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The Bobcats defeated Penn State Harrisburg by a score of 76-72. (TBL/James Kirk).

The Frostburg State University (FSU) men’s basketball team has started the 2017-2018 season with an impressive string of exciting victories against both non-conference and Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) opponents.  Entering the season, longtime Bobcats basketball coach Webb Hatch announced his retirement at the conclusion of the season, adding extra significance

FSU Women’s basketball moves to 2-2 in CAC conference play and 6-4 overall following their win this past Saturday against St. Mary’s, 70-56. The Bobcats rebounded from two losses earlier in the week with this victory before heading into a bit of a break. Frostburg dominated the majority of the

Bobcat women’s soccer player senior midfielder Melanie Bell earned Scholar All-Region honors. This past Friday, Bell was named to the 2017 United Soccer Coaches NCAA Division III Women’s Scholar All-Region Second Team. Bell has achieved a 4.0 GPA in every semester here at Frostburg, as she pursues a law and

Junior running back Jamaal Morant scores a rushing touchdown early in FSU's 46-23 victory over W&J. (TBL/James Kirk).

In another matchup against one of the most successful football programs in NCAA Division III, Frostburg State University (FSU) football rode strong defense and a balanced offense to a 46-23 victory over Washington and Jefferson University (W&J). This second round game of the NCAA Division III football playoffs was played

Christian DiPaola brings in a pass from Cox to bring the score to 28-10.

After a stunning 35-7 upset over Wittenberg in the first round, as well as a dominating 46-27 victory at Washington & Jefferson in the second round, No. 15 Frostburg State’s (11-2) season ended Saturday afternoon in a crushing 70-37 blowout in the hands of No. 2 Mount Union (13-0). Despite

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The Bobcat women’s basketball team defeated Eastern Mennonite University, 81-67 this past Tuesday. Frostburg rallied behind 13 three-pointers as senior Adjowa Pinkrah and sophomore Sydney Stotler opened the game with layups and sophomore Victoria Diggs connected on her first three-pointer giving the Bobcats as 7-4 lead in the opening two

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In a NFL week seven rematch of last season's Super Bowl, Tom Brady and the New England Patriots beat the Atlanta Flacons. (Flickr/Keith Allison).

NFL weeks six and seven contained more exciting finishes and season-ending injuries, adding to an already captivating and exciting football season. In week six, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers went down with a broken collarbone after getting sacked by Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr in a game Minnesota won 23-10. Rodgers is

Blake Bortles and the Jags are off to a surprisingly fast start. (Keith Allison/Flickr).

Weeks 4-5 of the NFL season were filled with more exciting games, devastating season-ending injuries, and surprisingly good (and bad) teams. In Week 4, the 3-0 Chiefs hosted the 2-1 Redskins on Monday Night Football. With the score 20-17 Kansas City, Washington came so close to beating the last undefeated

Tony Allen during his time with the Boston Celtics (Keith Allison/Flickr)

This story originally appeared in Sideline Sports Report. Signing Tony Allen won’t ease up speculation of Anthony Davis possibly leaving New Orleans in the future, or put the final touch on a roster that has a plethora of holes to fill. But his intangibles and defensive prowess should help the Pelicans this season. “I was pretty skeptical at

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