Sports Roundup: UVa. opens ACC Tournament with 13-1 win over Wake

  • Kinston finishes sweep of P-Nats : A tough start to Wednesday night’s game finished as a 13-7 loss for Potomac at home against Kinston, capping a … (Read More)
  • Salem loses in Myrtle Beach : The Red Sox relentlessly mustered scoring opportunities in the final innings, but the game-changing clutch hit eluded Salem in Wednesday’s … (Read More)
  • Hillcats fall to the long ball : Wednesday night’s game saw five home runs fly out of Calvin Falwell Field. While one came off the bat of … (Read More)
  • Lowery tabbed CAA Player of the Year : James Madison junior catcher Jake Lowery (Midlothian, Va./Cosby) was selected as the Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Year to … (Read More)
  • Miami TE transfers to UR, will be eligible in 2011 : Head football coach Latrell Scott has announced that University of Miami TE Andrew Tallman has signed a grant-in-aid and will … (Read More)
  • Richmond holds on for win in A-10 Tournament opener : Richmond jumped out to a 5-1 lead in the fifth inning and held off a late rally to beat Xavier, … (Read More)
  • #3 UVa. run-rules Wake in ACC Tournament opener : Behind a 15-hit attack from its offense and 6.1 strong innings from starting pitcher Tyler Wilson (Sr., Midlothian, Va.), the … (Read More)
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