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NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Tournament

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  • Women's notebook: Rohrback's return key to Towson's NCAA tournament berth

     Women's notebook: Rohrback's return key to Towson's NCAA tournament berth
    When the Towson women's lacrosse team played its first game in February, Ashleigh Rohrback wasn't sure she would get back on the field at all this season. The Liberty graduate, who had redshirted her sophomore year after ankle surgery, couldn't shake...
  • What's biggest upset of tourneys thus far?

    Louisville beating Baylor Jeff Otterbein Hartford Courant Baylor losing to Louisville in the Sweet 16 of the women's tournament is the single biggest upset not only this season but many would say in women's college basketball history. Few...
  • No. 12 Navy women cruise past Holy Cross to win Patriot League championship

    No. 12 Navy women cruise past Holy Cross to win Patriot League championship
    Several opponents have slowed Navy's high-powered offense recently by holding the ball for long possessions, but the Midshipmen made sure Holy Cross could not do that in Sunday's Patriot League women's lacrosse championship. The No. 12 Midshipmen jumped...
  • Women's Soccer: Chanel Johnson Emerging As A Force For UofH

    WEST HARTFORD — Chanel Johnson, a senior midfielder on the Hartford women's soccer team, is bashful. She sums up her development over the past four years by saying she's stronger and faster and smarter, and adds that there might even be a noticeable...
  • Navy women seek soccer redemption

    Navy women seek soccer redemption
    This summer has been uncommonly pleasant in Annapolis, but for the Navy women's soccer team it might as well be November on the banks of the Severn. That's because the first week of November has been as cruel as it is chilly for the Midshipmen the...
  • Women's Soccer: Bruins handle 'Eaters

    LOS ANGELES – The same folks who bristled at water being wasted during the ice-bucket challenge, might have been similarly miffed about the gasoline used to transport the UC Irvine women's soccer team to its nonconference match at top-ranked UCLA on...
  • Women's Soccer Preview: UCI's schedule front-loaded

    A UC Irvine women's soccer program coming off a pair of disappointing finishes the last two seasons, is facing an imposing start in 2014. Coach Scott Juniper's Anteaters, who were eliminated in the semifinals of the Big West Conference Tournament and...
  • Briefs: Local trio part of U.S. women's water polo gold medal team

    Former Newport Harbor High standout Kaleigh Gilchrist, Newport Beach resident Danielle Warde and Corona del Mar incoming junior Maddie Musselman were part of the U.S. women's water polo team winning the gold medal at a second straight FINA World Cup on...
  • George M. Thomas: MAC deal with ESPN could offer an abundance of opportunities

    The Mid-American Conference took steps this week to ensure that it remains viable in a changing sports universe where the five most powerful conferences will increasingly dictate what happens. The MAC and ESPN announced Tuesday that they had signed a 13-...
  • College soccer coaches pushing for split season

    College soccer coaches pushing for split season
    The Northwestern men's soccer team has hit the ground running. The Wildcats had their first practice Wednesday, exhibition matches in New Jersey on Saturday and Tuesday and will have another exhibition game this week leading to their Aug. 29 season...
  • Success with AACC energizes Odenton basketball star

    Success with AACC energizes Odenton basketball star
    Odenton resident Lindsay Williams was considering hanging up her sneakers after injuries sidetracked her promising basketball career. Coming off a stellar high school career at St. John's College, including leading the D. C. school to 33 wins and a...
  • Mourning, Stern among Hall of Fame honorees

    Mourning, Stern among Hall of Fame honorees
    The Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame added nine individuals and a team on Friday night at the induction ceremony in Springfield, Mass., and one of the most grateful to be there was Alonzo Mourning. Mourning and former NBA commissioner David Stern were...