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    Atlantic Coast Conference At Barclays Center Brooklyn, N.Y. First Round Boston College 66, Pittsburgh 46 Clemson 70, NC State 64 Louisville 84, Georgia Tech 74 Atlantic Sun Conference Championship Bellarmine 77, Jacksonville 72 Big West Conference At Dollar Loan Center Henderson, Nev. First Round CS Bakersfield 58, CS Northridge 45 UC Davis 63, Cal Poly 53 Colonial Athletic Conference Championship Delaware 59, UNC-Wilmington 55 Conference USA At The Ford Center Frisco, Texas First Round Marshall 74, FIU 62 Southern Miss. 67, UTSA 64 Horizon League Conference Championship Wright St. 72, N. Kentucky 71 Metro Atlantic Conference At Jim Whelan Boardwalk Hall Atlantic City, N.J. First Round Rider 79, Manhattan 67 Fairfield 72, Canisius 50 Quinnipiac 77, Marist 52 Northeast Conference...
    America East Conference At Higher Seeds School Semifinals Maine 72, NJIT 48 Albany 67, Vermont 54 American Athletic Conference At Dickies Arena Fort Worth, Texas Quarterfinals UCF 69, Tulsa 54 SMU 63, Temple 55 South Florida 63, Memphis 53 Houston 65, Tulane 57 Big Sky Conference Quarterfinals N. Colorado 72, Idaho St. 54 N. Arizona 75, Montana 57 Montana St. 81, Weber St. 60 Idaho 77, S. Utah 64 Big West Conference At Dollar Loan Center Henderson, Nev. First Round CS Bakersfield 63, CS Northridge 62, OT CS Fullerton 70, Cal Poly 64 Conference USA At Ford Center Frisco, Texas First Round UTSA 58, UTEP 57,OT FIU 68, FAU 60 Horizon League Conference Championship Tuesday, March 8 IUPUI 61, Cleveland St. 54 Metro Atlantic Conference ...
    TUESDAY College Men’s Basketball 11 a.m. ACC Tournament First Round ACC 1:30 p.m. ACC Tournament First Round ACC 2 p.m. A-Sun Tournament Championship ESPN2 4 p.m. ACC Tournament First Round ACC 4 p.m. CAA Tournament Championship CBSSN 4 p.m. Horizon League Tournament Championship ESPN 4 p.m. NEC Tournament Championship ESPN2 6 p.m. WCC Tournament Championship ESPN 6 p.m. Summit League Tournament Championship ESPN2 College Women’s Basketball 9 a.m. Horizon League Tournament Women’s Championship ESPNU 11 a.m. Summit League Tournament Women’s Championship ESPNU 1 p.m. WCC Tournament Women’s Championship ESPNU Horse Racing 2:30 a.m. Race Night TVG NBA 4:30 p.m.     Pelicans at Grizzlies TNT 7 p.m. Clippers at Warriors NBCSN-BA  TNT Soccer 11:50 a.m. CONCACAF U-20 Championship Women’s FS2 Noon UEFA Champions League Round of 16 Leg 2 Internazionale vs. Liverpool CBS 2:50 p.m. CONCACAF U-20 Championship Women’s FS2 Tennis 7:30 p.m. Tie Break Tens TENNIS WEDNESDAY College Baseball 1 p.m. NCAA Softball Women’s UNC – Charlotte at Duke ACC 3 p.m. NCAA George Mason vs. Wake Forest ACC College Men’s Basketball 9 a.m. ACC Tournament Second Round ESPN...
    Transgender college swimmer Lia Thomas will be eligible to compete in the Ivy League conference championships despite a recent NCAA rule change, officials have confirmed. Thomas, a University of Pennsylvania senior, will be able to compete in the conference finals scheduled for February 16 to 19 at Harvard University, an Ivy League official told Swimming World Magazine.  Recent rule changes from the NCAA and USA Swimming have thrown Thomas' ability to compete in the NCAA Championships into doubt, but the Ivy League confirmed that for this season, the new rules do not apply to any meets prior to the NCAA tournament. 'The recent rule changes do not impact Lia's eligibility for this month's Ivy League Women's Swimming & Diving Championships as the effective date for this unprecedented midseason NCAA policy change begins with the 2022 NCAA Winter Championships,' an Ivy League spokesperson told Swimming World. Transgender college swimmer Lia Thomas will be eligible to compete in the Ivy League conference championships despite a recent NCAA rule change Thomas (right), a University of Pennsylvania senior, will be able to compete in the conference...
    Kelly says season one cast thought American Idol was kind of a joke What is a mortgagor vs. mortgagee? The Sacramento Kings have won the 2021 Summer League championship by defeating the Boston Celtics, 100-67, on Tuesday. The win marks the second time the Kings have won Summer League, as they did so in 2014 as well. Summer League adopted its current tournament format in 2013, and the Kings became the first team to win that tournament multiple times with their victory Tuesday. They posted an undefeated 5-0 record in Las Vegas.  © Provided by CBS Sports Louis King was named the MVP of the championship game after putting up 21 points and five steals against Boston. Kyle Kuzma and Brandon Clarke have notably won that award in recent seasons, but King still has a lot of work to do to prove himself in the NBA. He went undrafted in 2019 out of Oregon and has spent the past two seasons in the G League. He signed a two-way deal with the Kings in May, though, and this strong...
