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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.
The William & Mary Tribe scored the first seven runs of the game and never looked back en route to an 8-2 win over the VMI Keydets in non-conference baseball action Tuesday night in Lexington, Va.
Seven first-inning runs put the James Madison baseball team in a hole that it could not climb out of on Sunday afternoon, as the Dukes dropped the final game of their three-game Colonial Athletic Association series at William & Mary, 9-5, at Plumeri Park.
The James Madison baseball team opened the scoring with two runs in the top of the second inning on Saturday afternoon but William & Mary later scored in six consecutive innings to hand the Dukes a 10-3 loss in Colonial Athletic Association action at Plumeri Park.
Sophomore second baseman Kyle McPherson and junior shortstop Kyle Weston both homered on Friday night, but the James Madison baseball team fell to William & Mary, 17-7, in Colonial Athletic Association action at Plumeri Park.
Season tickets for the William and Mary football team’s upcoming 2015 season are now available for purchase online at TribeAthletics.com or by calling or visiting the Tribe Ticket Office in W&M Hall at 757-221-3340.
UVA baseball downs William & Mary 3-2 as Joe McCarthy makes his long awaited return.
The William and Mary football team concluded its spring practice season with the annual Green and Gold Game at Zable Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
On display numerous times in 2014-15, that never quit attitude of the William and Mary men’s basketball team did not stop on Tuesday night, the Tribe just ran out of a time in a 70-67 loss at Tulsa in the opening round of the National Invitation Tournament.
For the third time in program history, the William and Mary men’s basketball team was selected to take part in the National Invitation Tournament (NIT) on Sunday evening.
History will have to wait another year. A furious second-half rally came up short as the William and Mary men’s basketball team fell in the Colonial Athletic Association Championship Game to Northeastern, 72-61, on Monday night at the Royal Farms Arena.
Marcus Thornton found Daniel Dixon in the left corner for a 3-pointer to send the William and Mary men’s basketball team to its second straight CAA Championship Game and fourth in the last eight years with a 92-91 victory over Hofstra.
The William and Mary men’s basketball team turned in a stout defensive first-half effort and then held off a late Towson rally to remain in first place in the CAA standings with a 65-50 victory on Wednesday night.
After one of the longest and latest travel days of the year, the William and Mary men’s basketball team gutted out an 80-78 road victory at Hofstra on Sunday afternoon.
Despite 27 points from senior Marcus Thornton and 25 from sophomore Omar Prewitt, the William and Mary men’s basketball team suffered a 73-70 setback to Delaware on Saturday afternoon, snapping the program’s 14-game home-court winning streak.