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  • Terps women rout Penn State for 19th straight win

    Terps women rout Penn State for 19th straight win
    The fifth-ranked Maryland women's basketball team knew before tip-off at Monday night's game against Penn State it would be receiving the Big Ten regular-season trophy in a ceremony following the final whistle. The Terps played with the moxie of not...
  • Terps confident they can play with Wisconsin, especially on home court

    Mark Turgeon's first three seasons with the Maryland men's basketball team were not devoid of memorable wins. Most of them happened for the Terps on their home court — against Top 10 opponents. Maryland (22-5, 10-4 Big Ten Conference) will be...
  • UConn Women Beat Tulane, Clinch Share Of AAC Title

    UConn Women Beat Tulane, Clinch Share Of AAC Title
    NEW ORLEANS – More than a decade ago, Diana Taurasi punted a basketball to the roof of New Orleans Arena to celebrate winning UConn's third straight national championship and the end of her iconic career. That was very cool. Two years ago, another...
  • Jerian Grant will be Notre Dame's man in the middle vs. Syracuse zone

    Jerian Grant will be Notre Dame's man in the middle vs. Syracuse zone
    SOUTH BEND, Ind. — There's no mystery when Notre Dame plays Syracuse. The Orange will spend 40 minutes in coach Jim Boeheim's signature 2-3 zone, and the Irish will have to find a way to beat it. The plan of attack this season, it should come as...
  • Tyler Ulis continuing Kentucky basketball's Chicago connection

    Tyler Ulis continuing Kentucky basketball's Chicago connection
    LEXINGTON, Ky. — Tyler Ulis enjoyed a comfortable childhood in Lima, Ohio, guided by his mother and stepdad. Though barely taller than Muggsy Bogues, he showed promise on the basketball court. Eventually, he figured, he might get a scholarship...
  • Notre Dame receives praise from Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim

    Jim Boeheim has been Syracuse's coach since 1976. The Hall of Famer knows a good team when he sees one. "We're getting ready to play one of best Notre Dame teams that we've faced since I've been at Syracuse," Boeheim said Monday. The No. 9 Irish have a...
  • 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...
  • Terps women's basketball team clinches Big Ten regular-season championship

    Terps women's basketball team clinches Big Ten regular-season championship
    The Maryland women's basketball team didn't have to play a game Saturday to clinch the Big Ten Conference regular-season championship. With Ohio State's 100-82 win over No. 13 Iowa (21-6, 12-4) on Saturday night, the No. 5 Terps (24-2, 15-0) became...
  • Vic Law emerging as serious contributor for Northwestern

    Vic Law emerging as serious contributor for Northwestern
    Vic Law is embracing the journey while gradually maturing into a major contributor as a freshman for Northwestern. When the spindly 6-foot-7 forward chose Northwestern as a highly decorated recruit out of St. Rita, he boldly proclaimed that he wanted to...