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Big East basketball split bad for college sports
CSN Washington dot com. Well seven non football schools in the big east are as good as gone but just where two and went. lawyers are now busy interpreting the big east bylaws and what ramifications and it would mean for the program's. But given this latest may have we especially an author John
Scouting Hopkins potential NCAA Tournament foes
Here are five teams the Blue Jays could encounter during their first NCAA tournament game.
Final four renews Maryland-Duke rivalry
Hometown favorite Maryland will go up against defending national champion and fifth-seeded Duke Saturday at M&T Bank Stadium in the NCAA tournament semifinals.
Terps face tough test against Syracuse
Maryland will face off against perennial powerhouse Syracuse in the NCAA men's lacrosse quarterfinals this Sunday at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass.
Stevenson beats Cabrini, advances to the quarters
The margin was closer than last year, but the same team advanced, as Stevenson beat Cabrini, 13-8, during Saturday's NCAA second round.
Hopkins cant look past Denver in NCAA quarters
The old guard of college lacrosse meets the new kid in town Saturday when third-seeded Johns Hopkins takes on No. 6 Denver in the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals.
Maryland tops UNC 13-6 in 1st round of NCAAs
Drew Snider scored four goals to lead Maryland past North Carolina 13-6 on Sunday in the first round of the NCAA men's lacrosse tournament.
UConn to lose two scholarships
The national champion Connecticut men's basketball program will lose two scholarships for the upcoming season as a result of a poor Academic Performance Rating from the NCAA .
Shapiro: NCAA athletes still for sale
College athletes and scandal is not breaking news. But the fact that it has been going on for so long and in some cases with sheer sleaze is shocking. It goes to prove, Leonard Shapiro writes, athletes are always for sale.
NCAA coach Majerus dead at 64
Rick Majerus, the jovial college basketball coach who led Utah to the 1998 NCAA final and had only one losing season in 25 years with four schools, died Saturday. He was 64.