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  • In 'Requiem for the Big East,' the wrong kind of March Madness

    In 'Requiem for the Big East,' the wrong kind of March Madness
    NEW YORK —   Any college basketball fan worth their bracket fee will recall the many glorious years of the Big East, from the colorful '80's teams of John Thompson and Lou Carnesecca to, in recent years, the highly competitive games between the...
  • A Look At George Blaney

    A Look At George Blaney
    After three seasons as coach of Seton Hall in the mid-1990s, George Blaney returned to the Big East in the 2001-02 season as an assistant at UConn and has been Jim Calhoun's right-hand man since, stepping in for the Hall of Fame coach on several...
  • Saturday's college multi-sport roundup: Tribe dominates Monarchs in men's soccer

    Men’s soccer: William and Mary beat Old Dominion for the second year in a row, dominating the Monarchs 4-0 Saturday night in Norfolk. Jackson Eskay broke through in the fifth minute, and Chris Perez, Chris Albiston and Josh West provided...
  • One-time NU commit Sina picks Seton Hall

    One-time NU commit Sina picks Seton Hall
    Where Fred Hill goes, Jaren Sina follows. Sina originally committed to Northwestern, where Hill was an assistant under Bill Carmody. On the same day Seton Hall announced that Hill would join head coach Kevin Willard’s staff, the 6-foot-1 combo...
  • Tuesday's local college basketball roundup: Hawaii overcomes Norfolk State; CNU women win

    Men: Christian Standhardinger and Garrett Nevels combined for 50 points as Hawaii pulled away from Norfolk State in the second half and won 77-66 in Honolulu. NSU, which went all the way to the westernmost state for just one game, led by one at...
  • Saturday's local interest men's college basketball roundup: CNU snaps slide at three; HU falls; NSU's MEAC streak ends

    Christopher Newport sank 13 3-pointers Saturday to beat Marymount 76-69 at Freeman Center, snapping a three-game skid and ending the Saints’ three-game winning streak. Both teams are 11-4, 4-3 in the Capital Athletic Conference. Tra Benefield...
  • Friday's local interest college basketball roundup: Gill, hot 3-point shooting carry U.Va. past SMU to reach Corpus Christi Challenge final

    Men: Anthony Gill had 19 points and seven rebounds as Virginia survived a stiff challenge from Southern Methodist, winning 76-73 Friday night in the Corpus Christi Challenge in Texas. The Cavaliers (6-1) will play for the championship at 9 p.m. Saturday...
  • Virginia earns fourth-ever No. 1 seed in NCAA men's basketball tournament

    Virginia earns fourth-ever No. 1 seed in NCAA men's basketball tournament
    GREENSBORO, N.C. — After winning the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament championship Sunday against Duke in Greensboro, Virginia's day got sweeter on the side of the road in Danville when it learned it earned a top seed in the NCAA tournament....
  • NCAA tournament preview: East Region

    NCAA tournament preview: East Region
    1 Virginia (28-6, ACC champion) vs. 16 Coastal Carolina (21-12, Big South champion) Virginia must prove it deserves a No. 1 seed, even after beating Duke in the ACC tournament Sunday. Winning big over the Chanticleers would be a good start. 8...
  • Warren lifts NC State to win, trip to Orlando

    Warren lifts NC State to win, trip to Orlando
    DAYTON, Ohio — Sophomore guard T.J. Warren scored 25 points and guard Ralston Turner added 17, lifting North Carolina State to a 74-59 victory over Xavier in a first-round NCAA Tournament game between No. 12 seeds on Tuesday night at the...
  • Camp, Calhoun And Auriemma Stand Above All Other Coaches

    Camp, Calhoun And Auriemma Stand Above All Other Coaches
    A decade ago, on a bleak March day in 2004, Geno Auriemma sat down in a blue plastic chair inside the gray hallways of Gampel Pavilion and began to chat with the basketball writers who were finishing their day's work. The coach was a month from...