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Kent Bazemore said it will probably hit him Saturday afternoon during warmups. Too much ahead, and definitely too much behind, to ponder the end of his career at Old Dominion. "I haven't really been reminiscing," Bazemore said earlier this week. "I...
WILLIAMSBURG — In early December, William and Mary opened Colonial Athletic Association play by losing to Georgia State. In Saturday's CAA regular-season finale, the Panthers downed the Tribe again. Similarities between the two games end there....
Brandon Britt channeled his emotions, turning a difficult day into an evening when he knew he made the most important man in his life proud. Six months after his father passed away, on what would have been Gerald Wayne Britt's 59th birthday, Brandon...
Certainly, Quinn McDowell preferred that some things turn out differently. More wins, a conference title or two, a triumphant senior year. As the college career winds down for one of the most selflessly productive players in the history of William and...
WILLIAMSBURG – After several years of offensive anguish at Kaplan Arena, Drexel coach Bruiser Flint figured the old barn owed him one. Or maybe he simply has a team that's increasingly cohesive at both ends of the floor. Patient and efficient on...
Daily PressWilliam and Mary coach Tony Shaver believes his team, as presently constructed, performs better in games following several days of practice than with quick turnarounds and brief preparation. Exhibits A and B are the two games against VCU, when the...
Daily PressWilliam and Mary coach Tony Shaver has said for weeks that Brandon Britt practices better than he plays, as the 6-1 guard has endured a mostly trying sophomore season. On Wednesday against VCU, Britt played as well as he's practiced. Britt finished...
Marcus Thornton saw an opening to the basket and attacked, unconcerned that Delaware's 6-foot-9 Jamelle Hagins slid over to challenge. William and Mary's 6-3 freshman guard elevated and, forearm level to the rim and cocked, intended to throw down the most...
NORFOLK – Best-case scenario for William and Mary against Old Dominion: take care of the ball; milk the shot clock; hit a bunch of 3-pointers; a Monarchs' shooting clang-fest that carries the game to the final minutes. What transpired at Saturday's...
Daily PressHours before his team faced CAA preseason favorite Drexel, William and Mary coach Tony Shaver planted a seed -- with a backhoe and a bullhorn -- for what was required to compete against the league's hottest team. "One of the keys to our game against...
William and Mary took out a season's worth of frustration on Northeastern on Saturday night, closing the first half on a 15-0 run and blowing past the Huskies 79-54 at Kaplan Arena. Brandon Britt scored 24 points and provided lockdown defense for the...
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