William & Mary Tribe

5th CAA I | 16-10
    • USA Today

      Women's Top 25 Capsules

      COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Kelsey Mitchell scored 31 points and No. 12 Ohio State used a sizzling start to upset second-ranked Maryland 98-87 on Monday night. Ohio State (24-5, 14-1 Big Ten) scored 35 points in the first 10 minutes on 14 for 18 shooting, led by nine at the half and held on as Maryland rallied in second half. The Terps were down by two at the start of the fourth quarter and were down by six with 1:29 left, but had to start fouling and couldn't make up the deficit. The loss was only the second for the Terps (26-2, 14-1) this season and their first in the Big Ten. Their last was a six-point setback to No. 1 UConn on Dec. 29. Shayla Cooper had 20 points nine rebounds, and Alexa Hart added

    • Softball Ace Terpstra Wondaal Headed to DePaul Hall of Fame
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      Softball Ace Terpstra Wondaal Headed to DePaul Hall of Fame

      Feb. 20, 2017 (DePaulBlueDemons.com will be posting feature stories on the DePaul Athletic Hall of Fame inductees from the class of 2017. The Hall of Fame ceremony takes place Saturday, Feb. 25 at McGrath-Phillips Arena.) CHICAGO - Softball star Nicole Terpstra Wondaal will be recognized on Feb. 25, as one of the cornerstone players of coach Eugene Lenti’s nationally renowned program with her induction into the DePaul Athletic Hall of Fame. As a senior in 1999, Wondaal was the Blue Demons ace, starring on a team that amassed a school-record 54 wins and advanced all the way to the Women’s College World Series. To better understand Wondaal’s dominance on the mound, scroll through DePaul’s all-time

    • UConn, Miss St, Baylor, Notre Dame top seeds in NCAA reveal
      Miami Herald

      UConn, Miss St, Baylor, Notre Dame top seeds in NCAA reveal

      After a week full of upsets, the NCAA women's basketball committee revealed its projected top 16 seeds for the final time before selection Monday. UConn, Mississippi State, Baylor and Notre Dame would be the top seeds if the season was over. It's the first time that the Irish are a No. 1 seed. "This whole thing is definitely subject to change between now and selection day," women's basketball committee chair Terry Gawlik said in a phone interview Monday. "There are not only a lot of games left, but also a lot of tournaments." Three of the teams in the top 16 were playing Monday night. Maryland, seeded at No. 7, played at Ohio State. Second-seed Baylor visited No. 6 seed Texas, which made the