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  • Goodson, Taylor honored

    UC Irvine junior CoCo Goodson has been named first-team All-American by the National Soccer Coaches Assn. of America. Anteaters' senior Tanya Taylor is a third-team honoree. The duo are the first women's soccer players in the 27-year history of the...
  • Keeping up with ... Young's Dwayne Curtis

    Keeping up with ...  Young's Dwayne Curtis
    In his four previous college basketball seasons, Dwayne Curtis has grown tired of watching others compete in the NCAA Tournament. But as the anchor of an Ole Miss squad that reeled off 13 straight wins to open this season, the former Whitney Young...
  • Keeping up with ... Evanston's Mark Hulse

    Keeping up with ...  Evanston's Mark Hulse
    It's probably no surprise to see Mark Hulse shining for the Pepperdine men's volleyball program. It just took awhile to occur. The fact that Hulse's older brother, Tom, ended his career last spring as one of the top blockers in Pepperdine history might...
  • Keeping up with ... Lake Forest's Drew Eberly

    Keeping up with ...  Lake Forest's Drew Eberly
    Ohio State senior Drew Eberly has always played tennis at the highest level. He was one of the Midwest's top junior players as a teenager and one of the top players in Illinois when he played a big role in consecutive state team championships in 2003-...
  • Keeping up with ... Hersey's Katie Janonis

    Keeping up with ...  Hersey's Katie Janonis
    Have you heard the one about the collegiate diver who's afraid of heights? Illinois State senior Katie Janonis has. And as ironic as it seems, the Hersey High School graduate has shed this unique occupational hazard well enough to become arguably the...
  • Keeping up with ... West Chicago's Jackie Vavrek

    Keeping up with ...  West Chicago's Jackie Vavrek
    Jackie Vavrek was eight years old. "I won the 25 (yard) freestyle without having to take a breath and I thought that was really fun," said Vavrek, now a senior two-time All-American for Wisconsin. "I always enjoyed swimming but that was when I really...
  • Gators and Seminoles win big on Selection Sunday

    Gators and Seminoles win big on Selection Sunday
    It was a sweet Selection Sunday for Florida and Florida State. The Gators and Seminoles saw their names flash on the screen during the live broadcast of the NCAA Tournament field on CBS. For others, the day was filled with disappointment. Mississippi...
  • Notre Dame, Brigham Young make the grades in 'March Madness of the Minds'

    Notre Dame, Brigham Young make the grades in 'March Madness of the Minds'
    The NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament can be a frustrating experience for fans trying to predict the 65-team bracket. With 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 different combinations of results for predicting a perfect bracket (according to mathematicians), it's far...
  • NCAA Championship Capsule: UConn Vs. Stanford

    Site: Alamodome, San Antonio Time: 8:30 p.m. TV: ESPN (Dave O'Brien, Doris Burke, Rebecca Lobo, Holly Rowe) Radio: WTIC-AM 1080 (Bob Joyce, Kara Wolters) Series history: Tied, 5-5 Last meeting: UConn, 80-68, Dec. 23, 2009, XL Center, Hartford...
  • UConn Women Thrash Iowa State; Huskies Move On To Elite Eight

    UConn Women Thrash Iowa State; Huskies Move On To Elite Eight
    This is as close to " Hoosiers" as UConn had come this season — old-time Midwest arena against an opponent with old-school attributes intent on administering the old-fashioned upset. But Sunday's Sweet 16 game against Iowa State wasn't a movie. And...
  • John Wooden dies at 99; UCLA basketball coach won 10 national titles

    John Wooden dies at 99; UCLA basketball coach won 10 national titles
    John Wooden, the UCLA basketball coach who became an icon of American sports while guiding the Bruins to an unprecedented 10 national championships in the 1960s and '70s and remained in the spotlight during retirement with his "Pyramid of Success"...