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NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Tournament

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  • 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...
  • On The Fly: Gomes Buys Teammates Patriotic Blazers

    Red Sox outfielder Jonny Gomes bought his teammates some patriotic wear — red, white and blue flag-inspired blazers — and he got one for President Barack Obama, too. The world champions will visit the White House Tuesday. The jackets were made...
  • Sometimes It Just Seems Unfair Playing Against UConn Women

    STORRS – From a practical standpoint the task seems doable. Everyone is wearing sneakers. A basketball court is contained by borders. There is a rule book enforced by officials. And there is only one ball to play with, only five players at a time to...
  • Tuesday's NCAA local interest women's tournament roundup: Foul trouble dooms JMU in loss at Texas A&M

    Texas A&M's size and James Madison's fouls equaled a combination that ended the Dukes' best women's basketball season in 23 years. A&M spent the day leading up to its second-round game in the NCAA tournament talking about how it had to take advantage of...
  • Five Fun NCAA Tournament Facts

    The NCAA Tournament is perhaps the most fan-friendly sporting event of the year and has terrific fan involvement (how's your bracket?). Here are five trivial-but-cool NCAA facts as we wait for UConn to play Iowa State in its Sweet 16 game Friday night....
  • Hitting A Triple

    Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis became the third UConn women's player to record a triple-double Tuesday, and first in the NCAA Tournament. UConn's triple-doubles: Mosqueda-Lewis, March 25, 2014: 20 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists Stefanie Dolson, Nov. 20, 2013:...
  • Union would protect college athletes' rights, welfare

    Union would protect college athletes' rights, welfare
    When New Mexico State's men's basketball season ended with an overtime NCAA tournament loss to San Diego State late Thursday, the NCAA saw to it that the Aggies were not merely ousted from the tournament. They were expelled from Spokane, Wash., in the...
  • Dolson Finishes Gampel Career In Royal Fashion

    Dolson Finishes Gampel Career In Royal Fashion
    STORRS — With two minutes, 40 seconds remaining in another UConn women's rout Tuesday night, Stefanie Dolson left the Gampel Pavilion floor for the final time. Geno Auriemma briefly threw one arm around her as Dolson went down the line to slap hands...
  • Penn State women pound Florida, move on to Sweet 16

    UNIVERSITY PARK - Penn State guard Dara Taylor said the team motto this season was a simple one. "Get out of State College." It's not that the Lady Lions aren't happy in Happy Valley, but to travel to where they wanted to go in the NCAA Tournament that'...
  • Notre Dame has matchup problem with Maryland

    Notre Dame has matchup problem with Maryland
    After a dream season, it has been two days of nightmares for Notre Dame women's basketball coach Muffet McGraw. Monday, her low-post triple threat, senior Natalie Achonwa, was lost for the Final Four after tearing up her left knee late in the NCAA...
  • Oregon State women fall to South Carolina

    SEATTLE There was an aimless walk and circle back to the huddle. Oregon State sophomore Ruth Hamblin was called for her fifth foul with 13:01 left in the NCAA tournament second-round game at Alaska Airlines Arena. The call ended a frustrating seven...
  • Larry Stone: Oregon State has high praise for South Carolina women's basketball

    SEATTLE Oregon State women's basketball coach Scott Rueck was asked what lessons his team took from its magical ride into the NCAA Tournament. "They belong, that's the No. 1 thing," he said without hesitation. But the Beavers' 78-69 defeat against South...