The latest installment of Doug Doughty’s college sports notebook.
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.
From bad to worse
A bus breakdown and lightning plague Roanoke College-Shenandoah lacrosse match. More in this college sports round-up.
Family tree hard to miss at Roanoke College
Son follows in father’s footsteps. Next year, two of them will.
German football player at North Cross gets Tech offer
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Roanoke ref worked the NCAA Final Four
Roger Ayers was sent home from 2021 tournament with covid but got to work this year’s Final Four, including Coach K’s final game.
Roanoke basketball great George Lynch talks about how game has changed
Former NBA star says college recruits make demands that they didn’t in his day.
‘When she sings, it’s like the voice of God’
Marisa Sifontes has made an unusual journey from lawyer to the pulpit. She once sang with Grammy winner John Legend.