More on the wild side

C-USA quarterfinals:

A controversial ending in the UTEP-UAB game, and Marshall upsets Western Kentucky…..

UTEP escaped UAB on a disallowed midcourt shot, 62-59 in OT.

ODU edged Charlotte, 57-54.

Marshall slipped by Western Kentucky, 66-63.

Middle Tennessee routed Rice, 74-54.

CAA quarterfinals:

James Madison outlasted Charleston, 53-50. Ashley Perez lead the Dukes with 21 points, including the winning three-point shot.

Delaware came from behind to top Elon, 57-50.

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MEAC quarterfinals:

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SWAC quarterfinals:

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Horizon League, first round:

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Southland Conference, first round:

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Big South, first round:

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MVC, first round:

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Team news:

Colorado State strives to keep their edge for the Mountain West Conference Tournament championship game tomorrow.

Purdue reflected and looked ahead during their banquet.

Fresno State continues to exceed lowered expectations.

Player news:

Army or WNBA for Kelsey Minato? (Please pick pro basketball!)

Ohio State’s Ameryst Alton, who sprained her wrist in last Friday’s Rutgers game, will play in the NCAA Tournament.

Michigan State’s Akyah Taylor is finishing what she started.

Cal Poly’s future is bright with the Leaupepe sisters on board.

Former Lady Vol Michelle Marciniak is lending a hand to the Pat Summitt Foundation.

Coach news:

Nicci Hays Fort has resigned as Colgate’s coach.

Abilene Christian coach Julie Goodenough has had her contract extended through 2020.

How coach Teri Moren is changing Indiana.

Wisconsin assistant coaches are in limbo in the wake of Bobbie Kelsey’s dismissal.

Dawn Staley Award finalists:

Tiffany Mitchell (University of South Carolina), Rachel Banham (University of Minnesota), Kelsey Mitchell (Ohio State University), and Moriah Jefferson (University of Connecticut).

WNBA news:

Seattle Storm guard Jewell Loyd is the first celebrity athlete to share her dyslexia story, courtesy of a Times Square billboard. Awesome.

Tamika Catchings will be the keynote closing speaker at the NCAA’s inclusion forum next month.