MICHIGAN STATE 76, LOUISVILLE 70

Michigan State beats Louisville in OT to reach Final Four

Michigan State's Travis Trice looks up after the regional final against Louisville in the NCAA men's college basketball tournament Sunday, March 29, 2015, in Syracuse, N.Y. Michigan State won 76-70. (AP Photo/Nick Lisi)

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The seventh-seeded Spartans (27-11) are back in the national semifinals for the first time since 2010.

DUKE 66, GONZAGA 52

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It is the Blue Devils’ 12th Final Four appearance under coach Mike Krzyzewski.

KENTUCKY 68, NOTRE DAME 66

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Andrew Harrison made two free throws with six seconds remaining to advace the Wildcats.

WISCONSIN 85, ARIZONA 78

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Frank Kaminsky scored 29 points as top-seeded Wisconsin beat No. 2 seed Arizona, 85-78, to win the West Regional title.

Nebraska-Omaha 4, Harvard 1

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The No. 3 seeded Crimson allow two first-period goals and never recovered, finishing with a 21-13-3 record

Providence players celebrate a third-period goal during their East Regional win over Miami. (AP Photo/Gretchen Ertl)

NCAA Roundup: Providence overpowers Miami

Friars score four goals in second period to beat Red Hawks and advance to East final.

Notre Dame celebrates after defeating Baylor 77-68 in a regional final in the NCAA women's college basketball tournament, Sunday, March 29, 2015, in Oklahoma City. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)

NCAA WOMEN’S ROUNDUP

Notre Dame women roll into NCAA Final Four

Lindsay Allen scored 23 points to help top-seeded Notre Dame reach its fifth consecutive Final Four.

NCAA FROZEN FOUR

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The Frozen Four field is all set, and it has a distinct New England flavor.

Noel Acciari rejoiced after Tom Parisi scored the eventual winner for Providence.

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PROVIDENCE 4, DENVER 1

Providence hockey uses late barrage to reach Frozen Four

The Friars scored three goals in the final 5:01 to beat Denver, 4-1, and reach the Frozen Four.

KEVIN PAUL DUPONT | ON COLLEGE HOCKEY

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The Friars last made it to college hockey’s biggest dance in 1985, when Chris Terreri was the their star goalie.

NEBRASKA-OMAHA 4, RIT 0

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Ryan Massa made 40 saves and Nebraska-Omaha beat RIT, 4-0, to advance to its first Frozen Four.

BU 3, Minnesota-Duluth 2

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Evan Rodrigues scored with 2 minutes, 24 seconds remaining in regulation to lift the Terriers over the Bobcats.

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Geno Auriemma became the second coach to achieve 100 victories in the NCAA Tournament.

John Powers | On College Hockey

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BU has charged back from a lost season to regain a spot in the Frozen Four.

Denver 5, Boston College 2

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Denver put the Eagles on the defensive, it seemed, from the opening faceoff.

BC football wraps up spring practices

The Eagles practiced earlier rather than hosting a spring game in April like most of their Atlantic Coast Conference counterparts.

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