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NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament

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  • Erik Etherly powers Loyola to winningest season

    Erik Etherly powers Loyola to winningest season
    Erik Etherly knows something about renewing old relationships. Though too young to remember the details of his parents' divorce when he was a year old, the Loyola University basketball player is still amazed at the fact that they remarried when he was 14....
  • NCAA tournament-bound Greyhounds reveling in 'a great game for Loyola'

    NCAA tournament-bound Greyhounds reveling in 'a great game for Loyola'
    Less than 24 hours after winning the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament and securing its first NCAA tournament berth since 1994, the Loyola men's basketball team arrived at BWI-Marshall Airport this morning looking tired and happy following its...
  • Loyola men beat Niagara, 86-73, will play Siena next

    Loyola men beat Niagara, 86-73, will play Siena next
    Loyola entered what coach Jimmy Patsos called "part 3" of its season Saturday night; and the Greyhounds, already the most-successful team in the school's Division I history, did it well. "We went and played a tough non-conference schedule and we did well...
  • Jimmy Patsos: 3 Loyola assistants are 'guys who know the business'

    Jimmy Patsos: 3 Loyola assistants are 'guys who know the business'
    There was a moment in last Monday's Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament final against Fairfield when Loyola coach Jimmy Patsos stared for several seconds toward the court during a television timeout, holding his two index fingers close...
  • Loyola's Dylon Cormier proud to be a 'hometown hero'

    Loyola's Dylon Cormier proud to be a 'hometown hero'
    Jimmy Patsos can pinpoint the day when his Loyola basketball team began its ascent that ultimately brought the Greyhounds to the brink of the school's first NCAA tournament appearance in 18 years. It came two days after New Year's last season, during a...
  • Maryland falls to Notre Dame in Elite 8

    Maryland falls to Notre Dame in Elite 8
    RALEIGH, N.C. -- The Maryland women's team buried itself with another big deficit Tuesday night against Notre Dame in the NCAA tournament regional final here at PNC Arena. Unlike defending national champion Texas A&M, the fourth-ranked, second-seeded...
  • Maryland students cope with another Williams departure

    Maryland students cope with another Williams departure
    On a warm spring day when the only thing Maryland students would have had to complain about was a strong, gusting wind, the school and basketball program were dealt another shocking blow in as many days. This time, the winds of change carried away coach...
  • First opportunity for Terps' Moseley, last chance for Irish's Mallory

    First opportunity for Terps' Moseley, last chance for Irish's Mallory
    At opposite ends of their college basketball careers, Notre Dame fifth-year senior guard Brittany Mallory and Maryland freshman guard Brene Moseley view Tuesday night's NCAA tournament regional final at PNC Arena through much different eyes. Mallory is...
  • Roundup: Notre Dame sends Terps a warning with rout

    — The Notre Dame women's basketball team sent a quick message to its wannabe Cinderella opponent in Sunday's NCAA tournament game at PNC Arena: Glass slippers are for fairy tales, not for the Sweet 16. The top-seeded Irish bullied their way through...
  • After 25 years, Len Bias' legacy lives on

    After 25 years, Len Bias' legacy lives on
    In 2009, former Maryland basketball coach Lefty Driesell received a puzzling phone call. C.J. Leslie — a high school player recruited by Kentucky, Connecticut and other powerhouse programs — introduced himself and said he wanted to learn...
  • Another March Madness with no college hoops game in sight

    Another March Madness with no college hoops game in sight
    March Madness kicked off today, but for gamers, it's a sad reminder that for two and a half years, nobody has bothered to capture this exciting month of sports in a video game. College athletics is in a tumultuous time, with increasing pressure to...
  • Maryland hires Texas A&M coach Mark Turgeon

    Maryland hires Texas A&M coach Mark Turgeon
    Maryland on Monday night hired Texas A&M coach Mark Turgeon -- a Larry Brown disciple at Kansas who has been likened to Gary Williams -- to replace Williams as men's basketball coach. Turgeon, 46, was hired after being interviewed by athletic director...