Friday, March 24, 2017

Record-breaking, upsetting on day 2 of Tournament

Records broken: Baylor set an NCAA Tournament record with an 89-point drubbing of Texas Southern, 119-30. Texas A&M staged the biggest comeback in Tournament history, rallying...

After early hiccups, Huskies cruise past Bobcats

SEATTLE — For one quarter, the Montana State Bobcats matched the Washington Huskies basket for basket. The Big Sky Conference champions traded scores with one of the...

Oklahoma holds off late Gonzaga push to advance

SEATTLE — For a few moments on Saturday night, you may have thought Gonzaga earned a top-four seed and home-court advantage, instead of playing 300-or...

Cooper’s five three’s lead Syracuse over Iowa State

Storrs, Conn. - Syracuse got off to a hot start in their NCAA Tournament opener and never looked back, handling Iowa State, 85-65. Freshman Gabby...

“Why not us?” Well, you’re playing Connecticut in Storrs

Storrs, Conn. - Any competitive basketball player has to enter each game believing that a win is possible. Albany’s Cassandra Edwards said as much...

The catch up, part I

Stories flowing like flooded rivers......... Day one recap: A trio of great escapes yesterday. NCAA Tournament team news: Texas shakes off late-season fatigue for NCAA run. Texas A&M enjoyed...

Texas shakes off late-season fatigue for NCAA run

It’s been a long season for everyone, but few teams have experience a roller-coaster ride like the Texas Longhorns. Entering the NCAA tournament, coach Karen...

Round 1, day 1

Today's lone upset: Purdue 74, Green Bay 62. Close ones: Missouri advanced on a last-second shot, 66-64 over South Florida. Oregon State survived Long Beach State, 56-55. Kentucky held...

Washington-Montana State match up chock full of coincidences

On Saturday, Big Sky Champions Montana State (25-6 overall, 15-3 conference) will make their long-awaited return to the NCAA tournament, as they face No....

Neighbors and his seniors formed a lasting bond at Washington

Whether they've got one game left together or six, one thing is for sure: Washington coach Mike Neighbors and his seniors are relishing every...
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