It's a bit of a dead period in sports right now. Soon football will take center stage and baseball will get to what really matters - the playoffs. However, if you need your fix of some great professional athletes playing in the D.C. area, next week's Citi Open combined men's and women's professional tennis tournament could be the place for you.
BALTIMORE -- James Madison University's football team was picked to finish eighth by the Colonial Athletic Association's head coaches and football media relations personnel. The poll and preseason all-conference team was announced during Wednesday's CAA Football Media Day.
NEW ORLEANS -- Shenandoah University rising senior Jaclyn Mohlmann and the Hornets' women's track & field program have been honored by the USTFCCCA for academic achievement in selections announced Tuesday by the organization.
Brad Curl knows that making the transition from hitting off a pitching machine to facing live pitching can be a difficult transition for young baseball players. So he developed a way to help some children in Front Royal face that challenge head on.
NEW MARKET --New Market had an opportunity to make up some ground in a push to make the postseason on Friday when it hosted Aldie in a doubleheader. The Rebels weren't able to get a sweep, but they did rally in the second game to pull out a split at Rebel Park.
BASYE -- Hayden Miller first started going to Bryce Resort when he was 5 years old, and he remembers watching the ski instructors who were giving him lessons at the time and thinking how cool it would be to work on the slopes of Bryce Mountain.
FRONT ROYAL -- The Post 53 Front Royal American Legion baseball team rallied from a four-run deficit in the ninth inning to grab a 14-13 win over Leesburg Post 34 on Friday night at Bing Crosby Stadium.
Soccer has long been the world's most popular sport, and the game has seen a rising interest throughout the United States in recent years. Soccer is becoming so popular, in fact, that people have begun to find ways infuse aspects of the sport into other activities.