- First-Ever Ivy League Conference Tournament to Tip Off
by Eddie Timanus March 2017
Perhaps the biggest news heading into this weekend's Ivy League tournament is, well, that there is an Ivy League tournament.
- Opinion: Mulkey's Passion Can Change Baylor's Culture
by Amy Moritz March 2017
As a person in a position of relative power in the Baylor sports department, women's basketball coach Kim Mulkey can be an advocate for women.
- Where Have the Black College Basketball Coaches Gone?
by Marcus Fuller March 2017
Once a national leader in the hiring of black coaches, the Big Ten is now the only major conference without one.
- Balancing Revenue, Intimacy in College Arenas
by Mike Imrem March 2017
Normally when the subject is college-basketball venues, the word cringe-worthy comes to mind because of the compromises made.
- Are Padded Numbers Masking Title IX Violations?
by Courtney Cameron March 2017
An investigation into federal roster reporting at the University of Washington has unearthed some discrepancy between the women’s rowing team participation totals as reported to the Department of Education compared to the roster published by the school online.
- Despite Off-Court Turmoil, KU Cruising
by George Schroeder March 2017
Allegations of off-court misbehavior ranging from vandalism to violence against women loom over the season, but coach Bill Self has managed to capture the Jayhawks' 13th-straight conference title
- ACC Making HB2 Contingency Plans
by Ed Hardin March 2017
As the ACC prepares for this week's men's basketball tournament in Brooklyn, plans are being made for future conference championships to take place outside of North Carolina.
- In Return to New York, ACC Visits City That Fueled Rise
by Brant Wilkerson March 2017
The ACC tournament has been to Washington and Atlanta in recent seasons, and on Tuesday it will begin the first of a two-year run at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. - more than 500 miles from where it began captivating the nation as the ultimate prelude to March Madness.
- Missouri Axes Basketball Coach Kim Anderson
by Spokesman Review March 2017
Missouri has fired basketball coach Kim Anderson after less than three seasons with his alma mater.
- New Arizona AD Heeke Signs 5-Year, $500K Deal
by The Arizona Daily Star March 2017
Arizona Wildcats athletic director Dave Heeke will make $500,000 plus incentives in the first year of a five-year contract approved Tuesday by the Arizona Board of Regents.