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  • Valparaiso grad Stefanie Lang has 19 double-doubles for Olivet

    Olivet's Comets are streaking. And Stefanie Lang is shining on the basketball court. The 6-foot-4 senior from Valparaiso contributed 14 points and 14 rebounds as the Comets clinched the No. 4 seed in the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association...
  • U.Va. survives FSU, needs to get healthy, find a reliable shooter

     U.Va. survives FSU, needs to get healthy, find a reliable shooter
    CHARLOTTESVILLE — Maybe Virginia still earns a second consecutive ACC regular-season title and No. 1 NCAA seed. Perhaps the Cavaliers repeat as conference tournament champions and are hailed as the primary obstacle to what many believe is Kentucky's...
  • FLASHBACK: In 1955, Wilson's Cal Vogel ties Wilt Chamberlain's state scoring record

    A weekly look back at sports in the Lehigh Valley, in anniversaries of multiples of five years. February 23 1990—Michelle Marciniak goes over the 2,000-point plateau in her career, scoring 34 points in a 79-44 win over Northampton in the East...
  • Pac-12 basketball: Oregon upsets No. 9 Utah, 69-58

    Pac-12 basketball: Oregon upsets No. 9 Utah, 69-58
    Dillon Brooks scored 11 straight points for Oregon late in the second half and finished with 19 to help the Ducks beat No. 9 Utah, 69-58, on Sunday, in Eugene, Ore. Joseph Young added 14 points and Elgin Cook had 12 for the Ducks (20-8, 10-5 Pac-12)....
  • ODU rewards raucous crowd with rout of Louisiana Tech

     ODU rewards raucous crowd with rout of Louisiana Tech
    NORFOLK — Their home winning streak at a calendar year and counting, Old Dominion's Monarchs are accustomed to battering opponents at the Ted Constant Center. Indeed, this stretch includes a baker's dozen victories by double-figure margins. But...
  • Mid-major programs garnering attention in women's poll

    With a month left before the NCAA women's tournament, it's already been a great season for some mid-major programs. Now they hope to carry that success into March. Eight non-traditional powers have been in The Associated Press Top 25, including five this...
  • Versatile Hamilton Has Matured Rapidly

    Versatile Hamilton Has Matured Rapidly
    STORRS — The lob pass is an undeniable piece of art, and with Daniel Hamilton the first brushes were stroked at St. John Bosco High School in Bellflower, Calif. "Yeah, it started with my brother Isaac, every time I threw him the lob at high...
  • Dan K. Thomasson: Honoring a black college basketball player you've never heard of who changed the sport

    WASHINGTON As the NCAA's "March Madness" approaches, it should be of interest to the hundreds of black basketball players seeking the fame and fortune of making the "big dance" and those youngsters who aspire to be there one day to note the name,...
  • Huskies Take Control In Final Minutes, Avoid Upset

    Huskies Take Control In Final Minutes, Avoid Upset
    STORRS — UConn was in another struggle with less than 10 minutes to go Sunday ... against Tulane ... at Gampel Pavilion, where the crowd was restless. Oh, the kooky American Athletic Conference is full of booby traps for the defending national...
  • College freshman ineligibility initiative doesn't make the grade

    College freshman ineligibility initiative doesn't make the grade
    There is a lesson to be learned following reports several conferences are exploring the option of restoring freshman ineligibility, barring first-year athletes from playing. And you don't have to have a college degree to see what it is. It all began...
  • Nebraska Coach Tim Miles bans players from locker room after loss

    Nebraska Coach Tim Miles bans players from locker room after loss
    It's fair to say that Nebraska men's basketball coach Tim Miles is a frustrated man these days. After witnessing a 74-46 home loss to Iowa on Sunday, Miles decided to ban his players from their locker room for the "foreseeable future," according to...