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  • WCB: Dayton Flyers dominate St. Bonaventure 86-70
    WCB: Dayton Flyers dominate St. Bonaventure 86-70
    The Dayton Flyers rolled to a 86-70 victory over the St. Bonaventure Bonnies at the Reilly Center on Jan. 18. The Flyers won their third in a row and are 12-4 on the season, including 3-1 in the Atlantic-10 while the Bonnies have dropped their...
  • NCAA cost of attendance questions
    Full cost of attendance measure creates NCAA questions
    The 2015 NCAA Convention was the hub for more groundbreaking changes within collegiate sports as January 17, 2015 marked the announcement ofa full cost-of-attendance measure that will supplement student-athletes' scholarships with...
  • Marcus Posley leads St. Bonaventure over Saint  Joseph's 70-61
    Marcus Posley leads St. Bonaventure over Saint Joseph's 70-61
    Marcus Posley poured in 15 of his team-high 23 points in the second half to lead the St. Bonaventure Bonnies to a 70-61 victory over the Saint Joseph's Hawks at the Reilly Center on Jan. 18. St.Bonaventure (10-6, 3-2 A-10) is on a two-game...
  • NCAA restoring Penn State wins highlights incompetence and inability to lead
    NCAA restoring Penn State wins highlights incompetence and inability to lead
    In breaking news that proves that scientists were wrong: people don’t actually have to have a spine to walk up and down the block every day, the NCAA has suddenly, after some thought, (certainly) a bunch of pressure, and well, just who knows...
  • Big 10 can't stop Maryland women
    Big 10 can't stop Maryland women
    Twelfth-ranked Maryland continued its march through the Big Ten Jan 11 with a 77-73 road win over No. 23 Minnesota. It is the Terrapins fifth win in a row and it stopped the Golden Gophers 10-game win streak. The game also left Maryland (13-2, 4-0...
  • A-10 standings
    George Washington, George Mason setting A-10 on fire
    George Washington improved its winning streak to 12 games Jan. 12 with a77-67 Atlantic 10 victory over Richmond. A Colonials 14-3 surge during a late 7:30 span in the second half put the game on ice for GW, which improved to 14-2, 3-0.Jonquel...
  • Georgia Tech has dropped first two ACC games
    Can Georgia Tech get over the hump in ACC play at Wake Forest
    Two conference games are in the books for Georgia Tech and two conference losses on the ledger. Granted, the Yellow Jackets first two ACC contests have not been against easy opposition, as they have fallen to Notre Dame (AP No. 13, 15-1) and...
  • College track returns to DC this weekend
    College track returns to DC this weekend
    George Mason hosts the Father Diamond Invitational Jan. 10. The event draws 18 college track and filed teams. Most are from NCAA Div. I programs, but a few Div. II teams and Hagerstown Community College are on the guest list this weekend. The...
  • Crystal ball
    Now that 2014 is history, what college wrestling may look like a decade from now
    As another year is now history, many sports writers have looked back at 2014 by compiling a list of the top stories of the year. College Wrestling Examiner thought it would be even more instructive to gaze into the future of amateur wrestling at...
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    What NCAA autonomy decisions in 2014 could mean for college wrestling’s future
    For college wrestling, July and August are the heart of the off-season. Except for coaching changes, not a whole lot happens in the summer. However, in mid-2014, there were seemingly momentous decisions affecting NCAA sports. One involved a...
  • Can MEAC play provide Howard with change of course?
    Can MEAC play provide Howard with change of course?
    Howard University sports need a change. The women’s basketball program under Tennille Adams is bad and only getting worse. The 80-68 Dec. 30 debacle against Brown in the 2014 Cyclone Challenge should be a wake-up call to AD Skip Perkins.Many...
  • Catholic Holiday Tournament: Cards, Mary Washington advance
    Catholic Holiday Tournament: Cards, Mary Washington advance
    The Cardinals opened their 2014 Jamie Lynn Roberts – Fairfield Inn Holiday Tournament holding on for a68-64 victory over Washington & Lee. The second half included six lead changes, three ties and a 17-3 Generals run.Catholic (6-4) faces...
  • Female feats are of no interest at 106.7 The Fan
    Female feats are of no interest at 106.7 The Fan
    It’s not exactly news, but women athletes get no respect in the DMV. The latest example comes from 106.7 The Fan which purports to be one of the Washington radio station’s devoted to local sports.In an attempt at driving social media...
  • Tedford named Lions head coach
    Tedford named Lions head coach
    According to the Canadian Press on Friday, former Calgary Stampeders quarterback Jeff Tedford was named the head coach of the British Columbia Lions. Tedford played for the Stampeders in the 1986 season and completed 17 of 34 passes for 277 yards...
  • UMES rules MEAC bowling
    UMES rules MEAC bowling; BSU's Lightfoot is top local pin dropper
    Bowling powerhouse University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES) made minced meat of other Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) teams competing in the MEAC Northern Division Meet concluded Dec. 7. The Lady Hawks tossed the highest ever score for...