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NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Tournament

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  • Rutgers Goes Deep To Beat Seton Hall

    STORRS — The scouting report on the Rutgers women's basketball team was not complicated. The Scarlet Knights had good size and would score in the paint. The three-point shot was simply not part of their arsenal this season, so there was no reason...
  • On The Air Saturday

    AUTO RACING 10:30 a.m.: United SportsCar Series, Sebring International Raceway. FS1 12:30 p.m.: NASCAR XFINITY Series: Fontana, Qualifying. FS1 2:30 p.m.: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: Auto Club 400, Final Practice. FS1 4 p.m.: NASCAR XFINITY Series:...
  • Obama Watches Princeton Women Start NCAA Tourney Right

    The Princeton women's basketball team remained unbeaten, opening the NCAA Tournament with an 80-70 win over Green Bay Saturday in College Park, Md. The No. 9 seed Tigers may be shaping up as America's Team in this tournament, so why not have America's...
  • Saturday's local interest college basketball roundup: JMU, Liberty women ousted in NCAA first round

    The two teams from Virginia in this year's NCAA women's tournament -- both assigned to Chapel Hill, N.C. -- were competitive but unable to pull out any victories. Ameryst Alston scored 28 points as Ohio State held off pesky James Madison 90-80...
  • Miami an 11 seed? Iowa coach Lisa Bluder's not buying it

    Miami an 11 seed? Iowa coach Lisa Bluder's not buying it
    The Hurricanes as an 11-seed in the NCAA Tournament? Iowa’s Lisa Bluder isn’t buying it. Bluder, a 31-year veteran, had nothing but high praise for Miami on Saturday ahead of the teams’ second-round NCAA Tournament matchup, set for...
  • UM women upset sixth-seeded Washington in NCAA Tourney

    UM women upset sixth-seeded Washington in NCAA Tourney
    The Hurricanes entered the NCAA Tournament a bubble team, an 11 seed that many basketball experts said seemingly snuck in and grabbed one of the last four at-large berths available. Miami coach Katie Meier and her players never believed they should be...
  • NCAA faces empty seats at women's basketball tournament

    NCAA faces empty seats at women's basketball tournament
    University of Maryland sophomore Lexie Brown has visited dozens of basketball arenas but had never experienced a din like the one created by 14,000 bellowing, stomping, red-and-black-clad Louisville Cardinals fans who "made their floor shake" during an...
  • St. Francis Should Have Its Hands Full With Well-Rested UConn

    St. Francis Should Have Its Hands Full With Well-Rested UConn
    STORRS — Being a student athlete is tough enough for most kids without the added pressure placed on those who play women's basketball for UConn. Accomplishments considered historic by some, like Saturday's first NCAA Tournament game ever for St....
  • DePaul advances to meet Notre Dame in second round of NCAA tournament

     DePaul advances to meet Notre Dame in second round of NCAA tournament
    SOUTH BEND — The holes that the DePaul women's basketball team dug itself into kept getting deeper and deeper. The Blue Demons were down by eight early in the game, 11 at halftime and 15 five minutes into the second half against Minnesota. But...
  • On The Air Friday

    AUTO RACING 3 p.m.: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: Auto Club 400, practice. FS1 4:30 p.m.: NASCAR XFINITY Series: Fontana, practice. FS1 6 p.m.: NASCAR XFINITY Series: Fontana, final practice. FS1 7:30 p.m.: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: Auto Club 400...
  • March Miffness Has Taken Over

    March Miffness Has Taken Over
    I'm not feeling March. I usually get pretty fired up in March what with winter ending (in theory), St. Patrick's Day, and of course, the NCAA tournaments. But not this year. I not only am untouched by March Madness, I'm not even the slightest bit...