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  • 6 reasons you should watch the women's NCAA tourney

    6 reasons you should watch the women's NCAA tourney
    Hey, college basketball fans from Illinois, are you still moping about not having any teams in the NCAA tournament? Just stop it already. If you could tear yourself away from the men's tournament for a minute—your bracket is probably busted...
  • Blast to host Flash on Friday in opener of MASL finals

    Blast to host Flash on Friday in opener of MASL finals
    The Blast will begin the Major Arena Soccer League finals by hosting the Monterrey Flash at 7:35 p.m. Friday at Royal Farms Arena. Game 2 and a Game 3 15-minute minigame, if necessary, will be played at Monterrey on Sunday at 6 p.m. The Blast advanced...
  • UCLA was a lock for NCAA tournament, if only for entertainment value

    UCLA was a lock for NCAA tournament, if only for entertainment value
    Amid all the forehead slaps and fainting spells surrounding UCLA’s invitation to this year’s NCAA basketball tournament, everyone seems to be forgetting something. As long it wins 20 games and keeps that little pyramid sewn to its jerseys,...
  • Roundup: Bucknell upsets No. 12 Brown, 10-9, in men's lacrosse

    Roundup: Bucknell upsets No. 12 Brown, 10-9, in men's lacrosse
    Thomas Flibotte scored the game-winner 2:15 into overtime as Bucknell upset No. 12 Brown 10-9, in men's lacrosse Tuesday. The Bison improved to 6-2 and the Bears fell to 5-1. Bucknell's defense held the nation's highest-scoring team (17.6 goals per...
  • UConn Women Could Meet Old Friends In NCAA Tournament

    UConn Women Could Meet Old Friends In NCAA Tournament
    The road to the Final Four starts in Storrs, runs through Albany, and ends in Tampa, Fla., UConn's destination as it chases another NCAA title. The Huskies are No. 1 in the country and a heavy favorite to cut down the net next month in Tampa, site of...
  • Undefeated Princeton has a tough road ahead in NCAA women's tournament

    Undefeated Princeton has a tough road ahead in NCAA women's tournament
    The NCAA women's basketball tournament field was announced Monday, and usual suspects took the spotlight. Connecticut, the top seed overall, will try for its third consecutive national title. Tennessee, the second-seeded team in the Spokane region,...
  • Q&A with ESPN men's lacrosse analyst Matt Ward

    Q&A with ESPN men's lacrosse analyst Matt Ward
    ESPN analyst Matt Ward provided color analysis for No. 4 Notre Dame’s 11-9 victory over No. 7 Virginia on Saturday. The former Virginia attackman and 2006 Tewaaraton Award winner, who will help cover the Cavaliers’ game at No. 5 and 2014...
  • Harvard Denies Yale's Bid To End 52-Year NCAA Drought

    Harvard Denies Yale's Bid To End 52-Year NCAA Drought
    PHILADELPHIA — The Ivy League basketball playoff was loaded with story lines that took decades to ripen, and then, in a breathless 7.2-second burst, they all came together Saturday afternoon at the 88-year-old Palestra. Harvard's Steve Moundou-...
  • 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...
  • 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....
  • Separating facts and opinions as college lacrosse season's midpoint nears

    Separating facts and opinions as college lacrosse season's midpoint nears
    In Baltimore, at least, the snow has mostly melted and college lacrosse wins and losses and have taken on greater importance after more than a month's worth of games. As we head toward the season's midpoint, trends are beginning to emerge. Here's my...