Notre Dame’s Kevin Corrigan, the longest tenured Division I men’s lacrosse coach in the country, has Virginia roots.
Doug Doughty has been writing for more than 50 years starting as a high school student in Washington, D.C., through his undergraduate years at the University of Virginia, and 47 years at the Roanoke Times where he mostly covered sports with occasional features on non-sports stories he uncovered along the way. He is a member of the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame and the Roanoke Valley Golf Hall of Fame in recognition of his media career. Doug can be heard on the Greg Roberts Show on WFIR-960 AM every Thursday afternoon and readers can still enjoy his weekly College Notebook, published every week for more than 45 years, on his Facebook page.
Salem’s Bob Rotanz says Hall of Fame induction came as a surprise
The former Roanoke College lacrosse star was among those recently inducted into the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame.
Future pro golf stars will be in Roanoke this weekend
The annual Scott Robertson Memorial golf tournament draws some of best young golfers in North America.
As a doctor, Bobby Stokes treated his former coach
The late University of Virginia men’s basketball coach Terry Holland was a patient of one of his former players.
Roanoke Valley Golf Hall of Fame adds two honorees
Darrell Craft and Matt Chandler will be inducted later this year.
Former Roanoke football star gets invite to New Orleans Saints training camp
Also: Former Martinsville, W&L star Cartright dies. Salem running back rated a top prospect. Former Lord Botetourt star golfer is now a star coach.
Former Final Four star Luke Hancock returns to Roanoke to talk basketball
Former Hidden Valley High School and Louisville star talks how how he was originally so bad at the sport he almost gave up.
Virginia Tech, Virginia and Radford pick up basketball transfers
Two back-up quarterbacks at Virginia Tech also enter the transfer portal.
Virginia Sports Hall of Fame inducts its newest members
They include Shawn Moore, DeAngelo Hall, Ryan Zimmerman, Bob Rotanz and Jimmye Laycock.
The transfer portal keeps turning
Who’s going where among college basketball teams. Plus, college baseball and softball news.