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  • Bruins hope their NCAA tournament bubble doesn't burst Sunday

    Bruins hope their NCAA tournament bubble doesn't burst Sunday
    The weekend was a numbers-lovers paradise that took us from Friday the 13th horror (ask Virginia and Duke) to the celebration of Pi Day (3.14159 …), where it was hard to differentiate the conferences from the circumferences.
  • In Milwaukee, Marquette lacrosse begins unlikely success story

    In Milwaukee, Marquette lacrosse begins unlikely success story
    Upon first glance, it looks like a mistake. Marquette (7-0), a school that began playing Division I lacrosse only two years ago, is ranked No. 10 nationally, right behind traditional powers Cornell, Maryland and Virginia and only nine spots away from...

    Boatright, Scorned, Looks To Prove 'Em Wrong

    Boatright, Scorned, Looks To Prove 'Em Wrong
    HARTFORD — This is Hartford. This isn't Memphis. This is 2015. This isn't 2014. Nobody got a Gibson guitar Thursday as a reward for being named American Athletic Conference coach of the year the way Cincinnati's Mick Cronin did last year. Heck,...

    Maintaining Tradition, Piper Has Led Central's Resurgence

    Maintaining Tradition, Piper Has Led Central's Resurgence
    NEW BRITAIN — Beryl Piper didn't want to talk about what a trip to the NCAA Tournament, the first in program history, would mean to her. There's an NEC Tournament semifinal Wednesday night against St. Francis Brooklyn at Detrick Gym, after all,...

    Legally Blind, Hawks Runner Chaz Davis Keeps Competing

    Legally Blind, Hawks Runner Chaz Davis Keeps Competing
    Chaz Davis was in class one day in March of his freshman year at the University of Hartford, when he looked out of his right eye and noticed that everything seemed oddly bright. "It looked like if you stare into a light for too long," he said. "I...