NEW YORK — The TV schedule for the 2017 NCAA Women’s basketball tournament. All times Eastern (games are shown on a regional basis) First/second rounds Friday, March 17 XFINITY Center (College Park, Maryland) (3) Maryland vs. (14) Bucknell, Noon (ESPN2/WATCHESPN) (6) West Virginia vs. (11) Elon, 2:30 p.m. (ESPN2/WATCHESPN) Frank Erwin Center (Austin, Texas) (6) NC […]Read more "2017 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament TV Schedule"
NEW YORK — Below is a schedule for all the information you will need to catch all the games through Friday, March 17th. 2017 March Madness Schedule First Four Games (First Four) Date Game Site Time (ET) Network New Orleans vs. Mt. St. Mary’s March 14 Dayton, Ohio 6:40 p.m. truTV Wake Forest vs. Kansas […]Read more "NCAA Tournament TV Schedule: Through Friday’s Games"
BATON ROUGE, La. — Ben Jobe, an iconic basketball coach who guided Southern to multiple Southwestern Athletic Conference championships, died Friday. He was 84. Former coach of the Denver Nuggets and ex-president of the Indiana Pacers Donnie Walsh, who was an assistant at the University of South Carolina with Jobe, once put him in perspective, […]Read more "Longtime coach Ben Jobe dies at 84"
NEW YORK (AP) — The U.S. women’s Olympic basketball team turned to its past to find its next coach. Dawn Staley will coach the team at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, said two people with knowledge of the decision. Staley was introduced at a news conference in South Carolina on Friday. Staley helped the U.S. win gold […]Read more "South Carolina’s Dawn Staley to coach U.S. women’s Olympic hoops in 2020"
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The NCAA Division II Men’s Basketball Committee has announced the field of 64 teams for the 2017 NCAA Division II Men’s Basketball Championship and three HBCUs have received bids. Virginia Union University and CIAA Champion Bowie State University have both received at-large bids in the Atlantic Regional. SIAC Champion Clark Atlanta University […]Read more "Division II Tournament Roundup: Three Is The Magic Number for HBCU men’s and women’s schools"