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Notre Dame women nab a number one seed

Coach Muffet McGraw is hoping the three losses Notre Dame sustained during the regular season have will have the Fighting Irish better prepared for adversity they will face in the NCAA Tournament.

USF upset bid against No. 2 Cornerstone repulsed

The 15th-ranked Cougars had second-ranked Cornerstone University by four but the Golden Eagles rejected the USF upset bid 66-58 in the second round of the NAIA Championship on Friday morning.

Colson helps Irish clobber Virginia

Bonzie Colson had 21 points and 10 rebounds and No. 22 Notre Dame beat No. 21 Virginia for the first time since joining the Atlantic Coast Conference, topping the Cavaliers 71-58 on Thursday night to reach the tournament semifinals.

Tabor knocks Indiana Tech from national tournament

The balanced Bluejays led nearly the entire way while bouncing fourth-seeded Indiana Tech from the 2017 NAIA Division II Women’s Basketball National Championships in a first-round matchup decided by a final score of 67-58.

USF women ousted from NAIA DII national tournament

The 2017 NAIA Division II Women’s Basketball National Championships tipped off Wednesday morning with a first-round matchup featuring second-seeded Davenport (Mich.) and seventh-seeded Saint Francis (Ind.). Ranked No. 6 in the national poll, the Panthers absorbed a strong push from freshman Kara Gerka and the Cougars while pulling out an 80-73 victory.

Swanigan adds to trophy case, Boilers prep for Big Ten Tourney

Purdue National Player of the Year candidate Caleb Swanigan and head coach Matt Painter were honored by the United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) for their roles in leading the Boilermakers to the 2017 Big Ten outright regular-season championship.

Cougars prep to face Oregon Tech in first round

The University of Saint Francis will open the 2017 NAIA Division II Men’s Basketball National Championship against Oregon Tech from the Cascade Collegiate Conference on Wed., March 8, at 1 p.m. Fort Wayne time.