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  • CAA basketball notes

    Virus sidelines JMU's Wells

  • Awards

    AWARDSFOOTBALL

  • VCU basketball notes

    Rams place emphasis on timely stops

  • CAA basketball notes: Tribe gets on winning side

    Tribe gets on winning side

  • College roundup: William and Mary ends four-game skid

    Brandon Britt and Marcus Thornton scored 16 points apiece to lead William and  Mary over James Madison 68-61 on Wednesday night as the Tribe won their first Colonial Athletic Association game of the season.

  • ODU's Cameron, Liberty's Fogg are first-team A-A picks

    Old Dominion defensive tackle Ronnie Cameron and Liberty kick returner Kevin Fogg were named Monday to The Sports Network/Fathead.com FCS All-America first team.

  • Awards

    WOMEN'S SOCCER

  • W&M's Grimes on All-America team

    William and Mary's Jonathan Grimes, a running back who led the nation in all-purpose yards with 228 per game this season, was selected to The Associated Press FCS All-America first team on Thursday.

  • TD Club announces college football players of the year

    The Touchdown Club of Richmond has announced its College Award winners for the 2011 season. Fourteen players from colleges in the Commonwealth of Virginia have been selected and will be honored at the Dudley Award banquet on Wednesday at the Hilton Richmond Hotel.

  • All-CAA Football

    Offense: QB, Kevin Decker (New Hampshire); RB, Jonathan Grimes (William and Mary), Terrance West (Towson) ...

  • W&M's Grimes, ODU's Cameron honored by CAA Football

    William and Mary's Jonathan Grimes was named the Colonial Athletic Association special teams player of the year for the second consecutive year, and Old Dominion senior defensive lineman Ronnie Cameron was named defensive player of the year Monday.

  • Tribe's late TD sends Spiders to eighth straight lossView Video

    The game was about to be decided on the final snap. William and Mary had the ball at the University of Richmond 2, on fourth down, with six seconds left. The Tribe trailed by four.

  • Grimes running vs. Corp passing may decide W&M-UR

    By now, his body should be bashed, his spirit spent. But edit video from his four productive seasons as an FCS tailback, and The Best of Jonathan Grimes clips may begin with the past few Saturdays.

  • Norfolk State surprises Drexel

    Chris McEachin scored 15 points, and Kyle O'Quinn had 11 points, 12 rebounds and six blocks to lead Norfolk State over Drexel 61-56 on Friday night in the Paradise Jam.

  • State college football shoppers

    Liberty at Stony Brook

  • W&M-UR preview capsule

    William and Mary at Richmond Where: Robins Stadium (cap. 8,700) When: Noon

  • Tribe's Robertson ready for an emotional last game

    As he escorted his mother, sister and uncle onto the field for senior day last week at William and Mary, Harold Robertson II couldn't help but notice the tributes they were wearing.

  • ODU knocks down door to FCS playoffs

    It's been an uncommon season for Old Dominion. So maybe there was something behind what ODU coach Bobby Wilder called a couple of uncommon plays that helped the Monarchs outlast William and Mary on Saturday.

  • Hampton upends W&M

    David Bruce scored 15 points and grabbed 12 rebounds in 17 minutes off the bench to lead Hampton in a 73-58 win over William and Mary on Saturday night.

  • Today's state college football preview capsules

    Old Dominion at William and Mary

  • State women's basketball roundup

    Chelsea Shined scored 15 points to lead four players in double figures Friday, and Virginia won its first game under new coach Joanne Boyle, 80-48 over Appalachian State. Boyle coached at Richmond from 2002-05.

  • State women's basketball roundup

    Chelsea Shined scored 15 points to lead four players in double figures Friday, and Virginia won its first game under new coach Joanne Boyle, 80-48 over Appalachian State. Boyle coached at Richmond from 2002-05.

  • CAA predicted order of finish

    1. Drexel 2. George Mason 3. VCU ...

  • CAA: Five games to watch

    5 games to watch: Nov. 14-15, 21-25: George Mason in NIT Season Tip-Off

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