Between-rounds silence

NCAA Tournament news:

The first and second rounds broke attendance records.

Powers remain and threats lurk in the Sweet 16.

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College team news:

After an incredible win, the Hoosiers will face their toughest opponent yet.

Michigan: let’s have a good time.

UConn must make adjustments for the Sweet 16.

Iowa’s early exit from the Tournament leaves a blemish.

UCF enters the offseason with higher hopes.

Albany will return their entire tournament team next season.

College player news:

In her final home game, Naz Hillmon delivered another All-American performance.

ESPN ranks the top 25 players of the Sweet 16.

Naismith player of the year finalists: Aliyah Boston, NaLyssa Smith, Haley Jones, Caitlin Clark.

Four from Colorado will transfer.

Top scorer KK Deans will transfer from West Virginia.

College coach news:

Kim Mulkey said her first year at LSU was “one of my most enjoyable years ever in my career.”

Husky coach Geno Auriemma said he wasn’t surprised that his team was pushed by UCF last night.

Dawn Staley says women’s teams should be paid like men’s.

Bradley coach Andrea Gorski has announced her retirement……inside her surprise decision.

Tonya Cardoza will not return at Temple.

Butler has fired coach Kurt Godlevske.

William & Mary won’t renew Ed Swanson’s contract.

WNBA news:

Brittney Griner’s ordeal fits Russia’s pattern of judicial mistreatment.

Jewell Loyd talks about her new pro-woman campaign.

Q&A with Candace Parker.