    GARY, Ind. (WLS) -- There was a proper send-off Wednesday for two youth sports teams that are bringing a whole lot of hope to Gary, Indiana.The last Little League left in Gary, Indiana is sending two teams to the state tournament this weekend: a senior all-star baseball team of 14 to 16-year-olds & a softball team, too. A win in this tournament would send the boys off to the Little League World Series."Our boys are excited, the parents are excited," said Yolanda Williams, parent of Jaden Williams #7. "This is a historical event for us and we are just ready to go represent Gary, Indiana."There were some hurdles to get to this point. The teams needed help with travel expenses to make it to the tournament. So, the community pitched in, donating nearly $10,000.RELATED | Gary rallies around Little League team to help send them to state championship "For the city of Gary, it means yet another example of showing the character of the individuals that live here," Mayor Jerome Prince said. "These kids worked really, really hard.""It's a really...
    GARY, Ind. (WLS) -- Gary's Little League team has earned a spot in the state championships next week. But the team needed some help getting there, and people in the community stepped up.We've often seen how sports can lift up different communities all across the nation. The Calumet Region Senior All-Star Team is now bringing that same joy to the city of Gary, and people and businesses in the community are pitching in to help make those kids' dreams come true.The Little League team is just one baseball tournament away from the Little League World Series."We practice every day," said Coach Ermon Hill. "And they want to practice every day, so it's very exciting."The team will hit the field next week in the state tournament, with a World Series berth on the line for the 14 to 16-year-olds. But the last Little League left in Gary needed some help to send the team to that tournament, so the community stepped up with donations."It means a lot for the kids, but not only for the kids, it means a lot for...
    Celebrity relatives whove been nominated for Grammys Who Wont Get a Third Stimulus Check (Not Everyone is Eligible!) Selection Sunday for the NCAA Tournament tips off with the Patriot League Tournament championship game between ninth-seeded Loyola (Md.) and No. 2 seed Colgate, with the winner landing an automatic bid to the Big Dance. The Greyhounds (6-10) have never won this tournament and they would certainly be one of the biggest surprise teams in the NCAA Tournament should they pull the major upset. Meanwhile, the Raiders (13-1) have been good enough this season to potentially earn an at-large bid even with a loss. These two teams did not meet in the regular season. © Provided by CBS Sports Mar 20, 2019; Salt Lake City, UT, USA; General overall view of a basketball approaching the rim and net before the first round of the 2019 NCAA Tournament at Vivint Smart Home Arena. Tipoff is scheduled for noon ET from Cotterell Court in Hamilton, N.Y., and will be televised on CBS Sports Network. The Raiders are 9.5-point favorites in the latest Loyola...
    Jury selection begins in Derek Chauvins trial in the death of George Floyd. Heres what to expect Anti-filibuster liberals face a Senate math problem Hello, and Happy Tuesday! I come to you today with a personal question, as I woke up this morning and faced a bit of crisis. Well, actually, I woke up this morning, showered and did all the standard morning stuff before walking the dog, and then when I got home, I went on the internet for the first time, and that's when I had the crisis. © Provided by CBS Sports That's when I learned that Kansas had fired Les Miles on Monday night. Or, excuse me, Kansas and Les Miles mutually agreed to part ways. The crisis has nothing to do with Miles or Kansas, but the fact that Kansas waited until roughly 11 p.m. ET to dump the news, and I was already in bed when it happened. In the Central time zone. What I need to know is, how washed is somebody who was asleep before 10 p.m. on a Monday? I...
    The Atlantic 10 Conference is continuing its proactive approach to dealing with its postseason men’s basketball championship by moving the bulk of the tournament to March 3-6 at multiple sites in Richmond, Va., essentially flipping the dates of the men’s and women’s tournaments to help mitigate concerns about COVID-19 disruptions running into their respective national championships. A source close to the league told Sporting News the A-10 men’s championship now will begin on a Wednesday that previously had been held open for possible rescheduling of games lost to COVID disruptions. The semifinals will be staged that Saturday. MORE: Team ‘opt-outs’ could have impact beyond 2021 Games will be played at VCU’s Siegel Center and the Robins Center, where the University of Richmond plays. The league previously had announced it was moving the men’s tournament to those two venues from Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, allowing there to be less intersection between the competing schools. The two semifinal winners will advance to the championship game on Selection Sunday, March 14, enabling the A-10 to keep its television obligation to CBS that afternoon intact....
    Riot Games has released a series of animated shorts to hype up the upcoming League of Legends World Championship tournament, including one that could be really helpful if you’ve been interested in watching competitive League. League of Legends is one of the most popular esports in the world, but the game itself can be difficult to understand if you’re a first-time viewer. I’ve been watching matches for years and still only have a basic understanding of the deeper mechanics of the game. But I think Riot did a great job explaining everything you need to know to watch a match in the animated short embedded at the top of this post, and I recommend checking it out. Riot released a short in the same animated universe giving a brief overview of the upcoming tournament (which is more colloquially known as Worlds): And Riot also released a short that’s just a hype music video, featuring nods to recognizable League iconography and an animated representation of the game’s most famous player, Faker: Worlds begins on September 25th and runs through...
    For the first time in its three-year history, there won’t be an arena full of screaming fans to go along with the Overwatch League’s Grand Finals. As the league has shifted online for 2020 due to the ongoing pandemic, it has had to reimagine what its championship tournament will look like. And today Blizzard provided some details on the upcoming playoff format. Essentially, at the conclusion of the regular season, all of the 20 teams will face off in a playoff-style tournament kicking off on September 3rd, with seeding based on how they performed during the year. The format will be similar to the tournament structure the league adopted midway through 2020, with two competitions: one for teams based in Asia and another for North America. The top two teams from each of those tournaments will then face off in a double-elimination competition, culminating in the championship match. (You can check out full details of the schedule on the league’s website.) Blizzard says the top two North American teams will fly to an unspecified location in Asia before the finals,...
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