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  • DePaul played key role in most important Final Four ever

    DePaul played key role in most important Final Four ever
    Note to DePaul fans: With your basketball program mired in mediocrity and the school searching yet again for a coach to turn it all around, it might be encouraging to remember the glory days. Then again, it might only cause more frustration. Thirty-...
  • St. Francis Should Have Its Hands Full With Well-Rested UConn

    St. Francis Should Have Its Hands Full With Well-Rested UConn
    STORRS — Being a student athlete is tough enough for most kids without the added pressure placed on those who play women's basketball for UConn. Accomplishments considered historic by some, like Saturday's first NCAA Tournament game ever for St....
  • DePaul advances to meet Notre Dame in second round of NCAA tournament

     DePaul advances to meet Notre Dame in second round of NCAA tournament
    SOUTH BEND — The holes that the DePaul women's basketball team dug itself into kept getting deeper and deeper. The Blue Demons were down by eight early in the game, 11 at halftime and 15 five minutes into the second half against Minnesota. But...
  • NCAA tournament women's capsules —Northwestern, DePaul, Notre Dame

    NCAA tournament women's capsules —Northwestern, DePaul, Notre Dame
    Northwestern (7) vs. Arkansas (10) TV: 11 a.m. Friday at Waco, Texas, ESPN2. Winner plays: at 1:30 p.m. Sunday vs. Baylor (2)-Northwestern State (15) winner. Quick look: Can the team that finished fourth in the Big Ten regular season beat the...
  • Little things mean a lot to DePaul's Centrese McGee

     Little things mean a lot to DePaul's Centrese McGee
    DePaul women's basketball coach Doug Bruno calls senior guard Centrese McGee the "quintessential garbage player." "That's a compliment," Bruno said. And McGee takes it that way. "Most people don't like to do the dirty work — getting...
  • 6 reasons you should watch the women's NCAA tourney

    6 reasons you should watch the women's NCAA tourney
    Hey, college basketball fans from Illinois, are you still moping about not having any teams in the NCAA tournament? Just stop it already. If you could tear yourself away from the men's tournament for a minute—your bracket is probably busted...
  • DePaul needs a young, energetic coach who can establish identity

    DePaul needs a young, energetic coach who can establish identity
    Before DePaul can judge any short list of potential basketball coaches, perhaps university President Rev. Dennis H. Holtschneider needs to re-evaluate the person making it. Athletic director Jean Lenti Ponsetto offers DePaul 40 years of institutional...
  • UConn's Next Opponent: St. Francis Brooklyn

    UConn's Next Opponent: St. Francis Brooklyn
    STORRS — To say that UConn's regular season was a prelude is theoretically correct. That's how the schedule flows. Everything in due time. But it also understates the consistency and domination that again catapulted the Huskies to the top of the...
  • Northwestern, DePaul, Notre Dame into women's NCAA basketball tourney

    Northwestern, DePaul, Notre Dame into women's NCAA basketball tourney
    For the Northwestern women’s basketball team, Monday brought the joy of unusual good news. For Notre Dame and DePaul, it was more of the happy same old, same old. The Wildcats (23-8), ranked No. 22 in the AP poll, learned they had earned a bid...
  • Beyond Kentucky: The wild and weird of bracketology

    Beyond Kentucky: The wild and weird of bracketology
    Across America, hardly anyone is thinking about work right now. How could they with March Madness here? Fans have pressing questions when it comes to crafting the perfect bracket, and Michael Beller is the one to answer them. The Northwestern graduate/...
  • Former Duke star Grant Hill says it won't be easy for Kentucky to stay perfect

    Former Duke star Grant Hill says it won't be easy for Kentucky to stay perfect
    Even at 11 years old, Grant Hill knew he was watching something special. Sitting there, next to his father, watching as Georgetown, Louisville, North Carolina and Houston battled it out in the national semifinals of the 1982 NCAA Tournament, Hill knew...