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  • UCONN MEN'S OUTLOOK March Is Back On The Calendar: Ban Over And Lineup Bolstered, Huskies Again Chasing The Prize

    UCONN MEN'S OUTLOOK<br>March Is Back On The Calendar: Ban Over And Lineup Bolstered, Huskies Again Chasing The Prize
    STORRS — A year ago, UConn had to master the art of playing with nothing to lose. While the Huskies had their shortcomings, lack of motivation — a sense of playing as if it didn't really matter because they were ineligible for the postseason...
  • Saturday's local college basketball roundup: Former WCA star Powers leads Hampton to rout of Radford

    Deron Powers had 18 points and six assists to help Hampton University (7-7) rout Radford 87-60 Saturday at the HU Convocation Center. Powers, a sophomore from Williamsburg Christian Academy, had support from Du'Vaughn Maxwell (16 points), Emmanuel...
  • Monday's local interest college roundup: Norfolk State men overcome Coppin State; Suffolk's Gardner leads Marquette past Hoyas in OT

    Men's basketball: Malcolm Hawkins scored 22 points and was one of five Spartans to reach double figures as Norfolk State beat Coppin State 83-71 Monday night at Echols Hall. Two days after watching their 23-game Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference regular-...
  • U.Va., VCU set to begin 'natural' basketball series

    U.Va., VCU set to begin 'natural' basketball series
    During his college playing days at Green Bay more than 20 years ago, Tony Bennett craved games against state basketball heavyweights Wisconsin and Marquette. After all, what better way for a so-called mid-major program to measure itself than against...
  • SHABAZZ NAPIER Neighborhood Lessons In Boston Started The Education Of A Point Guard

    SHABAZZ NAPIER<br>Neighborhood Lessons In Boston Started The Education Of A Point Guard
    STORRS — It was a field trip, which for some students is perhaps a license to tune out, lay low. Jason Irizarry took a group of UConn basketball players from his urban education class to one of the poorest districts in the United States, to the...
  • U.Va. basketball has depth, talent to avoid recent late-season slides

    U.Va. basketball has depth, talent to avoid recent late-season slides
    CHARLOTTESVILLE — Virginia's basketball team was a combined 45-22 the past two years. But after Feb. 1, the Cavaliers were 12-14 with a pair of early ACC tournament exits and a lopsided defeat in their first NCAA appearance in five years. The...
  • Austin Croshere to be Fox Sports college basketball analyst

    Austin Croshere to be Fox Sports college basketball analyst
    Austin Croshere, a standout forward at Providence College and analyst for Fox Sports Indiana, has been named a studio analyst for Fox Sports’ college basketball coverage on Fox Sports 1 and Fox Sports 2. A first-team All-Big East selection as a...
  • Teel Time: Picking Duke, Syracuse, Virginia atop ACC basketball

    Teel Time: Picking Duke, Syracuse, Virginia atop ACC basketball
    Forecasting a nine-team basketball conference was trying enough. Then the ACC expanded to 11, then to 12. Now, with the arrivals this season of Syracuse, Pittsburgh and Notre Dame, the league balloons to 15. And quite a 15 it is, littered with NCAA...
  • UConn Swamps Philadelphia In Friendly Tune-Up

    UConn Swamps Philadelphia In Friendly Tune-Up
    HARTFORD – Ah, the preseason in women's college basketball, a time when powerhouses prepare and opponents arrive wide-eyed and leave stunned but well-compensated financially. It happened again Tuesday at the XL Center. The friendship between...
  • Rick Majerus dies at 64; college basketball coach

    Rick Majerus, the college basketball coach who led Utah to the 1998 NCAA final and had only one losing season in 25 years with four schools, died Saturday. He was 64. Utah industrialist Jon Huntsman Sr., the coach's longtime friend, confirmed in a...
  • Cold-shooting `Canes ousted from NCAA Tournament

    Cold-shooting `Canes ousted from NCAA Tournament
    From his locker, a red-eyed Kenny Kadji called injured Miami teammate Reggie Johnson. He apologized while wiping away tears. Fellow senior Trey McKinney Jones hugged teammates one at a time and everyone else just stared into space. Emotion was thick in...
  • Florida Gulf Coast continues historic NCAA run

     Florida Gulf Coast continues historic NCAA run
    PHILADELPHIA — Naturally, college basketball's most outrageous air show since Phi Slama Jama punctuated its latest conquest with two highlight-reel lob dunks. The Brett Comer-to-Eric McKnight connections were merely part of the historic show as...