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The NCAA lacrosse committee's annual evolution took it to one of its most basic tools last season, a development that could also influence the group's work this year.
Nothing good ever happens to the Washington Capitals after midnight. That's been pretty well established over the decades, hasn't it? The four-overtime game against the New York Islanders in 1987, the quadruple-OT game against the Pittsburgh Penguins in '96, the triple-OT game against the Tampa Bay Lightning in 2003 (if, indeed, it reached the witching hour) — all crushing losses, two of them season-enders.
Now that he has the U.S. Women's Open, Donald Trump wants more.
When D.C. United kicked off at the San Jose Earthquakes on Wednesday, the visitors were riding high, owners of a seven-game unbeaten stretch and the team's first winning streak in nearly three years.
Dave Weaver was in his usual seat, 20 rows behind home plate, drinking a beer and shouting instructions to his son in the quiet lulls between pitches. His wife, Gail, was alongside him, calmly enjoying a little night baseball.
Chris Wondolowski scored twice to take over the MLS lead as the San Jose Earthquakes beat D.C. United 5-3 Wednesday night.
Conference USA is restocking its league and is about to add more schools than it is losing to the Big East.