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The Bears’ stifling defense powered them to an 86–70 victory over Gonzaga, which was one win away from being the first undefeated champion since 1976.
The Cardinal survived a game against in-conference rival Arizona and a season that left them without a home for nine weeks amid the pandemic.
The pandemic led to tough decisions for many college sports programs. Here is a look at how and why one of them, the Dixie State women’s basketball team, chose to stop playing.
Women’s college basketball has followed a similar competitive arc to the men’s game. But nearly 50 years after Title IX, it is still struggling for full acceptance in college sports.
The Wildcats dominated the top-seeded Huskies and advanced to their first appearance in the women’s final. They will meet Stanford on Sunday.
The Zags’ pursuit of an undefeated season has often come on the undercard during this N.C.A.A. men’s tournament. U.C.L.A. has emerged as an unexpected star.
The coronavirus pandemic means that some of the spirit of March Madness is notably missing from the self-contained tournament in Indiana.
Virginia Commonwealth was bounced from the men’s basketball tournament after what its coach described as “multiple positive tests.”
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