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  • Terps' Lexie Brown 3rd-team All-American

    Maryland sophomore guard Lexie Brown was named to the Associated Press All-America third team Tuesday. She averages 13.4 points per game and leads the Final Four-bound team in assists (4.5) and steals (2.2) per game. She also leads the Terps with 67 3-...
  • ODU bows out in NIT semifinals, losing 67-60 to Stanford

    ODU bows out in NIT semifinals, losing 67-60 to Stanford
    NEW YORK -- Old Dominion couldn't match the drama of its buzzer-beating win against Murray State, losing 67-60 late Tuesday night to Stanford in a National Invitation Tournament semifinal at Madison Square Garden. ODU started sluggishly as Stanford...
  • Auriemma: UConn Women are 'Not invincible, Not unbeatable'

    Auriemma: UConn Women are 'Not invincible, Not unbeatable'
    The last time UConn and Maryland faced off in women's basketball, the Huskies were shorthanded and limping. It was the third game of the 2013-14 season and UConn was without Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis and Morgan Tuck, both sidelined with injuries. With nine...
  • In surprise (and foolish) decision, NCAA moves Final Four to Annapolis

    In surprise (and foolish) decision, NCAA moves Final Four to Annapolis
    The NCAA really fooled 'em this time. Inspired by the recent Capital One commercial in which former NBA star Charles Barkley had difficulty distinguishing between "Indianapolis" and "In the Annapolis," the college sports governing body has decided to...
  • Undefeated Kentucky reminiscent of unbeaten UNLV in 1991

    Undefeated Kentucky reminiscent of unbeaten UNLV in 1991
    John Calipari has hair and does not chew on towels, and none of his players is likely to appear as Grandmama in a shoe company pitch. Otherwise, the parallels between Kentucky 2015 and Nevada-Las Vegas 1991 are striking. Calipari's Kentucky squad is the...
  • Sideline Chatter: Global warming everywhere as Cubbies' odds getting hotter

    It'll be a cold day in hell when the Cubs win the World Series, you say? Would you settle for a warm day in Antarctica instead? The South Pole continent registered its highest temperature in recorded history 63 degrees last week. And the latest odds...
  • Wisconsin's to-do list has one last check remaining

    MADISON, Wis. The script Bo Ryan's players penned collectively so many months ago has reached the final chapter, just as they expected. Big Ten regular season title? Check. Big Ten tournament title? Check. Second consecutive Final Four appearance?...
  • Decisions ahead for NCAA family travel program

    Getting to the Final Four won't be as costly for the parents of many players this week, thanks to an NCAA pilot program that is helping pay for families of athletes to travel and see their sons and daughters play in the biggest college basketball games of...
  • If It's April, UConn And Mosqueda-Lewis Must Be In Final Four

    If It's April, UConn And Mosqueda-Lewis Must Be In Final Four
    ALBANY — There has been one constant during Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis' four seasons on the UConn basketball team. Four springs, four trips to the biggest stage in college basketball. Once again, Mosqueda-Lewis and the Huskies are heading to the...
  • UM holds off Temple, advances to NIT title game

    UM holds off Temple, advances to NIT title game
    Miami had plenty of reasons to fold. Starting point guard and playmaker Angel Rodriguez didn’t play due to a lingering wrist injury. Soon after Tonye Jekiri showed signs he could dominate the paint, he took an elbow to the head and was...
  • Justise Winslow has become more than just Duke's other freshman

    Justise Winslow has become more than just Duke's other freshman
    Three days after his 19th birthday, Justise Winslow climbed a ladder, snipped a piece of basketball net and wiggled it loose. If there was ever a time to be animated, to let loose a little, it was now. Here in his hometown, Winslow had helped Duke...