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  • 25 years after it happened, Hank Gathers' death still brings a shudder

    On this, the 25th anniversary of the death of Hank Gathers, near midcourt in Gersten Pavilion at Loyola Marymount, before a packed house and during yet another LMU basketball victory rampage, we shall leave it to Erik Spoelstra to summarize the moment....
  • Gary basketball players have left their mark on the college and pro game

    Gary basketball players have left their mark on the college and pro game
    Doing what I could to avoid snowflakes and relentless wind chills, I locked myself in a cozy office over the weekend and attacked a protesting Asus computer to research the impact Gary athletes have had on college ad NBA hoops. Growing fascination...
  • Collinsworth leads BYU over No. 3 Gonzaga 73-70

    Kyle Collinsworth believes BYU is peaking at the right time. Collinsworth scored 20 points as the Cougars beat No. 3 Gonzaga 73-70 on Saturday night, ending the Bulldogs' school-record 22-game winning streak and perhaps costing them a No. 1 seed in the...
  • BYU upsets Zags, 73-70

    SPOKANE, Wash. The unthinkable happened to third-ranked Gonzaga on Senior Night, as a scrappy, small Brigham Young basketball team came into the McCarthey Athletic Center and stunned the Zags, 73-70. With BYU ahead, 71-68, Tyler Haws missed a pair of...
  • Gonzaga cruises by San Diego, 59-39

    SPOKANE, Wash. As February funnels toward March, and San Diego visited Gonzaga here Thursday night, the No. 3-ranked Zags might have been reminded of an old late-season truism: Haters gonna hate. And the Zags' gave them considerable material in a 59-39...
  • College baseball preview: UCLA seeks to rebound from last year

    College baseball preview: UCLA seeks to rebound from last year
    UCLA pitcher James Kaprielian has taken note, as have his teammates. The Bruins open the college baseball season Friday as the highest-ranked team west of the Pecos. UCLA is rated No. 10 by Collegiate Baseball and No. 11 by Baseball America. Six of...
  • Cyle Larin remains top MLS SuperDraft prospect, but Aaron Simmons is among potential hidden gems

    Cyle Larin remains top MLS SuperDraft prospect, but Aaron Simmons is among potential hidden gems
    LAUDERHILL — After six days of games and interviews, Major League Soccer team officials are boarding planes from South Florida to Philadelphia hoping they have a better idea of which players can make a difference at the pro level. Identifying...
  • Latest Batch Of College Basketball's Non-Power Contenders

    Every March they become the nation's darlings. This year, a host of stalwarts aren't waiting nearly that long to establish themselves as contenders — either for their own, non-power conferences or possibly the Final Four after another round of...
  • UCLA faces a Gonzaga basketball team that now can't escape expectations

    UCLA faces a Gonzaga basketball team that now can't escape expectations
    Dan Monson is the basketball coach at Long Beach State, but he still fields phone calls from athletic directors and coaches around the nation wanting to know about Gonzaga. Or, more specifically, how have the Bulldogs done it? How did Gonzaga pivot...
  • College Update: Glendale Community College's Grace Zamudio closes out decorated cross-country career

    College Update: Glendale Community College's Grace Zamudio closes out decorated cross-country career
    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Grace Zamudio (Glendale Community College, 2013) Loyola Marymount University cross-country senior: In her final cross-country race for the Lions, Zamudio delivered, finishing 17th at...
  • Orlando Classic: Kansas, Michigan State roll; Marquette's Matt Carlino sets record with 38 points

    Orlando Classic: Kansas, Michigan State roll; Marquette's Matt Carlino sets record with 38 points
    Both No. 11 Kansas and No. 20 Michigan State rolled to opening-round victories in the ninth annual Orlando Classic on Thanksgiving day, but it was the performance of Marquette guard Matt Carlino that stole the show. Carlino set a tournament single-...