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MBK: Barcikowski buzzer-beater nominated for GEICO Play of the Year

By Chris Mackowiak

Sports Editor

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It was the most anticipated match-up in the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) in the first half of the season. The Salisbury men’s basketball team slowly crept into the Top 10 nationally just before the match-up due to their best start in program history. 347 more words

Sports

Anerican Trend: From Regional Sprawl to Traditional Urban

From CNU Public Square:

When it comes to growth patterns, sprawling cities matter. The largest 25 are home to 20.7 million people—and they anchor metro regions with 53 million people, about one-sixth of the US population. 218 more words

Urban Planning

Girls Soccer: Loudoun County Junior Sabrina Gillis Makes Early Verbal to D3 Christopher Newport

By Chloe Adam
LoCoSports Staff Writer
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Leesburg (February 3, 2017) — Loudoun County High School junior Sabrina Gillis has made a commitment to continue her soccer career at Christopher Newport University starting in the 2018-2019 school year. 749 more words

Sports

CNU vs UMW Double Header

Mary Washington’s McKenzie Jenkins (10) grabs onto CNU’s Makeda Wright’s (2) arm during their game held at Christopher Newport University on Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2017. 33 more words

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Western Branch's Bly among 2017 inductees for Virginia Sports Hall of Fame

PORTSMOUTH, Va. (WAVY) — The Virginia Sports Hall of Fame on Wednesday announced its 2017 class of inductees.

Former Western Branch High School star Dre Bly is among seven who will be formally inducted in late April. 135 more words

Local News

Age in Place, Part II: Connect-ability

This post is building on the previous post – Age in Place – Increased focus of future design. Another key aspect to aging in place is to look beyond the actual building or space itself, and consider the larger context the living space is sitting in. 303 more words

Sustainable Living

Carter reaches 1,000 points in CNU's win over St. Mary's

NEWPORT NEWS (WAVY) – The first word Marcus Carter could think of was, “Blessing.” In Christopher Newport University’s 68-60 win over St. Mary’s on Wednesday evening, the junior from Williamsburg (Bruton High School) booked a double-double, 11 points and 11 rebounds, and secured his place in the CNU record books, reaching the 1,000-point plateau. 133 more words

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