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  • Texas Women Return To Spotlight, But UConn Casts Big Shadow

    Texas Women Return To Spotlight, But UConn Casts Big Shadow
    ALBANY — If you haven't noticed, the UConn women exist in an alternate universe where the air is rarefied and expectations can be overwhelming. Where else in college sports does the fan base make Final Four reservations in the time between...
  • Notre Dame women finally beat Stanford, head to NCAA Elite 8

    Notre Dame women finally beat Stanford, head to NCAA Elite 8
    OKLAHOMA CITY — Lindsay Allen normally focuses on setting others up. On Friday, the sophomore point guard turned into a scorer, dropping in a career-high 28 points to help top-seeded Notre Dame defeat Stanford 81-60 in the NCAA women's Sweet 16....
  • Jefferson Dominates Against Her Home State's University

    Jefferson Dominates Against Her Home State's University
    ALBANY — When Moriah Jefferson was emerging from the Dallas area as a top college basketball prospect, staying in her home state wasn't an option. Jefferson wanted to challenge herself at the highest level of college basketball. That meant leaving...
  • USC football players put aside NCAA issue

    USC football players put aside NCAA issue
    Su'a Cravens grew up watching USC teams that featured Reggie Bush and other Trojans stars. The junior linebacker was 10 when the NCAA began investigating the program in 2006, and he enrolled at USC in the spring of 2013, nearly three years after the...
  • NCAA tournament: Duke, Michigan State, Gonzaga, Louisville advance to Elite 8

    NCAA tournament: Duke, Michigan State, Gonzaga, Louisville advance to Elite 8
    No. 7 Michigan State 62, No. 3 Oklahoma 58:  Denzel Valentine scored 13 of his 18 points in the second half to lead Michigan State to a 62-58 win over Oklahoma in an NCAA tournament East Regional semifinal on Friday night. Counted out in February, the...
  • College basketball: Steve Lavin out as St. John's coach

    College basketball: Steve Lavin out as St. John's coach
    Steve Lavin's coaching days at St. John's are over. The former UCLA men's basketball coach has mutually parted ways with St. John's after five seasons with the Queens, N.Y.-based school, the university announced Friday. Lavin posted an 81-55 record ...
  • New Approach Spurs Louisville Back Into Sweet 16, Facing Dayton

    ALBANY — Two years ago, Shoni Schimmel led the Louisville Cardinals to the NCAA title game. Last year, the Cardinals reached the Elite Eight with an offense that revolved around Schimmel. Louisville won 52 games over two seasons and was a player...
  • Louisville's Walz Reflects After Season-Ending Loss

    Louisville's Walz Reflects After Season-Ending Loss
    ALBANY — On Friday, Louisville coach Jeff Walz said he was taking nothing for granted as his team prepared for underdog Dayton. Walz's team has staged upsets in the NCAA Tournament, so he's aware that favorites are sometimes caught looking ahead....
  • Mark Story: Notre Dame's offensive will vs. Kentucky's defensive wall

    CLEVELAND There are those who have long since proclaimed the 2014-15 Kentucky Wildcats as one of the great defensive teams in college basketball history. So it seems appropriate that to earn a Final Four berth and continue their drive toward a perfect...
  • Terps' Jake Layman, Melo Trimble to explore possibility of entering NBA draft

    Terps' Jake Layman, Melo Trimble to explore possibility of entering NBA draft
    Freshman point guard Melo Trimble and junior forward Jake Layman will “go through the process” of seeing where they might be taken in the NBA draft before making a decision about returning to Maryland next season, a source familiar with...
  • NCAA, others must show Indiana that discrimination is bad for business

    NCAA, others must show Indiana that discrimination is bad for business
    If it were feasible on such short notice to relocate the college men's basketball Final Four, set to tip off next weekend in Indianapolis, the NCAA would have to consider it. For everyone's sake. Indiana decreed Thursday that what people believe can...