A 17-year-old Long Island student has accomplished what few believe is possible.
Once down 16 in the second half, the Harvard Crimson wiped out their deficit with a 23-7 run and led with seven minutes left. But Michigan State countered with a n 8-0 run and never looked back, and the Spartans are headed to New York for the regional semifinals.
I’m upset. You’re upset. And because misery never lacks company, so are all the other geniuses who penciled Cincinnati, Ohio State and Oklahoma into the third round.
In the major conferences, Florida completed an undefeated regular season in the SEC and Cincinnati and Louisville tied atop the American.
The Tigers are no longer in Conference-USA and that’s just what they were reminded of when they were beaten at home on Saturday by Cincinnati. Next up? A date Thursday with Louisville.
To measure the unpredictability of this year’s NCAA Tournament, consider two items that didn’t make this column: Gonzaga, a 32-win team on a 15-game win streak, didn’t survive the first weekend, and Harvard, a 14 seed, won its first ever Tournament game.
Florida Gulf Coast head coach Andy Enfield has won at life. There isn’t much more to say than that.
Some people may have heard of the school that’s suddenly generating a bit of March Madness buzz: Harvard. Yep, Harvard.
Can the Crimson go the NCAA Tournament for the second time in as many seasons? Absolutely. Can they finally win a game at Jadwin Gym? That’s to be determined.
Bob McKillop and experience is one deadly combination. The Wildcats’ veteran coach returns everyone of significance from last year’s team that reached the NCAA Tournament and lost to Louisville.
The Bruins’ tilt with Georgetown in the Legends Classic was highly anticipated to begin with, but now the expectations are going to go right through the roof.
The names were announced Sunday. They include Jennifer Bright, a senior at Yale University, and Aidan Daly, a senior at Harvard University.
Early season tournaments will headline this weekend in college hoops but we’ve identified five under the radar games to keep an eye on.
Forget Romney’s taxes that will simply confirm his wealthy. Let’s see Obama’s college transcripts and find out what is necessary for him to hide.
Two prestigious universities will offer free online course this fall.