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  • UCLA's Isaac Hamilton is more comfortable in his attire and on court

    UCLA's Isaac Hamilton is more comfortable in his attire and on court
    UCLA owns 11 national championships in men's basketball, and all but one were won by players wearing skimpy, thigh-revealing short shorts. It would stand to reason then, that as the Bruins advance on their charmed NCAA tournament run, Isaac Hamilton...
  • WFTV scores March ratings victories

    WFTV scores March ratings victories
    There may be March Madness in college basketball, but there was March familiarity in the ratings for Central Florida TV stations. WFTV-Channel 9 again claimed victory in most time slots. WFTV General Manager Shawn Bartelt cited strong results for...
  • NC State's backcourt best since 'Fire and Ice'

    Guards matter in March, even more in April. That's just how the NCAA tournament works. Connecticut's national title last year, on the efforts of guards Shabazz Napier and Ryan Boatright, was just the latest example. The Huskies won it three years before...
  • UConn's Stewart, Mosqueda-Lewis Finalists For Wade Trophy

    UConn's Stewart, Mosqueda-Lewis Finalists For Wade Trophy
    UConn women's stars Breanna Stewart and Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis are among 12 finalists for the Wade Trophy, given annually to the top Division I women's basketball player. Previous Huskies to win include Maya Moore (the only player to win three in a row),...
  • After painful hurdles, FSU's Leticia Romero grateful for chance to help Seminoles push for Final Four bid

    After painful hurdles, FSU's Leticia Romero grateful for chance to help Seminoles push for Final Four bid
    TALLAHASSEE — FSU women's basketball coach Sue Semrau has done this long enough to know that second chances do not come around very often. For Semrau, getting another shot at landing sensational point guard Leticia Romero seemed almost too good to...
  • How 'bout them 'Eers?

    As someone who has lived in the Baltimore-Washington region since 1981, I am sympathetic to the fact that no "local" teams are still alive in the NCAA men's basketball tournament with Virginia Commonwealth (which I'm not sure is even local), Georgetown,...
  • Nolan steps down after five seasons as Lafayette women's basketball coach

    Nolan steps down after five seasons as Lafayette women's basketball coach
    Lafayette women's basketball coach Dianne Nolan has announced her retirement after five seasons at Lafayette. She served as a head coach for 38 seasons at three schools in her coaching career. "Coach Nolan has made a significant impact on the lives of...
  • Cole Brothers, By Way Of Alaska, Have Trinity Chasing National Title

    Cole Brothers, By Way Of Alaska, Have Trinity Chasing National Title
    HARTFORD — In the family freezer back in Anchorage, Alaska, there are 50 pounds of caribou and 50 pounds of salmon. Brandon Cole hunted the caribou. Ryan Cole hooked the fish. That's what the Cole brothers do when they're 4,500 miles, or an 80-hour...
  • Connections: Rollins lacrosse player from Lake Highland leads nation in goals

    Connections: Rollins lacrosse player from Lake Highland leads nation in goals
    In the 22 years Dennis Short has been involved with lacrosse, Tyler Thomas sticks out among the best he has coached. "She is the best off-ball attacker I have coached," said Short, in his eighth season as the Winter Park college's women's coach. "She...
  • Elgin product Arie Williams plays in second straight NCAA tourney

    Former Elgin Maroons star Arie Williams went to Barry University only after Tampa withdrew its scholarship offer. Two years later, however, it's apparent the 3-point ace and former Courier-News Player of the Year caught a break after he helped the...
  • W&M again short of NCAA berth, but season a success

    W&M again short of NCAA berth, but season a success
    WILLIAMSBURG — Signs of progress in a basketball program can be measured in standard and non-traditional means. Win-loss record, individual player recognition, conference standing. William and Mary has those areas covered. But the uncommon...