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NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Tournament

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  • 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...
  • Gonzaga women advance again to Sweet 16 as an 11 seed

    It seems 11 is the perfect number for Gonzaga. The Zags advanced to the Sweet 16 on Sunday for the third time in five years as a No. 11 seed. Now the Bulldogs get to go home to Spokane to play in a regional 3 miles from their campus. The possible...
  • Miami women fall to Iowa in second round of NCAA Tournament

    Miami women fall to Iowa in second round of NCAA Tournament
    For the better part of 30 minutes, the Hurricanes were able to keep pace. Miami, which entered the NCAA Tournament as one of the last four teams to get an at-large berth, pushed the Hawkeyes, giving Iowa all it could handle, even pulling within six late...
  • On The Air For Monday

    BASEBALL 1 p.m.: Yankees at Nationals. MLB 4 p.m.: Athletics at Indians. MLB 9 p.m.: Reds at Rangers. MLB BASKETBALL 6 p.m.: Women's college NCAA Tournament, second round: FGCU vs. Florida State. ESPNU 6:30 p.m.: Women's college NCAA...
  • Trinity Advances To The Frozen Four

    HARTFORD — Somewhere along the line under fourth-year coach Matt Greason, the Trinity hockey team adopted the catchphrase, "We'll persist until we succeed." That's what the Bantams have done the past two seasons. They've persisted. And they've won....
  • Sideline Chatter: Rodgers not the big cheese in Wisconsin, after all

    Chin up, Aaron Rodgers: At least you're still more popular than beer! Some 1,071 Wisconsin residents, in a Public Policy Polling survey, gave the Packers' star QB a favorable rating of 79 percent. Alas, cheese got 80. Headlines At Fark.com:...
  • Princeton wins in front of President Obama

    The Princeton women's basketball team earned a historic victory in front of President Barack Obama. UConn rolled in its opener and another 11 seed pulled off an upset. Such was the second day of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday night. The Tigers' first...
  • INSIDE THE MADNESS: Izzo on 1-and-dones, Arkansas AD jetsets

    Notes and tidbits from around the NCAA Tournament on Friday: ___ IZZO: SOME ONE-AND-DONES GETTING BAD ADVICE Tom Izzo is the first to admit that if a basketball player with enough talent to be considered a "one-and-done" wanted to come to Michigan...
  • 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....
  • NOTES AND NOTABLES: The Daily Press Editorial Board weighs in on March Madness, school closures, and a one-way ticket to Mars

    Nothing but net It's March, so there is Madness. Even with all that's going on around the region, the state, the nation and the world, this is the time of year when so much seems to take a back seat to basketball. Three teams from our commonwealth...