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  • Notre Dame focused on NCAA seeding

    Notre Dame focused on NCAA seeding
    Notre Dame has already secured a double-round bye for next week's ACC Tournament. The Irish (24-5, 12-4 ACC) are currently the No. 3 seed, one game behind Duke (13-3 ACC) and one game ahead of Louisville (11-5) with two regular-season games remaining....
  • Virginia well-prepared for NCAA tournament rhythms

    To reach the Sweet 16, make the Final Four and hoist a national championship trophy, a college basketball team must discover its inner Madison Bumgarner. The task: Perform at peak level against elite opposition on darn little rest. Such are the NCAA...
  • Sports TV and radio: Wednesday's 3/4 log (updated Tuesday AM)

    1 p.m.    Basketball: ACC women’s first round: Wake Forest vs. Boston College.--CSN 1 p.m.    Exhibition baseball: Philadelphia at N.Y. Yankees.--MLB Net. 2 p.m.    Soccer: Women’s Algarve Cup: U.S. vs. Norway (in Portugal).--FS1 2:40 p....
  • UConn Women Close Regular Season, Squeak By USF, 88-65

    UConn Women Close Regular Season, Squeak By USF, 88-65
    TAMPA, Fla. – Back in the day, as Geno Auriemma would say, UConn's regular season always ended with a crescendo. There was Notre Dame, until the Irish left the Big East. Then there was Louisville, until the Cardinals bolted the American Athletic...
  • Maryland gives Big Ten women's lacrosse a big boost

    Maryland gives Big Ten women's lacrosse a big boost
    When a college athletics conference introduces a new sport, it usually takes a while to get up to speed and compete on a national level. Not Big Ten women's lacrosse. It went from 0 to 60 in an instant. With the two most successful programs in the...
  • Experienced Cavaliers still capable of surprising their coach

    Experienced Cavaliers still capable of surprising their coach
    CHARLOTTESVILLE — All the chatter of flips Wednesday was like an Olympics gymnastics or diving competition. I half expected to hear about degree-of-difficulty and some rogue Russian judge hosing an American out of a gold medal. So amid the...
  • Gator bait? QB Lamar Jackson fakes Florida, goes Louisville

    Gator bait? QB Lamar Jackson fakes Florida, goes Louisville
    With a blue Gators backpack slung across his shoulders, Lamar Jackson strolled into Boynton Beach's auditorium for National Signing Day festivities. The hint of a flip sent a rumble through the press gathered at the high school. Was the four-star prospect...
  • UM second-half rally falls short, 'Canes lose to No. 9 Louisville

    UM second-half rally falls short, 'Canes lose to No. 9 Louisville
    CORAL GABLES—Through a season of inconsistency, one thing has always been a constant for Miami. The Hurricanes play some of their best basketball when in the spotlight against a ranked team. At times Tuesday night against ninth-ranked...
  • UM hopes quick turnaround helps 'Canes bounce back against Louisville

    UM hopes quick turnaround helps 'Canes bounce back against Louisville
    — For the Hurricanes, there is no time to dwell on the brutal week that was. Less than a week after a lackluster performance against Georgia Tech and two days removed from letting a 16-point lead slip away against rival Florida State in...
  • Poised, rugged Virginia answers another challenge in Louisville

    Poised, rugged Virginia answers another challenge in Louisville
    CHARLOTTESVILLE – As a 13-point lead evaporated to four in the waning moments Saturday night, Virginia faithful couldn’t help but think: Is this Duke all over again? Then came a subtle, veteran move that embodies these Cavaliers, one that...
  • Five months after surgery, UM's Davon Reed emerging as consistent force

    Five months after surgery, UM's Davon Reed emerging as consistent force
    —Entering his sophomore year at Miami, Davon Reed knew he'd been fortunate. Throughout his basketball-playing career, he'd been relatively healthy. No serious injury had kept him from the game he loved, but that all changed during an off-season...