Welcome to the Holy Cross Newsstand, a daily listing with links to stories from around the country on the Crusaders. Here are the stories from January of 2010.
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Passion For The Game Hasn't Left
By Dom Amore * January 29, 2010 * Hartford Courant
"This is how I got into coaching. We were playing Philadelphia, and I dove for a loose ball. I didn't get to play that many minutes. And Wilt Chamberlain picked up both me and the ball. That's where I said to myself, I better get into something else." — George Blaney
Remembering Waltham football legend Frank
By Scott Souza * January 25, 2010 * Walthan Daily News
Frank Gaziano moved away after his days as a standout Waltham High football player in the 1930s and accomplished great things as a businessman, a writer and a philanthropist. But he never forgot the neighborhood in which he grew up, and the school he starred for during all four years of his high school career. . .
Blaney not your average
January 22, 2010 * David Borges * New Haven Register
Losing 816 career wins and a Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame inductee from the sidelines is hardly a good thing for the UConn men’s basketball team. But temporarily replacing him with 459 career wins and, well, a New England Basketball Hall of Fame member isn’t the worst alternative. . .
Salem sports agent has signed Holy Cross QB
January 15, 2010 * By Jean DePlacido * Salem News
Agent Sean Stellato of Salem has signed Holy Cross quarterback Dominic Randolph and expects the All-American to be chosen in one of the later rounds of this year's NFL Draft. "He has a legitimate shot at the pros," said Stellato. . .
CBB Interview with Greg DiCenzo
January 7, 2010 * By Brian Foley * College Baseball Blog
The College Baseball Blog continues our series of interviews with coaches from around the country today with Holy Cross head coach Greg DiCenzo. He is entering his third season with the Crusaders bringing them to the Patriot League tournament and winning over 20 games in each of the past two seasons. The 20 victories in a season was the first time the Crusaders had reached that plateau in back to back seasons since 1922-1923. . .