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Guards stayed at Baylor, paving way for Drew’s dream title

Becoming national champion was a far-fetched dream when Scott Drew first uttered that possibility during his introduction as Baylor’s coach after taking over a decimated and scandal-plagued ...

Baylor beatdown: Bears win title in blowout of Gonzaga

Bulldogs lose undefeated season in final game

Skyhawks struck by a scorpion against No. 14 Mines

Iliozer delivers winning goal in second OT to beat Fort Lewis

Fort Lewis College gains belief against No. 13 Colorado School of Mines

Brief lapse leads to winning goal for visiting Orediggers

Hall of Fame college basketball coach Roy Williams retiring

33-year run included stops at Kansas, North Carolina

Players hear ‘a lot of talk’ from Emmert about Title IX, NIL

A trio of men’s basketball players asked NCAA President Mark Emmert during a video call Thursday to abide by, and enforce, Title IX gender equity rules and to create a waiver that would let ...

Iowa’s Luka Garza named AP men’s college player of the year

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Luka Garza knew what everyone expected before returning for a final run as Iowa’s unquestioned star. Pressure? Garza felt it, all right, enough to know his men...

Supreme Court sympathetic to college athletes in NCAA dispute

WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court on Wednesday seemed ready to give college athletes a win in a dispute with the NCAA over rules limiting their education-related compensation. With t...

UConn’s Paige Bueckers is AP women’s player of the year

SAN ANTONIO – Paige Bueckers is in a class all by herself. UConn’s star guard became the first freshman ever to win The Associated Press women’s basketball player of the year awar...

Mark Emmert promises WBCA he will work to fix ‘stark’ inequities

SAN ANTONIO – NCAA President Mark Emmert promised the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association he will work with coaches to fix the “stark difference” between the Division I men’s and women’s ...

Final Four set with one question left

It’s not easy to bury a team as good as USC, let alone in a half, no matter how easy Gonzaga made it look. Somehow, coach Mark Few called it in advance. While everyone was fixatin...

Unbeaten Fort Lewis College, CSU-Pueblo stay that way

Neither team finds an OT winner at Dirks Field