Before he heads into his tenth NFL season, Antoine Bethea wanted his community to have a little July 4th fun.
Tides pitcher Mike Wright pitched well in a rain-shortened game on Friday, and he’s hoping to be back in Baltimore.
William and Mary soccer coach John Daly will be cheering on his former player at the World Cup, United States head coach Jill Ellis.
Shane Van Boening from Rapid City South Dakota is the 3-time defending champion of the U.S. 9- Ball Championship.
The all-time leading scorer in William and Mary history is set for his next chapter in the NBA.
The Americans shut down the highest-scoring attack in the World Cup and now have a chance to win their first World Cup title since 1999.
For the second time in three days, the Tides celebrate a dramatic win.
The Tides took a tie game into the seventh inning before the Knights capitalized on relief pitcher Jorge Rondon’s off night.
After months of recovering from a broken leg, Kyle Busch could celebrate in Victory Lane again.
The Tides gave up a 4-0 lead, but ended up celebrating a walk-off win off the bat of first baseman Christian Walker.
Two member of the Atlanta Hawks and one from the world champion Golden State Warriors could be featured at Maury High School this summer.
Lashawn Merritt will head to the World Championships in Beijing, but in a somewhat shocking result, Francena McCorory will not.
After his no-hitter against the Pittsburgh Pirates, Max Scherzer returned with another winning performance against the Phillies.
Marcus Thornton, William & Mary’s all-time leading scorer, was selected by the Boston Celtics in the second round of the NBA draft.
The Virginia baseball defied the odds on way to its first College World Series.