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 97-108
  • Derrick Lewis 'turning the corner' with Archbishop Spalding boys basketball team

    Derrick Lewis 'turning the corner' with Archbishop Spalding boys basketball team
    His players sat silently in the corner of the locker room. Much like he did when he was a player at Maryland more than a quarter century ago, Archbishop Spalding boys basketball coach Derrick Lewis measured his words carefully before speaking. "I lost a...
  • Win over Denver could be crown jewel of Loyola's tournament resume

    Win over Denver could be crown jewel of Loyola's tournament resume
    Reigning national champion Loyola’s showdown with top-ranked Denver this Saturday at Ridley Athletic Complex will probably be the first of two meetings between these Eastern College Athletic Conference rivals and potentially the first of three...
  • Notebook: Atlantic Sun addition suggests NCAA tourney expansion on horizon

    Notebook: Atlantic Sun addition suggests NCAA tourney expansion on horizon
    The Atlantic Sun Conference's addition of men's lacrosse means another automatic qualifier for the 2014 NCAA tournament. And, it means more than half the tournament will be AQs, which is not allowed according to NCAA Bylaw 31.3.4.7.1. The Atlantic Sun's...
  • Q&A with ESPN's Quint Kessenich

    Q&A with ESPN's Quint Kessenich
    ESPN analyst Quint Kessenich provided commentary for No. 7 Syracuse’s 13-12 upset of No. 5 Cornell on Wednesday night and No. 2 Duke’s 19-16 victory over No. 16 Virginia on Friday night. The former Johns Hopkins All-American goalkeeper, who...
  • Johns Hopkins moves into top 20 of latest RPI list

    Johns Hopkins moves into top 20 of latest RPI list
    Johns Hopkins’ 7-4 victory over Maryland not only snapped a stretch in which the team had lost three of its last four games, but it also moved the program into the top 20 of the most recent Rating Percentage Index list – also known as RPI...
  • 'Very hungry' Terps women are aching to bite back vs. Duke

    COLLEGE PARK — Any game against Duke is enough to elevate emotions for the members of the eighth-ranked Maryland women's basketball team. Then consider how badly the Terps lost to their bitter rival several weeks ago and a handful of provocative...
  • Automatic qualifier spices up Northeast Conference for Mount St. Mary's

    Automatic qualifier spices up Northeast Conference for Mount St. Mary's
    After finishing the last two years without advancing to the NCAA tournament, Mount St. Mary’s finally has an opportunity to play in the coveted postseason. For the first time in its three-year existence, the Northeast Conference (NEC) has an...
  • C.J. Fair relishes his re-do and helps Syracuse to Final Four

    C.J. Fair relishes his re-do and helps Syracuse to Final Four
    WASHINGTON — A year ago, C.J. Fair and top-seeded Syracuse left Boston's TD Garden unfulfilled after losing to No. 2 seed Ohio State in the NCAA tournament's East Regional final. Fair had done little to help, taking just two shots and scoring...
  • Terps center Alex Len continues to learn from physical tests

    Terps center Alex Len continues to learn from physical tests
    The college basketball season comes with all sorts of tests. For Maryland center Alex Len, one came in last Saturday's game against Wake Forest in the form of a forearm to his chest. With Maryland leading early in the game, Len bumped with Wake Forest...
  • Baseball, basketball, other sports put spring in the season [Commentary]

    I'm sure many of you will disagree, but this time of the year is among the best during our calendar year. The weather is slowly getting warmer most days, baseball is back, March Madness comes to its conclusion in April and NASCAR is early in its season,...
  • Women's lacrosse 'just at the beginning' of major growth

    Women's lacrosse 'just at the beginning' of major growth
    Division I women's college lacrosse is in the middle of one of its biggest growth spurts in years, and several recent changes appear likely to spark even more expansion soon. This spring, the NCAA tournament bracket expands to 26 teams, and Division I...
  • Syracuse's C.J. Fair focused on Final Four, not the NBA

    Syracuse's C.J. Fair focused on Final Four, not the NBA
    C.J. Fair is all too familiar with the history of former high school players from Baltimore who left Syracuse early for the NBA. This week, the 6-8 junior forward follows Carmelo Anthony, who as a freshman a decade ago led the Orange to its only...