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NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Tournament

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  • More Than Anything, Geno Demands Sweat From UConn Women

    More Than Anything, Geno Demands Sweat From UConn Women
    NASHVILLE — Large margins of victory have been commonplace for the UConn women this season, bringing them to the Final Four in Nashville unbeaten and essentially unchallenged. Yet, just as common is this: No matter how large the UConn lead might...
  • Women's Notebook: Auriemma, Notre Dame's McBride Have Shared A Huddle

    — After competing against him for three years and beating his team more frequently than anyone else in recent history, Notre Dame's Kayla McBride was somewhat at a loss in the huddle at USA Basketball camp listening to national coach Geno Auriemma....
  • Stewart AP Player Of Year; Joins Dolson, Hartley On WBCA Team

    — Saturday wasn't the first time the UConn women's basketball team has had three All-Americans in one season. In 2009, Tina Charles, Maya Moore and Renee Montgomery all made what was then the State Farm/Kodak All-America team. In 2002, Sue Bird,...
  • Frese balances family and basketball as she steers Terps back to Final Four

    COLLEGE PARK — Brenda Frese will be the first to tell you she sometimes trampled through life, so intent on the goals ahead that she didn't necessarily worry about the bruised feelings left in her wake. If she wanted something, she took it, a...
  • UConn Women Struggling With Their Three-Point Shooting

    UConn Women Struggling With Their Three-Point Shooting
    NASHVILLE – Geno Auriemma has made it known throughout the years that the three-point shot is one of his favorite weapons. But for about the past week, it hasn't been a favorite of his team. After a 4 of 15 performance behind the arc against...
  • UConn's Dominance Shows It Deserves A Bigger Stage

    UConn's Dominance Shows It Deserves A Bigger Stage
    NASHVILLE — Numbers are thrown around faster than crumpled up brackets this time of year. Call it one-and-done or, as John Calipari, with the propriety of a snake oil salesman, calls it, "succeed and proceed." Whatever term you choose, Kentucky will...
  • NCAA championship games held a special place for John Wooden

    Monday night's NCAA tournament final between Kentucky and Connecticut marks 50 seasons since UCLA's first basketballĀ championship -- a title the Bruins might not have won if not for the cheerleaders. In his book, "Wooden: A Coach's Life," Seth Davis...
  • Big Date For UConn-ND, But One Will End Up With Ugly Blemish

    Big Date For UConn-ND, But One Will End Up With Ugly Blemish
    NASHVILLE — It is a sport that appears to struggle with its identity and direction, one prone to frequent course shifts in the effort to find its place in a world that doesn't pay much attention to women's college basketball. Tuesday will not be...
  • After A Season Of Doubts, Believe In The UConn Men

    ARLINGTON, Texas — The horn sounded inside the oversized football stadium at 11:18 p.m. Eastern time and the underdogs embraced on the court, celebrating amid confetti and cheers. The most improbable ending to the most improbable season unfolded...
  • Huskies Climbed To Top Of World One Step At A Time

    Huskies Climbed To Top Of World One Step At A Time
    ARLINGTON, Texas — They took the stairs. They took them one step at a time. They took them one by one when there wasn't anything to play for last season and they were the pariahs of the NCAA. They took them one step at a time even after Louisville...
  • Another Hall of Fame class without Lefty

    The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced another induction class Monday, an occasion for both pride and puzzlement in our little corner of the world. Alonzo Mourning will be enshrined, and rightfully so. The Chesapeake native was a shot-...