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NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Tournament

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  • 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...
  • Terps women open NCAA tournament with 75-57 victory

    Terps women open NCAA tournament with 75-57 victory
    Maryland center Brionna Jones could only giggle at the comparison. “Like PT boats attacking a battleship,” New Mexico State coach Mark Trakh said in describing the destruction the 6-foot-3 Jones inflicted on his shorter, slighter players...
  • Ahead of her time: Before the late Betty Mullen Brey was the mother of Notre Dame basketball coach Mike Brey, she was an Olympic swimmer from Lehighton

    Ahead of her time: Before the late Betty Mullen Brey was the mother of Notre Dame basketball coach Mike Brey, she was an Olympic swimmer from Lehighton
    Editor's note: In 1948, Betty Mullen was a 15-year-old Weissport resident who qualified for the Olympic swimming trails. Although she didn't qualify for the team that competed that year in London, Mullen eventually set world records and competed in the...
  • Maryland deals Princeton its 1st loss 85-70 in NCAA tourney

    Backed by the President and toting an unbeaten record, Princeton provided the women's NCAA Tournament with a very good story line. That book is now closed, courtesy of top-seeded Maryland. Laurin Mincy scored 27 points, and the Terrapins used a second-...
  • President Obama's niece threatened before Princeton-Maryland game

    President Obama's niece threatened before Princeton-Maryland game
    A threat made against President Obama's niece, Leslie Robinson, a forward for the Princeton Tigers, prompted increased security at Monday's NCAA tournament game between Princeton and Maryland, according to USA Today. The Maryland Athletics Department...
  • Ty Grace Has University Of New Haven Chargers On A Roll

    NEW HAVEN — During a recent New Haven women's basketball practice, the range of coach Ty Grace's approach was on display. Pushing for the right tempo in one drill, she shouted orders that echoed throughout Charger Gymnasium. Before and after that,...
  • On The Fly: Bet Against Tom Izzo At Your Own Risk

    On The Fly: Bet Against Tom Izzo At Your Own Risk
    There he is again. Michigan State is in the Sweet 16. Betting against Tom Izzo this time of year is not the smartest thing, yet many of us did in our office pools. ... Writes Pat Forde on Yahoo Sports concerning the NCAA Tournament: "To understand how...
  • INSIDE THE MADNESS: SDSU takes on stomach bug; curtain back

    Notes and tidbits from around the NCAA Tournament on Sunday: ___ SAN DIEGO STATE BATTLES STOMACH BUG, NOT JUST DUKE San Diego State's battling a lot more than just Duke and star freshman Jahlil Okafor. Team spokesman Mike May said several players...
  • Gonzaga dad, Oregon St. coach wears gray, but isn't neutral

    For the opening round of the women's NCAA Tournament, Wayne Tinkle had it easy: At Oregon State's game he wore Beaver orange. For Gonzaga's game, he wore red. The reason for his dual allegiance? Tinkle is head men's basketball coach at Oregon State....
  • Not 1, but 2 Gonzaga hoops teams in the Sweet 16

    Gonzaga left KeyArena roaring and Gill Coliseum in silence almost simultaneously Sunday. The Bulldogs are grabbing the spotlight in both the men's and women's NCAA Tournament. "It's unbelievable," Gonzaga junior guard Elle Tinkle said. "Gonzaga is...
  • Rutgers Works To Return To UConn's Level

    Rutgers Works To Return To UConn's Level
    STORRS — Before Saturday night, the last NCAA Tournament appearance was three years ago, the last tournament victory was four years ago, and the last time Rutgers was truly a star on the national women's basketball stage was eight years ago....