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W-L basketball team prepared to begin season

A basketball season with much anticipation, promise and excitement for the Washington-Liberty Generals took a different turn to become a campaign with added incentive and purpose following a recent tragic traffic accident. That accident took the life of returning Washington-Liberty Generals senior point guard Braylon Meade, one of the most...
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Record-Herald

Lady Lions fall to Cavs in home opener

The Washington Lady Lions hosted the Lady Cavaliers of Chillicothe on Saturday, Nov. 26 for their first home and conference game of the season. The first quarter was very tight, with Chillicothe holding on to a 14-13 lead at the end of one. The second quarter was a different story,...
CHILLICOTHE, OH
WTOP

Georgetown hosts Batcho and Texas Tech

Georgetown Hoyas (4-3) at Texas Tech Red Raiders (4-2) BOTTOM LINE: Texas Tech plays the Georgetown Hoyas after Daniel Batcho scored 21 points in Texas Tech’s 80-73 loss to the Ohio State Buckeyes. The Red Raiders have gone 3-0 in home games. Texas Tech is fifth in the Big...
LUBBOCK, TX
News Channel Nebraska

Former Husker, Howard University coach to speak at Hastings College

HASTINGS, NE - Howard University head softball coach Victoria “Tori” Tyson will share her riveting story and her mission to open doors to inner-city youth and build a climate of equity and inclusivity in a talk at Hastings College at 4:00 p.m. on Monday, December 5 in French Memorial Chapel. The talk is free and open to the public.
WASHINGTON, DC
hubison.com

Howard Women Lose in Consolation Bracket

Miami, FL (November 27, 2022) - Brooklynn Fort-Davis scored a team-high 12 points and Destiny Howell added 11 but Howard University had no answers for Drake as it fell, 97-60, in the consolation game of the FIU Thanksgiving Invitational at the Ocean Bank Convocation Center. A senior forward, Fort-Davis finished...
WASHINGTON, DC
lincolnparishjournal.com

Walker, Roberson lead Techsters to win

Louisiana Tech women’s basketball team responded in a big way Sunday to take the third-place game in the UNLV Thanksgiving Tournament with a 71-52 win over George Washington behind Keiunna Walker’s game-high 20 points, which included a 12-13 day from the line. Anna Larr Roberson nearly picked up...
RUSTON, LA
testudotimes.com

MM 11.28: Maryland field hockey’s Hope Rose named to 2022 Pan American Elite Team

Maryland field hockey star Hope Rose received another huge honor over the weekend. Rose was named to the 2022 Pan American Elite Team, which the organization announced Friday. Released every two years since 2007, The Pan American Hockey Federation releases a team to recognize the best field hockey players in the Americas. This year, Rose was one of 16 women — and one of three Team USA members — to earn the distinction.
COLLEGE PARK, MD

Madison wins third straight region title

VIENNA, Va. (DC News Now) — On Saturday, the Madison Warhawks won their third straight 6D Region title, defeating Centreville 22-7. After starting the season 0-3, Madison is now 10-3, and will take on unbeaten Fairfax in the VHSL Class 6 state semifinals.
VIENNA, VA

Fairfax wins second ever region title

FAIRFAX, Va (DC News Now) — For the first time since 1994, Fairfax football bought home a region title. The Lions defeat the returning three-time 6C region champs South County 30-14, claiming their second region title in program history.
FAIRFAX, VA
pressboxonline.com

Maryland Men’s Basketball Ranked No. 22 In Latest AP Top 25 Poll

The Maryland men’s basketball team remains in the Associated Press top-25 poll after breaking through last week, checking in at No. 22 this time around. The Terps defeated Coppin State, 95-79, on Nov. 25 in Juan Dixon’s first game as a head coach in College Park. Dixon, the all-time leading scorer in Maryland history, is in his sixth season as the head man at Coppin.
COLLEGE PARK, MD
testudotimes.com

No. 23 Maryland men’s basketball at Louisville preview

Maryland men’s basketball is 6-0 and ranked No. 23 in the AP poll — with the potential for that number to rise Monday — heading into its first true road game of the season in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge. The Terps’ opponent this season is Louisville, a usual winning program that has fallen on hard times.
COLLEGE PARK, MD