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SPORTS
October 20, 2012
Saturday at 3:30 p.m., the Georgia Dome, Atlanta. Records: Villanova, 5-2 overall, 3-1, Colonial Athletic Association; Georgia State, 1-6, 1-3. Radio: ESPN-950(AM). Coaches: Andy Talley(28th season, 195-118-1; 223-136-2 overall); Georgia State, Bill Curry, third season, 10-19; 93-124-4 overall). Series: This is the first meeting. Three Things to Watch Villanova is averaging 258.6 yards rushing per game, led by Kevin Monangai's 661 yards, 5.6 average, and 8 TDs. Georgia State is allowing 212.7 yards rushing per game so look for the Wildcats to continue to prosper on the ground.
SPORTS
October 7, 2012
November 9   at Kent State   7 15   Illinois State   7 17   at Penn   4 Anaheim (Calif.) Classic 22   St. Mary's   4:30 23   Xavier or Pacific   3:30       or 6 25   Georgia Tech, Cal, Rice or Drake   TBA December 1   Rider   noon 4   at Tennessee St.   TBA 8   at Princeton   2 16   at Fairfield   4 22   Davidson   8 31   St. Joseph's   4 January 2   at Georgia State   7 5   Towson   4 8   Northeastern   7 12   at James Madison   4    19   at William & Mary   2 23   at Hofstra   7 26   Georgia State   noon 28   Delaware   7 31   at George Mason   7 February 2   at Northeastern   6 7   Old Dominion   7 10   James Madison   7 14   George Mason   7 18   Hofstra   7 21   at Delaware   7 23   at Towson   noon 28   at Old Dominion*   7 March 2   UNC Wilmington   7 9-11   CAA Championship Richmond, Va.
SPORTS
July 27, 2012 | Daily News Staff Report
CAA PRESEASON POLL (First place votes in parentheses) 1. Towson (12) 2. ODU (7) 3. JMU (1) 4. New Hampshire (2) 5. Delaware 6. Maine 7. William & Mary 8. Villanova 9. Richmond 10. Rhode Island 11. Georgia State
SPORTS
April 10, 2012
GEORGIA STATE is leaving the Colonial Athletic Association for the Sun Belt Conference, school officials announced Monday. The school will begin playing a conference schedule for the 2013-14 academic year. Villanova and Delaware are in the CAA for football; Drexel and Delaware play CAA basketball. Georgia State has been a CAA member since 2005, although it did not have an active football program until 2010. The team will join CAA football for 2012, in what will turn out to be its only season.
SPORTS
March 4, 2012 | STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS
Drexel will be facing a formidable task when the Dragons meet two-time defending Colonial Athletic Association Tournament champion Old Dominion in Sunday's 2 p.m. semifinal at the Richmond Coliseum in Virginia. Fourth-seeded ODU (20-12) advanced with an 88-74 quarterfinal win over fifth-seeded Delaware, which entered the tournament with a nine-game winning streak. Leading, 47-42, at halftime, ODU began the second half on a 13-4 run to take control. Kent Bazemore had 24 points to lead the Monarchs.
SPORTS
March 2, 2012
VILLANOVA, WHICH has just about everything back from the young team that struggled to a 2-9 record in 2011, once again will open its season against Temple in the fourth annual (and last scheduled) Mayor's Cup meeting at Lincoln Financial Field on Aug. 31. The Wildcats will play their home opener a week later against Fordham, and their first Colonial Athletic Association game on Sept. 15 against Rhode Island. Richmond (Oct. 6), Towson (Oct. 27) and James Madison (Nov. 10)
NEWS
January 25, 2012 | By Aaron Bracy, FOR THE INQUIRER
It is a scary combination for opponents. A balanced team with weapons inside and out, Drexel can beat you in many ways on offense. And, defensively, the lock-down Dragons boast not just the stingiest unit in the Colonial Athletic Association but one of the best defenses in the country. Drexel put it all on display on Wednesday night at the Daskalakis Athletic Center, impressively brushing aside Georgia State, 68-46, to win its eighth straight game and 12th in a row at home, including all nine this season.
SPORTS
January 25, 2012 | By Joe Juliano, Inquirer Staff Writer
1. Missing ingredient While his strong nucleus of guards gets all the attention, La Salle coach John Giannini is touting the improved play of his freshmen big men, Jerrell Wright and Steve Zack. "We think we have a potentially great starting forward/center combination moving ahead into future years," Giannini said. "It's hard for big young guys to make the adjustment [from high school]. They're just going to keep getting better. This is a missing ingredient for us being a high-level team, but I don't think it will be missing for long.
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