19-year-old NASCAR driver Chase Elliott goes one-on-one with Brian Parsons.
The Monarchs’ postseason stays alive after a 50-49 win over Illinois State.
Head coach Jeff Jones says he’s not sure whether or not his leading scorer will be ready to go against Illinois State on Monday night.
Former William & Mary and NFL All-Pro Darren Sharper has pleaded guilty to sexual assault and attempted sexual assault in a plea deal.
Kurt Busch seemed to have the fastest car, Kevin Harvick held a late lead, but it’s Keselowski on to victory lane.
A poor shooting day has the Cavaliers headed home for the offseason.
The first no. 1 seed of the NCAA Tournament has been ousted, thanks to North Carolina State.
The Marlins reflect on their tournament run, falling two games shy of a national championship.
Virginia Wesleyan’s bid for another national title came up short on Friday when the Marlins lost in the Division III national semifinals.
Number 2 seed U.Va. hangs on to beat No. 15 Belmont 79 to 67 to advance to the round of 32–next up Michigan State.
Rape charges have been filed in Las Vegas against former NFL safety Darren Sharper, who already faces sexual assault charges in LA, New Orle…
Fear the Fish. The Virginia Wesleyan basketball team is back in the Division III final four and the Sportswrap will be there with exclusive …
Hampton University’s season ended late Thursday when the Pirates lost to No. 1 Kentucky 79-56.
Tre McBride is one of a handful of former Tribe players trying to prove they can play on Sundays.
The ODU Lady Monarchs won their WNIT opening round game by defeating Virginia 69-62.
Old Dominion rallied past Charleston Southern 65-56 in the opening round of the NIT.
Before winning a trip to the Division III Final Four on Saturday, Greg Montgomery lost someone near and dear to his heart.
Marquel Curtis scored a career-high 21 points and Tulsa held off William & Mary 70-67 on Tuesday in the first round of the NIT.
Old Dominion is off to the national tournament with seven qualifiers hoping to bring back All-America status.
The Hampton Pirates continued their remarkable run to the NCAA Tournament with just their second tournament win in school history.
Rather than feel sorry for themselves, the Monarchs are thrilled to still be playing basketball in the National Invitational Tournament.