Monthly Archives: March 2011

NCAA.com: Women’s Basketball

Feature story on DePaul women’s basketball as the Blue Demons advance to the Sweet 16. For the first time since she graduated in 2008, DePaul junior Keisha Hampton will be within a stone’s throw of Engineering & Science High School … Continue reading

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NCAA.com: Men’s Swimming & Diving

Feature story on Florida’s Conor Dwyer, one of the nation’s top sprinters. Eighteen months ago, most people had never heard of Florida swimmer Conor Dwyer. Dwyer completed his freshman and sophomore years at Iowa posting NCAA “B” standard times and … Continue reading

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NCAA.com: Women’s Basketball

Feature story on UCLA’s women’s basketball program at the conclusion of one of their best regular seasons in history. Five UCLA teams call Pauley Pavilion ‘home.’ Of UCLA’s nation-leading 106 NCAA team championships, 29 were earned by those five programs. … Continue reading

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NCAA.com: Women’s Swimming & Diving

Feature story on Virginia senior Claire Crippen. Her older sister, Maddy, was a 2000 U.S. Olympian, and her older brother, Fran, died during an open-water competitive swimming event in October, 2010. The youngest Crippen sibling, Teresa, swims at Florida. A … Continue reading

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NCAA.com: Men’s Swimming & Diving

Feature story on the UC San Diego Tritons and the transfer student-athletes that would help propel UCSD to a second-place finish at the NCAA Division II Men’s Swimming & Diving Championship. Second chances can lead to amazing things. UC San … Continue reading

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NCAA.com: Men’s & Women’s Swimming & Diving

Feature story on Stanford diving coach Rick Schavone. What happens when a New England native heads west to study for his PhD? In the case of Stanford men’s and women’s diving coach Dr. Rick Schavone, a PhD in sports psychology … Continue reading

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NCAA.com: Women’s Basketball

Feature story on Chris and Mady Gobrecht, a mother-daughter coach-player combo at Yale preparing for Mady’s senior night. Chris Gobrecht is in her 31st year as a head coach and sixth season as the head women’s basketball coach at Yale. … Continue reading

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