Up to our armpits in games

Today’s tournament results:

UCF and USF both won their AAC semifinal matchups today, and they’ll face off for the final tomorrow.

Big Sky semifinal scores

NEC semifinal scores

MAC quarterfinal scores

SWAC quarterfinal scores

MAAC quarterfinal scores

Big West quarterfinal scores

C-USA second round scores

A-10 first round scores

Southland first round scores

WAC first round scores

ASUN first round score

CAA first round score

Big Ten second round scores:

Nebraska 72, Minnesota 61

Northwestern 67, Illinois 42

Michigan State 75, Penn State 66

Iowa 83, Purdue 72

In progress at this hour: The Mountain West Championship

The Big 12 Tournament begins tomorrow

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

Baylor is going for their 10th straight Big 12 Tournament title.

NC State shook up the pecking order in the ACC Tournament.

Michigan has high hopes with Naz Hillmon.

The Ducks are trending downward as we head toward Selection Monday.

FGCU’s fight toward the Tournament begins tomorrow.

Boston U has a conference tourney title in their sights.

College player news:

Caitlin Clark is already better than you think.

Which early enrollees made the biggest impact this season?

Liberty junior Mya Berkman has found stability in her adoptive family.

Imani Lewis has left Wisconsin.

Jaida Patrick and Jada Claude have entered the transfer portal from Duke.

College coach news:

Maryland coach Brenda Frese’s father has cancer.

Ole Miss has extended the contract of Yolett McPhee-McCuin.

Siena coach Ali Jaques is unsure if she’ll return next season.

Two days after being suspended, Monmouth coach Jody Craig has resigned.

Jody Conradt has received the Jostens-Berenson Lifetime Achievement Award.

WNBA news:

Maya Moore won’t play this season, either, she announced today.

Moore has a clear path, but not to return to the WNBA.

Candace Parker talks parenting during the pandemic.

Cathy Engelbert talks pandemic.

Fry’s Food Stores will sponsor the Mercury jerseys.

Was Lauren Jackson Seattle’s best pro athlete?