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NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Tournament

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  • Women's Lacrosse: Carroll natives hoping to win national title

    Gettysburg College is looking for its second women's lacrosse national championship in four seasons, and a quartet of former Carroll County players are doing their part to make it happen. The No. 6-ranked Bullets (17-2) are hosting a Division III...
  • Orlando to host 2016, 2017 American Athletic Conference basketball tournaments

    Orlando to host 2016, 2017 American Athletic Conference basketball tournaments
    The American Athletic Conference basketball tournament is coming to Orlando. The Central Florida Sports Commission will announce a deal to bring the American Athletic Conference tournament to the Amway Center in 2016 and 2017, according to sources...
  • ESYC Elite basketball team is on a hot streak

    ESYC Elite basketball team is on a hot streak
    It's not how you start, but how you finish. It's one of the oldest adages in sports and it applies to the ESYC Elite 12 & under, 6th-grade boys basketball team. ESYC didn't win its first two tournaments during this AAU season, but has been unstoppable...
  • William and Mary top local DI program in Directors' Cup standings

    The Division I college sports year is effectively concluded, with only the baseball national championship to be decided between the Fighting O’Connors of Charlottesville versus Jay Cutler’s alma mater. Depending on the outcome, Virginia...
  • Oregon State fires Obama's brother-in-law. Harry Reid blames Tea Party.

    Oregon State fires Obama's brother-in-law. Harry Reid blames Tea Party.
    Oregon State has fired basketball coach Craig Robinson. In completely unrelated news, the IRS announced it is auditing the school’s tax returns for the past 12 years. I’m kidding, of course. The audits are actually for only the past seven...
  • Saturday's multi-sport local and college roundup: Admirals fall behind 2-1 in series; Langley rained out

    Hockey: After their main goaltender was called up by the NHL's Anaheim Ducks, the Norfolk Admirals lost 5-3 Saturday night at Scope Arena to fall behind the St. John’s IceCaps 2-1 in their best-of-seven AHL Eastern Conference semifinal series....
  • Monday's multi-sport college and local roundup: ODU loses top women's basketball player to Minnesota

    Colleges: Women's basketball: Old Dominion lost its top player, Shae Kelley, who announced she will transfer to Minnesota for her final collegiate season, the Virginian-Pilot reported. With the Gophers, she will play for former VCU coach Melanie...
  • Sports briefs: Wheaton Warrenville South

    WWS grad plays for Notre Dame Former Wheaton Warrenville South standout Diamond Thompson, a 6-foot-4 freshman center, played a couple of minutes for Notre Dame's women's basketball team in a 93-42 victory over Robert Morris in the first round of the...
  • 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...
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  • Saturday's local college roundup: W&M captures first CAA regular-season baseball crown

    Baseball: CAA: At last, William and Mary has captured a Colonial Athletic Association regular-season baseball crown. A day after dropping a 23-inning epic, and just a few minutes after dropping Game 1 of a doubleheader, W&M won 6-0 Saturday over...
  • Sources: Kevin Ollie, UConn Closing In On Deal Near $3 Million

    Sources: Kevin Ollie, UConn Closing In On Deal Near $3 Million
    The NBA can wait. Kevin Ollie is staying at UConn. Ollie, who led the Huskies to the national championship in his second season as men's basketball coach, and UConn are putting the finishing touches on a new contract that will more than double his...