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Wednesday's local college roundup: Poquoson's Pinder belts two homers, drives in six runs as Hokies slam U.Va. in ACC tournamentDaily PressBaseball: 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...
Star TribuneWillie Burton will walk across a stage Saturday morning to receive his University of Minnesota diploma, and it will not be difficult to distinguish him from his classmates. He will be the 6-8, soon-to-be 45-year-old wearing maroon basketball shoes...
We have once again entered the college commencement season, which means we'll soon be reading about uplifting graduation speeches delivered by prominent Americans. Or at least by prominent liberal Americans. It's becoming increasingly apparent that...
Nittany LinesAs his nearly 30-minute session Wednesday with reporters dragged on, Bill O'Brien went from angry to impatient. "How many more questions?" he asked the conference call's moderator. "Six," was the response. "Six?' O'Brien asked. "How about three." That was...
ReutersThe Sports Xchange By Tom LaMarre, The Sports Xchange Inside the Ropes: Kuchar on course for major title In 2011, Keegan Bradley ended an American drought of six majors without a victory by winning the PGA Championship. Last year, Bubba Watson...
Pat Haden took on a challenging job when he was hired to oversee a USC athletic program that had been hit hard with NCAA sanctions. The private school rewarded him by making him one of the nation's most highly compensated athletic directors. Haden...
The Kansas City StarThe curtain to the new Shawnee Mission School District opens on a stage of cowboys and cowgirls rehearsing at Westridge Middle School. Something they call "positive risk" is in full play. For a troupe of nervous middle-schoolers learning the musical...
Bold non-conference schedules will serve Virginia Tech, Virginia and the ACC well as college football drives toward the playoff era. The challenge is in balancing that ambition with business and competitive concerns. Strength-of-schedule has long been a...
Savannah Morning News, Ga.A serial tech entrepreneur has been chosen to lead Savannah's creative community. Bea Wray will succeed Jake Hodesh as the director of the Creative Coast, the local nonprofit that consults and advocates for tech, digital and other knowledge-based...
The Philadelphia InquirerIt's too early to judge new Temple football coach Matt Rhule as an in-game tactician. But as a recruiter, Rhule is stocking the Owls with Big Ten- and Atlantic Coast Conference-caliber talent. Case in point: Rhule scored a major recruiting coup last...
The Wichita EagleWichita State University expects to compete for a federally funded research center on lightweight and modern metals, John Tomblin, the university's interim vice president for research and technology transfer, said Friday. The center is one of the...
The Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionThe music cranked as party-goers boogied, drank, got high and caroused, loudly carrying on like they did most nights at Perry Homes. The combustible mix gave folks in the sprawling public housing project many reasons to be on edge. A wrong word,...
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