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Keeler: Cavaliers set for deep run

Could this be the year? comments

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Nations: London, McGee take the high road

Sometimes in sports, you wonder what ever happened to the high road. comments

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Keeler: JMU women show promise

James Madison University women's basketball coach Kenny Brooks patted Kirby Burkholder on the head as the tears rolled down the senior's face on Tuesday night. The Dukes' season was about to come to an end, and Brooks was trying to keep his players upbeat as the final seconds ticked away. comments

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Nations: VCU is worthy of attention

The hype machine kicked into overdrive on Sunday, when top-seeded Virginia dumped traditional powerhouse Duke in the Atlantic Coast Conference men's basketball tournament championship game. comments

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SU roundup: Anderson earns 300th win with Hornets

HAMPDEN-SYDNEY -- Shenandoah University completed its third straight Old Dominion Athletic Conference baseball sweep Saturday afternoon, and in the process coach Kevin Anderson earned win No. 300 as the Hornets skipper. comments

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Fauber: Hornets' pitchers starting strong

Shenandoah University's baseball season hasn't had much fluidity so far thanks to the weather, but it hasn't taken long for the Hornets' pitching staff to find a rhythm on the mound. comments

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Nations: Lions undaunted by defeat

This one is going to sting for awhile. comments

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Hornets preparing to open 2014 season

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah University's baseball team is just a few days from the start of its 2014 season, but there is one small problem. The Hornets haven't stepped foot on a baseball diamond in over a month. comments

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Murto: Rolex 24 a nice debut for series

The 2014 running of the Rolex 24 endurance sports car race at Daytona proved to be a nice debut for the new TUDOR ports Car Challenge Series. comments

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Nations: Cavaliers baseball is hot ticket

This is invariably the time of year when I'm easily distracted by anything not frozen or icicle encrusted -- frankly, I get plenty of that without looking for it living in this part of the world at this particular time of year. comments

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Fauber: Mason is reason to watch Jayhawks

I haven't been watching as much college basketball as I usually do, which isn't all that surprising considering the fact that the only team I really care about -- Virginia Tech -- is having yet another bad season. It's really hard to watch a team that simply isn't very good. comments

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Keeler: Patience should pay off for Dukes fans

James Madison University men's basketball fans need to be patient. comments

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Keeler: Dukes get their man

James Madison University may have found themselves a keeper. comments

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Nations: SEC's long reign in peril

Jay Jacobs is stumping hard, for all the good it'll do. comments

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Nations: Quick start good sign for Hornets

Right about now might be a good time to start planning a trip to Shenandoah University's Shingleton Gymnasium to catch a men's basketball game. comments

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Nations: Sports at their worst

Feeling a bit indecisive about today's topic, so why fight it? Let's make this column a two-parter. comments

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Keeler: NCAA rule changes are frustrating

If you're a college basketball fan like I am, these are frustrating times. I love the game, and I love watching it played at a high level and a quick pace. comments

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Fauber: Shenandoah men embrace status as underdogs

Those within the Shenandoah University men's basketball program realize the uphill climb that they face when it comes to being more competitive in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference. They experienced that challenge last season. comments

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Keeler: JMU hoops programs in good shape

James Madison University kicks off its men's and women's basketball seasons tonight, and both programs have reason to feel good about where they are at. comments

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Keeler: High hopes for U.Va. basketball

While last weekend resulted in another disappointing loss for the University of Virginia's football team there is something to look forward to for U.Va. fans - men's basketball season is just around the corner. comments

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Keeler: Cavaliers hitting new lows

I didn't expect much from the University of Virginia's football team this season. After the way things have went the past couple years, could anybody really? However, last weekend things may have hit a new low for the Cavaliers. comments

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Dukes overcome weather, 49ers

HARRISONBURG -- With the conditions a little sloppy, JMU's offense played like it at times. comments

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JMU roundup: Dukes top Liberty in regular-season finale

HARRISONBURG - Freshman starter J.T. Root tossed five scoreless innings while junior Tyler Gregory and senior Casey Goss each homered with a combined nine RBIs as James Madison topped Liberty 13-4 in its final regular season home game at Eagle Field at Veterans Memorial Park on Tuesday. comments

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SU roundup: Hornets stay alive in ODAC softball tournament

SALEM -- The Shenandoah University softball team won its first-ever ODAC Tournament contest Friday afternoon with an 8-0 win over Randolph. comments

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SU roundup: Hornets split with Farmingdale

FARMINGDALE, N.Y. - No. 25/25 Shenandoah University completed its regular season baseball slate by Sunday splitting a non-league doubleheader at Farmingdale (N.Y.) State. comments

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JMU roundup: Dukes advance in WNIT

HARRISONBURG -- The James Madison University women's basketball team topped North Carolina State 72-66 in the second round of the Women's National Invitation Tournament Sunday afternoon at the JMU Convocation Center. comments

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SU men's, women's cross country teams finish in top seven

SALISBURY, Md. -- The Shenandoah University men's and women's cross country teams posted a pair of top seven finishes Saturday at the Don Cathcart Invitational hosted by Salisbury University. comments

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Shenandoah roundup: Hornets climb golf standings

NORFOLK -- Shenandoah University improved by 16 strokes to help itself finish seventh at the Virginia Wesleyan Golf Invitational Sunday afternoon. comments

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Shenandoah roundup: Van Sickler pitches SU to win

WINCHESTER -- No. 4/6 Shenandoah University ran its season-opening winning streak to 10 games Friday afternoon with a 15-0 USA South Conference victory over N.C. Wesleyan. comments

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Nations: Non-BCS programs automatic also-rans

This will not be yet another BCS-bashing diatribe. There will be no elegant playoff solutions here. That doesn't mean wishful thinking is off-limits, though. After all, it is the holiday season. TCU got a big present on Monday, when the school's board of trustees voted unanimously to accept an invitation to join the Big East Conference in all sports starting in the 2012-13 school year ... or rather, football season since this move is purely, completely and transparently 100 percent about football. comments

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