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The 2013 NCAA tournament begins Tuesday night in Dayton, Ohio. Between now and the national championship game in Atlanta on April 8, the nation's best college basketball teams will duel to decide which school deserves the title
Big East champ Louisville was named the top-overall seed in the 2013 NCAA tournament's 68-team field announced on Sunday evening. Kansas, Indiana and Gonzaga joined the Cardinals as No. 1 regional seeds
Patriot League Championship: Bucknell 64 — Lafayette 56
Center Mike Muscala scored 20 points, including six points during a big second-half run, and Bucknell beat Lafayette, 64-56, in the Patriot League tournament championship at Lewisburg, PA
Valparaiso rallied late in the second half on its home floor, becoming one of three teams to win its conference title and advance to the 2013 NCAA tournament on Tuesday night. Here's a recap of Tuesday's conference championships:
Horizon League Championship: Valparaiso 62 — Wright State 54
Erik Buggs scored 22 points and Will Bogan added 14, as Valparaiso beat Wright State, 62-54, in the Horizon League tournament championship game in Valparaiso, Ind
Top-ranked Gonzaga, Davidson and James Madison were among five teams that won their conference championships on Monday to clinch automatic bids for the 2013 NCAA tournament. Here's a recap of Monday's conference championships:
West Coast Conference Championship: Gonzaga 65 — St
Creighton, Liberty and Harvard were among the first five teams to qualify for the 2013 NCAA men's basketball tournament via automatic bids they received for winning their conference championships this weekend
The NBA and its players union are nearing an agreement that will allow testing of players' blood for human growth hormone (HGH), ESPN reports. If the league and the National Basketball Players Association can come to terms, testing could begin as soon as the
Relief pitcher Will Ohman made his first — and last — appearance for the Washington Nationals this spring against the St. Louis Cardinals on Sunday. Ohman allowed two hits and two walks in one inning pitched, and he was promptly cut from the
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