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  • Wisconsin's Frank Kaminsky wins Wooden Award

    Wisconsin's Frank Kaminsky wins Wooden Award
    LOS ANGELES — Frank Kaminsky of national runner-up Wisconsin and Breanna Stewart of three-time national champion Connecticut won the John R. Wooden Award as national college basketball players of the year Friday night. They received their trophies...
  • 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...
  • Jahlil Okafor, Karl-Anthony Towns declare for 2015 NBA draft

    Jahlil Okafor, Karl-Anthony Towns declare for 2015 NBA draft
    On Thursday, Duke's Jahlil Okafor and Kentucky's Karl-Anthony Towns declared for the 2015 NBA draft. Okafor, the 19-year-old, 6-foot-11 center who helped the Blue Devils win the NCAA championship on Monday, averaged 17.3 points and 8.6 rebounds a game...
  • NCAA Tourney head says refs should have been more patient

    Dan Gavitt would like to college basketball referees to take more time to make the right calls, especially with a national championship at stake. Less than 48 hours after a crucial call helped Duke hold on for a 68-63 victory over Wisconsin on Monday...
  • 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...
  • Record 7 Kentucky basketball players will enter NBA draft

    Despite a Final Four loss to Wisconsin, Kentucky basketball's formula "succeed and proceed" continues to hum. The proceed part blossomed like never before as seven UK players announced Thursday they will enter this year's NBA draft. The seven freshmen...
  • 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...
  • Brian Wardle hopes to carry success to Bradley from UW-Green Bay

    Brian Wardle hopes to carry success to Bradley from UW-Green Bay
    Bradley hired Brian Wardle as its men's basketball head coach on March 27, five days after firing Geno Ford. The 35-year-old Willowbrook native is a 1997 graduate of Hinsdale Central and is the Red Devils' all-time leading scorer (1,632), while...
  • Regional Digest: Central Softball Players Honored By NEC

    Messina, Constantin Honored Senior Laura Messina and freshman Tori Constantin of the Central Connecticut softball team were named NEC pitcher of the week and NEC rookie of the week for the second consecutive week. Central has won 10 in a row and was 4-...
  • Connections: National basketball title thrills walk-on from Orangewood

    Connections: National basketball title thrills walk-on from Orangewood
    As a biochemistry and molecular biology major at Florida Southern in Lakeland, Alex McClanahan (Orangewood Christian) knows and understands a bunch of big words. But when describing his feelings about the Mocs winning the NCAA Division II national...
  • More has meant less for attendance at college basketball games

    More has meant less for attendance at college basketball games
    Various explanations have been offered for the decline in college basketball attendance for eight straight years, including lower scores because of an overemphasis on defense and half-court offense. Others think it's simply a matter of a saturated...