Union wins NCAA hockey title
PHILADELPHIA — Tiny Union College skated off with the biggest trophy in college hockey.
And the Dutchmen did it at the expense of two of the sport’s giants, toppling Minnesota for its first NCAA title after beating Boston College in the semifinals.
Watson wins second Masters
AUGUSTA, Ga. — One of golf’s most exciting players squeezed most of the drama out of the Masters on Sunday. That’s just fine with Bubba Watson.
All he cared about was slipping into that green jacket.
Gaming’s past becomes the present
‘RBI Baseball 14’ a trip down memory lane
I’ll be the first to admit that my gaming heyday was a long time ago. While I haven’t been left behind completely, my experiences with the most recent iterations of gaming console advances have been fairly limited.
Chase Elliot NASCAR’s next big star?
FORT WORTH, Texas — Bill Elliott rarely got rattled during his three-plus decades racing at NASCAR’s highest level. He worked hard, didn’t worry about what was going on around him, and did his talking on the track.
He was “Awesome Bill From Dawsonville” and fans idolized the way Elliott conducted himself both inside the car and out.
NCAA officials opposed to one-and-done
ARLINGTON, Texas — NCAA officials and Kentucky coach John Calipari at least agree on something: The one-and-done rule in college basketball needs to be revised.
NCAA president Mark Emmert said during his annual news conference Sunday that he is in “vocal opposition” to the rule established by the NBA and its union that requires players be at least one year removed from high school before declaring for the NBA draft.
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