With Duke’s 68-63 win over Wisconsin Monday night at Lucas Oil Stadium the all three Plumlee brothers of Warsaw have now won a national championship with the Blue Devils.
Jessica Starbard sits down with Blake Sebring for this week’s edition of Inside the Zone,
Led by Tyus Jones and Jahlil Okafor, Duke’s talented group of youngsters outscored Wisconsin by 14 points over the final 13 minutes Monday night to grit out a 68-63 victory for the program’s fifth national title.
The NBA Development League announced today that Fort Wayne Mad Ants forward Chris Porter’s contract has been terminated, effective immediately, for violating the league’s Anti-Drug Program.
Fort Wayne Mad Ants forward CJ Fair was today named NBA Development League Performer of the Week for games played Monday, March 30 – Sunday, April 5. Fair joins Andre Emmett as Mad Ants to earn the honor this season.
Former Canterbury High School basketball star Austin Hatch received the United States Basketball Writers Association’s “Most Courageous” award during a luncheon Monday in Indianapolis.
Notre Dame keeps finding ways to win. One more victory and the Irish will be national champions again.
All season it seemed like a foregone conclusion that Connecticut would play for another women’s national championship. It wasn’t as clear cut for Huskies nemesis Notre Dame.
Monday night marks the final chapter of a very imperfect season for college basketball. It was filled with the usual thrills of March and April but just as many rough patches in the months before.
The San Diego Padres have made one more splashy trade, completing an offseason of roster upheaval.
The final regular season tournament of the season for the IPFW women’s golf team is being played on the Mastodon’s home course as the team plays host the two-day IPFW Spring Classic. After the first round, the IPFW Blue team sits in sixth place with a score of 325 while the White team is in 11th shooting a 367.
The final game of the three-game series between the IPFW Mastodons and North Dakota State Bison started as a pitcher’s duel, but ended as a slug-fest, with the Bison scoring in each of the last five innings to pull ahead for an 18-7 victory on Sunday afternoon, helping the Bison avoid the series sweep.