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NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Tournament

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  • Maryland women aim to avoid history in first round of NCAA tournament

    Maryland women aim to avoid history in first round of NCAA tournament
    It's happened exactly once in the history of the women's NCAA tournament, and the 2015 Maryland team has no intention of becoming victim No. 2. Seventeen years ago, Harvard became the first and so far, only, No. 16 seed to upset a No. 1 — in...
  • After perfect Big Ten debut, Terps women hoping for No. 1 seed

    After perfect Big Ten debut, Terps women hoping for No. 1 seed
    The No. 4 Maryland women's basketball team has had plenty to celebrate over the past few weeks. Among the highlights were an 18-0 record in Big Ten Conference play, a regular-season title and a conference tournament championship in the Terps' inaugural...
  • West Virginia's Hahn, Miles have strong ties to Maryland

    West Virginia's Hahn, Miles have strong ties to Maryland
    Billy Hahn had not even looked at the NCAA tournament bracket when his wife called and his two kids texted him. If West Virginia, where Hahn has worked the past eight years for coach Bob Huggins, beat Buffalo in Friday’s Round of 64 game at...
  • Three-Point Record Important To Mosqueda-Lewis

    Three-Point Record Important To Mosqueda-Lewis
    STORRS — Although the team goal of winning a 10th national championship is foremost in her mind, UConn senior Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis readily admits that she hopes to leave one more statistical remembrance of her All-America career before it all...
  • DePaul women could mean trouble for Notre Dame in NCAA tournament

    DePaul women could mean trouble for Notre Dame in NCAA tournament
    SOUTH BEND, Ind. — The DePaul women's basketball team had Notre Dame on the ropes when the teams met Dec. 10 in Chicago. The Blue Demons had an eight-point lead with barely six minutes left. They might have won if top player Brittany Hrynko had...
  • College basketball is broken; here's a repair manual, in five chapters

    College basketball is broken; here's a repair manual, in five chapters
    It's easy to criticize the state of college basketball. The sport has been so thoroughly damaged it's a wonder it hasn't spawned conspiracy theories. The best players don't stay with their teams for more than a year, the action has been slowed to a...
  • 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....
  • 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...
  • 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 Fly: Yale's Defense Faces Challenge In BU's Eichel

    On The Fly: Yale's Defense Faces Challenge In BU's Eichel
    Who better to try to shut down Jack Eichel, the best player in college hockey, and Boston University than goalie Alex Lyon and his Yale teammates, who form the best defense in the nation? Yale made the 16-team NCAA Tournament field and will open against...
  • Effort, Unselfishness Are The Keys To UConn's Success

    Effort, Unselfishness Are The Keys To UConn's Success
    STORRS — At the core of UConn's success over the last 25 seasons has been the depth of its talent and the ingenuity of its coaches. Nothing in the history of women's college basketball can approach it. But even that isn't enough to explain how one...