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NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament

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  • Navy's DePompeo a specialist in field intelligence

    Navy's DePompeo a specialist in field intelligence
    Working in naval intelligence seems a perfect fit for Jasmine DePompeo's first assignment when she graduates later this month from the Naval Academy. For years, she's seen things on the lacrosse field that others don't pick up on. The playmaker for...
  • Division I lacrosse preview: Johns Hopkins Blue Jays

    Division I lacrosse preview: Johns Hopkins Blue Jays
    Sunday’s entry is the fifth installment of a week-long series taking a look at each of the seven Division I programs in this state according to their order of finish from last season. Check back on Monday for a preview of Maryland, and The Sun&...
  • Terps get engaged in second half, beat Niagara in NIT's first round

    Terps get engaged in second half, beat Niagara in NIT's first round
    COLLEGE PARK – It was growing late in the first half and Maryland trailed Niagara by six points. The sparse, fidgety Comcast Center crowd had to be wondering when and if the Terps would check in mentally for their National Invitation Tournament...
  • Matt Wieters picks Duke to win NCAA title; Duquette likes Louisville

    Matt Wieters picks Duke to win NCAA title; Duquette likes Louisville
    It takes some guts to pick Duke to win the NCAA tournament around these parts, but if anyone has the local clout to get away with it, it's probably Orioles catcher Matt Wieters. Wieters picked Duke on his NCAA bracket as part of a contest the Orioles...
  • Navy relieved to be a No. 15 seed, faces Kentucky in first round

    Navy relieved to be a No. 15 seed, faces Kentucky in first round
    The first cheer erupted among the Navy women's basketball players when they saw that another team would face top-seeded Connecticut in the opening round of the NCAA tournament. The second cheer went up when the Midshipmen saw they weren't going for...
  • With repeat title in sights, Loyola has chance to join elite club

    With repeat title in sights, Loyola has chance to join elite club
    Only five programs have repeated as national champion – most recently in 2009 when Syracuse collected back-to-back NCAA titles. Loyola may have been one of the last teams to earn an at-large berth in the upcoming NCAA tournament, but the team has...
  • Time for Spring things and March Madness [Commentary]

    Today is sort of a bittersweet day for me for as over the past four years, I've been on a golf trip with friends to Myrtle Beach, S.C. That trip, a trip that started today, is still on for 15 or so of the other guys, but myself and a couple others...
  • Former Terps guard Drew Nicholas beginning new career

    Former Terps guard Drew Nicholas beginning new career
    It stands to reason that every die-hard Maryland basketball fan of a certain age remembers where they were 10 years ago Friday. In the first game of their NCAA tournament title defense, the Terps trailed UNC-Wilmington 73-72 in a first-round game in...
  • Lacrosse roundup: Holman, Emala lead UNC to first ACC title since 1996

    Led by Gilman alumnus Marcus Holman, second-seeded North Carolina won its first Atlantic Coast Conference men's lacrosse tournament since 1996 by outlasting Virginia, 16-13, on Sunday in Chapel Hill. The Tar Heels held at least a two-goal lead...
  • Maryland drops out of top five of latest RPI list for second time in three weeks

    For the second time in three weeks, a somewhat surprising loss dropped Maryland out of the top five in the latest Rating Percentage Index list – also known as RPI – released by the NCAA Monday evening. Friday’s 13-6 setback to unranked...
  • Century grad Remenapp setting assist records at Denver

    Century grad Remenapp setting assist records at Denver
    Denver’s Jill Remenapp had no idea she was on her way to a Mountain Pacific Sports Federation record when she handed out nine assists in the No. 15 Pioneers’ 20-9 win over St. Mary’s (Cal.) on Sunday afternoon. “I didn’t...
  • Dave Pietramala insists Johns Hopkins' focus has not swayed from Army

    Dave Pietramala insists Johns Hopkins' focus has not swayed from Army
    In the aftermath of No. 13 Johns Hopkins' devastating 8-4 loss to then-No. 7 Loyola last Saturday, senior defenseman Tucker Durkin said the week of practice leading up to Friday night's contest at Army would be the most important one of the season....