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NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament

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  • Loyola's Charley Toomey won't lobby for No. 1 seed in NCAA tournament

    With No. 2 Notre Dame getting upended by St. John’s, 8-7, in Thursday’s semifinal of the Big East tournament, it would seem that the competition for the top overall seed in the NCAA tournament involves No. 1 Massachusetts (14-0), No. 3...
  • Loyola enjoying perch atop NCAA tournament field

    The NCAA selection committee’s decision to award the No. 1 seed to Loyola for the upcoming NCAA tournament was only the third time the program had received the top overall seed and first since 1999. Coach Charley Toomey said the No. 1 seed was a...
  • First impressions of opponents from Loyola, Johns Hopkins and Maryland

    Due to deadlines, my conversations with Loyola coach Charley Toomey, Johns Hopkins coach Dave Pietramala and Maryland coach John Tillman were relatively brief. But here are their initial impressions of their opponents in the first round of the upcoming...
  • Morgan State suspends men's basketball coach Todd Bozeman indefinitely

    Morgan State suspends men's basketball coach Todd Bozeman indefinitely
    Morgan State men's basketball coach Todd Bozeman said Sunday night that he has been suspended with pay by athletic director Floyd Kerr as a result of an incident toward the end of the team's road victory at South Carolina State on Saturday. Bozeman...
  • Penn State left with questions about being left out of NCAA tournament

    Penn State left with questions about being left out of NCAA tournament
    Straight from the “What else is new” department, Penn State was severely disappointed by the selection committee’s decision to exclude the Nittany Lions from the 16-team NCAA tournament, which was unveiled late Sunday night. And 12...
  • ACC expansion will change Maryland-Duke rivalry

    ACC expansion will change Maryland-Duke rivalry
    When Maryland visits Cameron Indoor Stadium on Saturday, there is bound to be at least one chant from the Duke students downplaying the basketball history between the two schools. "Not our rivals," clap, clap, clap, clap, clap. "Not our rivals," clap,...
  • Q&A with NCAA selection committee chair Tony Seaman

    Q&A with NCAA selection committee chair Tony Seaman
    Tony Seaman compiled a record of 263-166 in 30 years as a head coach at Johns Hopkins, Towson, Penn and C.W. Post. In one of his many current roles, he serves to chair the selection committee tasked with filling out the 16-team field for the upcoming NCAA...
  • Part two of Q&A with ESPN's Quint Kessenich

    Part two of Q&A with ESPN's Quint Kessenich
    ESPN analyst Quint Kessenich was in the network’s studio in Charlotte, N.C., where he helped provide coverage of the 16-team field in the NCAA tournament Sunday night. In the second part of a Q&A, the former Johns Hopkins All-American goalkeeper,...
  • Morgan State officials to meet today about Todd Bozeman's future

    Morgan State officials to meet today about Todd Bozeman's future
    A series of meetings today at Morgan State will likely determine the future of men's basketball coach Todd Bozeman. They also might determine the future of the program. Bozeman, who was put on paid administrative leave Sunday night following an incident...
  • Surprising development headlines first-round contest between Goucher, Washington

    A first-round game in the NCAA tournament pitting Goucher and Washington had a little spice added when the selection committee elected to award the latter team with the right to play host Wednesday afternoon. The Gophers, who are ranked No. 10 in the...
  • Coppin State set to induct inaugural Hall of Fame athletics class

    Coppin State set to induct inaugural Hall of Fame athletics class
    Cornflakes and water, Joe Pace recalled, was sometimes all he had to eat. Even if a hardscrabble existence hardly seemed to fit the profile of perhaps the best there ever was at Coppin State, there were always lean days in college for the big man with the...
  • Terps' road to NCAA tournament? 'Four wins in Atlanta'

    Terps' road to NCAA tournament? 'Four wins in Atlanta'
    Mark Turgeon had been talking Monday about how he had no true point guard, how his team couldn't finish games, how his center was reluctant to shoot, and how his post players have been maddeningly inconsistent. So when the Maryland coach was asked...