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NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament

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  • Fang Mitchell gets three more years with Coppin

    Fang Mitchell gets three more years with Coppin
    At 5 o'clock on a fall morning in 2009, Coppin State University basketball coach Fang Mitchell drove then-sophomore Michael Harper to the hospital for surgery on his wrist. Harper, from Milwaukee, appreciated the show of support — then and now....
  • Williams says goodbye, coaching search heats up

    Williams says goodbye, coaching search heats up
    Gary Williams retired after 22 basketball seasons at Maryland as new details emerged Friday about the school's efforts to keep him, and athletic department officials moved quickly in the search for his successor. Maryland's short list includes Arizona...
  • Former Winters Mill standout named Division III lacrosse player of the year

    Former Winters Mill standout named Division III lacrosse player of the year
    Jimmy Dailey didn't enter the collegiate lacrosse world from a prestigious private school program. But when he closed his college career last month, the Winters Mill High School graduate left with one of the highest honors in the sport. The Stevenson...
  • With Maryland job comes many challenges — and much opportunity

    With Maryland job comes many challenges — and much opportunity
    There is that marvelous recruiting base that runs the length of the Baltimore-Washington corridor. There is the stunning arena, the Comcast Center, where kids — young men — get to play in a pro setting. Now there is the tradition that Gary...
  • Miller watch on after meeting with Anderson

    Miller watch on after meeting with Anderson
    Maryland fans waited Saturday night to see if the initial interest between the school and Arizona's Sean Miller would lead to the Wildcats' basketball coach being hired to succeed Gary Williams. Maryland believed its search to replace the retiring...
  • Towson's Seaman, Navy's Meade resign

    Towson's Seaman, Navy's Meade resign
    Selection Sunday was followed by Manic Monday. Less than 24 hours after the unveiling of the 16-team field for the upcoming NCAA tournament, the men's lacrosse programs at Towson and Navy parted ways with their head coaches. In a span of less than three...
  • Brotherly advice for Morris twins

    LAWRENCE, Kan. — One of the more telling moments from the Morris twins' three years at Kansas happened in March in the first half of an NCAA tournament game against Illinois. The game was tight, and neither team had found its footing. The ball...
  • Turgeon hire gets high marks from national analysts

    Turgeon hire gets high marks from national analysts
    By all accounts, Mark Turgeon is a skilled recruiter, a demanding coach and a valued leader. Four NCAA tournament appearances in four years at Texas A&M — football country — endorse that profile of Maryland's new basketball coach. But can...
  • The upset that wasn't

    The upset that wasn't
    Since my colleagues can elaborate on the Ravens, I'll offer up some memories from this past college lacrosse season. Maryland's return to prominence was uplifting, while downturns for Johns Hopkins and Navy (in the eyes of those respective programs)...
  • Maryland men must make a statement against Virginia Tech

    Maryland men must make a statement against Virginia Tech
    With their NCAA tournament window rapidly sliding shut, the Terps need a win over the Virginia Tech Hokies tonight to prevent it from slamming on their fingers. The Terps are 0-8 against teams in the RPI top 50, and their signature win was a two-point...
  • With injury behind her, Mincy is living up to Terps' hopes

    Maryland women's basketball coach Brenda Frese was evaluating sophomore guard Laurin Mincy the other day when she referred to the Terrapins' game against Florida State last year. The 72-66 loss wound up being Maryland's sixth to last game during a...
  • Amid coaching changes, ACC is rebuilding

    Amid coaching changes, ACC is rebuilding
    The Atlantic Coast Conference has always had a reputation for being a top-heavy basketball league, especially when its top two teams, North Carolina and Duke, were significantly better than their competition. As ACC play begins this weekend, there is a...