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  • With Obama on hand, Princeton beats Green Bay 80-70 in NCAAs

    It's not that Princeton coach Courtney Banghart was unimpressed to see President Barack Obama in the stands, just a few rows away. It's that Banghart was more concerned with making sure her Tigers — including Obama's niece, a freshman forward &#...
  • Big Ten could face choice between Fox Sports 1, ESPN

    Big Ten could face choice between Fox Sports 1, ESPN
    Last week, I wrote a column about the Big Ten’s upcoming negotiations on a TV deal and how the conference might have a choice between staying with ESPN or going with Fox Sports 1 on the cable side. It detailed the risks of leaving the broad reach of...
  • Three keys for Terps in their NCAA matchup against Valparaiso

    Three keys for Terps in their NCAA matchup against Valparaiso
    Maryland opens play in the NCAA tournament against Valparaiso on Friday at about 4:40 p.m. in Columbus, Ohio. Don Markus breaks down five keys for the fourth-seeded Terps against the No. 13 Crusaders. NO EARLY FOULS FOR WELLS Senior guard Dez Wells...
  • Projected starters for Terps vs. Valparaiso

    Projected starters for Terps vs. Valparaiso
    No. 4 seed Maryland and No. 13 seed Valparaiso play today at 4:40 p.m. in a first-round NCAA tournament game. Here's a look at the projected starting lineups: Maryland starters Melo Trimble, 6-3, 190, FR: Having established himself as one of the top...
  • Tournament roundup: Illinois State, Dayton, Robert Morris get wins

    Tournament roundup: Illinois State, Dayton, Robert Morris get wins
    DAYTON, Ohio — Derrick Marks wasn't even close on Boise State's final shot at the big NCAA Tournament upset. Kendall Pollard scored 17 points on Wednesday night, and Dayton — cheered on by the home crowd — went on a closing run for a...
  • Keifer Sykes makes every minute count as Horizon League Player of Year

    Keifer Sykes makes every minute count as Horizon League Player of Year
    At exactly 6:15 every morning before school, Keifer Sykes walked out the door of his home at 67th and East End streets on Chicago's South Side and into Albert Sharp's car. Not at 6:16 or 6:20 or 6:25 — 6:15 sharp indeed. Sykes knew he couldn't...
  • UConn Beats Vanderbilt, 91-52

     UConn Beats Vanderbilt, 91-52
    ESTERO, Fla. — Next Saturday in South Bend, Ind., the most noted rivalry in women's college basketball will be renewed when UConn plays at Notre Dame. And won't that be fun because you just never know with those two. Say hello to Irish coach...
  • An Expert Opinion: UConn Missing That Leadership In Crunch Time

    An Expert Opinion: UConn Missing That Leadership In Crunch Time
    ESTERO, Fla. — Lin Dunn retired as coach of the Indiana Fever after the 2014 season, ending a career that spanned five decades in women's basketball as a player and coach. She went out on top with her induction to the women's basketball Hall of...
  • UM announces non-conference hoops schedule

    With nine promising newcomers, including transfers Angel Rodriguez and Sheldon McClellan, expectations are high for Miami's basketball team, which leaves for a basketball tour of Spain later this month.  Thursday, the school announced its non-conference...
  • NBA Draft: Cavaliers select Andrew Wiggins with No. 1 overall pick

    NBA Draft: Cavaliers select Andrew Wiggins with No. 1 overall pick
    The Cleveland Cavaliers took Kansas small forward Andrew Wiggins with the first overall pick in the 2014 NBA Draft.  The draft has shaped up to be one of the most open ended in years because the presumed No. 1 overall pick, Kansas center Joel Embiid,...
  • Staff stability invaluable to U.Va.'s basketball resurgence

     Staff stability invaluable to U.Va.'s basketball resurgence
    The morning after Virginia's NCAA tournament demolition of Memphis, assistant coach Ron Sanchez still didn't appreciate the scope of the Cavaliers' excellence, their resourceful offense, unyielding defense and unshakable poise. "I'm driving home right...