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  • Purvis scores 28 to lead UConn to 81-73 upset of No. 21 SMU

    UConn's Ryan Boatright isn't ready to give up on the idea of making it back to the NCAA tournament. Boatright scored 23 points and Rodney Purvis had a career-high 28 and the Huskies (17-11, 10-6 American) beat a ranked opponent for the first time this...
  • State agency to decide how to divvy up $60 million fine from Sandusky case

    HARRISBURG — Now that a settlement has cleared the way for $60 million from Penn State to be spent in Pennsylvania to address child sexual abuse, potential recipients are starting to think about how that money might be put to use. "There's...
  • UConn 81, SMU 73: Wrapping Things Up at XL

    HARTFORD – The SMU thing is over. The Huskies showed they can play with the Mustangs, and beat them. And they left a calling card to everyone in the American Conference that winning the tournament, in the XL Center, will be a tough task for the...
  • UConn Desperate For Win Against SMU

    UConn Desperate For Win Against SMU
    STORRS — The Huskies have overcome numerous obstacles in recent years, from postseason ineligibility to postseason pressure and opponents loaded with NBA prospects. But one roadblock the defending national champs have not been able to crash is...
  • Valparaiso holds off Cleveland State for Horizon League title

    Horizon League regular-season champion? Host of the conference tournament? All Valparaiso, after all. In what amounted to a title game, the Crusaders held off Cleveland State 56-53 on Friday night at the Wolstein Center, securing sole possession...
  • One down, one to go for Valparaiso in Horizon League

    As late Friday night had already turned into the wee hours of Saturday morning, Valparaiso was attempting to absorb what it had accomplished. Loftier goals await for the Crusaders. But they savored taking a significant step in the process. With a 56-...
  • UCLA players remain optimistic about chances of making NCAA tournament

    UCLA players remain optimistic about chances of making NCAA tournament
    Norman Powell knows his days at UCLA could be numbered. The Bruins' NCAA tournament chances are uncertain. Powell, the team's only senior in the regular rotation, will play his final two games at Pauley Pavilion on Sunday and Wednesday, against...
  • Boatright's 'Calm' Leadership A Key at East Carolina; Notes, Quotes From Practice as UConn Preps for SMU Rematch

    STORRS – Ryan Boatright is coming to the end of his career at UConn, but that doesn’t mean he is not still learning, still progressing. As Kevin Ollie’s chat with reporters came to an end on Saturday, he made a point of praising...
  • Wesleyan Holds Off Trinity To Reach NESCAC Final

    HARTFORD — When Wesleyan pushed, Trinity pulled. That is how Saturday's NESCAC men's basketball semifinal went down at Oosting Gymnasium, where a split crowd shared the bleachers for the first postseason meeting between the teams since 2005. Fans...
  • NC State upends No. 15 North Carolina 58-46

    North Carolina State arrived at North Carolina focused more on getting another road win to help its NCAA tournament chances than trying to end its long drought at the Smith Center. The Wolfpack ended up taking care of both in impressive fashion. Anthony...
  • Cypress Bay's Maggie Scott, Heritage's Melissa Rini make college commitments

    Cypress Bay's Maggie Scott, Heritage's Melissa Rini make college commitments
    Cypress Bay junior Maggie Scott has committed to attend and play softball for Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, and American Heritage junior Melissa Rini will be doing the same at Caldwell College. Embry Riddle is an NAIA team coached by former...