More processing

Processing the Tournament cancellation:

DI’s top coaches wonder what could have been.

Brenda Frese also wonders.

Geno Auriemma grapples with the tourney cancellation and abrupt end to the season.

Kelly Graves discusses the day March Madness died.

Dawn Plitzuweit comments.

Nikki McCray reflects.

Oregon was robbed of a storybook ending.

We saw Sabrina Ionescu’s last collegiate moments this past weekend.

Stanford had an early farewell.

Oregon State reacts.

The ending wasn’t as the Beavers envisioned.

There was no postseason for Louisville, but there was plenty to remember.

It was a season cut short for Rice.

Portland’s euphoria was fleeing.

Kansas City won their first-ever bid to the Tournament before the cancellation.

An MEAC tourney game was the last basketball we’ll see for a while.

Ty Harris’ emotional farewell.

Marist’s seniors lament the season’s abrupt end.

More on the impacts of coronavirus:

USA Basketball has suspended all events until further notice.

College team news:

UCLA’s final practice spoke volumes.

FCGU celebrated the season with a private net-cutting ceremony.

NC State finished the season on top.

College player news:

Becca Hittner’s third straight MVC POY award made history for Drake.

Diamond Bragg is now the third player to transfer from Wisconsin.

Morgan William on the shot heard around the world.

The five finalists for the Lisa Leslie Award: Olivia Nelson-Ododa (Connecticut), Beatrice Mompremier (Miami), Elissa Cunane (NC State), Aliyah Boston (South Carolina) and Brittany Brewer (Texas Tech).