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  • Cal State Northridge plays short-handed in wake of school decision

    Cal State Northridge plays short-handed in wake of school decision
    The end of the bench overflowed with Cal State Northridge basketball players dressed in sweats, the line of chairs snaking from the scorer's table to the corner of the court. A full bench, and near-empty bench. Only three of the players were actually in...
  • Three county grads wrestling at Illinois

    Three county grads wrestling at Illinois
    Warren High School graduates Emery Parker and Danny Hicks, along with Deerfield High grad Colton Emmerich all are on the wrestling team this season for the University of Illinois. Parker and Emmerich are freshman, and Hicks is in his second year in...
  • Muffet McGraw recruited the former player behind the $5 million Notre Dame basketball gift

    Muffet McGraw recruited the former player behind the $5 million Notre Dame basketball gift
    Muffet McGraw was the coach at Lehigh University when she saw Karen Robinson play and just sighed. McGraw was successfully recruiting one of Robinson's high school teammates, Sherrie Androlewicz, who was good enough that she remains the No. 2 scorer...
  • Former Towson men's basketball coach Terry Truax dies at 70

    Former Towson men's basketball coach Terry Truax dies at 70
    Terry Truax, the coach who led the Towson men’s basketball team to its only NCAA tournament appearances in 1990 and 1991, died Monday night at Fairfax (Va.) Hospital after suffering a stroke. A resident of Chantilly, Va., Truax was 70. Towson's...
  • Extras, leftovers from NCAA legislation story

    Extras, leftovers from NCAA legislation story
    There was plenty that I didn’t include in Sunday’s story about recent NCAA legislation and its possible effects on local schools and conferences outside the Power 5, largely for space limitations in print and to prevent readers’ eyes...
  • Outside of Power 5 conferences, mixed reaction to NCAA legislation on extra benefits

    Outside of Power 5 conferences, mixed reaction to NCAA legislation on extra benefits
    Tom Yeager witnessed major college conferences enact historic legislation that will allow schools to provide extra benefits to scholarship athletes. When voting concluded at last month's NCAA convention, he and many others couldn't help but think: Now...
  • No. 1 Kentucky ties best start at 25-0, routs South Carolina

    From start to finish Saturday, the honors kept piling up for coach John Calipari and No. 1 Kentucky. Hours after Calipari was picked as a Hall of Fame finalist, his unbeaten Wildcats matched the storied program's best start. Calipari and his players...
  • Henson, Havlicek among those headed into college hoops Hall

    When he arrived at Illinois in 1975, the first thing Lou Henson did was preach patience. The new coach wanted to build the Fighting Illini into a national contender, but he wanted to do it with in-state prospects, even if it'd take a while. So that first...
  • The former player behind the $5 million Notre Dame basketball gift

    The former player behind the $5 million Notre Dame basketball gift
    Muffet McGraw was the coach at Lehigh University when she saw Karen Robinson play and just sighed. McGraw was recruiting one of Robinson's high school teammates, Sherrie Androlewicz, who was good enough that she remains the No. 2 scorer in Lehigh...
  • Virginia need not apologize for pace, defensive excellence

    Virginia need not apologize for pace, defensive excellence
    Syracuse was the toast of college basketball a year ago. Jim Boeheim’s Orange was 25-0, ranked No. 1 and applauded for a style rooted in a stifling 2-3 zone defense. Today, Virginia is portrayed by some of the same oracles as the game’s...
  • UConn Not Ready To Embrace Endowments For Coaches

    UConn Not Ready To Embrace Endowments For Coaches
    HARTFORD – Athletic fundraising takes on many forms and serves many purposes as UConn proved again this year when it announced the Werth family name would be attached to the basketball practice facility on campus. Earlier this week, Notre Dame...