RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament

A collection of news and information related to NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament published by this site and its partners.

Top NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament Articles

Displaying items 37-48
  • UCF, USF to resume men's hoops series during 2012-13 season

    UCF, USF to resume men's hoops series during 2012-13 season
    UCF and USF will wait until the Knights formally join the Big East in 2013 to resume the War on I-4, but the men’s basketball programs are resuming their rivalry series a year early. UCF will open its season at USF Nov. 10, the first contest in the...
  • March Madness: Distracted workers, illegal gambling, loss of sleep

    March Madness: Distracted workers, illegal gambling, loss of sleep
    March Madness starts this week and there’s a lot of money at stake, including more than $1 billion in wages paid to distracted workers and $2.5 billion in illegal bets. The NCAA basketball tournament will suck 90 minutes out of each workday for 2.5...
  • Soccer | Alberts' goal lifts Fenwick over Lane

    With his wife expecting their first child any day, Lane boys soccer coach Andrew Ricks didn't need additional stress in his life Thursday afternoon in River Forest. Unfortunately for Ricks and his squad, Fenwick added some strain during its 1-0 victory...
  • Florida's Donovan Knows There Is More To UConn Than Napier

    Florida's Donovan Knows There Is More To UConn Than  Napier
    ARLINGTON, Texas — In the national perception, UConn begins with Shabazz Napier, and ends with Shabazz Napier. And in between, well, there's a whole lot of Shabazz Napier. But those with the task of beating the Huskies know differently. "Shabazz...
  • Waterloo Gibault wins third consecutive state championship

    Last season, Justin Billmeyer was a junior varsity player at a high school in St. Louis. Saturday he walked off the field at North Central College carrying the Class A state championship trophy for Waterloo Gibault. The senior scored twice and tallied in...
  • March Madness: An 'out-of-body experience' for Coastal Carolina coach

    A strange thing happened to Cliff Ellis in the minutes after the Coastal Carolina men’s basketball team earned an NCAA tournament berth with Sunday’s victory in the Big South tournament. Emotion welled up in the coach and, for a moment,...
  • Rochester rolls into semis

    After a third-place finish last year, Rochester had no intentions of going home after the Class A state quarterfinals. The Rockets made their case emphatically clear when they set a tournament record, tied another and advanced with little drama in a 4-0...
  • Thursday's local interest college basketball roundup: Norfolk State pulls away to reach MEAC men's semis; Southern Miss ousts Lady Monarchs in C-USA

    Men: MEAC: In the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference tournament at Norfolk Scope Arena, Pendarvis Williams poured in 20 points as No. 4 seed Norfolk State beat No. 5 Savannah State 57-47 Friday night to reach a semifinal Friday against No. 1 seed N.C....
  • UConn Shows Heart The Size Of Texas

    ARLINGTON, Texas — On the grandest stage of all, the UConn men's basketball team grabbed the spotlight and sent an emphatic message to the rest of the country. The program left for dead in the wake of conference realignment isn't just alive, it's...
  • Florida Proud Of Its Season

    ARLINGTON, Texas — Florida carried the weight of expectations into this NCAA Tournament, and especially into the Final Four. A 30-game winning streak will do that. Ultimately, the Gators were unable to bear that weight, not to mention UConn's...
  • NCAA Final Four: James Young contributes to Kentucky's winning ways

    NCAA Final Four: James Young contributes to Kentucky's winning ways
    ARLINGTON, Texas -- Kentucky's James Young kept his fellow freshmen in the game, his grit on defense only overshadowed by his scoring spurts that answered every salvo from Wisconsin. Turns out that Kentucky Coach John Calipari wants even more from the...
  • 2004 boys All-State soccer team

    First team FORWARDS Mike McCormack, sr., Downers Grove South Starred in the spotlight with big-time goals, including state-title game-winner. Scored in six of seven playoff games, assisted in the other. Tribune's tournament MVP. Looking at EIU, WIU,...