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  • Loyd, Zahui B. Leaving Early Changes Thursday's WNBA Draft

    Loyd, Zahui B. Leaving Early Changes Thursday's WNBA Draft
    Two factors insulate women's college basketball from the yearly upheaval disrupting the men's game, a reality played out again when seven players from Kentucky's Final Four team decided to leave before their time and apply for the NBA Draft. One is...
  • Lauren Hill remembered for her courage, resolve at memorial service

    Lauren Hill remembered for her courage, resolve at memorial service
    Lauren Hill was remembered as a friend, a teammate and a hero during her memorial service Monday in the same arena she made her first -- and final -- layups as a freshman for Mount St. Joseph. An estimated 10,000 people attended the service at Xavier...
  • Lauren Hill remembered at arena where she made her layup

    Lauren Hill's gray, metal casket was wheeled into the 10,000-seat basketball arena and placed at the spot where she made her first basket only five months ago. No more perfect place to remember her. The 19-year-old college basketball player was...
  • UConn women return with another national championship

    An enthusiastic group of fans greeted the UConn women's basketball team on April 8, when they returned to campus after their third consecutive NCAA championship win. This is the tenth championship overall for the UConn women. The Huskies beat Notre Dame...
  • Virginia's Justin Anderson decides to bypass his senior season and prepare for the NBA draft

    Virginia's Justin Anderson decides to bypass his senior season and prepare for the NBA draft
    After three seasons at Virginia that featured two NCAA tournament appearances, two outright Atlantic Coast Conference regular season titles and an ACC tournament title, Justin Anderson has decided he's ready for a bigger challenge. His next move will be...
  • Benet Academy to retire Frank Kaminsky's jersey

    Benet Academy to retire Frank Kaminsky's jersey
    Thursday will be Frank Kaminsky Day in Lisle. In addition to the Lisle mayor proclaiming April 16 in his honor, the 2011 Benet Academy alumnus and basketball player will be recognized by his alma mater for his accomplishments after high school. The...
  • Terps-Michigan football game to be in prime time Oct. 3

    Maryland's Oct. 3 home game against Michigan is set for a prime-time kickoff and will be carried live on the Big Ten Network, the conference announced Monday. The kickoff time will be announced at a later date, as will times and TV information for the...
  • Mamadou Ndiaye, UC Irvine's 7-6 center, will forgo NBA draft

    Mamadou Ndiaye, UC Irvine's 7-6 center, will forgo NBA draft
    Mamadou Ndiaye, UC Irvine’s 7-6 center, announced he will not declare for the NBA draft, school officials announced. Ndiaye, the tallest player in college basketball, help push the Anteaters to the NCAA tournament for the first time in school...
  • San Diego wants to host Navy-Notre Dame football

    San Diego wants to host Navy-Notre Dame football
    The group that puts on the Holiday and Poinsettia Bowls wants Navy to return to San Diego, this time with Notre Dame as its opponent. The San Diego Bowl Game Association is in preliminary talks with Navy to move its home game against Notre Dame to...
  • Top college cager Kaminsky to be honored in Lisle

    College basketball great Frank Kaminsky will have his high-school jersey number retired Thursday in Lisle (LYL'). The Naperville Sun reports (http://trib.in/1DeKyTY ) the 7-foot Wisconsin center will be honored at Benet Academy, where he played from 2007...
  • A closer look at the factors in Damion Lee's transfer decision

    On Sunday, Drexel transfer Damion Lee (Calvert Hall) announced that he had cut his list of schools that he is still considering to five: Arizona, Gonzaga, Louisville, Marquette and Maryland. Lee said there will be a number of factors to consider. Here...