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Gonzaga shocks Stanford, grabs spot in Sweet 16

Gonzaga, behind the sniper-like shooting of its backcourt players and the inspired play of its undersized front line, battled through some early foul problems to solidify its standing as one …

Vols Make It Perfectly Clear Unbeaten Tennessee Whips Louisiana Tech To Claim Third Straight Ncaa Women’s Title

Pat Summitt comes to grips with a third straight title. Photo by Associated Press

Pac-10 Steals Thunder From Acc

Arizona coach Lute Olson, center, gathers the Wildcats during practice for today’s game against Maryland. Photo by Associated Press

Stanford Will Be Missed Cardinal’s Ncaa Ouster May Take Bite Out Of West Regional Attendance

The second-most disappointed Bay Area university in the wake of the stunning upset of Stanford’s women’s basketball team Saturday is Cal. Cal is the host school for this weekend’s NCAA …

Arizona Visits An Old Kentucky Home Tar Heels Take 66-58 Tumble As Bibby Lifts Wildcats Into Final

Arizon’s Mike Simon celebrates his team’s 66-58 win over North Carolina. Photo by Associated Press

Penicheiro, Jolly Keep Foes On Guard

The flair of Ticha Penicheiro has sparked Old Dominion’s fire all season. Photo by Associated Press

Kentucky, Final Four Reunited

Tony Delk and Walter McCarthy are headed to the Final Four. Photo by Associated Press

Umass Thumps Hoyas

Top-ranked Massachusetts wasn’t in the mood to cut down the nets Saturday night. Sure, the Minutemen are excited about their first trip to the Final Four, but that’s not the …

Kansas Fends Off Arizona, Gets Syracuse In West Final

Paul Pierce splits the Arizona defense as Kansas rolls on to the Elite Eight. Photo by Associated Press

No Miss In Mississippi St. Hot-Shooting Bulldogs Upset Uconn, 60-55

Dontae’ Jones, left, and Marcus Bullard celebrate MSU’s victory over top-seeded Connecticut. Photo by Associated Press

Massachusetts-Georgetown Matchup A Classic

Massachusetts vs. Georgetown is the kind of matchup Minutemen coach John Calipari loves. Two talented teams duking it out, each with star players capable of taking over a game, and …

Kansas Tames Nash, Stuffs Santa Clara

To fully appreciate the dominance of Kansas point guard Jacque Vaughn in Sunday’s 76-51 win over Santa Clara, don’t bother looking at his line in the box score. Look instead …

Lobos Aw-Struck By Hoyas’ Switch

Boubacar Aw politely listened to John Thompson’s halftime speech, and then made one of his own. With Georgetown down by three points at the half, Thompson, the Hoyas’ coach, lectured …

Marbury’s Pro-Active In Georgia Tech’s Win

A few more games like this might make it much harder for Stephon Marbury to turn down the NBA. Marbury, the nation’s most heralded freshman, could not be stopped Sunday, …

Louisville Leaves Villanova, Kittles In Bits

Kerry Kittles couldn’t keep up with DeJuan Wheat, and Villanova’s season ended in disappointment for the second straight year. Wheat, held without a field goal in the first half, scored …

Drexel Rocks Memphis 75-63

West Region Bill Herrion doesn’t take offense when people with puzzled looks on their faces ask, “Drexel who?” “Heck, I didn’t know who Drexel was until I took the job,” …

Bradley’s One-Man Gang Can’t Overcome Stanford

Guy Whitney, Arkansas steamroll Dan Earl, Penn State. Photo by Associated Press

Princeton Upends Ucla

Southeast Region It seemed as if Pete Carril had spent his whole career setting up this last, great play. Thirty years of picks and screens and sideline grimaces led Thursday …

Iowa State Sends Golden Bears Back To Berkeley

Midwest Region Faced with foul problems and a surging opponent, Iowa State turned to a constant - defense. The Cyclones, who held opponents to 42 percent shooting on their way …