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WOMEN'S BASKETBALL

Paige Bueckers and Geno Auriemma both announce they will spend at least one more year at UConn

Bueckers told the Gampel Pavilion crowd at senior night ceremonies her decision following an 85-44 win over Georgetown on Friday, and then her coach followed by ending any speculation that he might retire at season’s end.

COLLEGES

Caitlin Clark breaks NCAA women’s basketball scoring record

The superstar guard needed just three shots for the 8 points she needed to claim Kelsey Plum's record, breaking it as she promised she would — a 3-pointer next to the Iowa logo at center court.

COLLEGES

Fairleigh Dickinson men’s basketball has game delayed when players get stuck in an elevator

FDU’s game at Long Island University was delayed roughly 15 minutes when several of the Knights got stuck coming from the locker room to the court.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Andrew Aurich takes over Harvard football with plenty of excitement, and plenty of challenges

Aurich is facing the prospect of massive shoes to fill — and a rocky start with the reaction to his appointment — in his first job as a head coach.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Bill O’Brien says taking the BC football job is something he ‘always dreamed about’

The new head coach, who has extensive ties to the area, was formally introduced by the college Thursday.

women's college hockey notebook

Senior defender Raice Szott epitomizes the community work of Merrimack women’s hockey

On a team dedicated to youth and charitable causes, Szott is a finalist for the Hockey Humanitarian Award.

men's college hockey notebook

With men’s Hockey East teams battling for position, three weekend series will be crucial

BC-UMass, BU-Providence, and Maine-UNH are the marquee matchups as the season approaches the homestretch.

tara sullivan

Iowa’s Caitlin Clark is now the NCAA’s female scoring leader. Don’t miss whatever is next.

The star guard broke the NCAA women's all-time scoring record on Thursday night, and she shows no signs of slowing with more history on the horizon.