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William & Mary football alum Sean McDermott has been named the Buffalo Bills head coach.
Pitcher Zander Clouse gave the Flames seven-plus innings of one-run relief as Liberty defeated the Tribe of William & Mary, 10-7.
For the second year in a row, the William and Mary men’s basketball team and Hofstra engaged in a back-and-forth, high-intensity and entertaining CAA Semifinal at Royal Farms Arena.
Ten different players scored goals to lead the No. 7 Virginia women’s lacrosse team (4-1) to a 16-8 victory over William & Mary (2-2) on Wednesday night at Klöckner Stadium.
The No. 8 Virginia baseball team scored nine runs in the first inning in rolling to a 16-8 win over William and Mary Tuesday afternoon at Davenport Field.
The No. 8 Virginia baseball team continues its 10-game homestand at 3 p.m. Tuesday (March 1) when it faces William and Mary at Davenport Field.
The William and Mary men’s basketball team dropped a tough regular-season finale at James Madison, 71-65, on Saturday afternoon.
William and Mary held Elon scoreless over the final four minutes and ended the game on an 11-0 run to pick up a 75-65 road win.
Liberty second baseman Andrew Kowalo hit a three-run home run, helping the Flames post an 8-4 win over the Tribe of William & Mary.
William and Mary rallied from a 10-point second-half deficit, but the Tribe suffered a 74-69 Senior Day setback to Drexel on Saturday afternoon.
William and Mary snapped the nation’s second-longest winning streak and got back on the winning track itself with an 87-69 victory over CAA leader UNCW.
The William and Mary lacrosse team fell at top-ranked Maryland, 19-7, in both teams’ season opener on Sunday afternoon.
The William and Mary men’s basketball team fell to hot-shooting Towson, 99-82, on Saturday afternoon at SECU Arena.
William and Mary standout free safety DeAndre Houston-Carson will showcase his talents in front of coaches, scouts and front office personnel from all 32 NFL teams.
The William and Mary men’s basketball team blitzed Delaware, 90-64, for its fourth straight win on Saturday afternoon during the annual #WMGoldRush.
William and Mary once again rallied from a half-time deficit with a strong second-half effort in an 86-77 win at Northeastern on Thursday.
William and Mary head football coach Jimmye Laycock has announced the Tribe’s 2016 signing class, which includes 13 student-athletes who have signed National Letters of Intent this morning.
Rallying from 18 points down, William and Mary turned it on both offensively and defensively to surge past James Madison, 68-62, on Sunday night at Kaplan Arena.
The William and Mary men’s basketball team connected on a school-record tying 16 3-pointers and dished out 28 assists in upending Delaware, 94-79, on Thursday.
The William and Mary men’s basketball team fell 91-63 at Hofstra on Sunday afternoon in a game that was delayed a day by Winter Storm Jonas.
William and Mary knocked down a season-high 14 3-pointers and combined for 27 assists in pulling away from Elon, 89-67, on Thursday.
UNC Wilmington downed William and Mary, 97-94, in a high-octane thriller on Saturday afternoon at Trask Coliseum.
The William and Mary men’s basketball team answered a furious Charleston rally to pull out a 63-61 road win on Thursday night.
William and Mary rolled to its third straight win, thumping Northeastern, 78-60, on Saturday afternoon to move into first place in the CAA.
The William and Mary men’s basketball team used a 27-2 first-half run to outdistance Drexel, 72-63, in its first road game of the league slate on Thursday.
The William and Mary men’s basketball team topped the College of Charleston, 78-70, on Saturday afternoon at Kaplan Arena.
Playing on the road for the fourth time in its opening five contests, the William and Mary football team earned an impressive 38-16 victory at No. 14/16 Villanova on Saturday afternoon.
The No. 25/22 William and Mary football team was edged at Delaware, 24-23, on Saturday evening. UD (2-3, 1-1) placekicker Frank Raggo secured the victory with a 29-yard game-winning field goal as time expired.
I thought the issue with the UVA offense through the first third of the 2015 season was what it was able to do outside of the big plays to keep the chains moving.
The No. 4 Virginia field hockey team (8-0, 2-0 ACC) earned a 4-2 victory over William & Mary (4-4, 0-0 CAA) on Monday (Sept. 21) at University Hall Turf Field in Charlottesville, Va.
Running game woes continue: As was the case last week, the UVA running game had deceptively decent numbers in the win over William and Mary.
“It was a good victory for us.” That’s how UVA football coach Mike London opened his postgame presser following the Cavs’ ugly-as-sin 35-29 win over FCS William and Mary on Saturday.
That one didn’t feel like a UVA win, and Cavs fans felt like they needed a shower after their team’s ugly 35-29 victory over FCS William and Mary on Saturday in Scott Stadium.
UVA (0-2) hosts William and Mary (1-0) on Saturday at 3:30 p.m. at Scott Stadium in Charlottesville. Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham is in the press box reporting with score updates, commentary, analysis and more.
The inclination for UVA football might be to look at William and Mary next on the schedule after the heartbreaking loss to #9 Notre Dame and take a breath.
After opening its season with a lopsided 34-7 victory at Lafayette on Saturday evening, the William and Mary football team garnered a No. 25 national ranking in this week’s FCS Coaches Poll.
The William and Mary football team opened the 2015 season with a lopsided 34-7 victory at Lafayette on Saturday evening.
The Colonial Athletic Association announced its 2015-16 men’s basketball schedule on Monday afternoon, highlighted by nine games televised nationally on the NBC Sports Network. The defending regular season champion William & Mary will have two of the six regular season national broadcasts.
William and Mary standout linebacker Luke Rhodes recently added another preseason All-America honor to his long list of accolades, as the College Sporting News named him to the organization’s 2015 Preseason Fabulous Fifty FCS All-America Team.
Four William and Mary football standouts garnered preseason all-conference honors at the 2015 Colonial Athletic Association Media Day at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Md., on Tuesday.
To help attract and retain promising student-athletes in the Tribe football program, Richard ’65 and Carole ’65 Kraemer are establishing a robust scholarship endowment worth $1.2 million.
William and Mary senior Luke Rhodes has been selected to the 2015 Butkus Award Watch List. Rhodes is the lone Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) player on the watch list, which honors the nation’s top collegiate linebackers.
A trio of William and Mary football standouts have been selected to the STATS FCS Preseason All-America Team, as linebacker Luke Rhodes (first team), defensive back DeAndre Houston-Carson (second team) and center Andrew Jones (third team) all garnered distinction.
Former William and Mary men’s basketball standout Marcus Thornton begins his career with the Boston Celtics, competing in the NBA Summer League. Thornton and the Celtics take part in both the Utah and Las Vegas Summer Leagues, starting on Monday, July 6.
William and Mary football fans unable to make it to games this season will have multiple opportunities to follow the team on television, as nine of the Tribe’s contests will be broadcast live.
William & Mary men’s basketball All-American Marcus Thornton was selected 45th overall by the Boston Celtics in the second round of the 2015 NBA Draft on Thursday night from the Barclays Center.
Although the start of the 2015 season is still nearly three months away, the William and Mary football team is already generating some excitement by earning a preseason national ranking by Lindy’s (No. 21).
Former William and Mary standout cornerback Derek Cox has signed a contract with the New England Patriots.
Chicago will be Marcus Thornton’s Kind of Town as the William & Mary men’s basketball senior was selected to take part in the 2015 National Basketball Association (NBA) Draft Combine on Wednesday.
Former William and Mary standout wide receiver Tre McBride was selected by the Tennessee Titans with the 245th overall pick in the seventh round of the NFL Draft on Saturday afternoon.