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NCAA MEN'S BASKETBALL | MIAMI 88, TEXAS 81
Miami battles back in second half to overtake Texas for final berth in the men’s Final Four
The Hurricanes made it into the national semifinals, where they will play UConn, for the first time after erasing a 13-point deficit.
NCAA MEN'S BASKETBALL | SAN DIEGO STATE 57, CREIGHTON 56
Darrion Trammell sends San Diego State into men’s Final Four on free throw with 1.2 seconds left
The Aztecs, the first Mountain West Conference team to reach the national semifinals, survived Creighton and will play Florida Atlantic next.
NCAA MEN'S FINAL FOUR
UConn’s Dan Hurley takes family coaching success to a new level with Final Four berth
With a brother coaching Arizona State and a father who led St. Anthony's to 26 New Jersey titles, coaching courses through Dan Hurley's veins.
NCAA MEN'S BASKETBALL | CONNECTICUT 82, GONZAGA 54
Men’s Final Four includes UConn for first time since 2014 after its blitz of Gonzaga in West Region final
Jordan Hawkins's 20 points paced the Huskies, whose four tourney wins have come by an average of 22.5 points.
NCAA MEN'S BASKETBALL | FLORIDA ATLANTIC 79, KANSAS STATE 76
Ninth-seeded Florida Atlantic advances to its first men’s Final Four by knocking off Kansas State
Alijah Martin scored 17 points, including a huge 3-pointer late, and Vlad Goldin had 14 points and 13 rebounds for the Owls.
NCAA women's basketball notebook
Third-seeded Ohio State women halts UConn’s streak of 14 consecutive Final Four appearances in Sweet 16 triumph in Seattle
The Buckeyes (28-7) earned their first Elite Eight berth since 1993 after they forced the second-seeded Huskies (31-6) to commit 25 turnovers in a 73-61 triumph.
NCAA Regional Final
BU men’s hockey headed to Frozen Four after edging Cornell in NCAA regional final
Neither team was able to muster much offense through the first 40 minutes, with BU holding a 13-11 edge in shots.
NCAA WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: Maryland 76, Notre Dame 59
Diamond Miller sparkles as Maryland reaches Elite Eight for first time in eight years
Miller scored 14 of her 18 points in the second half as Maryland (28-6) used a third-quarter burst to put away the third-seeded Fighting Irish (27-6).