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  • AP Interview: Olympic swimmer Missy Franklin turns pro

    Missy Franklin has bid farewell to college swimming and is turning pro. The four-time Olympic gold medalist went out with a bang, winning three individual events and helping her California team win the NCAA championship last weekend. Now, Franklin can...
  • UM women eager to build on NCAA tourney success

    UM women eager to build on NCAA tourney success
    — As they walked off the court arm-in-arm after their season ending-loss, Hurricanes basketball coach Katie Meier and point guard Jessica Thomas stopped for a moment and turned. Together, they stood in the corner of Carver Hawkeye Arena and let...
  • No. 1 UConn moves on with 91-55 rout of Rutgers

    UConn coach Geno Auriemma was in a reflective mood on his 61st birthday after the Huskies earned their 22nd consecutive trip to the NCAA regional semifinals. Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis scored 23 points to lead his top-ranked UConn team to a 91-55 rout of...
  • Virginia's Tony Bennett wins USBWA national coach of year honors; ninth coach to win it twice

    Virginia's Tony Bennett wins USBWA national coach of year honors; ninth coach to win it twice
    Virginia’s Tony Bennett joined a small club of coaches Monday when he was awarded the national coach of the year award by the United States Basketball Writers Association for a second time in his career. Bennett is one of only nine coaches to...
  • Five regional semifinalists sweet, but ACC needs to end Final Four drought

    Five regional semifinalists sweet, but ACC needs to end Final Four drought
    Absent remarkable stamina, a forgiving boss, Dan Patrick’s man cave and Jerry Lucas’ memory, absorbing the NCAA tournament’s 48-games-in-four days opening salvo borders on impossible. You simply need some time to process it all before...
  • As season ends, Terps feel 'this is just the beginning of a bright future'

    As season ends, Terps feel 'this is just the beginning of a bright future'
    A year ago, the exodus was about to begin at Maryland. Five scholarship players with remaining eligibility left the program after a 17-15 season that concluded with the Terps failing to reach the postseason for the second time in Mark Turgeon's three...
  • Valparaiso to fill with inside hole with Derrik Smits, Daniel Relvao

    Valparaiso to fill with inside hole with Derrik Smits, Daniel Relvao
    Size could be an issue for Valparaiso University next season. The Horizon League champion's biggest concern will be replacing 6-foot-9 Vashil Fernandez, the only senior to play in VU's near-miss Friday against Maryland. His defense sealed off the...
  • The unsung heroes of the NCAA tournament

     The unsung heroes of the NCAA tournament
    Their job is to make the head coach look good. And to leave opposing players in tears. When the brackets are revealed on Selection Sunday, the players celebrate. Parents make travel plans. Head coaches knock out media responsibilities. The assistants in...
  • Obama attends Princeton NCAA game at Xfinity Center

    Obama attends Princeton NCAA game at Xfinity Center
    President Barack Obama was at the University of Maryland's Xfinity Center this morning to watch Princeton play its opening game in the NCAA women's basketball tournament. Obama's niece, Leslie Robinson, is a reserve forward for the undefeated Tigers,...
  • Princeton has chance to show it belongs among women's elite

    Princeton has chance to show it belongs among women's elite
    You don't expect to see two top-15 teams collide in the second round of the NCAA tournament. And there lies the rub for Princeton coach Courtney Banghart as her undefeated Tigers prepare to meet top-seeded Maryland Monday in the NCAA women's...
  • Lewis women confident, determined heading into Division II Elite Eight

    Lewis women confident, determined heading into Division II Elite Eight
    You might think the Lewis University women's basketball team would be nervous sailing in uncharted waters of the NCAA Division II national tournament. On the contrary. The Flyers are confident and determined as they embark for the Elite Eight. "I don'...