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  • Get used to interest in coach Bryce Drew until he leaves VU

    Every year now for the last four, when the winter transitions to spring, when our thoughts turn to the Final Four, we deal with this. Bryce Drew is gone. He's done. It is time for him to move on. He can't possibly stay another year at Valparaiso...
  • DePaul coaching search could come down to Bobby Hurley, Bryce Drew

    DePaul coaching search could come down to Bobby Hurley, Bryce Drew
    Bryce Drew and Bobby Hurley were 11 points away from meeting in the third round of the NCAA tournament. Now Hurley, Buffalo's coach, and Drew, Valparaiso's coach, find themselves potentially squaring off anyway — for the head coaching job at...
  • Bobby Hurley and Bryce Drew DePaul interviews set for this weekend

    Bobby Hurley and Bryce Drew DePaul interviews set for this weekend
    Bryce Drew and Bobby Hurley each want the DePaul men's basketball job "badly," according to a source. Both were scheduled to interview this weekend — Hurley on Saturday and Drew on Sunday — according to sources. The two are considered...
  • Former UConn Assistant Dave Leitao Returning As Head Coach At DePaul

    Former UConn Assistant Dave Leitao Returning As Head Coach At DePaul
    Dave Leitao, the former UConn assistant who spent more than 15 years coaching alongside Jim Calhoun, is returning as head coach of the DePaul men's basketball team, a job he held for three years in the mid 2000s. The Chicago Tribune reports that...
  • On The Fly: Hearty Hartford Welcome For Trinity Hockey Champs

    On The Fly: Hearty Hartford Welcome For Trinity Hockey Champs
    A vocal throng of fans greeted the NCAA Division III champion Trinity College hockey team at Koeppel Community Sports Center in Hartford Sunday afternoon. Fans held signs and wore Trinity blue and gold to honor their Bantams, who defeated Wisconsin-...
  • Speak Out

    To the resident of Evergreen Park, I agree with you on people of today being selfish and full of themselves. I grew up in the '80s, and now I see the "it's all about me" people everywhere. Our divorce rate is high, and I ended a long-term relationship...
  • Recognizable names winning have NCAA tournament ratings soaring

    Recognizable names winning have NCAA tournament ratings soaring
    Through the first weekend, the NCAA men's basketball tournament is producing large TV numbers, some of the biggest ever. CBS and Turner were beaming about the ratings in a release. Game coverage on CBS won Saturday night's Nielsens and the strong...
  • RosenBits: Derrick Rose's shoes get worse, Jay Cutler's game gets better

    RosenBits: Derrick Rose's shoes get worse, Jay Cutler's game gets better
    Sales of Derrick Rose’s sneakers fell 20 percent last year, which means Adidas is getting as little out of its $185 million investment as the Bulls are for their $95 million. But if Rose comes back this season, he could be a nice third option in...
  • Boys basketball: St. Rita's Myles Carter picks Seton Hall

    Boys basketball: St. Rita's Myles Carter picks Seton Hall
    One look at Myles Carter would be enough to attract a college coach's attention. The sculpted 6-foot-8 Carter, who was more of a defender and rebounder than a scorer at St. Rita, was recruited by numerous schools before committing to Seton Hall on...
  • Michaela Mabrey scores 19, Notre Dame ousts DePaul with 79-67 win

    Michaela Mabrey scores 19, Notre Dame ousts DePaul with 79-67 win
    SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Michaela Mabrey scored 19 points, hitting five 3-pointers, Taya Reimer and Brianna Turner added 14 points each as top-seeded Notre Dame beat No. 9 seed DePaul 79-67 Sunday night in the second round of the NCAA tournament. The...
  • Three-Point Record Important To Mosqueda-Lewis

    Three-Point Record Important To Mosqueda-Lewis
    STORRS — Although the team goal of winning a 10th national championship is foremost in her mind, UConn senior Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis readily admits that she hopes to leave one more statistical remembrance of her All-America career before it all...