STORRS, Conn. - After Connecticut won the draw control to open the second overtime period, the Huskies' Lauren Kahn drove down the field and scored the game-winning man-down goal just 21 seconds into the extra time, securing the 14-13 win for the Huskies over No. 19 James Madison lacrosse on Sunday afternoon at the Sherman Sports Complex.
There's not much question that Central is the underdog when it plays against defending state champion Spotswood today at James Madison University's Convocation Center in the Class 3A girls basketball state semifinals. And that's just fine with the Falcons.
A few months after senior Ross Metheny wrapped up his college football career at the University of Southern Alabama, the former Sherando quarterback took the field with his eye on an opportunity to continue on to the next level.
Susan St. Amand treasures her horseback trips along the back trails of the George Washington National Forest, or traveling the meandering paths of Andy Guest State Park, even the flat meadow terrain and hardwoods mixed terrain of Blandy Experimental Farm.
DAYTON, Tenn. -- Shenandoah Valley Christian Academy's girls basketball team finished in third place in the National Association of Christian Athletes (NACA) Division 3 tournament with a 53-25 win over Central Christian (Ala.) on Friday evening.
NAPERVILLE, Ill. -- Junior Jaclyn Mohlmann has likely become Shenandoah University's first-ever indoor track national qualifier after posting a school record performance Thursday in the indoor pentathlon at the North Central Final Qualifier.
BALTIMORE -- Sophomore guards Charles Cooke and Andre Nation each represented James Madison with Third Team All-CAA honors as the Colonial Athletic Association held its postseason awards banquet Thursday at the Baltimore Inner Harbor Marriott on the eve of the 2014 CAA Championship at Baltimore Arena.
WOODSTOCK -- It doesn't take more than a split second for Rebecca Truban to answer one of the easiest questions she could ever answer. Asked what she loves about basketball, the Central senior breaks into an immediate smile and says defense.
The Front Royal Flames' varsity boys basketball team expected to take its lumps throughout this season, and its youth probably showed down the stretch in some close losses during the regular season. But it will have a chance this weekend to possibly avenge some of those nail-biting losses.
DAYTON, Tenn. -- Shenandoah Valley Christian Academy's girls basketball team advanced to the Division 3 semifinals of the National Association of Christian Athletes (NACA) tournament with a 54-24 victory over TEACH (N.C.) in pool play on Wednesday.