Two Home Matches on Deck this Weekend for Alabama Men’s Tennis

sportTwo Home Matches on Deck this Weekend for Alabama Men’s Tennis
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – The Alabama men’s tennis team (12-8, 3-3 SEC) will close out the month of March with a pair of home matches at the Alabama Tennis Stadium. The Crimson Tide welcomes Auburn (9-7, 1-4 SEC) to town on Friday at 5 p.m. CT and No.

Advantage WTA: Why women’s tennis really should thank Federer and Nadal
At the risk of ruffling many a feather, I can’t help but put forth my opinion as honestly and logically as I possibly can. I’m a die-hard tennis fan; have been since I could barely see over the net as a skinny five-year-old. I’ve played and coached the …
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Boys Tennis: Wolverines fall to Flyers
After losing last week at WHHS, the Flyers pulled out a 3-2 victory over the Wolverines at FCHS. “We had two guys who just joined the team that day who had never played before,” FCHS coach David Fields said about his team’s loss at Western Hills March 17.


New York native Cody Radziewicz of Johns Hopkins men’s lacrosse eager to play

sportNew York native Cody Radziewicz of Johns Hopkins men’s lacrosse eager to play But the Johns Hopkins junior midfielder said the Blue Jays were his first choice for lacrosse. “My first-ever sweatshirt was actually a Johns Hopkins hoodie,” Radziewicz said Tuesday. “I’ve always rooted for Johns Hopkins. When I lived in Syracuse, I’d … Read more on Baltimore Sun (blog)

Lions bear Tiger’s attack, execute diverse offense in win 7 Princeton (4-2) at Penn State Lacrosse Field. Lazo finished with seven of the team’s eight assists, while Cyr pocketed the eighth and also led the way with six goals. The duo lead the team in those respective categories, with Lazo’s 14 assists and … Read more on The Daily Collegian Online

Tyler Robertson’s hat-trick nets Curtis boys’ victory in PSAL lacrosse opener Tyler Robertson found the back of the net three times and added an assist in the Curtis boys’ lacrosse team’s season-opening 8-3 PSAL win over visiting New Dorp on Wednesday. Zak Elhathat netted a goal and a pair of assists in the win, while Ryan … Read more on

Men’s Beach Volleyball

sportMen’s Beach Volleyball
Santa Barbara’s Jeremy Casebeer and Theo Brunner were recognized for their play on the AVP Pro Beach Volleyball Tour with year-end awards. Casebeer was named the tour’s Most Improved Player in 2014, while Brunner earned the Best Blocker Award for …
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Pro beach volleyball tour to visit Milwaukee this summer
A pro volleyball tournament will be visiting Milwaukee this summer for the first time since 1998. The Association of Volleyball Professionals, the premier professional beach volleyball tour in the U.S., is making Milwaukee one of its seven stops this …
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EVP Adirondack Coast Pro-AM Returns to Plattsburgh City Beach, July 25
The EVP Tour has been hosting beach volleyball events since 1994 and encourages all athletes and their family members to come out for “a great day at the beach” with Pro, Amateur, Coed and Juniors Series events. Teams may register for the tournaments …
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Men’s Water Polo Caps 3-1 Weekend with Exciting 15-11 Win Over Navy

sportMen’s Water Polo Caps 3-1 Weekend with Exciting 15-11 Win Over Navy
LEWISBURG, Pa. – Jeff Hagen scored four goals, Stefan Aleksic added three and Sean Daley registered five assists to lead the No. 13 Bucknell men’s water polo team to an exciting 15-11 win over Navy Sunday afternoon at Kinney Natatorium. The victory …
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High school roundup: Brunswick water polo team notches two wins; GHS water
The Brunswick School water polo team put two more convincing wins in the books, upending visiting Deerfield Academy and Loomis Chaffee School o n Saturday. The Bruins downed Deerfield, 10-4, then topped Loomis Chaffee, 13-6. Against Deerfield …
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Stanford men shoot past competition at water polo tournament
The third-ranked Stanford men’s water polo team totaled 37 goals in a pair of victories over No. 8 Long Beach State and Concordia to advance to the semifinals of the SoCal Invitational Saturday at Burns Aquatics Center on the campus of Loyola Marymount …
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Men’s tennis upsets No. 9 Ole Miss

sportMen’s tennis upsets No. 9 Ole Miss
On Thursday, the Crimson Tide was away at Arkansas. It trailed 3-0 until the men fought back to tie it 3-3. In the end, the Razorbacks won the final point leaving Alabama with a 4-3 loss. Saturday’s doubleheader was a different story for the team though.
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Goffin propels Belgium to 3-2 win over Switzerland
LIEGE, Belgium (AP) — David Goffin shook off a back injury to beat Adrien Bossel 6-4, 6-0, 6-4 and lead Belgium into the Davis Cup quarterfinals with a 3-2 win over defending champion Switzerland on Sunday. The 21st-ranked Goffin had withdrawn from …
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Tennis Players Who Will Rise in the Rankings Before the 2015 French Open
Over the next two months, the first five Masters Series events of 2015 will be contested. It’s a crucial time for players to gain rankings points and momentum. The hard courts of Indian Wells and Miami this month will be a battleground with valuable …
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ODU men’s basketball receives first ever national ranking

sportODU men’s basketball receives first ever national ranking
NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) – Even Athletics Director Wood Selig admitted he wasn’t ready for what he read on Monday. The Old Dominion men’s basketball program, 12-1 to start the season, received the no. 25 ranking by the Associated Press. It’s the first time …
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Cal basketball falls to Washington State 69-66
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AP Top 25 poll agrees: Seton Hall basketball is back
Seton Hall’s rise to prominence illustrates the egalitarian beauty of college basketball. After finishing 17-17 last year, the Pirates began the season ranked No. 6 in the Big East by the league’s coaches. Then, two weeks ago, ace freshman guard Isaiah …
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