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  • Butler Joins UConn, Now Has A Year Off To Prepare

     Butler Joins UConn, Now Has A Year Off To Prepare
    When Geno Auriemma first heard that Georgetown freshman Natalie Butler was interested in transferring to UConn, he turned to one of his best friends for advice. And DePaul coach Doug Bruno, the man who will assist Auriemma in the 2014 World...
  • DePaul's Bruno on world team staff

    DePaul's Bruno on world team staff
    DePaul's Doug Bruno has been named an assistant coach of the U.S. women's team for the 2014 World Championships, an appointment that likely will put him on the Olympic coaching staff again in 2016. U.S. head coach Geno Auriemma picked Bruno, South...
  • Girls hoops | Podkowa enjoying DePaul's 'Sweet' ride

    Girls hoops | Podkowa enjoying DePaul's 'Sweet' ride
    The DePaul women's basketball team helped set an NCAA record for most combined points between two teams in Saturday's 104-100 first-round victory against Oklahoma at Duke University. The Blue Demons couldn't have done it without sophomore Megan Podkowa....
  • Girls hoops | Bennett-Swanson eager for future with DePaul

    Girls hoops | Bennett-Swanson eager for future with DePaul
    So far, Meri Bennett-Swanson's playing time for the DePaul women's basketball team has been marginal. Her development and outlook, though, are anything but. The former Vernon Hills standout got on the floor in the final minutes of Saturday night's 84-65...
  • Friday's local college roundup: W&M drops epic 23-inning game at College of Charleston

    Baseball: In a 23-inning duel, the second-longest game in NCAA history, William and Mary lost 3-2 at the College of Charleston on a walk-off single by Morgan Phillips. It came off Kevin Casey, who started the game at second base and rarely pitches for W&...
  • Geno Says Natalie Butler Can Be A 'Game-Changer'

    Geno Says Natalie Butler Can Be A 'Game-Changer'
    Natalie Butler's transfer to UConn was made official by the women's basketball program on Wednesday and Geno Auriemma said the 6-foot-5 center from Georgetown, in time, will be a great asset to his program. "Coming out of high school, Natalie was one of...
  • Arkansas golfer Emily Tubert wins Dinah Shore Trophy

    An update on local athletes playing in college. Emily Tubert (Burroughs High, 2010), Arkansas women's golf, senior: The Burroughs High graduate finished a record-setting career for the Razorbacks and ended her senior campaign with a prestigious award....
  • Ex-DePaul tennis player, Northwestern coach charged with stalking

    Ex-DePaul tennis player, Northwestern coach charged with stalking
    An Australian tennis coach with ties to Northwestern and DePaul universities stalked his ex-girlfriend in Chicago, threatened her life and said he'd post nude pictures of her online, prosecutors alleged Saturday. Mark Terry Henderson, 32, is accused...
  • NU, DePaul agree to 5-year basketball series

    NU, DePaul agree to 5-year basketball series
    Northwestern and DePaul won’t meet this season in men’s basketball, but the schools have agreed to a five-year series beginning in 2015-16.   “As a Chicago native, I think it's terrific for basketball in the area,” NU coach Chris...
  • Big Ten, Big East to launch basketball series

    Big Ten, Big East to launch basketball series
    Big East visionary Dave Gavitt used to tell colleagues that the Final Four was proof that college basketball knew how to end a season. As for the best way to start it ... not so much. Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany and his counterpart at the Big East,...
  • Huskies Aren't Complaining About Their No. 7 Seed Now

    BUFFALO, N.Y. – As the NCAA Tournament moves on, it looks as though the No. 7 seed wasn't such a bad thing for UConn. For one thing, had the Huskies been seeded four, five or six, they might have played one of the dangerous 11, 12 or 13 seeds seeds...
  • Women's Sweet 16 Team Previews

    The regional finals of the NCAA Division I women's basketball tournament will be played this weekend in Lincoln, Neb., South Bend, Ind., Palo Alto, Calif., and Louisville, Ky. Here's a look at how the brackets break down. LINCOLN UConn: The Huskies will...