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What Other States Could Be Problematic For NCAA?

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Now that North Carolina has lost its NCAA and Atlantic Coast Conference championship events for this year, some other states face potential challenges in the organization’s fight for discrimination-free environments. 616 more words

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Ex-Trevecca star leads North Alabama to softball title

Former Ezell-Harding and Trevecca star Ashley McCool Cozart, now the softball coach at North Alabama, led the Lions to the 2016 NCAA Division II National Championship Saturday. 157 more words

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The Women’s Beat with Bob Joyce: Perfection, History & Domination

It’s been a week since the UConn Women claimed a record 11th NCAA WBB Championship and of course an unprecedented 4th in a row. Other than the 16-0 Syracuse run in the 3rd with Huskies up 33 at one point, the Huskies weren’t really challenged in the entire NCAA Tournament. 1,271 more words

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Texas Women's Golf struggles to finish 7th at PING/ASU Invitational

The first full week of April always creates a buzz in the golf world. In the small town of Augusta, Georgia, people travel from around the world to catch a glimpse at a green jacket and collect as much apparel as their wallets allow. 259 more words

Villanova Beats Carolina for NCAA Championship

Priceless – that is the word that comes to mind after watching the conclusion of the men’s NCAA National Championship basketball game Monday night.

With 5 seconds left, North Carolina guard Marcus Paige completed his team’s comeback from a 10-point deficit by hitting an off-balance, double clutch 3-pointer under duress to tie the game at 74. 646 more words

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UConn Women Great for College Basketball

It’s been a minute since I’ve ranted on this blog.

I’ve been busy with business travel the last couple of weeks, coupled with the demands of fatherhood and husbandly duties.   636 more words

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UConn Women Victory Parade Sunday

(CBS Connecticut) — Another championship, another victory parade.

The UConn women’s basketball team will celebrate its fourth straight NCAA championship with a parade in downtown Hartford, and a rally outside the XL Center. 122 more words

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