RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

NCAA

A collection of news and information related to NCAA published by this site and its partners.

Top NCAA Articles

Displaying items 23-33
  • W&M again short of NCAA berth, but season a success

    W&M again short of NCAA berth, but season a success
    WILLIAMSBURG — Signs of progress in a basketball program can be measured in standard and non-traditional means. Win-loss record, individual player recognition, conference standing. William and Mary has those areas covered. But the uncommon...
  • NCAA Women's Tournament: Albany Regional Breakdown

    NCAA Women's Tournament: Albany Regional Breakdown
    The Albany Regional has two games Saturday with the championship game Monday night. The winner goes to the Final Four. A quick trip around the region: No. 5 Texas (24-10) vs. No. 1 UConn (34-1) Time/TV: noon, ESPN • This is the first appearance...
  • Sports TV and radio: Saturday's 3/28 log (updated Friday AM)

    8:30 a.m.    Highlights: North Carolina basketball.--MASN 9 a.m.    Golf: Trophee Hassan II third round (in Agadir, Morocco).--Golf 9 a.m.    Exhibition baseball: Detroit vs. Toronto (d.).--MLB Net. 9 a.m.    Talk: Sports Highlights (d.; on Cox...
  • After two knee surgeries, Laurin Mincy leads Maryland women to Sweet 16

    After two knee surgeries, Laurin Mincy leads Maryland women to Sweet 16
    As shot after shot ripped through the net and her thin blade of a frame bounced around the Xfinity Center court, possessed by some rare electricity, Laurin Mincy felt like the player she was always meant to be. No longer was the Maryland senior...
  • Midseason grades for men's lacrosse

    Midseason grades for men's lacrosse
    It's time to hand out midterm grades for the men's college lacrosse season, and two perennial powers in the state are at opposite ends of the spectrum. Maryland's defense earned an A-plus for it's dominant first half, but Johns Hopkins — staring...
  • Indiana religious objections bill signed as dispute swirls

    Indiana Gov. Mike Pence vigorously defended the state religious objections bill that he signed into law Thursday as businesses and organizations including the NCAA pressed concerns that it could open the door to legalizing discrimination against gay...
  • College athletes routinely sign away rights to be paid for names, images

     College athletes routinely sign away rights to be paid for names, images
    The monetary value of a college athlete's name, image and likeness is being hashed out in court, but many universities have already arrived at a figure: zero. Colleges from the Big Ten to the Mid-American Conference ask or require athletes to sign...
  • Great Coaches? Don't Ever Count Out Tom Izzo

    Great Coaches? Don't Ever Count Out Tom Izzo
    SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Using the Jeff Jacobs eyeball metric, a metric not nearly as scientific as FiveThirtyEight over at ESPN, Rick Pitino is the best game manager in college basketball. Of course, when I wrote that three years ago, Jim Calhoun opened a...
  • Freshman Brianna Turner even better than advertised for Notre Dame

    Freshman Brianna Turner even better than advertised for Notre Dame
    There was a brief passage late in Notre Dame's second-round NCAA tournament win over DePaul on Sunday that encapsulated the striking talents of Irish freshman Brianna Turner. It makes no difference that the outcome no longer was in doubt when it...
  • Nevada coach Musselman gets 5-year, $2M deal; Pack will run

    The state Board of Regents approved a five-year contract worth $2 million Thursday for new Nevada basketball Coach Eric Musselman, a two-time former NBA coach who says he's already on the recruiting trail and is planning to run a high-octane offense....
  • Indiana Gov. Pence defends religious objections law: 'This bill is not about discrimination'

    Indiana Gov. Pence defends religious objections law: 'This bill is not about discrimination'
    Indiana Gov. Mike Pence vigorously defended the state religious objections bill that he signed into law Thursday as businesses and organizations including the NCAA pressed concerns that it could open the door to legalizing discrimination against gay...