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Richmond’s T.J. Cline sets focus on NCAA Tournament bid

T.J. Cline says his career at Richmond will be defined by whether he can lead the Spiders to an NCAA Tournament bid. The 6-foot-9 forward says being the Atlantic 10 player of the year is an honor but he would readily swap it for a bid. But for the son of Nancy Lieberman and his teammates the third-seeded Spiders will likely need to win their conference tourney to play in the school’s first NCAA Tournament since 2011.

Eastern Washington defense thrives under next-man-up philosophy

Eastern’s defense has taken its lumps at times, but losing starters throughout the season has increased the Eagles’ depth. A season of injury woes culminated in a shut out performance against Richmond on Saturday – Eastern’s first shutout since blanking Northern Colorado 16-0 in 2009.

Eagles move past Nevada distraction, focus on FCS quarterfinal

The news broke late Wednesday night that the Wolf Pack has selected Arizona State assistant Jay Norvell, and many Eastern fans awoke to the news with mixed emotions: relief that the Eagles’ highly successful coach will stick around; disappointment that Baldwin missed out on another chance to move to the big-school ranks.