South Dakota ranked for first time in school history

Sports 02/11/19, 13:02

South Dakota is ranked in The Associated Press women's basketball poll for the first time in school history.The 25th-ranked Coyotes (22-3) have won nine straight games and are off to the school's best start since moving up to Division I ...

Morris recalls hitting longest shot in basketball history

Sports 02/11/19, 12:58

Thirty-four years after hitting the longest shot in college basketball history, Bruce Morris is still amazed at what he accomplished.Morris was Marshall's point guard when he hit the historic basket from 89 feet, 10 inches just before halftime against Appalachian ...

Tennessee remains at No. 1 in poll, ahead of Duke

Sports 02/11/19, 12:04

The NCAA Division I Basketball Committee slated Duke as the No. 1 overall seed in its initial tournament rankings over the weekend. Voters in the AP Top 25 stuck with Tennessee as their top team.The Vols received 40 of 64 ...

TOP 25 REWIND: No. 2 Duke hits from outside to beat Virginia

Sports 02/10/19, 16:45

Second-ranked Duke got rolling from 3-point range, then took a big step toward winning the Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season race.The Blue Devils beat third-ranked Virginia 81-71 on Saturday night in a matchup of league heavyweights ahead of Monday's new AP ...

Celtics G Kyrie Irving sprains knee, leaves game

Sports 02/09/19, 21:21

Boston Celtics guard Kyrie Irving sprained his right knee in the second quarter Saturday night against the Los Angeles Clippers and was declared out for the rest of the game.Irving had 14 points in 14 minutes before leaving the game.The ...

Tennessee’s Pons to miss Florida game with facial injury

Basketball 02/08/19, 15:32

Tennessee reserve guard/forward Yves Pons will miss the top-ranked Volunteers' game with Florida after suffering a facial injury while colliding with a teammate in practice.School officials said Friday on the Tennessee basketball program's Twitter account that Pons underwent a "corrective ...

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