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  • Ticket Info For UConn NCAA Games

    Ticket sales for the first and second round of the 2015 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament in Storrs will begin on Tuesday. A first-round doubleheader will take place on Saturday in Gampel Pavilion with a second-round game on Monday. The Huskies...
  • NCAA Tournament Tickets On Sale

    Tickets for the first and second round of the 2015 NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament in Storrs will begin on Tuesday. A first-round doubleheader will be played Saturday at Gampel Pavilion with a second round game on Monday. The Huskies play St....
  • Why Virginia still could deserve a No. 1 NCAA tournament seed

    Why Virginia still could deserve a No. 1 NCAA tournament seed
    Amid all the chatter of whether ACC semifinal losses Friday might have cost Virginia and/or Duke No. 1 NCAA tournament seeds, more than one sage acquaintance asked the following: Other than prestige for the program and bragging rights for fans, is there...
  • National lacrosse roundup: Mikey Wynne leads Notre Dame over Virginia

     National lacrosse roundup: Mikey Wynne leads Notre Dame over Virginia
    Mikey Wynne (St. Paul's) scored a game-high five goals, and a big halftime lead helped No. 4 Notre Dame beat No. 7 host Virginia, 11-9, in men's lacrosse Saturday. The Fighting Irish (4-0, 1-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) took a 5-0 lead in the first...
  • Postscript from Binghamton at UMBC men's lacrosse

    Postscript from Binghamton at UMBC men's lacrosse
    Closed-door team meetings are so rare for UMBC that coach Don Zimmerman can recall the program's last one. “The last time we had one of these was in 2008,” he said after the Retrievers had hashed things out for nearly 50 minutes following...
  • Sunday's local roundup: James Madison edges Hofstra 62-56 in CAA title game, earns NCAA berth in women's basketball

    Women’s basketball: Jazmon Gwathmey tallied 17 points and 11 rebounds to lead top-seeded James Madison past third-seeded Hofstra 62-56 in the CAA championship game at Upper Marlboro, Md. Toia Giggetts added 14 points for the Dukes (29-3), who...
  • Virginia's No. 2 NCAA seed neither outrageous nor daunting

     Virginia's No. 2 NCAA seed neither outrageous nor daunting
    Many Virginia basketball faithful are unhappy — thank you, Twitter and email — with the NCAA tournament bracket unveiled Sunday. Two reasons. One is rooted in conference rivalry — loathing seems too strong a word for Lent — the...
  • Yale-Harvard Meet Again, This Time For NCAA Tournament Bid

    Yale-Harvard Meet Again, This Time For NCAA Tournament Bid
    NEW HAVEN — Yale basketball coach James Jones is 51. That sounds ludicrous to him. He has been at Yale 16 years. That makes him shake his head in amusement, too. "Time flies," he said this week while leaning against a wall outside Lee Amphitheater....
  • Even with NCAA bid assured, Terps set sights on winning Big Ten tourney

    Even with NCAA bid assured, Terps set sights on winning Big Ten tourney
    Any uncertainty surrounding the postseason outlook for Maryland's men's basketball team is nearly gone. The eighth-ranked Terps (26-5) enter the Big Ten Conference tournament as the hottest team in the field, having won seven straight, including a...
  • Freshman Aubrey Dawkins rewarding Michigan for giving him a chance

    Freshman Aubrey Dawkins rewarding Michigan for giving him a chance
    Aubrey Dawkins believed he could play at this level. So did his father, Johnny, the former Duke star and head coach at Stanford. But few college coaches were enamored with Dawkins, even though he's 6-foot-6, bright, shoots it well and has a 39-inch...
  • Koenig keys run as No. 6 Badgers beat No. 23 Buckeyes 72-48

    Do-everything center Frank Kaminsky called it a statement game. If that's the case, then the point clearly was: Watch out for Wisconsin. Kaminsky scored 20 points and Bronson Koenig touched off a 16-0 second-half run with two 3-pointers to help the...