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In the middle of a difficult April, Virginia coach Dom Starsia often found himself walking away from practice impressed with the progress of attackman Matt White.
A nagging foot injury prevented Virginia attackman Steele Stanwick from playing the way he liked throughout the spring.
The NCAA lacrosse tournament commences this weekend. With it comes the renewal of one of the sport's great mysteries: Why hasn't Maryland won a national title in more than three decades?
Cornell Dupree Jr., a guitarist who played on R&B and jazz hits with artists including Aretha Franklin and Miles Davis, has died. He was 68.
When Air Force associate athletic director Dermot Coll and the rest of the NCAA lacrosse tournament selection committee sequester themselves in a Baltimore hotel room this weekend, the participants will sift through RPI, strength of schedule and quality wins in an effort to concoct a 16-team field by Sunday night.
This month, as the vaunted Virginia lacrosse program suffered an atypical plunge, midfielder Colin Briggs recalled redshirt senior Todd Faiella (who began his career at Brown) standing in front of the Cavaliers and offering a message:
Based on Sara Gruen's best-selling novel of the same name, "Water for Elephants" is a vapid romantic drama with all the symptoms of a poorly executed Hollywood adaptation.
William Nunn Lipscomb Jr., a Harvard University professor who won the Nobel chemistry prize in 1976 for his research on the structure of molecules and on chemical bonding and mentored several other future Nobel laureates, has died. He was 91.
The D.C. Health Department does not have copies of its own records of a nonprofit company run by a convicted drug dealer that received more than $400,000 in grants to renovate a job-training center that was never completed.