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Led by an obsessive coach and loaded with international talent, the Trinity College squash team has not lost in almost 10 years, building the longest winning streak in college sports history
December 10, 2007 | John Garrity
IT WAS almost as rare a sight in Cambridge, Mass., as a pro-Bush rally: a sellout crowd (of 2,050) rushing the court at Harvard's Lavietes Pavilion after a basketball win. "It's amazing," forward Evan Harris said...
December 03, 2007 | Seth Davis
1 Louisville is in trouble. Senior center David Padgett (right) is out until at least late January with a fractured kneecap, and senior forward Juan Palacios is healing more slowly than expected from a knee cartilage...
April 23, 2007 | Sally Jenkins
Just two decades after Wounded Knee, the Carlisle Indian School transformed a plodding, brutal college sport into the fast, intricate game we know today
December 04, 2006 | Phil Taylor
Backyard Brawls? Civil Wars? As last week proved, annual games between college enemies are sports' greatest events--each able to define a season and cause 364 days of agony or ecstasy