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  • NCAA nap time: You snooze, you win

    NCAA nap time: You snooze, you win
    CLEVELAND — On Thursday night at Quicken Loans Arena, Notre Dame, West Virginia, Wichita State and Kentucky will play their biggest games of the season in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament. But if you were to check on the players a few hours...
  • In loss to Virginia, Holden Cattoni flashes form of 2014 for Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse

    In loss to Virginia, Holden Cattoni flashes form of 2014 for Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse
    In Saturday’s 16-15 overtime loss to No. 8 Virginia, the leading goal scorer for Johns Hopkins wasn’t attackmen Ryan Brown, Wells or Shack Stanwick or midfielder Joel Tinney. Holden Cattoni paced the No. 20 Blue Jays (3-5) with a career...
  • U.Va.'s bitter disappointment over abrupt conclusion to season tempered by bright future

    U.Va.'s bitter disappointment over abrupt conclusion to season tempered by bright future
    His No. 32 jersey still clinging to his skin, London Perrantes didn't want to take it off. After Virginia's 60-54 NCAA tournament loss Sunday to Michigan State, he knew he was wearing it for the last time this season. It was all coming to an end too...
  • Tuesday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Georgetown's shutout is Virginia's third consecutive baseball defeat

    Baseball: A.C. Carter hit a home run in the fourth inning Tuesday as visiting Georgetown (9-10) shut out Virginia 1-0, handing the Cavaliers (14-8) their third straight loss. Simon Mathews (2-2) pitched five no-hit innings for the win. ... Norfolk...
  • NCAA tournament Week 1 is hardly garden-variety as seeds get scattered

    This year's NCAA field was not trimmed, from 68 to 16, as much as it was hacked with garden shears. The East saw its top seedlings turned into compost. ------------ FOR THE RECORD: NCAA tournament: In the March 23 Sports section, a column about Week 1...
  • Three No. 1 seeds , including unbeaten Kentucky, still alive

    When the NCAA Tournament reaches the Sweet 16, that means there are only 15 games left to decide a national champion. Kentucky needs to win four of those games to become the first undefeated champion since Indiana in 1976. The Wildcats improved to 36-0...
  • A look at the NCAA's Sweet 16 matchups

    After upsets galore on Thursday, the NCAA Tournament has arrived at the Sweet 16 without any small-conference Cinderellas. Fourteen of the teams that will be playing on the second weekend are from power conferences, led by a record-tying five teams...
  • Virginia's Tony Bennett wins USBWA national coach of year honors; ninth coach to win it twice

    Virginia's Tony Bennett wins USBWA national coach of year honors; ninth coach to win it twice
    Virginia’s Tony Bennett joined a small club of coaches Monday when he was awarded the national coach of the year award by the United States Basketball Writers Association for a second time in his career. Bennett is one of only nine coaches to...
  • Virginia's Darion Atkins issues apology for comments he made during NCAA tournament

    Virginia's Darion Atkins issues apology for comments he made during NCAA tournament
    Virginia forward Darion Atkins saw his career come to an end Sunday in frustrating fashion in a 60-54 loss to Michigan State in the NCAA tournament, but he issued a statement Monday apologizing for comments made during the tournament. Atkins, a 6-foot-8...
  • Five regional semifinalists sweet, but ACC needs to end Final Four drought

    Five regional semifinalists sweet, but ACC needs to end Final Four drought
    Absent remarkable stamina, a forgiving boss, Dan Patrick’s man cave and Jerry Lucas’ memory, absorbing the NCAA tournament’s 48-games-in-four days opening salvo borders on impossible. You simply need some time to process it all before...
  • Deuces fall: Kansas, Virginia picked off Sweet 16 path

    Jahlil Okafor powered Duke into the Sweet 16. No such luck for a pair of No. 2 seeds in Kansas and Virginia. Kansas lost to Wichita State in a victory for an upstart school thirsting for a shot against the Jayhawks. And Michigan State continued its March...