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NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Tournament

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  • Apprentice School basketball preview

    MEN COACH: Franklin Chatman (5th year, 62-44 record) OPENER: Defeated Pitt Titusville 75-61 on Nov. 7 5 GAMES TO WATCH: Nov. 23 at Shaw. First meeting with Bears. Nov. 29-30 at Elizabeth City State Thanksgiving Classic. Facing NCAA Division II...
  • UConn Women's Soccer: Tough Approach Has Been Rewarded

    Reefer: New Hampshire at UConn, Saturday, 5 p.m., Morrone Stadium STORRS — At the start of the season, UConn women's soccer coach Len Tsantiris did something he had never done in his 34 years of coaching. He didn't pick captains for the year....
  • Terps rout Princeton, 5-1, reach 2nd round of NCAAs in field hockey

    Terps rout Princeton, 5-1, reach 2nd round of NCAAs in field hockey
    College field hockey Terps roll, 5-1, reach 2nd round of NCAAs Senior Steffi Schneid scored twice, leading host Maryland to a 5-1 field hockey win over Princeton in the first round of the NCAA tournament. The Terps' other goals were scored by senior...
  • March Madness set to return to Orlando in 2017

    March Madness set to return to Orlando in 2017
    March Madness is coming back to Orlando. The Amway Center will host first-and second-round games of the NCAA men's basketball tournament in 2017. The games are scheduled to tip off on March 16 and 18, with the Final Four taking place at the University...
  • Stanford Shocks Huskies In OT, Ending Their 47-Game Streak

    Stanford Shocks Huskies In OT, Ending Their 47-Game Streak
    STANFORD, Calif. – Determining who the greatest coach in women's basketball history is a complex question. And it's one generally complicated by perception more than empirical evidence. There are places where Geno Auriemma is still not as highly...
  • State roundup: No. 9 Terps women beat South Florida

    State roundup: No. 9 Terps women beat South Florida
    Sophomore Shatori Walker-Kimbrough scored 17 of her career-high 25 points in the first half Wednesday night to lead No. 9 Maryland to an 85-67 victory over South Florida. Sophomore Lexie Brown added 15 points for host Maryland (3-0), and junior Malina...
  • On The Fly: Pats Get Blount; If He Sticks Around, Could Be Huge

    On The Fly: Pats Get Blount; If He Sticks Around, Could Be Huge
    LeGarrette Blount, released by the Steelers Tuesday, is back in New England with the Patriots. Stuck behind Le'Veon Bell in Pittsburgh, Blount had not been the ideal citizen, to the point of leaving the field Monday night. He did some good things for...
  • Connections: Former Wekiva soccer player sparks Rollins

    Connections: Former Wekiva soccer player sparks Rollins
    Paxton Sickler's boundless energy and competitive juices will give Rollins' women's soccer team an opportunity to continue its record run this weekend. The top-seeded Tars (17-2) will face sixth-seeded Saint Leo at 7:30 Friday night in the NCAA Division...
  • Thursday's multi-sport local and college roundup: Virginia Beach arena plans go forward without definite anchor team

    There are no pro sports teams yet willing to relocate to Virginia Beach’s planned arena. But Thursday, city leaders and the arena’s builders said the venue can be a success without a team, WTKR-TV 3 reported. Arena developers said they...
  • Penn State Shuts Out UConn Women

    Fannie Crouse scored on a header with 38:24 left in the first half and Britt Eckerstrom made five saves as Penn State defeated UConn 1-0 in the second round of the NCAA Soccer Tournament at University Park, Pa. Friday. UConn (14-5-5) allowed its first...
  • Guard Astroth leads Towson over Central Connecticut St., 58-49

    Guard Astroth leads Towson over Central Connecticut St., 58-49
    Men's college basketball Guard Astroth leads Towson over Central Connecticut St., 58-49 Sophomore guard A.J. Astroth scored a career-high 14 points to lead Towson (2-1) to a 58-49 win over Central Connecticut State (0-3) in the CBE Hall of Fame...