. As a point...
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A few weeks ago, I researched a story about the comeback of a fallen basketball star. His name was Jereme Richmond, and when he was in high school just three years ago, he was as talented as you can imagine — quick, competitive and insanely...
After falling just shy of a Pacific League championship the past three years, one could argue the Crescenta Valley High boys' basketball team would be the early favorite heading into the 2014 season. The league found itself in a wave of change this...
TALLAHASSEE — Former Florida State women's basketball G Leonor Rodriguez signed a professional contract earlier this week with one of Spain's top clubs. The Canary Islands, Spain, native will play for 2011 Euroleague champion Perfumerias Avenida...
The Varsity BlogFormer Moravian College women’s basketball standout Kathy Beck DeKorte has been selected as part of the second class to be inducted into the Middle Atlantic Conference Hall of Fame. The MAC, of which Moravian was a member from 1945 until......
Sailing Elliot leads J/70 class at NOOD in Annapolis Brian Elliot of Sayville, N.Y., sailed B Squared to the lead in the 49-boat J/70 class after four races on the first day of the three-day Sperry Top-Sider NOOD (National Offshore One Design) Regatta...
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